Are PB&J gonna be OK?!
Of course, we're talking about The Office's fan favorite couple Jim and Pam, whom we've got major scoop on in today's Spoiler Chat, along with spoilers on the upcoming season of Sons of Anarchy and Parks and Recreation's epic finale. Plus, we've got juicy scoop on Suits' flashback, True Blood's wild episode you won't want to miss, Schmidt's romantic future on New Girl and much more...
A: OMG, The Americans finale was epic! Do you know if the FX series got picked up for another season?
Donald: Happy May! Can I get Sons of Anarchy spoilers?
Happy May to you, too! SoA is set to begin filming soon, because we just caught wind that they are casting for the first episodes. A couple character we'll be introduced to this season: Mary Jane (a sexy and fearless head madam), Armeen, (a super sleazy director of an underground operation), and Gino, (a new right-hand man to [spoiler])!
Melany: Last week's Jim and Pam moment at the end of The Office destroyed me….in a good way. Are they going to face any more obstacles or can JAM fans relax?
The truly heart-wrenching moments are over, but it won't exactly be back to 100 percent bliss for those two. John Krasinski talked about the future of Jim and Pam in a conference call with reporters yesterday. "I remember [Greg Daniels] saying very smartly, ‘We have to give the audience something as far as trying to see a light at the end of the tunnel.' But I don't think it necessarily answers all the questions as to how they'll solve it," he said. "I think as always with Jim and Pam there's a romantic hope that everything will be OK at the end of that episode. Now they have to be a little bit more brass tacks, if you will, as far as getting to understand how this will work."
Sarah: Schmidt and Cece are totally going to end the season together on New Girl, right?!
Hmm…we don't know about that considering Schmidt's ex Elizabeth seems to be making a permanent return to his life! "We were really happy with her and that's a big part of the finale, their relationship and where that ends up. She's just so great and so funny in such a real, emotional way," Liz Meriwether explains of Elizabeth and Schmidt's connection. "I love them together. I love what she does to Schmidt. She brings out this other side of him. I definitely think she's going to continue to be in his life." Translation: Watch out, Cece!
Kyle Q.: I can't believe the season finale of Parks and Rec is already here! What can I expect in tonight's episode?
Somebody's pregnant! And Bert Macklin, aka Andy, is on the case to solve it, because he is the one who finds the positive pregnancy test in the trash. It's a good thing Andy's working on this mystery, because the episode is full of red herrings. And yes, we do end on a semi-cliffhanger. That's not the only big thing happening in the episode. In fact, both Tom and April get storylines set up for next season that will be verrrry interesting. Basically, it's a can't-miss finale!
Donna: I'm a true True Blood fan, which means I need all the spoilers I can get. Thanks in advance!
Episode nine is when things start to get really wild on True Blood. We're talking demented vampires running around, marines and party spirits just tearing stuff up. Trust us, it's an episode you don't want to miss.
Emily: Suits scoop would be lovely!
Harvey's father is coming to town! Kind of! Fans will meet Gordon Specter in a flashback to ten years ago, which will show exactly where Harvey got his good looks and awesome negotiation skills. Gordon is described as a Jeff Bridges type who is warm and compassionate, so let's dream cast the role in the comments, shall we?
Lisa: Anything on Veep?
How about instead of spoilers we just drop some news on you? Veep was renewed for a third season! You're welcome for brightening your day.
—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins and Tierney Bricker