Lost Baddie Is Picked By The Lottery

William Mapother Cast The Lottery

Lost alum William Mapother seems poised to do a number on The Lottery.

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Set within a dystopian future driven by a global fertility crisis, the new Lifetime series (airing Sundays at 10/9c) revolves around a national lottery to determine who gets control of 100 remarkably fertilized embryos.

Mapother will appear in at least one episode, and possibly recur, as Tyler Waters, an engaging, messianic tech visionary who presents a genuine alternative to the government, and a provocative vision of the future.

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In addition to his turn as Lost‘s Ethan Rom (aka Other Man), Mapother’s TV credits include The Mentalist, Castle and Mad Men.

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  1. JWB says:

    Is anyone watching The Lottery? I couldn’t make it through the pilot. Too many good shows on Sundays. It really doesn’t stand a chance.

    • Ginger says:

      Its been getting .2 in the ratings for the last couple of weeks. I’m surprised they keep casting/making new episodes. They need to just end it already. No one’s really watching

  2. sanchopanza says:

    How is this even news? He turns up in practically every series on TV (at least network.) Every time I see him, I think, “Ethan!”

  3. christopher bee says:

    I´ved wished all the time, that the blueprint “Children of Men” would take over, but it is still generic and with a hollow and pedictable screenplay. That´s a shame but i like the crazy arts of Mapother,. Let´s wish for the best.