Sunday, Sept. 30th at 10 p.m. marks the premiere of supernatural real-estate-horror-drama 666 Park Avenue, a new ABC series featuring former "Lost" co-star Terry "Locke" O'Quinn.
In "666," O'Quinn plays Gavin Doran, the manipulative, diabolical owner of an iconic Upper East Side prewar rental building, The Drake. Doran -- with his wife Olivia (Vanessa Williams) by his side -- lures in residents and then coerces and seduces them into doing his dirty work.
Jane, a naive and new-to-New York property manager who moves to the building with her boyfriend Henry, takes it all in.
Though the series involves demonic landlords, creepy Peeping Toms, scary basements, thieving tenants, and elevators with minds of their own--elements of everyday living for many New Yorkers--it is not a reality show.
After previewing the first episode (favorite quote: "It's New York. Not everyone gets to make it."), we marked our calendar to catch the rest when it airs and asked executive producer David Wilcox ("Fringe," "Life on Mars," "Law & Order") to answer some nagging questions....