You know what they say: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So why not binge on some TV spoilers?!
In today's Spoiler Chat, we've got scoop on a fan-favorite couple's future on The Office, three new characters fans will be meeting in Once Upon a Time's season finale and a juicy Big Bang Theory storyline. Oh, and three huge things you can expect from the Mad Men season premiere.
Plus, we've got scoop on New Girl, Beauty and the Beast, Sherlock and more!
Colin: Loving all the Sherlock scoop you've been sharing recently. I can haz more?
But of course! Any excuse to talk about Sherlock. Cocreator and star Mark Gatiss revealed on his Twitter the title of the first episode of season four: "The Empty Hearse." Sounds like the episode will be based on the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story The Adventure of the Empty House. And hopefully, having the word "hearse" in the title means that we will find out just how Sherlock faked his death.
Hank: Would love some scoop on Once Upon a Time's finale!
The ABC fantasy hit is currently casting three 16-year-old boys who are part of a sinister group. The leader Felix is tough, while the other two are identical twins and all three roles could becoming recurring. Hmm…could we be meeting the Lost Boys?!
Freddy: I haven't been this worried about Jim and Pam on The Office since season three! Scoop, pleeeeease…
We cornered executive producer Ben Silverman and demanded to know why he was trying to hurt our Jam-loving hearts by breaking them up, and he told us that whatever happens will be true to who Jim and Pam are as a couple. "Their relationship has gone through the rhythm of a lot of relationships. There's not a lot of us who can survive nine years of knowing each other and the twists and turns and the compromises one has to make," he says. "So I think one of the great things [about Jim and Pam's relationship] is that it's true. It's very consistent with the way we really are."
Daisy: I need something on Mad Men now—I can't wait until April 7 for the premiere!
Fortunately for you, we've seen the episode and can assure you it's worth the wait! Here are five things you can expect to see: a wedding, two deaths, Megan rocking several colorful bikinis, a dramatic physical transformation from Betty and one character dropping an F-bomb (is that even allowed on AMC?!). As for the finale's big question—did Don cheat on Megan?—let's just say that will no longer be a question by the end of the two-hour premiere.
Shania: What do you have on Big Bang Theory?
Right now they are casting someone to play a paramedic. We can't reveal much more than that, but we will say that Sheldon and Leonard are both involved with what we shall call "the incident."
Cheryl in Atlanta: I want Jess to get her life back together on New Girl, so outside of hooking up with Nick, is that happening anytime soon?
Does employment count as "getting her life back together?" If so, you'll be happy to know that in the season-two finale, Jess will be very close to getting a teaching job again. Unfortunately, she has three things distracting her from really impressing everything at the school: being the maid of honor in Cece's wedding, Winston's birthday and figuring out what in the hell is going on with her and Nick.
Jackie: I'm going to miss J.R. on Dallas, but love the new mystery his death set up. Any scoop to share?
Fans will soon be meeting Pedro Lavin, who is tough, foreboding and humorless. Also, we're sure he's going to play a big part in the 'Who Shot J.R.?' mystery as he's a Mexican police sergeant.
Erika: Beauty and the Beast spoilers?
Sounds like Beauty and the Beast is hopping on the Star Wars train because soon they'll be introducing Chewy! Obviously it's not actually Chewbacca, but there is a character named Chewy who will first hit on Catherine, and then try and beat her up, and then threaten her life. And that's just the first scene with him. All in a day's work as a really attractive detective.
—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins and Tierney Bricker