Lindelof's good-natured dig at his own show apparently resonated quite a bit with some of his fellow show creators. Soon both Bill "Scrubs" Lawrence and Shonda "Grey's Anatomy" Rhimes weighed in with their own regrets about which shows didn't work, or didn't work as well as they could have.
BEVERLY HILLS, California- - Lost bosses took the stage for the July 17th Press Tour gathering of all-star show runners (Grey's Anatomy, Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives, Eli Stone) to talk about the art and craft of sustaining a hi... Read Post
More than 12 million people tuned into the two-hour season finale of Lost last night, which helped propel ABC to win Thursday night in adults 18-49 and total viewers despite the absence of an original Grey's Anatomy. The out-of-sea... Read Post
Former Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof seemingly has weighed in on the AMC’s Mad Men mess. Apparently responding to reports that Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is being offered a whopping $30 million to write the show for a three-yea... Read Post