True Blood fans, you've been waiting for so long for something real to happen between Eric and Sookie, right? As in some really real and not a dream, illusion or witchy trick.
Well, we've got scoop on whether you'll need to wait much longer for something to finally go down with Alexander Skarsgård and Anna Paquin's supersexy characters.
Plus, what is Brennan (Emily Deschanel) up to when Bones returns, besides being incredibly pregnant? All that, and scoop on Community, One Tree Hill, Breaking Bad and much, much more in this week's Spoiler Chat…
Eliza in St. Louis, Mo.: I know you guys are going to be all over Comic-Con. But will you be live-tweeting, blogging scoop, or reporting from parties?
How about all three? Doesn't that blow your mind? Team WWK will be at all the big P's: (panels, press rooms, and parties) to bring you live coverage and constant updates on your favorite shows. From Supernatural and The Walking Dead to Glee and True Blood, we've got Comic-Con covered. Make sure you're following @eonlineTV, @JBomb11 and @DruMoorhouse for our live tweets from the panels, and stay tuned to this channel for more scoop from our interviews with your fave stars and showrunners.
quickandfaberry: Please tell me if Shelby will be returning to Glee and if we will get some Puck/Quinn/Beth scenes?
If Idina Menzel were only returning for a couple episodes, we'd say there was a slim chance they'd throw in a Beth appearance. After all, baby actors are known for their diva attitudes. But since we hear that she'll be back for a bunch of episodes, Ryan Murphy has to have Puck (Mark Salling) and Quinn (Dianna Agron) at least acknowledging their daughter, right? We're pretty confident Quick will have much more interaction than last season. Not that that's saying much. Those two barely shared eye contact in season two.
cadlymack: I keep asking if Luke and Lorelai and/or Veronica and Logan will ever work it out, but you guys have no answer for me!
Oh, honey. We'll try to break it to you in the gentlest way possible. Sometimes TV writers are evil and leave the viewers with deliberately ambiguous endings. Why do they do this to us? Torture. Malicious, evil torture. While the sagas of Veronica-Logan on Veronica Mars and Luke-Lorelai on Gilmore Girls are essentially open-ended to toy with us, they do live on in the heart and minds of TV fans everywhere, and in fan fiction. There will always be fan fiction.
Lorrainecollins: Any scoop on Eric-Sookie?
Sorry, just wait while we giggle with delight. OK, we're ready to be professional now. Sookie likes this changed Eric. A lot. And in Sunday's episode something you've probably been waiting for finally happens. Best part is that it's not a dream. No, ma'am.
sanna_o75: You got anything good about Bill-Sookie in the middle of all the Eric-Sookie stuff??
Bill (Stephen Moyer) has awful timing. Horrific timing actually. In an upcoming True Blood episode he vamp-speed runs into a mostly naked Eric-Sookie moment, and to say he doesn't react well would be putting it mildly. But between the true death orders and heartbreaking look, it is abundantly clear that Bill still loves Sookie and would do anything to make her happy. Even if that means letting her move on with a gorgeous amnesiac Viking.
Cheesybones: What's coming up for Jason on True Blood now that he's turning into a were-panther?
Unfortunately for Jason (Ryan Kwanten), things are going to get worse before they get better. But let's not get too hasty on the turning into a were-panther thing. Those hotshot cats aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer, so what are the chances they can pull off creating a were-panther from scratch? Besides, Jason will have other things occupying his mind. Remember all those sexy Eric-Sookie dreams? We can say that Jason is going to be having some graphic vamp blood dreams of his own, thanks to Jessica's (Deborah Ann Woll) healing powers.
MariValeria: Pleaaase, pretty please with cherry on top, do you have any Bones scoop? I'm dying to know something!
Sure, but only because you asked so nicely. When the show starts back up Brennan is super preggo, like so preggo it's hard to maneuver in a certain baby daddy's kitchen in the morning. Gasp! What on earth is she doing eating breakfast in a man's kitchen? A possible sleepover? We must alert the church elders!
Linda: Got anything on Community?
