Happy Monday, TV fans! Is there any better way to start your week off right than with an extra-hot cup of Spoiler Chat? Better than caffeine, some studies prove!*
Today, we've got intel on a love triangle that's brewing on one of the best love-triangle networks around: the CW. Plus, guess which CSI: Miami star will be popping up somewhere other than a crime scene, as in a completely different show? All that, and scoop on Glee, Mad Men, Castle and more in today's daily Spoiler Chat…
Gaby: Anything on 90210?
No one can rock love triangles like shows about troubled and beautiful young adults, right? "There is definitely going to be a love triangle with Silver, Liam and Navid," Jessica Stroup tells us. "Navid does come back and he's going to be involved in it and there's going to be some drama. The boys may actually fight, which makes me really happy, but as far as Liam and Silver, it's one of those things you've seen maybe brewing for a while. They're both good friends and whatnot and finally it picks up at the end of the season and I kind of love where it's going."
Lenny: Guilty pleasure scoop on Necessary Roughness please!
There is nothing guilty about this scoop we're about to throw at you. CSI: Miami's hunky Adam Rodríguez will appear in Necessary Roughness' upcoming second season. He'll be appearing as Julio "Gonzo" Gonzalez, one of the best hitters in baseball who finds himself in a very bad slump. Does his guest role mean curtains for CSI: Miami? Fear not, friends. He's just appearing in one episode. Now you guys can all head down to the comments and make A-Rod jokes.
Jen in Los Angeles: Loving the Mad Men recaps! Give me scoop on fat Betty! I love fat Betty.
Christopher Stanley, AKA Betty's hubby Henry, promises an unconventional TV marriage to entertain you for the season, and maybe beyond. "It's a relationship and a marriage unlike any other and it's going to have its bumps in the road," he tells us. "They're both very much in love with each other and there's going to be some push and pull as these characters evolve and as Betty sort of starts to find out a little bit more about who she is." Could this marriage actually stick? Fingers crossed.
Sasha: We know you've seen the next Glee episode, so can you tell us your favorite part?
You mean besides the two-punch of Matt Bomer being amazing and another Darren Criss boxing scene? Probably the dynamic developing between two New Direction members that barely interacted before "Big Brother." Also, there's a surprising Sue Sylvester twist, and some of the season's funniest lines, courtesy of Sue and Bomer's character Cooper. Oh, and you Finchel luhhvers definitely will want to tune in. Can't say any more about that, but it's another episode-ending scene. Might be good or bad.
Michelle in Lexington, Ky.: True Blood! Season five is still too far away!
We're just going to direct you to the season-five promo video that was just released, because not only is it full of spoilers, but we would never dream of depriving you the chance to see all the hot men of True Blood in all their glorious forms: humans, vamps and werewolves.
Sarah: You never give us Switched at Birth scoop! What gives?!
Apologies, dear reader! How about some SAB scoop to make up for our negligence? The adorable ABC Family hit is currently casting two hot recurring roles: One is a sexy and confident chef while the other is a sexy and cute line cook. If you can't stand the heat…
Talia: I know Blair fans will hate this question, but I want to know what's going on with Ivy. #gossipgirl
"Now that Ivy is actually an insider, but she wasn't born there, the question will be, do people have to accept her?" Josh Safran muses to us. "I think that story goes into really interesting places because it really challenges the fabric of the Upper East Side. Lily and Rufus aren't even living there anymore and here's this woman who is now tied to them." And y'all better get used to Ivy being around the UES, because Safran says that Gossip Girl has "every intention of Kaylee [DeFer] being back next season."
Vince in Lansing, Mich.: Anything on Castle? I need scoop!
The penultimate episode of the season is titled "Always," which is an interesting enough tidbit on its own. But wait, we've got more! We're also going to meet a new character in that episode that'll stick around for the finale, too. He's described as a cold and calculating former military man.
Gina in Los Gatos, Calif.: I am not ready for One Tree Hill to end. Please tell me it's all a dream.
Sorry, boo. One Tree Hill is definitely ending for good on Wednesday. It hurts, yes, but did you see our supercool awesome fabulous OTH giveaway? That'll help lessen the sting.
Shannon: I know it's way early but anything on Boardwalk Empire?
Clearly you weren't watching the Game of Thrones premiere last night and shame on you! But you also missed the first teaser for the new season of Boardwalk Empire. It's pretty clear that Nucky's (Steve Buscemi) shocking acts in last season's finale will affect him going forward. He's not messing around anymore!
—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins, Tierney Bricker, Drusilla Moorhouse & Christina Dowling
*Studies done by one person, who hates coffee