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Emmys flashback 10 years ago: Jimmy Fallon channels Bruce Springsteen, ‘Modern Family’ beats ‘Glee’

Emmys flashback 10 years ago: Jimmy Fallon channels Bruce Springsteen, ‘Modern Family’ beats ‘Glee’
Can you believe it’s been 10 years since Jimmy Fallon hosted the Emmy Awards? Four years before he’d go on to inherit “The Tonight Show” from Jay Leno, this ex-“Saturday Night Live” actor had been sitting at the “Late Night” desk for a little over a year when NBC tapped him to host TV’s biggest night on August 29, 2010. Fallon’s Emmy opening number is one of the best in recent memory, as he gathered several A-listers for an infectious and cheer-inducing performance of Bruce Springsteen‘s “Born to Run.” Watch the Emmys flashback video below from the 62nd ceremony.

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Wearing a simple white T-shirt and blue jeans, Fallon intercepted four of the hottest stars in entertainment (at the time) outside the Nokia Theatre: “Glee” actors Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley. The kids were seemingly inhabiting their comedy-musical counterparts,
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Is Watchmen Showrunner Damon Lindelof Ready to Make a Superman Movie?

Is Watchmen Showrunner Damon Lindelof Ready to Make a Superman Movie?
Now that Henry Cavill is said to be returning to the Dceu as the Man of Steel, fans have started making hopeful predictions for a new Superman movie. Damon Lindelof, who co-created Lost and put his own spin on Watchmen as a TV show is at the top of the list for many fans for helming the new film. Lindelof addressed the demand in a recent interview.

"It's immensely flattering to even be considered for ... I think that obviously he's up there with Batman and the two kind of the big two. It's incredibly daunting. I think the challenge with Superman is always going to be what does Superman mean in the contemporary framework? For a character, for a culture that's basically moved into this sphere of antiheroes, how do you make space for Superman who is sort of the original superhero?"

In the past, Lindelof's longtime collaborator J.J. Abrams
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Lost: The 10 Saddest Backstories, Ranked

Lost: The 10 Saddest Backstories, Ranked
There were many timelines to keep up with on Lost. There was the actual crash onto the island. There were backstories for each of the main characters, ranging from their childhoods to the moments before they stepped onto Flight 815. And then there was traveling through time, to add even more confusion, drama, and interest!

Related: Lost: The 10 Most Heartbreaking Deaths, Ranked

The histories of the main characters helped people understand them better and added a layer of depth to the story. Most of the past was also filled with struggles and pain. That being said, this is a ranking of the 10 saddest backstories from Lost.
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10 Films For Fans Of Lost To Watch

10 Films For Fans Of Lost To Watch
Lost was a dramatic show that combined a disaster story, science fiction, time travel, and more, in order to create a thrilling story that went on for years. And though it has been off the air for some time, fans can still enjoy its themes by watching other similar television series and films.

Related: 15 Twisted Thrillers To Watch If You Like Shutter Island

This list below is made up of 10 different films that should all appeal to fans of Lost. They come from an array of genres and time periods, but they all have plots that are similarly unique and super entertaining.  
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Lost: 10 Tattoos Inspired By The Series

Lost: 10 Tattoos Inspired By The Series
When the television series Lost was on the air, it built up quite the fan base. From the thrilling pilot episode that featured the crash onto the mysterious island to the drama surrounding polar bears, a smoke monster, and The Others, this story resonated with and appealed to so many viewers.

