May 19th, 2011
04:38 PM ET
It's been nearly a year since the final episode of "Lost," and as expected, several cast members are returning to series television in the fall.
Joining "Hawaii Five-O's" Daniel Dae Kim on CBS is Michael Emerson in the J.J. Abrams series "Person of Interest," airing on Thursday nights at 9 ET/PT in the fall.
Emerson plays yet another mysterious character, this time a man who somehow possesses a list of people in danger of committing violent crimes and enlists Jim Caviezel's character to stop them.
The "Lost" network, ABC, has several programs in its lineup with connections to the show, not the least among them being one of their highest-profile shows, "Once Upon a Time," from two of "Lost's" executive producers.
However, if fans want to see former cast members on the network, they will have to wait until 2012 to see Henry Ian Cusick (minus the Scottish accent) starring opposite Kerry Washington in Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal," and Rebecca Mader in the "Bosom Buddies"-esque office comedy "Work It."
Fox's series "Alcatraz" may have the most attraction for "Lost" fans. Not only is it produced by Abrams, it has a strong element of mystery - and quite possibly the supernatural - to it, and it co-stars Jorge Garcia as a comic book geek who helps investigate the bizarre disappearance of inmates in the infamous prison. We won't know too much more about that one until 2012.
Finally, much will be made of Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to television on the CW's "Ringer," but Nestor Carbonell's return will be eagerly anticipated by "Losties." "Ringer," originally meant to air on CBS, can be seen on Tuesday nights at 9 ET/PT in the fall.
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