In the supernatural drama’s New York Comic Con debut, creator David Wilcox and executive producer Matt Miller discussed what inspired them to make 666 Park Avenue.
During a conversation at New York Comic Con, 666 Park Avenue stars Terry O’Quinn, Vanessa Williams and Rachael Taylor discussed what fans have to look forward to in ABC’s new supernatural drama.
The stars and executive producers screened the pilot for ABC’s 666 Park Avenue at Comic-Con International, and teased a series filled with dark secrets, soul-selling and a struggle between good and evil.
Lost alum Terry O’Quinn will appear in two episodes of the upcoming season of TNT’s alien-invasion drama Falling Skies.
From Felicity to Fringe, J.J. Abrams is nothing if not successful on the small screen. But this past development season saw big results even by his standards, as Abrams’ Bad Robot successfully landed three projects at three networks — and finally, Abrams is talking about all of them.
You might not know it based on his creepy Lost performance, but the former Benjamin Linus isn’t always immune to surprises — in fact, the actor has found himself “amazed” by the fact that NBC is moving ahead with a television series starring himself and Lost pal Terry O’Quinn.
NBC has reportedly moved quickly on J.J. Abrams’ latest project, picking up the rights to a comedic drama about former black-ops agents that stars Lost‘s Michael Emerson and Terry O’Quinn. The pilot for Abrams’ prison drama Alcatraz also received a green light from Fox.
Lost‘s most engaging pair, Michael Emerson and Terry O’Quinn, could reunite as former black-ops agents in a comedic drama reportedly being pitched by J.J. Abrams and frequent collaborators Josh Appelbaum and Andre Nemec.