Related: Lost: 10 Funniest Sawyer Quotes Ever, Ranked

In fact, some loved it so much that they got ink permanently put onto their bodies, in order to celebrate the show! Yes, there are fans with Lost-inspired tattoos out there, including the 10 down below, which are wonderful and creative ways to remember and honor a one-of-a-kind story.
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‘Killing Eve’ launches virtual travel hub, entering contention for a new Emmy

‘Killing Eve’ launches virtual travel hub, entering contention for a new Emmy
Killing Eve” has launched a tie-in website to comfort quarantined fans as the third season finishes its run and the wait for the fourth season begins. A culture portal called Travel Vilain — French for “naughty” and an ode to Villanelle — encourages users to #StaySafeStayCurious by traveling virtually to key locations from the show. London, Moscow, Paris and Rome are available at launch, with Amsterdam and Barcelona to be added later. The page for each destination includes clips from the show in that city, as well as tourism insights through a partnership by “Killing Eve” network BBC America with online travel publication Culture Trip. Blog items about the characters played by core cast members Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, Fiona Shaw and Kim Bodnia feature rundowns about how various cities resonate for these characters, complemented by episodic stills and original illustrations (see above). Interviews, quizzes and other “Killing Eve” content also feature on Culture Trip.
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American Horror Story Season 10 Clue: Mermaids?!

American Horror Story Season 10 Clue: Mermaids?!
Where's the beach?

That's a question many people have probably been asking amid the coronavirus lockdown, but it takes on a different meaning in the latest clue for American Horror Story Season 10.

Series franchise overlord Ryan Murphy took to Instagram Wednesday to drop a new clue for eager fans following the news that the tenth season has been delayed, and it's a real beach.

Take a look for yourself below.

It's a beautiful beach, that's for sure.

But knowing this franchise, some scary stuff goes on when the sun goes down. I'm thinking lots of death, hands appearing from the ocean, and other occult things.

Now, you may be wondering where I'm getting the whole mermaid angle from, so allow me to re-introduce the Ahs 10 teaser poster.

That's totally hands emerging to a beach from the water, in case you were wondering.

Following mermaids, especially killer mermaids, would make for
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Lost: 5 Reasons The Pilot Is Perfect (& 5 Ways Its Not)

Lost: 5 Reasons The Pilot Is Perfect (& 5 Ways Its Not)
While Lost became one of the biggest TV series of the 2000s, its massive success would have never become a reality without a strong pilot.

The opening episode aired on Sept 22, 2004. While the series told of a group of travelers whose plane crashes on a mysterious island while on a flight between Sydney and Los Angeles, the pilot has the gang figuring out how to get help.

Related: Lost: 5 Things That Make No Sense About Juliet & Jack (& 5 About Juliet & Sawyer)

The opening episodes are nearly perfect and have become highly regarded for multiple reasons. But some details could have been improved upon...
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Dark Season 3 Release Date Revealed with Teaser Trailer

Dark Season 3 Release Date Revealed with Teaser Trailer
The final mystifying chronological loop of Netflix’s Dark is quickly approaching, evidenced by the streamer’s official reveal of the release date for the German sci-fi series.

Netflix has chosen the date of Saturday, June 27 to debut Dark’s third and final season. While the streaming giant doesn’t make a habit of Saturday premieres (it typically uses Fridays), this particular date was poetically apropos, since June 27 is the date on which the plot-driven apocalypse of the series is to take place. Indeed, the haunting time-travel driven show has manifested a chronological loop, one that seems destined to be altered and/or outright destroyed.

With an apocalypse scenario in mind, you can check out a brand-new preview for Dark Season 3 in the date-announcing teaser trailer just below.

As you can see in the clip, the ordeal of the time-trapped Jonas (Louis Hofmann)—and those close to him like love
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‘Lost’ Showrunners Reflect on the Finale 10 Years Later: “We Got the Chance to Tell Our Story”

‘Lost’ Showrunners Reflect on the Finale 10 Years Later: “We Got the Chance to Tell Our Story”
To say that the Lost finale was divisive is an understatement, but the fact that we’re still even talking about the ending of a network TV show 10 years later—when the landscape of television has so radically changed in that time—is a testament to the legacy of the series. And in the wake of the finale’s tenth anniversary, co-creator and showrunner Damon Lindelof and co-showrunner Carlton Cuse are reflecting on the journey, warts and all. When Lost first premiered, its allure was largely twofold: it had fascinating characters about whom you wanted to learn …
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Lost a Decade Later: How Television Consumption Has Changed

Lost a Decade Later: How Television Consumption Has Changed
Lost aired its final episode ten years ago. I remember watching it live, in the dark, with my sister and my best bud next to me on the couch.

