Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Is it true that we're going to see Katherine again on The Vampire Diaries? — Beth
MICKEY: Yep, and much sooner than you think! Plus: Since this is a show about the walking dead, keep your eyes peeled for another assumed-dead lady to order a very rare filet at the Mystic Falls Grill very soon.

I'm so frustrated that FlashForward isn't coming back until March! Give me some scoop to tide me over. — Mackie
MICKEY: You know what else is frustrating? Not knowing whether to believe a person's flash-forward! For example, are Olivia and Mark really going to break up? Sonya Walger isn't saying for sure, but she dropped this hint about the upcoming episodes. "This love triangle heats up in a big way," she says. "Something happens to Olivia and Mark's marriage that there's no coming back from." Gulp.

Is it too much to hope that Booth and Brennan are the ones getting married on Bones? — Katie
ADAM: It's too soon to start sending your RSVPs, it seems, as the Bones crew is keeping the happy couple under wraps. But, here's a bit of good news: "There will definitely be kisses," Emily Deschanel says. "I just can't tell you who." While you ponder the impending lip-locks, also consider this: Booth and Bones will get cozier while undercover in New Mexico.

Chuck — Casey scoop, please! — J.D.
MICKEY: While Casey is adjusting to Chuck's newfound abilities, he's going to have visitors, about whom Adam Baldwin sounds an ominous tone. "You will meet someone from Casey's past," he tells us. "Betrayers, evil betrayers from that nefarious world of people who know him."

What can you tell me about how Heroes will wrap up its season? — Connor
ADAM: Jack Coleman tells me that the volume ends with a lot of heroes standing up to Samuel, a la Season 1's Kirby Plaza showdown. He says HRG in particular goes toe to toe with the evil carnie, but it's Claire who does the real damage. "At the very end is Claire sort of blowing the lid off everything and [giving] implications of a 'brave new world.'" Conveniently, that's the title of the show's next volume!

What's up for Season 2 of United States of Tara? Wasn't she, um, cured? — Linda
MICKEY: It may have appeared that way, but Toni Collette broke the news that Tara will have a new alter this season, so apparently the cure didn't stick. Brie Larson, Collette's TV daughter, gave us the deets on Shoshanna, Tara's new personality. "It's an alter who happens to be a therapist, so there's this interesting dynamic of this therapist who isn't Tara, but is Tara, helping Tara," she says. "Shoshanna helps the entire family."

I wish Lie to Me was coming back sooner. Tell me there will be some good Lightman-Foster stories when it returns. — Meredith
ADAM: Good news, Meredith: Tim Roth tells me the new episodes offer a lot of Foster and Lightman interaction. You'll even get to see more of their history. "You will get to see all of that open up in some form," Roth says. "We're shooting an episode now that deals with my character's work with British intelligence and how my character met up with Foster. It's really interesting. In fact, it's one of the better scripts that we've had."

Source: TV Guide

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