From old-school magazines to the comment section of websites like this — rumors have always been a big part of sci-fi fandom.
Here are 11 big sci-fi mysteries that just didn't work.
Ever since Lost ended its run back in May 2010, fans have been wondering if co-creator Damon Lindelof would come up with something new for TV.
The series finale of Lost was one of the biggest (and most divisive) TV events of the last decade. So why has one of the show's stars never bothered to watch it?
Both the Final Fantasy franchise and Lost are often accused of having totally incomprehensible, unnecessarily spiritual plots. So naturally someone has made the wise decision to combine the two in this 16-bit tribute video.
Sometimes you just have to have it all, and you have to have it all right now. If you're a sci-fi TV fan, you don't just want one season of a show you like. You want the whole show, every single episode, preferably in a nifty box set. So, for this installment in our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide, we thought we'd show you some of our favorite complete sci-fi TV sets to satisfy the completist fan in your life.
It's been well-documented that ABC's smash hit Lost was a development mess of ideas that was reworked until the moment it hit the screen—and ended up as one of the best TV pilots ever produced. But did you know a different character almost stepped into Jack's (Matthew Fox) leadership role?
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.
Carlton Cuse hasn't slowed down at all since Lost went off the air in 2010. He went from running that show to running A&E's new Psycho prequel Bates Motel, he's helping Guillermo del Toro bring The Strain to TV, and now he's bringing a supernatural Western comic featuring mystical firearms and dark forces to NBC.
To be one of the biggest hits of the last generation, ABC's Lost broke a lot of hearts with its rather ... unique series finale. The ending left a lot of fans intrigued, and even more of them angry. But it turns out series co-star Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet) was actually a huge fan of that controversial final moment. So why did she like it so much?