When the show finally came to a close, there was about a minute of silence. We would each come to our own feelings on the finale, but what sat with me the most in those immediate moments was that Lost was, well, over.

Television was different back then.

Lost was with me throughout my teen years, ending its run mere days after my high school graduation. Due to how the show aired, it was a near-constant part of my life.

Mostly airing between September and May, the show aligned perfectly with the school year. One night a week was dedicated to watching Lost, but that was merely the launch point.

For my friends and I, the day before airing was dedicated
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Everything We Know So Far About Deep Blue Sea 3

Everything We Know So Far About Deep Blue Sea 3
We have a lot of love for 1999’s Deep Blue Sea, from Samuel L. Jackson’s performance to the somewhat bonkers plot. A direct-to-video sequel came out in 2018 and while it wasn’t particularly well received, a third entry in the series is now reportedly planned for Netflix.

We’ve known since last year that Deep Blue 3 is in development, and more recently that the sequel will be rated R and may be out this summer. It’s worth, then, taking a look at everything we know right now about Deep Blue Sea 3, from the plot to the cast.

First off, IMDb are listing a release date of July 28th, 2020, and as previously mentioned, the MPAA have granted the movie an R-rating. The latter certificate means that we should be getting plenty of genetically-enhanced shark gore, one of the strengths of the original 1990s film. If Deep Blue Sea 3
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5 Plot Twists That Hurt Lost (& 5 That Saved It)

5 Plot Twists That Hurt Lost (& 5 That Saved It)
A fantasy phenomenon of the early oughts, Lost had a polarizing effect. Fans either loved it or hated it, especially when it came to certain plot points. The show was infamous for its innovative and, at times, despised plot twists. But these plot points made the show for what it was—historical and exemplary.

Lost could inspire great affection and even greater distaste. In the end, the show will be remembered for both aspects. And, with that, here are five reasons it sewed discontent, along with five reasons that it remains one of the best television shows of all time to this day.
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The Lost Series Finale, 10 Years Later: The Highs, the Lows, and the Closing Credits That Caused a Commotion

The Lost Series Finale, 10 Years Later: The Highs, the Lows, and the Closing Credits That Caused a Commotion
On May 23, 2010, ABC’s Lost ended its six-season run with a two-hour finale that drew nearly 14 million viewers and about as many critical think pieces. How does it hold up, a decade later?

Not one to ever really “binge-watch” full seasons of anything — The Job is better spent toggling between individual episodes of a variety of shows — this quarantine freed up the time I had been seeking to give Season 6 a full rewatch, in weekend chunks of four to six episodes. It admittedly got off to a rough start, because going into that final season premiere relatively cold invited confusion.
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Why I Can’t Shake ‘Lost’ After a Decade

Why I Can’t Shake ‘Lost’ After a Decade
Lost is one of my all-time favorite shows. Every night it aired from 2004 to 2010 was appointment viewing. But during that time, the way people looked at the hit ABC series didn't necessarily fit what the show was trying to do. Lost was two shows—a show about broken people growing and changing in extraordinary circumstances, and a show about mysteries that dated back decades and ultimately centuries. Caught between being a show about people and a show about mysteries, Lost could never really satisfy everyone, which especially became true in its final season as it introduced "…
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25 best ‘Lost’ episodes ranked, 10 years after the finale [Photos]

25 best ‘Lost’ episodes ranked, 10 years after the finale [Photos]
Having premiering on September 22, 2004, “Lost” ended its run on May 23, 2010. “Lost” was often imitated, but the industry’s move away from commercially-driven network oversight and toward creatively-autonomous shorter seasons makes it unlikely that there will be such an epic again, especially with its inception being a last-ditch risk by executives who being pushed out the door. 121 episodes aired on ABC; tour through our photo gallery of the 25 greatest that still hold up a decade later.

