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Checking in With 'Bates Motel' Executive-Producer Carlton Cuse

As the sun set on a gloomy evening, high on a hillside loomed one of Hollywood’s most recognizable houses. Below it, in a conglomeration of faded hues appearing to have layers of dust, were the familiar looking rooms of an old motel. 1,012 more words

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment To Release A Limited Blu-Ray Collector's Edition For "The Strain: Season One"

If you haven’t seen season one of the FX hit TV series, “The Strain” yet, then this is your lucky day.  Not only is the show extremely good and worth a good binge watch but 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is going to entice you with an uber cool collectors edition that brings fans the entire first season, packed with skin-crawling extras.   168 more words


Nazis? Sex for sunscreen? The weird, rejected 'Lost' story ideas from Season 1

Even five years after the sci-fi mystery show Lost ended its run, frustrated fans still debate whether the showrunners had a master plan in mind throughout the show. 389 more words


'Bates Motel' Producers and Stars Answer All Your Burning Season 3 Questions

We spoke to Bates Motel Executive Producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin, as well as Norman and Norma Bates, er, Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga, to get the lowdown on the things fans want to know about Season 3….and beyond. 1,349 more words


NASH BRIDGES (1996 - 2001)

Creator: Carlton Cuse

Cast: Don Johnson, Cheech Marin, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe

Investigator Nash Bridges (Don Johnson), a senior member (and later Captain) of San Francisco’s Special Investigations Unit. 182 more words


Mark Pellegrino and Carlton Cuse on 'Lost,' 'The Returned' and Yes, That Finale

A&E’s “The Returned” marks a reunion for executive producer Carlton Cuse and star Mark Pellegrino, who last worked together on the final season of “Lost.” 821 more words


A&E's Haunting 'The Returned' Resurrects the Dead — and the Original French Series

Let’s get the obvious out of the way quickly: The only reason A&E’s The Returned exists is because most television viewers hate reading subtitles. The Returned… 768 more words