We're going to be seeing two new—and possibly recurring—faces around Greendale's (hopefully clean) campus. Coming to Community is the long-suffering, button-collecting secretary of Dean Pelton (Jim Rash). We don't get it either. Also joining is a SWAT-like college security sergeant. Remember when Annie (Alison Brie) and Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) were security guards for a day? We bet this tough boss won't let those shenanigans fly.
John in Santa Barbara, Calif.: Entourage scoop please!
Entourage knows how to throw great parties. But this season's "Glad you are out of rehab and sober" party will definitely bring the house down.
Billy in San Diego: Psych me!
Great news, Psych-Os: Shawn (James Roday) reunites with his crime crush Desperaux (Cary Elwes) again this fall (the sixth season premieres in October). In "Indiana Shawn and the Temple of the Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old Sword," Gus (Dulé Hill) and Shawn join the famous thief in his own game, racing against the malevolent leader of a gang of art thieves—played by Roday's real-life Twin Peaks crush Madchen Amick—to find a mythical dagger. The episode is written and directed by our crush, Psych creator Steve Franks. You know that's right.
Chelsea in Hershey, Pa.: Dying without The Vampire Diaries every week! I need some scoop. Stat!
We feel you, girl. We're also hurting from the summer hiatus, but here's a bit of good news. We won't have to wait another fifteen-bajillion episodes for a certain hybrid to grace our television screen yet again. Meaning Klaus (Joseph Morgan) will not be away for long. He's going to be all up in our faces right from the beginning of season three. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that sexy man being up in our faces, right?
mayracansigno: Got any more CSI:Miami spoilers dealing with Delko and Calleigh?
Did you say Horatio and Natalia? You didn't? Well, that's what you're going to get since this little nugget just came our way. Not that it's a big surprise, but both Horatio (David Caruso) and Natalia (Eva LaRue) survive being shot/nearly drowned in the trunk of a car. While they search for their assailant and his cellmate, killer Jack Toller (the suddenly prolific Callum Keith Rennie), in the 10th-season premiere, we learn how Jack became such a psychopath with flashbacks to his abusive childhood.
RB_Phan: Are they really going there with a Chris/Gail/Dov love triangle on Rookie Blue?
Yep. And then some. Plus, it's about to get messier. Gail's (Charlotte Sullivan) ex, Nick, reappears and will definitely threaten her relationship with Chris (Travis Milne). But on the good news side of things, Traci (Enuka Okuma) gets promoted!
Kristin in Detroit, Mich.: What, if anything, do you have on the college life of the kids on 90210?
How dare you? Don't you mean adults? Anyway, we do know that the crew at 90210 is looking for lots of attractive people to play college students along with their regular cast members. Two characters are listed as recurring guest stars, with one playing the president of "a misfit/loser sorority." Wonder who'll be rushing that house?
Karen in Flagstaff, Ariz.: Dan Scott is returning to One Tree Hill! So happy the evil one is back. Will he still be the reformed guy we've come to know, or will he go back to his normal, plotting self?
We are obsessed with this casting news, too! Paul Johansson made One Tree Hill the drama machine we've grown to love so dearly. So that's why we're happy to share that he will definitely be causing a ruckus on his return to Tree Hill. Exact details are unknown right now, but rest assured, the old scheming Dan Scott is making a comeback!
MH_Raz: What's the deal with James Lafferty on OTH? Is he actually in 13, nine, or seven episodes? Feel like things keep changing on that front.
No confirmation yet on James' number of episodes, but rest assured, we are bugging people about it. However, since Paul Johansson was just announced as a series regular, it would be weird to not have his son around for all the Dan Scott shenanigans, right? I think it's safe to say Nathan Scott will be around a lot, but once we know his official status we'll text you. Mmmkay?
J.R. in Detroit: Breaking Bad—wow!
Right?! We warned you the premiere was going to be shocking. "Box Cutter" was hard on the actors, too. Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) told us when he read the script, "Literally my hands started to shake...I realized it was really about trying to find a way to do this without hurting myself—psychically, spiritually—without carrying it for a long time." Unfortunately, Jeremiah Bitsui, who played Gus' victim Victor, was hurt—physically—in the scene: He sprained his ankle! "Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston just got very aggressive trying to jam me in [the bucket]; you jimmy it a few times and it just doesn't fit—something's going to end up hurting." Fact: We'll never look at a box cutter the same way again.
fringe_fanatic: Saw the awesome new Fringe teaser and I have to ask: Where is Peter Bishop?
