Thursday, June 16, 2011

J.J. Abrams' Directing Career: From TV to Movies - Yahoo! Movies
J.J. Abrams' directing career started with a handful of successful drama and action-suspense TV series. His break in the industry came from the production of the prime-time TV drama "Felicity" (1998 to 2002), a series he created with Matt Reeves. Before directing his first film, his TV career peaked with the renowned action-suspense series "Alias" (2001 to 2006), which he both created and directed. Steadily marking his action, suspense, and science-fiction roots, this was followed by the multi-awarded suspense drama series "Lost" (2004 to 2010), which he created with Jeffrey Lieber and Damon Lindelof.

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