Co-creator and co-showrunner Damon Lindelof went on to make two of the most acclaimed and inventive shows of the next decade, with “The Leftovers” (28 episodes across three seasons) and “Watchmen” (a single season of nine episodes). Co-showrunner Carlton Cuse spawned a media empire as a prolific producer of successful shows like “Bates Motel” and “Jack Ryan.” Co-creator J.J. Abrams has rebooted film franchises like “Star Trek” and “Star Wars.”

Lost” was revolutionary in some ways
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We Have to Go Back to Uncover These 23 Secrets About Lost

We Have to Go Back to Uncover These 23 Secrets About Lost
There is a 108 percent chance you were screaming at your TV 10 years ago.  Why? Because that's when Lost's final episode aired, instantly becoming one of the most polarizing series finales of all-time.  After six seasons of questions, mysteries and backstories, the journey of the passengers on Oceanic Flight 815 came to an end, with J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse choosing not to answer many of the show's burning mysteries, much to some of the obsessed fans' chagrin. But for its six-season run, which began in 2004, Lost became appointment TV and was one of the highest rated shows, earning a loyal fanbase that spent hours online after each episode dissecting every clue....
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Lost: 10 Things That Make No Sense About The Finale

Lost: 10 Things That Make No Sense About The Finale
Lost quickly became an incredibly popular series that fans obsessed about. The story of survivors of a plane crash ending up on a mysterious island captured imaginations almost immediately. Endless theories about what was really going on flowed across the internet, most of which turned out to be untrue.

Related: Lost: 5 Things That Make No Sense About Juliet & Jack (& 5 About Juliet & Sawyer)

Unfortunately, the show didn't provide many concrete answers. The same fans who helped rocket Lost to the top of the ratings were incredibly unsatisfied with the final season, particularly the series finale. Few answers were provided, and the few that were didn't seem to make a lot of sense.
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Lost: 10 Hidden Details You Missed About Jack

Lost: 10 Hidden Details You Missed About Jack
In many ways, Jack Shephard was the face of Lost. From the moment he woke up in the jungle, ran out onto the beach, and began pulling passengers from the fiery plane wreckage, it became clear that Jack was a leader and a hero. As the show continued, Matthew Fox did an excellent job at portraying these admirable traits, while also demonstrating Jack's insecurities and how he felt vulnerable.

Related: Lost: The 10 Biggest Ways Sawyer Changed Throughout The Show

As Jack and the rest of the characters developed, the showrunners sneaked in many hidden details that made Jack's journey even more compelling. Some of these details related to Matthew Fox's life, along with literary references, unexpected connections to other characters, and hints of how Jack's story could've been drastically different.
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25 best ‘Lost’ episodes ranked, 10 years after the finale

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25 best ‘Lost’ episodes ranked, 10 years after the finale
Having premiering on September 22, 2004, “Lost” ended its run on May 23, 2010. “Lost” was often imitated, but the industry’s move away from commercially-driven network oversight and toward creatively-autonomous shorter seasons makes it unlikely that there will be such an epic again, especially with its inception being a last-ditch risk by executives who being pushed out the door. 121 episodes aired on ABC; tour through our 10th anniversary of the finale photo gallery of the 25 greatest that still hold up a decade later.

Co-creator and co-showrunner Damon Lindelof went on to make two of the most acclaimed and inventive shows of the next decade, with “The Leftovers” (28 episodes across three seasons) and “Watchmen” (a single season of nine episodes). Co-showrunner Carlton Cuse spawned a media empire as a prolific producer of successful shows like “Bates Motel” and “Jack Ryan.” Co-creator J.J. Abrams has rebooted film franchises like “Star Trek” and “Star Wars.”

Lost
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