ABC, CW, MTV
by Team WWK | Tue., Aug. 7, 2012 6:00 AM
ABC, CW, MTV
We know something you don't know!
Luckily, we're firm believers that sharing is caring, which is why we are going to gift you with a bunch of scoop, including the new guy coming to Revenge and which fairy tale character will be in the spotlight in the season two premiere of Once Upon a Time.
Plus, who is moving out on Happy Endings? And which fan favorite will Parks & Recreation fans be seeing again? We've got all that and scoop on The Vampire Diaries, Scandal and more in today's Spoiler Chat…
Beth: Revenge scoop would be much appreciated! Thanks!
The soapy ABC hit is currently casting the recurring role of Raymond, a self-assured Hamptonite with some rough edges. Luckily, he has enough fancy clothes and a nice set of wheels to cover them up…for now.
Daniella: I'll take anything you've got on Revenge, please!
Season two in a nutshell: "It's a soap opera. Guaranteed someone will be in a hospital. Guaranteed someone will be marrying somebody. Guaranteed someone will be hating somebody. Somebody will be getting divorced. Someone will be going to bed with the wrong person," Henry Czerny teases.
Fred: What's coming up for Dave and Alex on Happy Endings?
It's already been reported that Dave and Alex will be an official couple again at the start of season three, but how serious are they? Moving-in-together serious, y'all! Yes, the duo will be apartment-hunting and yes, hijinks will undoubtedly ensue.
Christine: TVD scoop!
"There's going to be a profound sense of guilt, but shadowing that is going be this overwhelming feeling of being loved. Matt hasn't felt that kind of love since season one or if ever in his life," Zach Roerig says of Mystic Falls' resident human/busboy in the beginning of season four after he learns what happened to Elena (you know, the fangs and bloodlust). "Matt's going to be guilty, but also because he's been loved so much, earn his life everyday." Roerig adds that Matt and Caroline share a scene in the premiere that is "not too emotionally charged" and was the actually the first scene shot of season four. "I was honored to start the year off."
Conor: Love me some Awkward on MTV! Got anything to share about Thurday's episode?
Oh, how about that it is a can't-miss episode with some major moments between Matty and Jenna and Jake and Jenna?! Warning: you may find water falling from your eyes during the episode. Need some more? Well. Sadie commits one of her worst acts yet, horrible, horrible bridesmaid dresses are worn (with even worse hairstyles) and Ringer's Kris Polaha swoops in to woo Jenna's mama (he's totally her Matty). Yes, he's ridiculously good-looking, charming and wears a suit. You're welcome.
Diana: I'm obsessed with Scandal! Anything you can tell me about season two?
Funny you should ask, because that's the exact question we had for star Columbus Short, who tells us he's looking forward to meeting "Harrison's love interest." Finally! But is it someone we know? "Maybe," he teases. Aside from some much-needed romance, Short tells us, "[Harrison] is up to some business this year. It's going to be fun. I'm excited as an actor to play it."
Melissa: You've been lacking on the Supernatural scoop! Make it up to us, please?
While Misha Collins is set to appear in "a minimum of eight" episodes, per CW president Mark Pedowitz, it seems like fans will only be seeing him (at least in the beginning of the season) in flashbacks to purgatory. "You're certainly going to see more of him in terms of understanding what happened in purgatory, and that's as far as we're going, because it's fairly significant what happened in purgatory," new showrunner Jeremy Carver teases of Castiel's role in season eight. As for Dean's mental state post-purgatory and if it will at all resemble his post-hell experience in season four? "Purgatory has a very different effect—and different types of beings that are down there," Carver tells us. "Just because he's driven and he's very into hunting, it doesn't mean all is well."
Tad: I won't watch Parks and Rec next season if Jean Ralphio isn't on it.
Wow, that is a bold statement if we ever heard one. But lucky for you, we got Ben Schwartz to confirm to us that Jean Ralphio will indeed be back in Pawnee next season. And not just for a quick one-episode appearance. "I'm super excited to get on there, it's really fun," he tells us. "And there's enough time for me to play him, before House of Lies starts, for a couple episodes."
—Additional reporting by Tierney Bricker and Jenna Mullins
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