A guide to the playwright’s body of work, which spanned nearly 50 years.
The ceremony featured its usual mix of wonderful performances and cringe-worthy moments.
Surprisingly, no love for the cast of Death of a Salesman or the revival of Follies.
“I don’t really have any work on the horizon, so I’d better get busy.”
What will happen in Sunday’s two-and-a-half-hour finale?
Shockingly, they’re not all from season three.
Catch up on the latest responses to this season’s most polarizing episode yet.
Our latest theory roundup questions MiB’s intentions, Lapidus’s death, and a few too many coincidences.
Has Smokey really been behind all the ghost Christian appearances?
What is Desmond up to in L.A., exactly?
Sadly, no one had theories about why he didn’t take his shirt off.
Everyone’s relieved that Desmond is “the package,” but what does it mean?
Sadly, no one figured out what brand of eyeliner Richard uses.
What’s the deal with Smokey and Widmore, anyway?
Talk of zombies, wishes granted, and the return of Shannon.
What’s in a name? As this week’s installment of ‘Lost’ reminded us, a whole lot.
“I hope the fans continue to love Ben, even though he’s in a state of cringing vulnerability.”
Now that they’ve had two days to think about it, what can the Internet’s brainiest ‘Lost’ theorists tell us about the show’s final season?
The fifth season of ‘Lost’ ended, literally, with a bang, leaving obsessives more wildly speculative than ever about what the sixth one holds in store.
“Don?” Stamos called out again, looking defeated. “I’m too old for this!” Rickles cried back.