Evangeline Lilly is not interested in going back to ‘Lost,’ thankyouverymuch.

Evangeline Lilly is not interested in your Lost reboots.

“I feel like it’s just tainting something that’s precious,” she added. “I’ve said I don’t want to do things in the past and I’ve done them — you know, never say never — but sitting where I am today, my assumption is no.”

Of course, no one is currently making a Lost reboot, and Kate — who SPOILER ALERT FROM EIGHT YEARS AGO! is dead — probably would not even be involved, so it’s all rather a moot point and people should maybe stop asking the original cast about it already.

What you can expect in the fourth season of Better Call Saul: more Omaha, more existential dread.

Sophie Turner on the end of Game of Thrones:

“People have come up with so many fan theories about how it’s going to end, and who will end up where, and who will end up with who,” she contemplates. “It really is so unpredictable the way that it ends up. I’m very satisfied with that, and I think that the fans will be satisfied with that, too. Well, we hope. We’ll see!”

BBC is coming for you, Doctor Who Spoiler, whoever you are.

Kay Cannon, a 30 Rock producer (among other accolades), wishes there were more shows like Fleabag. WE ALL DO, KAY. WE ALL DO.

Netflix is more popular than broadcast TV now. So obviously they are scheming to charge you more.

Here’s an argument that GLOW is the ideal Netflix show — and as someone who binged season two this weekend without even realizing it, I am not in a position to disagree.

Please don’t be weird about Jeffrey Dean Morgan, y’all.

Lee Daniels would like to take credit for Cardi B.’s career, please.

Katharine McPhee is going to marry David Foster, gross.


Yvette Nicole Brown is taking over The Walking Dead Comic-Con panel but would like you to know that she is not jockeying to steal Chris Hardwick’s job, just filling in for a friend.

Scotland Yard is investigating three more sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey. Guy Pearce recently called him “handsy” in an interview.

Dr. Andrew Ordon of The Doctors is being sued for unwanted breast implants, and I have many questions.

More women are coming forward about that Proposal contestant. He seems like a treat.

David Cross is a 54-year-old man and yet people hold his 35-year-old wife responsible for his actions because this is the world we live in. But don’t worry, y’all, Amber Tamblyn’s got this. (And please stop sending them death threats, thanks.)

Wow, this season’s cast of Big Brother really sounds like a collection of monsters.

BBC is reducing their gender pay gap which is a good thing unless you’re Terry Gilliam who can fuck right the fuck off.

Andy Dick once groped Ivanka Trump because of course he did, I’m pretty sure I’ve been groped by Andy Dick.

GLOW‘s #MeToo episode is so good, you guys. The whole season is.



In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendars

  • Happy Independence Day from House of Cards. The Netflix series returns in the fall.


Denis Akiyama, Actor and voice actor

Derrick O’Connor, Actor

Robby Müller, Cinematographer (mostly worked on films, notably Jim Jarmusch’s, Wim Wenders and on the classic Repo Man)

Claude Lanzmann, Documentary director


Speed: DON’T SLOW DOWN. 6 p.m., Cinemax

Being John Malkovich: Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich. 9 p.m., HBO Signature

Grosse Point Blank: This movie takes place at a ten-year high school reunion. It came out mover than twenty years ago. 7:10 p.m., More Max

THURS 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Gong Show
Match Game
Take Two
CBS The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory
Big Brother
CW Supernatural
Black Lightning
FOX The Four


NBC Little Big Shots
Law & Order: SVU

3 thoughts on “Evangeline Lilly is not interested in going back to ‘Lost,’ thankyouverymuch.

  1. Due to the rainy weather and being super lazy, we watched the whole second season of GLOW yesterday and it was phenomenal. Super well written and acted.

    1. It’s so fun and delightful — and so easily digestible. You end up watching five episodes without even realizing it. And how about that show-within-a-show episode? (Which was exactly what the actual series was like.) And the one with Welfare Queen? UGH. SO GOOD. I want to watch it all again already.


      1. There were so many great moments! The kids reaction when the dude asks his mom if she’s Welfare Queen. All of the Justine stuff. The #MeToo episode and how each person reacted to that situation. The show-within-a-show episode was amazing – I want to see the actual footage!!

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