Lost: Oh Darlton, how we love thee. Before going into hiding after what we know will be an amazingly incredible series finale, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are sitting down with Jimmy Kimmel for an hour long postshow special, Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost. Lots of castmembers will be stopping by to chat about the end of an era, too, so this is not to be missed.
We're just hoping after the episode wraps we're able to contain our uncontrollable sobbing in time to enjoy this fabulous final gift to Losties everywhere.
Ready for more? How about a little scoop on a How I Met Your Mother wedding and why the heck Modern Family has some people up in arms...seriously!
How I Met Your Mother: According to our bestest frenemy over at EW.com, some larger-than-life nuptials are in store for the HIMYM gang—and Sex and the City stud Jason Lewis, Watchmen stunner Malin Akerman and Saturday Night Live funnyman Chris Kattan are all invited!
Modern Family: Who here isn't dreaming of getting their grubby little mitts on the new Apple iPad, à la Modern Family's Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell)? In fact, it was that insatiable desire for technology's next big thing that inspired Wednesday's iPad-tastic episode, says show runner Christopher Lloyd—not product placement, as many have speculated. Our take? Who cares! It was hilarious.
Scoundrels: Neal McDonough was suddenly replaced by former JAG star David James Elliott in the ABC pilot this week after reportedly refusing to do some steamy love scenes with leading lady Virginia Madsen. Nothing against her, he's just always made it clear he's a devout Catholic and sex scenes aren't for him.
Burn Notice/Royal Pains: USA just announced the return dates of these fabulous shows, and we all let out a collective whoo-hoo! Be sure to clear your calendars on Thursday, June 3. (What is Burn Notice?)
Doctor Who: No, it's not one of our typical shows, but you guys asked for some new Dr. Who scoop, so here it is. The Daily Beast's Jace Lacob recently chatted with new Doc Matt Smith and show runner Steven Moffat, and what they're promising sounds, well, promising. "We've got some old monsters and some new monsters," says Smith. "There's a great sense of fairy tale in there."
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