Jackson in New York: Kristin, I heard the Heroes already shot their finale. Is it the end of the show? Is it a cliffhanger?
Take it away, Jack Coleman and other Hero-ic friends...
Melody in Hollywood: Given that Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are best friends, will we ever see them together on either 30 Rock or Parks and Recreation?
The P-Rex cast fielded this very question at press tour on Sunday, and Amy Poehler said, "I would love to guest star on Lost—but that's on ABC. Or I Survived or Intervention or Gossip Girl. I mean, the two shows live in very different worlds. It'd be great if we tried to shoehorn a crossover, like ding-dong!" And Aziz Ansari said, "I mean, 30 Rock is a great show, but that's a terrible idea."
Keisha in West Palm Beach, Fla.: Is it true that NBC doesn't care much for Trauma and is more behind Mercy? What impressions did you get from TCA?
You can read NBC prime-time boss Angela Bromstad's comments for yourself, but yes, based on words and actions, it seems like Mercy is definitely the favored child. That said, we're hearing from insiders close to Trauma that "We're so not dead with the 10 p.m. hour opening up." Apparently the upcoming six episodes are damn good TV, and if the ratings pick up (which remains a big if, of course), Trauma has as good a chance as anything else at the 2010-11 season on NBC.
Kay in Grand Forks, N.D.: When is 10 Things I Hate About You coming back on?
We should find out tomorrow when the cast appears at winter press tour! Follow @kristinalert, and we'll tweet the news as soon as we hear. Meanwhile, if you have Q's for Ethan, Lindsey, Meaghan or the rest of the 10 Things I Hate About You cast, email us to email@example.com and we'll try to get you answers!
Sarah in Charlotte, N.C.: After Friday's amazing Dollhouse episode, it really stinks that Fox canceled it. Can't SyFy pick it up?
Sadly, back in November when Dollhouse's cancellation was first announced, Syfy preemptively tweeted that "Looks like Fox finally canceled Dollhouse. (No, I don't think we'll pick it up.)" As amazing as these last few episodes of Dollhouse have been, it seems pretty certain that the season finale airing in two weeks will indeed be a series finale. That's OK, though, because we're going to collectively get Enver Gjokaj, Dichen Lachmann, Miracle Laurie, Tahmoh Penikett, Fran Kranz, Olivia Williams and everyone else in the cast awesome new jobs.
Billie in Minneapolis: I'm a Project Runway die-hard. Please tell me this season is going to be good!
As we blogged last week, season seven of Project Runway has all sorts of potential, thanks to the show's return to its original stomping grounds of New York and promises of more Michael Kors and Nina Garcia, not to mention Heidi Klum being pregnant and therefore supercute and blooming throughout the season. (Klum delivered her fourth child, daughter Lou Sulola, in October 2009.) Season seven premieres this Thursday, Jan. 14, at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.
Mary Beth: Any word on when NBC will be premiering the current season of Friday Night Lights? I heard a rumor that they had yanked it from their listing with no plans on when to air. Tell me this isn't true!
The show's studio rep tells me, "Unfortunately NBC has not announced a premiere date for season four. I'm hoping they will announce it soon, as the season will be ending on DirecTV in early February." You and me both, sister! We don't have to start another fan campaign to make sure NBC runs Friday Night Lights, do we? Now that NBC and E! are all going to be part of Comcast, I'm sure I can just send a nice interoffice memo and get the job done, right?