Advice before reading today's Spoiler Chat: Take deep breaths, it will all be OK!
It's finale season, which means anxiety is high in the TV world and for good reason: Finales equal drama! We've got scoop on a major Glee exit, an Arrow hookup and what's next on New Girl heading into their final episodes of the season. We've also got spoilers on The Office's series finale, Arrested Development's highly anticipated return, Modern Family and more, so dig on in!
Kathy from Naperville, Ill.: Did the Girl on Top elite eight poll close??
Nah, girl. It's still going! But today is your last day to vote, so hop to it!
Lola: For Nurse Jackie: will she stay together with Frank?
Frank and Jackie's relationship develops quite nicely, despite her dysfunctional situations in the past with men. Dare we even say that Frank will make her…happy? One of our favorite scenes of the entire season is in an upcoming episode, where Jackie finally realizes in the middle of a very intense situation just how much she cares for Frank.
Erika: Thank you for the Homeland scoop in Spoiler Chat! Any chance we can get more, maybe about Carrie and Brody?
We'll do you one better. Showtime released the official synopsis for season three, and it goes a little something like this: "Season 3 opens during the aftermath of the horrific terror attack that decimated the U.S. intelligence apparatus, and prompted a global manhunt for the world's most wanted terrorist—Nick Brody. As Carrie and Saul begin to pick up the pieces of their shattered professional and personal lives, they are swept up in the political and media firestorm surrounding the terror attack and the subsequent search for Brody's whereabouts." Can Sept. 29 come sooner?
Taryn: Last night's New Girl was the best one yet! But I need scoop on what comes next right now!
Expect a lot to go down in a short amount of time! "The final three episodes are all consecutive days. It's the three days leading up to Cece's wedding," executive producer Liz Meriwether tells us. "[Nick and Jess] have sex at the end of [last night's episode], and the next episode starts the next day. It's just dealing with the aftermath of that and Cece getting married and all those complications."
Watson: It is officially May, which means that it's Arrested Development month! Got scoop?
Michael Cera told us on the carpet at the Arrested Development premiere that George Michael's crush on his cousin Maeby isn't exactly a thing of the past. Maybe (see what we did there?) it isn't meant to be, but we'll know for sure once Arrested Development's new season premieres on Netflix on May 26!
Jenny: You know I can't go too long without Glee spoilers from you guys. Thanks!
See this photo from the season finale? Take a good, long look at it, because by next season, someone in that picture will not be returning as a series regular. Feel free to print it out and frame it.
Rebekka M.: I think I might ask for Office scoop every day until the finale. Help a sister out?
An Office sister? We're always game to help those kinds of sisters out. In case you missed it, Rainn Wilson tweeted recently this good news: "There r 3 AMAZING eps of The Office left. Each 1 is an hr long & the last 1 MIGHT b a bit longer. Plan on watching heart-aching brilliance." Looks like we'll be getting that supersized Office finale we've been begging for! Also, we're talking to John Krasinski and executive producer Greg Daniels later today, so check back for more Office scoop!
Cynthia: Need some Arrow scoop!
Start girding your loins now 'cause Oliver is going to sleep with someone by seasons's end!
Paula: First time asking a question and it's about Modern Family. It's my favorite show and I'd love some info on what's coming up. Thanks!
How about scoop on the finale? Would that please your pants? (That was weird). Anyway, the gang all travels to Florida after Phil's mom passes away, and her last wish for Phil is a doozy. Ty Burrell pulls out a really emotional performance while in the midst of his mission, which makes him a shoo-in for yet another Emmy nod. Plus, one of the adults makes a big, life-changing decision, but it's a secret for now. Oh, and Fred Willard is back as Phil's dad and he's amazing, but that's not a surprise, is it?
—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins and Tierney Bricker