Not in Vancouver, that's for sure. Although the rest of the cast began filming the new season last week, Joshua Jackson told us, "I am not there. I think they are still trying to figure out how and when and why it is that I will be back." "?" indeed.
Tia: Anything new on Parenthood?
Who doesn't love a handsome and charming doctor? Crosby (Dax Shepard), that's who. Come fall Crosby is going to have a little competition for Jasmine's (Joy Bryant) affections. What are the rules on doctor patient relationships if said doctor is your child's pediatrician? Needless to say Crosby will not be happy about this development, but the new doc will be sticking around for at least a few episodes.
Joey in Pasadena: Damages? This season is intense.
Think so? It's about to get even darker when evil mercenary Jerry Boorman's (Dylan Baker) scare tactics (with some serious collateral damage) send Chris (Chris Messina) and his PTSD back to Afghanistan. "It's a pretty dark, crazy season, filled with testosterone," Messina told us. Star Glenn Close added, "The whole issue of these private security companies is still incredibly relevant...In some scary way [mercenaries] could be what's in the future."
LaserTom: Gimme what you got on The Good Wife!
Josh Charles, that handsome devil, tells us that next season will focus more on what makes Will Gardner tick. He was also kind enough to tell us about his pre-Emmy dinner that caters to his nerves: "Xanax and Diet Coke!"
Matt in Madison, Wis.: Because The Good Wife got Emmy love, you should give us some scoop on next season.
Wait, they get the nominations, so you deserve the scoop? How does that work? We're confused, so your plan just might work. Alan Cumming (one of the nominees) tells us the one word that describes next season: "juicy." What's more, he assures us that the politics in next season will consists of more marriage issues and more scandals. Sure does sound juicy. OK, we're done using that word. It's grossing us out.
Serrae: Why is Grey Damon from Nine Lives of Chloe King so pretty?
We don't know the answer to that question, but it is one of the universe's most glorious mysteries. And look! Grey is here to give you some scoop on "Nothing Compares 2 U," tomorrow night's episode. "[The title] pretty much speaks for itself. Basically this episode is the one episode that really breaks some rules for the first time as far as what people can and cannot do and how far they're willing to go to see things through," he tells us. "This is a pivotal episode because of that." Want more from Grey Damon? Come back tomorrow!
Brendan: I think Wilfred is hilarious! What's coming up?
You know that rooftop scene we alluded to in our interview with Jason Gann? What gets Wilfred and Ryan (Elijah Wood) to that hilariously dark place has to do with Wilfred's uncanny ability to cross people to the other side. That or he's just suffocating old people in their sleep. It's a fine line.
Heidi: I can't wait for Blue Bloods to return! Know what's coming up?
We know it's a tough economy, but robbing a bank is never the answer. Especially if things go south and you have to take a hostage and you're a former cop. Bottom line: things get complicated quickly for a former colleague of Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck). But don't worry, it's not all dire. They are looking for a "sympathetic, Kyle Chandler type". Who cares about 20 to life when you are dreamy like him? Swoon. In fact, can all shows start looking for a Kyle Chandler type?
Mark in New York City: Got any scoop on The Killing's second season? I'm still so angry about the season finale I'm not sure whether to watch.
Our new No. 1 suspect, Jamie Wright, virtually confessed to the crime when we tackled Eric Ladin at an AMC premiere. "Well I could just tell you right here [that I killed Rosie Larsen] and just finish this thing," he joked. "What do you say? We won't even go on to season two." As for the fans threatening to actually jump ship because of the unsolved mystery, Eric told us, "I was a little surprised with how much real venom was spewed about the finale. But at the same time I love the controversy. I think only a show that brings out the passion that this show brings out could bring that sort of controversy in people talking about it and the anger. I was thrilled with it." What say you, fans?