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The Lost alum is reuniting with the storied ABC drama’s co-creator via a starring role in Hulu’s upcoming psychological-horror drama series Castle Rock, which counts Abrams and Stephen King as EPs.

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<i>Lost</i> Reunion! Terry O'Quinn Joins Cast of J.J. Abrams' Hulu Series <i>Castle Rock</i>


Terry’s show on the Science channel “Mysteries of the Missing” is coming Sat, Aug 26 at 10 PM,   The series will take fans into the biggest unsolved mysteries.

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#LOSties Another guest slot for Terry. Nice to see his talent recgonized, waiting for him to land a regular slot somewhere. 


Terry O’Quinn just booked another high-concept drama series.

The man best known as John Locke from Lost will guest star in a two-episode arc of TNT’s Falling Skies when it returns for its second season this summer, EW has learned exclusively. He’ll appear in the drama’s last two episodes as a former history professor and mentor to Tom Mason (Noah Wyle). O’Quinn last appeared on Hawaii Five-0.

For the uninitiated, Falling Skies takes place during the aftermath of an invasion by an alien military forces. Wyle’s character is a Boston history professor who uses his knowledge of military history to serve as second-in-command of a regiment of resistance fighters.  Falling Skies, which is from Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks TV, averaged more than 6.9 million viewers in its first season and ranks as basic cable’s No. 1 new series for 2011. It also finished last summer as basic cable’s No. 1 drama among the key adult demos.

Per a brief article on
Sounds like Lost vet Terry O’Quinn has been enjoying his return to island living in his recurring role as a Navy SEAL working alongside Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) on Hawaii Five-0.
Terrry O'Quinn in Uniform on the set of Hawaii Five-0
According to executive producer Peter Lenkov, Terry has agreed to extend his run as Lt. Commander Joe White. “His original deal was six episodes, and now we’ll do another three,” Lenkov reports. “And we’re hoping for even more.”

Terry still maintains hope of headlining his own series — possibly Hallelujah, a new soap currently being rewritten byDesperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry after ABC failed to find a spot for the original pilot on its fall schedule. “Terry’s a guy who really wants to get his own show, and he deserves that,” Lenkov says. “That’s his goal. But we’d love to make it work where he could do both.”

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