Did you hear the one about Daniel having a new love interest in season two of Revenge? No? Well, then you've come to the right place.
Joshua Bowman dropped some juicy scoop on us regarding what's going on in Daniel's head (and heart) come next season, plus we stumbled upon a Glee casting call that should make Heather Morris fans happy or sad, depending on how you look at it. All that, plus True Blood, Happy Endings, American Horror Story and more in today's Spoiler Chat…
Stefanie: Any scoop on Revenge? I'm counting down the days until season two!
In the finale script, Daniel originally did more than just share a drink with Ashley after Emily ended their engagement! "The shock was me getting with Ashley," Josh Bowman tells us, before adding, "I don't know if they shot that actually." While we're pretty sure fans won't be thrilled with their hookup, Josh is embracing it as he hopes to see more of Daniel's dark side in season two. "I just hope Mike [Kelley] keeps me going in a direction. To be a pawn in the game isn't really that much fun but to have a purpose and an agenda is what the show is really about," he explains. "You've got to buy some poker chips to play in the game."
Beth: We Glee fans have been patiently waiting for some season-four scoop! Don't let us down!
All right, all right…how about some scoop on a newbie fans will be meeting next season? The Fox hit is currently looking to cast the role of a 16-year-old girl who meets the three "B" requirement: beautiful, bitchy and blond. (Hmmm…sound familiar?) While good vocals are appreciated for this currently recurring gig, girlfriend must dance extremely well. (We're talking Heather Morris level of awesome here, Gleeks.) Could it be someone to compete against Brittany...or replace her?
Melissa: Any scoop on True Blood, preferably about my new favorite vamp Tara?!
Mama Thornton is coming back, y'all! Yes, viewers will be seeing Tara's mother again this season. We caught up with Adina Porter at the premiere of her new HBO show The Newsroom, where she tells us, "I am [returning], but with True Blood you never know how I'm coming back because there are flashbacks. There are flashbacks, there's the future…a person can appear in many different ways." Any predictions, fangbangers?!
Trish in Toronto: Since Brad and Jane from Happy Endings weren't in the poll for Best Couple, can you give me some scoop to make up for it?
Hey, if we were running the Golden Remote Awards, they would have been. But we let you guys have control, because that's how we like things. This just got weird. Anyway, Eliza Coupe is really excited to see how Jane lives life with an unemployed husband, a storyline she thinks will dominate the first few episode of season three. And guess what else she pitched? Prostitution. "I think it'd be great if Jane was like, 'We're a modern couple, I'm going to go out and work the streets as a hooker,'" Coupe tells us. "Brad can be a superhero and Jane can be a hooker." Best couple ever, right?!
Buzz: I need more info on American Horror Story's new season!
This character bombshell dropped fairly quietly over at MTV.com: Jessica Lange will be playing a nun! "She's not playing this kind of ersatz Tennessee Williams character this time," AHS writer Tim Minear tells MTV News. "She's playing an administrator of a facility. It's different. In this instance, she's a bride of Christ." Season two of the FX hit will take place at an East Coast mental institution, so don't count on getting much sleep after watching the new episodes.
Jacqui: Got any information on Teen Wolf?
Two words: bottle episode! "We've just started editing episode 10, which is something of a bottle episode as it takes place mostly inside the Sheriff's Station," creator Jeff Davis tells us. "It's tense and dramatic and I'm quite excited to see how the cut turns out."
Ethan: Anything on White Collar? It's the best thing about summer!
Matt Bomer is the best thing about any season. Fact. Anyway, White Collar will take a political turn around episode 12, so be on the lookout for a senator character who'll stick around for two-episodes—his actions are primed and ready to impact everybody.
—Additional reporting by Tierney Bricker and Jenna Mullins