Once Upon a Time gave us a giant and a beanstalk, but no Jack. Next month, the famous giant-killer finally gets their due.
The cult hit Lost may have come to a controversial end a few years ago, but that hasn't stopped fans from clamoring for more. Now, at least one of the former castaways says he's game for a return to the mysterious island.
Next month, Once Upon a Time will be visited by a familiar face. Joining Emilie de Ravin and Alan Dale is another Lost alum—Jorge Garcia. The actor will make quite an impression with his larger than life role. And here's a first look at his infamous new character.
We'd already heard rumblings that Lost alum Jorge Garcia would be joining ABC's hit fairytale drama Once Upon A Time this season, and now we know who he'll be playing. Turns out, it's a very big role.
Jorge Garcia has gone from a weird desert island to the most famous prison on Earth—and rumor has it he could be looking at a storybook ending next.
The Lost veteran's request is pretty simple, really, and a rather sage one if you consider the fact that any being smart enough to solve all the problems that come with interstellar travel would likely think of us Earth-bound humans as bugs and crush us.
Actor Jorge Garcia thought it was going to be awhile before his next gig came through after he finished playing the beloved Hurley on Lost. Not so. Luckily Garcia was cast in the new brain-twisting mystery, Alcatraz, from Lost's J.J. Abrams, which premieres tonight in a two-hour opener on Fox.
It's almost here! JJ Abrams' newest drama Alcatraz is heading to Fox. The show is part Lost, part X-Files, and a slice of Fringe all rolled into one. The network has just released a new trailer for the series premiere and it looks awesome.
Our friends (and our enemies, too) on Fringe are worried then when two universes meet, it'll be the end of at least one world. But when two sci-fi universes meet—like, say, when Lost and Fringe collide—it's cause for nothing but squee.
Last night's episode ended with a surreal promo that got wilder and Wilder. What's it all mean?