Who ya gonna call?! …Shawn and Gus?
Our Psych boys are going to suit up to hunt some ghosts, and we have your first-look photo! Spoiler alert: It's amazing. We've also got intel on a very big scene coming up on Revenge, and casting news for White Collar's new season. All that, plus scoop on One Tree Hill, Justified and so much more in today's Spoiler Chat…
Tony in Ann Arbor, Mich.: Can you scare up some Psych scoop?
Done and done. In next week's "Heeeeere's Lassie!" (directed by star James Roday), Shawn (Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) are hired to do some serious ghostbusting. Their unlikely client? Detective Lassiter, whose condo is causing some seriously dark jujumagumbo! Picture The Shining's Overlook Hotel, with Lassie (Tim Omundson, who'll live-tweet the ep) as Jack Nicholson. Carlton's whole life has been leading to this moment.
Wow, quick and to the point. Alrighty then! Don't expect Ashley (Ashley Madekwe) to be waiting in the wings for long. "I just shot a very juicy scene," Madekwe recently tweeted. "I will say this: It involved a male member of the cast." Need some more on Victoria's sidekick? "She will play a big part in the finale," creator Mike Kelley teases.
Helen: What's next on Justified?
Someone has a big, well-kept secret, and it's revealed in the final moments of next week's episode.
Marianne in Brooklyn: So, I'm still peeved about The Killing's ending; Is the second season worth my while? To quote any Bravo castmember, "We'll have to watch and see!" At least the network warned us that Rosie Larsen's murder won't be solved until the end of this season. (At least it will be solved.) Jamie Anne Allman, who plays Rosie's aunt, says it's "well worth the wait." And, she adds, "a lot of interesting, shocking, surprising things are going to happen and going to be revealed that are beyond finding out who the killer is." Intrigued?
Olivia: One Tree Hill! Is my bb Nathan okay?!
At least we know he's alive. He might not be whistling and skipping around, but Nathan (James Lafferty) is certainly still breathing. And the storyline of Dan (Paul Johannson) trying to find his son only gets better. When we chatted with Lafferty about the final season, he used the term "dark" a lot to describe upcoming episodes. Our second favorite storyline this season? Clay (Robert Buckley) suddenly remembering he's a dad, which also takes a crazy turn down the line. One Tree Hill, you never bore us.
Izzy in Boston: Happy Endings or Modern Family?
We pick…Happy Endings! We're going to flash back to a very, very important time in Brad (Damon Wayans Jr.) and Jane's (Eliza Coupe) dating life. And turns out, one of them almost dumped the other! Of course it all works out in the end, but still. Can you imagine Brad and Jane not together in TV land?
Kline in California: That White Collar finale was amazing! I need to know what's happening with Neal next season!
We hear that White Collar is looking around for a big name actor to play the man responsible for tracking down Neal (Matt Bomer). Can we please submit ourselves to be the one chasing after Glorious Blue-Eyed Bomer? Thanks so much.
Bob in Chicago: Any news on Secret Circle? Heard rumors it might not make it for a second season.
While we wouldn't say it's in the clear just yet, we're pretty confident TSC will be getting another season on the CW. Plus, Ringer's finale being scheduled in April is a good sign for Secret Circle. We're betting on Secret Circle being moved to Fridays next fall to give a new series the oh-so-coveted Vampire Diaries lead-in.
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—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins, Tierney Bricker & Drusilla Moorhouse