Spoiler alert! Do not read the following article if you have yet to watch Beauty and the Beast's season finale! Seriously, no complaining about spoilers in the comments 'cause you've been warned!
Deep breaths, Beauty and the Beast fans: Your beloved Beast, Jay Ryan, is here for you after tonight's game changer of a finale.
"I'm going to change my Twitter account into a personal help line where people can get daily help and information from professionals," he tells us. "I think it might be needed." Ya think?! In the CW breakout hit's season one finale, Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) received one hell of a shocking revelation about her family (her dad isn't her real dad)!
We caught up with Ryan and Kreuk on the red carpet at the CW's upfront presentation in New York City, where they dished on Vincent and Catherine "being pulled apart" in season two!
"Our show is going to go through a lot of changes next year," Kreuk says of next season, which will premiere in October in a new timeslot, Mondays at 9 p.m. "There's so much that's been changed up, which I think is great. The show has so much potential and I hope we can tap into that more."
Of course, that potential also includes major shifts in Vincent and Catherine's relationship, which may experience some rough waters in season two. "It's still early obviously, but I think, I'm guessing, there's going to be a lot more pulling Vincent and Catherine apart," Kreuk reveals. "I don't know if it will be internal personal struggles, more external forces that are moving them apart.
And what did big boss Jennifer Levin tell us about "VinCat" in season two? "We spent this season really bonding Cat and Vincent, and they are so strong together," she previews. "I think next year we want to put some obstacles in their way and really challenge their relationship, so that's what we've been talking about, how to do that."
Excuse us while we go to Ryan's Twitter account and seek some help.
As for Ryan, he's hoping Vincent has time to take a trip down memory lane, telling us, "I want Vincent to delve into his past. I want to meet some people from his family, people that he didn't get to say goodbye to and really get to know that old Vincent and bring those people into his life and Catherine's."
What did you think of Beauty and the Beast's finale? What would you like to see in season two? Sound off in the comments!