Lost is over, but there's still plenty of TV news to read. Optimism!
Let's start off with some good news: Glee has already been renewed for a third season. Quinn's baby will be walking by then!
In much, much stupider news, Smallville creators/executive producers Al Gough and Miles Millar have been hired by ABC to write a new script for a Charlie's Angels TV show reboot. Were two crappy films not enough? We really hope this doesn't work out so the classic series can finally rest in peace.
On that note, Paula Abdul will be lead judge, executive producer, creative partner, mentor and coach on CBS's remake of the British series Got to Dance. Apparently, the show "will feature dancers of all ages and styles, both solo and in pairs or groups, competing for viewer votes." So basically, we've already seen it 100 times.
Lost director/executive producer Jack Bender is back to work, this time at Syfy to helm Alphas, a 90-minute action-adventure pilot. Yay!
In reality show exploitation fun, if Celebrity Rehab gets picked up (and here's hoping it won't!) Tila Tequila will be on next season, presumably for her mediawhore addiction.
And finally, a Lost spoiler if you haven't seen the finale: The reason we were Mr. Eko-less was because Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje turned down the guest spot! Apparently, the actor was offered a "hearty sum" to do one scene in last night's episode, but Adewale wanted five times the amount offered. That makes sense, but it still doesn't explain why Horace was nowhere to be found!
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