Locke & Linus Team Up For New J.J. Abrams Show

NBC has confirmed it has picked up the rights for a new J.J. Abrams show—described as a comedic drama—starring Lost's Terry O'Quinn (Locke) and Michael Emerson (Linus) as ex-black-ops agents, with the working title Odd Jobs. » 9/23/10 4:44pm 9/23/10 4:44pm

Lindsay Lohan Enters Rehab In Attempt To Avoid Jail

Mary Kate Ashley In Plane Scare; Jonathan Rhys Meyers Hurls The N-Word

Ben Linus Teases Us About Tonight's Lost

In an interview with New York, Lost's Michael Emerson dishes about tonight's top-secret episode: "It's just a good reveal. The door creaks open a little bit further. We're going to think about things differently." What does that mean!? [NY Mag] » 4/06/10 11:40am 4/06/10 11:40am

Gaga Goes Fishing In Heels; Amy Winehouse Names Her Vagina

Feldman On Loss Of "My Brother Corey Haim"; Lily Allen To Star In…

John Mayer Can't Stop Apologizing; Growing Pains Co-Stars Remember…

Jimmy Kimmel Weighs In On Ben Linus' Beatdowns

We'd love to think that Jimmy Kimmel and/or his writers read Jezebel, because while interviewing Lost's Michael Emerson on his live show last night, he did a bit about all the times that Emerson's character Ben Linus gets beaten up. » 2/17/10 12:20pm 2/17/10 12:20pm

Questioning The Answers Of Lost Cast's Interviews

The second episode of the final season of Lost is airing tonight, and fans are eager to more answers to the show's big questions. Four separate interviews with Lost's stars were published today; we probed them for clues. » 2/09/10 1:30pm 2/09/10 1:30pm

Justin & Jess Still On; Natalie Portman Is Team Polanski

Kate "Just Needed A Break" From Family Dogs; Amy Winehouse Fights…

Live Blog: Emmys 2009

Does Flight of the Conchords stand a chance for Outstanding Comedy Series? Does anything stand a chance against Mad Men and 30 Rock? Let's watch, as Doogie hosts. » 9/20/09 8:00pm 9/20/09 8:00pm

Lost's Michael Emerson Is Just As Creepy/Sweet In Real Life

Lost's Michael Emerson (Ben Linus) was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night. He displayed some of his pre-acting work (creepy newspaper illustrations), and then recited a children's nursery rhyme that could cause nightmares. » 4/17/09 4:30pm 4/17/09 4:30pm