Penny in Barstow, Calif.: More info on Glee's Madonna episode, please.
Aside from the kickass fact (revealed by our own Marc Malkin!) that Sue Sylvester will be singing and shakin' her groove thing to Madonna's "Vogue," Jane Lynch tells us you will not want to miss everything else the New Directions have in store. "We're up to about 10 songs already, and almost every day is a musical number." Seriously, there are 10 Madonna songs in a single episode! As for Idina Menzel's gig, Jane hasn't worked with her yet, but says: "I can't wait to meet her, I'm a huge fan." BTW, did you guys all see @ChrisColfer's tweet this morning? He wrote, "We're doing a BIG number today at Glee. I mean HUGE! You may need to check yourself into Gleehab after you see it." Any guesses on what song they're doing? Hit the comments!
Maureen in Tacoma, Wash.: Any truth to the rumors that werewolves might be heading to The Vampire Diaries?
Well, werewolves are the new trend, you know, but The Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley tells us this: "I know that in the books that happens, but it hasn't been confirmed—it's been insinuated." But if Paul has his say—which we're guessing he will—he's totally on board. "It'd be fantastic. And I played a wolf on a series called Wolf Lake, which was a very short-lived show on CBS, so I love the idea of it because I've done it."
Kelly in New Madrid, Mo.: I can't wait for more True Blood! What can we expect from season three this summer?
Oh, where to begin? Let's start with the gorgeous Ryan Kwanten, who has some major storylines this season. First among those storylines, Ryan says, is that "Jason finally falls in what he thinks is love. It's a pretty rare, unknown concept for him." Awww...Plus, Ryan tells us of Jason's future, "The fact that my character is dealing with the fact that he really has killed someone now is pretty crazy, and there's a whole host of new characters. There's the addition of werewolves coming in. We're using real wolves. It's crazy. I've yet to work with them. I'll work with them later on in the season, but I'm looking forward to it."
Alicia in La Cañada Flintridge, Calif.: I need True Blood scoop!
True Blood's Rutina Wesley tells us of Tara in season three, "She's going to have to grieve a lot to get over [Eggs]. And then it's going to be crazy madness." As for Tara's ex-lovah Sam, Nelsan Ellis teases, "Sam moves away from Sookie and Bon Temps, and he clings to the family that he's now starting to get to know. He finds his mother, father and brother." Come back home, Sam!
Azul in Orlando: Gimme some Eric Northman scoop! I miss my favorite Scandanavian True Blood vampire.
Did you see Nelsan's dish that he's going to be "Eric's henchman" this year? Nelsan also reassures us that we'll be getting a lot of Eric and Pam tag-team action this year as well: "Eric will definitely be in every episode, and Pam is definitely in the first four."
Marissa in Tbilisi, Georgia: Any news on Supernatural? What's going on with that show?
Oh, nothing much. Hey, does anybody remember that song "Even Angels Fall" from the 10 Things I Hate About You movie soundtrack? Well, you might want to queue it up, because you're going to need it as the soundtrack for tear-stained Supernatural lamentation fanvids after the episode two weeks hence. We can't spoil what happens outright, but the first person to guess it right in the comments gets a cookie and a hug. In other, better SPN news, Sam and Dean's long-lost half-brother from the season four episode "Jump the Shark," the awesome but dead Adam Milligan (Jake Abel), comes back to play a pivotal role in an upcoming episode.
Tamra in Washington, D.C.: Any development in the Damon-Elena-Stefan triangle on Vampire Diaries?
Seriously, will those angsty three ever be happy? Not any time soon, and as Ian Somerhalder puts it, Elena may start leaning towards a different Salvatore brother. "Damon's very truthful when he speaks. Even when he's a deviant bastard, he's still telling the truth," he explains. "Elena feels that she's been lied to by Stefan. [But] in Stefan's defense, he essentially had to lie to her to protect her."
Eileen in Paducah, Ky.: Big Love is fabulous so far this year. What can we expect over the remaining six episodes?
According to Bill Paxton, "Well, I'm going to run for a state senate seat, and I'm going to run into some big problems doing that. That's the big conflict [is that could result in the wives being exposed]. The gals are kind of starting to grow away from the thing. There's a lot going on. We've opened up the casino. There's murder. There is all kinds of good stuff, it's something else this season." Hold the phone...did you just say murder, Bill Paxton? Is that the murder of ol' Roman Grant, or is there a new and different homicide that we don't know about yet? Hmmm...
Chuck in Tucson, Ariz: How much are we going to see of newlyweds Scott and Sarah in Big Love this season?
Scott himself, Aaron Paul, has confirmed, "I definitely do come back quite a bit. The arc this season is wonderful with Scott and Sarah." Unfortunately, Paul won't appear in the finale—Amanda Seyfried's last episode—because producers couldn't work out the scheduling with his other show, Breaking Bad, for which he received an Emmy nod. Fun fact: "I definitely can relate to the character Scott," Paul revealed, "My father, who experimented with different religions growing up, ended up getting excommunicated from LDS because they found out he was a youth minister at a Nazarene church, [but] it wasn't as serious as what happened with Barb on the show."
Trevor in Wrightwood, Calif.: I need a Sons of Anarchy fix.
Don't we all? Unfortunately, Kurt Sutter just headed back into the writers' room and would only tell us this of season three: "I have a baby to find, and that's all I know." As for Gemma's future as an outlaw, Katey Sagal doesn't seem too worried. "I don't think it will alter the family bond, but there are so many things that have to be addressed," she explains. "Gemma obviously doesn't know what's happened to her grandson, and she'll probably go insane when she finds out. I wouldn't put anything past her. I'm sure she'll take care of business."