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TV Update: Lost "Deleted Scene" Revealed at Comic-Con!

Just because Comic-Con is officially over this year doesn't mean there's any lack of new and exciting footage from our favorite shows! Even if those shows have already gone off the air. Case in point: Lost.

Over the weekend, a "never-before-seen" clip (wink, wink) from Lost was revealed, and needless to say, fans went crazy. So, if you weren't in San Diego, you might be in danger of missing out on it entirely. Except ABC released it online, and we have it here for you viewing pleasure.

Plus, we've got news on Grey's Anatomy, House, CSI, and much more in today's TV Update...

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House: Odette Annable (Breaking In) has signed on to House as a series regular, Deadline is reporting. No word on the exact details of her role, but Deadline is speculating that she will be a jailhouse doctor that House recruits to be part of his diagnostic team. Should Breaking In be resurrected from the television graveyard, Annable will be able to do both shows.

Greys Anatomy, Patrick Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo ABC/DANNY FELD

Grey's Anatomy: Shonda Rhimes talked to TVGuide.com about Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek's (Patrick Dempsey) situation in the upcoming season. "We open the [first] episode with Derek working on their dream house, and I would love to have them moving in around the end of the season," Rhimes says. Another possible storyline in the first episode? A giant sinkhole opening up in the middle of a Seattle street.

Franklin & Bash: Can't get enough of Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer getting their lawyer on? Neither can TNT. Franklin & Bash has been picked up for a second season.

Ringer: EW.com has the first look at a promo poster for Sarah Michelle Gellar's new show. One word to describe it? Side-boob. But fabulous side-boob at that.

CSI: After several seasons of guest starring, Jorja Fox is finally returning to CBS' juggernaut hit for season twelve, TVLine.com is reporting. "She is committed to doing 15 episodes," a source tells the site.

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