Entertainment Weekly (sometimes abbreviated as EW) is a weekly subscription magazine that often publishes articles about Lost in their magazine and on their website. Entertainment Weekly covers mostly film and television stories, usually not covering stories about celebrity life, like magazines similar to People. Occasionally, the magazine may cover an outrageous story about a celebrity. The launch of Entertainment Weekly was very successful. The attracted audiences are usually young readers and women. It addresses TV ratings, ticket sales, the cost of production, and other statistics of the entertainment industry. Entertainment Weekly is indeed published weekly. It was first published in 1990, and in 2003, the average weekly circulation of the magazine was about 1,700,000 copies. In each end of the year issue, the Entertainer of the Year, chosen by readers at Entertainment Weekly's website, is put on the front cover.
Focus on LostEdit
- Jeff Jensen is one of their senior writers, and is the resident "Lost expert". He writes recaps of Lost episodes, as well as more in-depth analysis articles.
- Stephen King writes a column for EW, which on several occasions discussed the show.
- The first high resolution version of the blast door map was published in EW.
- In 2009 (coinciding with Season 5), EW began producing a weekly web video series called Totally Lost. Hosts Jeff Jensen and Dan Snierson discuss the previous episode and offer small teases for the next episode, often employing humorous skits. They also occasionally conduct interviews with producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.
Entertainment Weekly and The Lost ExperienceEdit
- Jeff Jensen revealed a glyph on July 25 in this article.
- Jensen published an interview with Rachel Blake after Comic Con 2006.
- During Stage 3, Speaker posted columns about TLE in EW.
- Jeep, Sublymonal, Monster.com and Verizon all had ads in EW with hidden clues or codes.