Spoiler Chat: Scoop on The Walking Dead, Pretty Little Liars, How I Met Your Mother, Nashville and More!

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By Team WWK Feb 07, 2013 2:00 PMTags
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The wait it almost over.

The Walking Dead returns on Sunday and we've got some juicy scoop from the AMC zombie hit's executive producer on what rabid fans can expect from the rest of season three. (Hint: Stock up on tissues now!) Plus, we've got dish on How I Met Your Mother's final season, Pretty Little Liars' season finale, and the season four premiere of Community, which airs tonight at 8 p.m. on NBC. (That was your not so subtle tune in reminder, folks!)

Not enough for you? Spoilers on Nashville, Game of Thrones and more also await you!

Sean in Houston: Thanks for the Walking Dead post! Anything else you can give us about Sunday's premiere?
Producer Gale Anne Hurd warns us that we'd better stop getting attached to characters on the show. "There are a lot of humans in serious jeopardy. There's a lot of betrayal. There's a little love. There's a lot of zombie action. And then we get to say goodbye sadly to a few more people," she reveals. When we asked if it was main or fan-favorite characters dying, that is when she zipped her lips. "I can't tell you that. It is a zombie apocalypse so…" We are now worried for everyone on the show.

Taylor: You promised us a picture of Ezra and Aria playing with his son on Pretty Little Liars a few weeks back. Where is it?!
Oh, we haven't forgotten, Ezria fans! In fact, you should check back with us in just a few short hours...wink wink! To tide you over until then, enjoy this ominous finale  tease from Janel Parrish: "It's going to be darker and crazier than anything we've done yet."

Exclusive first look at Matt Damon on House of Lies

Shannon: I haven't seen Nashville scoop in a while. Pony up!
A sexy new singing cowboy will be rolling into two to stir up trouble between [spoiler] and [spoiler]. And he's every bit as charming as Blake Shelton, if you can believe it.

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Joanna: Have you heard anything else about a Gossip Girl movie?
Stephanie Savage told us after the finale that there has been talk about it. "We've never had any legitimate conversations about doing a movie until we were saying goodbye," she said. "Then we said, 'We'll do a movie, Broadway show or reunion show, right?'" Getting the cast back together...that is the tricky part. For example, Blake Lively seems to be happy to step away from the show. "It's really exciting for it to be over," she reveals. "It's like being in a school you really love. You love it, but your senior year when you're finally released to do something else you're really excited to move on to the next chapter." Yeah, but our senior year didn't involve moving on to marriage with Ryan Reynolds! To her credit, she didn't veto the idea of the movie per se; she definitely misses the people on Gossip Girl. "It's bittersweet. I miss everyone I worked with, the cast and the crew," she says.

Tricia: So excited that Community finally returns tonight! Scoop in honor of season four finally arriving please!
In the third episode, a fan-favorite couple will wake up in bed. Together. Naked. Enough for ya?

Doug: I heard a nasty rumor that Neil Patrick Harris would not be back on How I Met Your Mother next season because he wants to focus on his movie career. Is that true?
Absolutely not. Who started that terrible rumor? Let's put it to rest now, with help from Cobie Smulders, his soon to be onscreen wife. "We've known for kind of a while. Yes, we're officially coming back, and I could not be more excited. It would be really sad if this was it. We have about six more episodes left [this season]." Speaking of those six episodes, would you believe that Ted still has some Robin issues to work out before she gets married to Barney?!

Terry: Gimme those Game of Thrones spoilers I know you have!
How do you know that? You have cameras set up in our office, don't you? Now you know we sometimes dance around to Ace of Base in the morning. Anyway, HBO has released the official logline for the first episode of season three, and it goes a little something like this: "Jon is brought before Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall, while the Night's Watch survivors retreat south. In King's Landing, Tyrion asks for his reward, Littlefinger offers Sansa a way out, and Cersei hosts a dinner for the royal family. Arya runs into the Brotherhood Without Banners. Dany sails into Slaver's Bay."

—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins and Tierney Bricker

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