Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, The Vampire Diaries

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The Vampire Diaries has a big cast, and Julie Plec and Co. aren't afraid to kill some of them off, that much we know for sure. (R.I.P., Jenna. And John. And plenty others).

Well, we've got scoop to help update your Vampire Diaries death watch! Plus spoilers on Smash, New Girl, Parks and Rec and more in today's Spoiler Chat…

Gval21: Vampire Diaries—anything on Tyler?
Everyone's favorite hybrid finally returns in episode 19, which will ignite a "jealousy triangle" (executive producer Julie Plec's words!) among Tyler, Caroline and Klaus. But more importantly, fans can update their TVD death watch as we have it on very good authority that Tyler will make it out of this season alive and has big stuff coming up in season four.

Karen in Miami: Anything New Girl would make my day!
Tonight's all-new New Girl is titled, "Normal" but it's safe to say this episode is far from that. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar guest stars as Winston's crazy radio station coworker and teaches him how to "sky hook." And once again, Nick is floundering while trying to find his niche in life so he turns to his old "Idea Notebook'" for some inspiration. Lamorne Morris revealed exclusively to us, "Nick may start a ketchup business." Move over, Heinz! Look's like you've got some condiment competition.

Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

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Scott C.: Parks and Rec scoop, please!
For the show's return on April 19 (sigh, so far away), Parks and Rec is turning the drama up to 11. Basically, Leslie needs to find more money in the government's budget for the parks department, but her ways of getting it create real havoc for her friends. As in, job-termination havoc. Someone in the parks department will be in real danger of getting the boot come episode's end.

Gsierra21: How many episodes will the first season of Smash have?
Fifteen, y'all…but don't worry, your Smash fix doesn't end there as NBC has already ordered a second season of the musical hit! Someone you might not be seeing in season two? Michael aka the former Mr. DiMaggio aka Julia's illicit ex-luvah. "I'm still waiting for my letter of 'you're going to be on it,' " Will Chase tells us.

Keegan Allen, Pretty Little Liars

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MayorMcCheese: Pretty Little Liars news? Pretty please?
Next season, the Pretties will be getting their java fix at The Brew, Rosewood's version the 90210's Peach Pit! Showrunner Marlene King tweeted that we'll see the gang "sharing some coffee talk and secrets" on the summer premiere, June 5.

Samanthasbailey: Got any Hawaii Five-0 scoop?
One H50 scoop coming your way right…about….now: Viewers will meet Chief Fryer's wife, Sandra, in episode 23.

Alison021576: Any scoop on Psych's finale Wednesday? And survival tips for the dreaded hiatus?
We refer to the months without Psych as "The Hurting"—a gaping hole that no amount of gooey chocolate chip cookies can fill. Be warned: waiting for season seven will be especially painful, because Wednesday's finale, Santabarbara Town, ends with a shocking, heartbreaking cliffhanger! On the bright side, Shawn introduces Gus using one of his best nicknames yet (and not just because it uses "God's comma"). But we're here for group hugs all summer—bring it in for the real thing!

Keep those Spoiler Chat questions coming all day, every day: Email or tweet @KristinDSantos!

—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins, Tierney Bricker, Drusilla Moorhouse & Leanne Aguilera

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