In this exclusive interview with Patrick Fischler, the actor dishes on his new short film "The Test," along with what it's like being a character actor on Lost, Mad Men, Southland and Californication.
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Jorge Garcia Confirms Lost DVD Epilogue, Extended Scenes, More Answers
Jorge Garcia has great news for Lost fans: there's a lot included in the show's upcoming DVD box set. Specifically, you'll learn more about Hurley, Ben and Walt.
Lost Producers Respond to, Defend "Divisive" Episode
This week's episode of Lost has divided fans. And that's okay with the show's producers. Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have a lot to say about "Across the Sea."
Lost Series Finale Will Leave Fans Wondering
According to Damon Lindelof, the series finale of Lost won't tie of every fan of the show. In fact, it might leave many of them asking a lot of questions.
TV Fanatic Exclusive: Interview with Lost Guest Star Jose Yenque
We spoke this week with Jose Yenque. He guest-starred on the iconic Lost episode "Ab Aeterno."
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Nestor Carbonell Teases Upcoming Lost Deaths, "Heartbreak"
What's coming up on Lost? A lot of "heartbreak," says Nestor Carbonell.
Sheila Kelley on Lost Character: Important to the Show
Sheila Kelley plays Zoe on Lost. She says the new character is very significant on the show.
Michael Emerson Teases "Biggest Ben Episode Ever"
No way Ben Linus is getting killed off Lost... is there? The actor teases his character's future in this interview.
Hiroyuki Sanada Sheds Some Light on Mysterious Lost Character
What's the deal with Dogen?!? Lost fans will soon get some answers.
Terry O'Quinn on Smokey: He Has a Plan
Terry O'Quinn is no longer John Locke. The actor talks about his new role as Smokey in a new interview.
Nestor Carbonell Interview: Richard Alpert Backstory Ahead
Ready to learn more about Richard Alpert? We certainly are, which makes this interview with Nestor Carbonell worthwhile.
Lost Producers Shed Light on Season Six Narrative
The sixth season of Lost premiered this week. In light of a major narrative shift, the show's producers have a lot of explaining to do.