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'Person of Interest' recap: You can't keep a good Finch down

 Season 4 | Episode 2 | “Nautilus” | Aired Sept 30, 2014

The last time we saw Harold Finch, he looked wide-eyed toward a dark, mysterious space that may or may not have reinvigorated his desire to get back in the Machine business. 1,350 more words

'Person of Interest' returns after a season of change

Season 4 | Episode 1 | “Panopticon” | Aired Sept 23, 2014

Person of Interest is back after its most ambitious season yet, in which several plot strands came to a close, and seeds that had been planted early in the show’s run were given a chance to bloom. 1,402 more words

Hulu Announces JJ Abrams Helmed Mini-Series Based On Stephen King's '11/22/63' Novel

Streaming service Hulu.com has announced a partnership with Stephen King, JJ Abrams, and Warner Brothers TV to make a nine-hour series out of King’s best selling… 130 more words


J.J. Abrams and Stephen King are Teaming up!

Hulu has put in a straight to series order for 11/22/63, based on Stephen Kings 2011 novel of the same name.

J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot will produce the series, which will be a nine episode event on the streaming service. 152 more words

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Bad Robot and JJ Abrams To Bring A New Drama Series To Hulu Based Off Stephen King's Best Selling Novel: "11/22/63"

Stephen King fans are in for a treat as today, Bad Robot announces a new drama series through Hulu based off Stephen King’s 2011 best selling novel, “11/22/63.”  JJ Abrams is a huge fan of Stephen King’s work, and already has an order from Hulu for 9 episodes. 204 more words


Hulu Orders Stephen King's ‘11/22/63’ Kennedy-Assassination Thriller Series from J.J. Abrams

Hulu has placed a direct-to-series order for “11/22/63,” a nine-hour adaptation of Stephen King’s time-travel novel about the Kennedy assassination, from J.J. Abrams and Warner Bros. 579 more words


Holy Crap Lost in 10 years old

Yes you read it right, Lost is 10 years old on the 22 September 2004 Lost made is US television debut with pilot being seen by 18.6 million people. 219 more words