by Kristin Dos Santos | Tue., Oct. 14, 2014 6:10 AM
Anyone else feel like it's been a meeeeeeeeellllllliiiooonn years since Glee was on there? No? Just us? OK, well then, we're still going to pony up some major scoop today anyway to help you with your Glee withdrawals, for you who are having them!
You'll also get the latest on Revenge, Sons of Anarchy, American Horror Story (anyone sleeping? Anyone? Anyone?) and much more, in our weekly roundup of exclusive scoop. Bon appeTV! (Not mine finest.)
Nancy13mm7: Please give us something good to tide us over for Glee? Will Kurt and Blaine end up together?! Brittany and Santana? Quinn and Puck? Sue and Kurt?
No idea where your mind went on that last pairing (say what?), but I can tell you that according to rock-solid sources, the current plan is to have a pretttttyyyy major engagement in the final season, and early on (so you won't have to wait til the last episode). There will be squees. There will be shrieks. There will be singing. 'Cause, you know, it's Glee. Place your bets on who will be getting engaged in the comments section below!
Patti: Juice is just too sweet and adorable, so he can't really die before Sons of Anarchy ends right?
I feel the same way, but unfortunately for the wayward Son, he does something so despicable in this week's episode that he might not be worth saving (and that was painful to write!). This just might be the straw that finally breaks Jax's back, and the episode ends on a Juice-centric cliffhanger that had me screaming at our TV. Plus, Lea Michele makes her grand debut in a role that is so different from anything she's ever done before and is such a stark contrast to Gemma that I almost did a spit take. Glee, this ain't!
Jeaneen: I literally cannot wait until Sunday to see Emily and David finally come face to face! What can we expect from Revenge's big reunion?
Fireworks, of course! "You're going to see a father and daughter probably bond, although it's going to be in a very tumultuous way," Madeleine Stowe spilled to E! News' Marc Malkin while promoting Lights, Camera, Take Action on MS, her new educational campaign with Genzyme for people living with multiple sclerosis. She also teased that we'll see more of Victoria's past, mainly her decision to betray David. "You're going to find out Victoria never really understood why she did what she did and it's actually very obvious because Conrad was involved with terrorists and Victoria knowing this, had to choose between her lover or her son's life."
Kelly: I have been on the edge of my seat after the baby Noah cliffhanger at the end of last week's SVU! Liv can't lose her baby boy already, right?! Is he OK?
Between baby Noah's health crisis and the case—a young man goes on a crime spree against everybody he feels has wronged him, especially women he feels rejected him—and new SVU chief Deputy Chief William Dodds (Peter Gallagher), Benson has her hands more than full. You will get answers about Noah, rest easy. Benson might not be, but you can.
Jo: The first episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show scared the pants off of me! That clown? No thanks. Does it get worse?
Ohhhhh yesssssssssssss. Sadly, it does. And by the end of the second episode we'll be down one "freak," but not at the hands of Twisty. It's American Horror Story, expect lots of death. And on the subject of Twisty, there is a moment you will remember…forever. He's missing a big part of his face.
Ginny in Calif.: I'm all about The Affair right now. I'm obsessed! Please tell me something about the second episode.
You will get two really big clues regarding what we think is the biggest mystery of all: why are Noah and Alison being interrogated by the police? And once again, those two will remember a very important development in their relationship quite differently, but their memories have one thing in common: HEAT. Oh, and hey, here's a little truth bomb you may have missed in episode one: Did you notice that at the end of it, the interrogator (is that a word?) called Alison by a different last name? WHAT THE?!!! God bless this genius show.
John B.: This season of New Girl is SO good right now. What can you tease to keep me excited?
First, let's start with what I'm wearing right now, 'cause it's not just any muumuu and housecoat.....AHEM. I'm happy to report that tonight's outing is the season's best yet, with a classic New Girl flashback, a hot new love interest with the funniest last name ever for Jess, played by Pretty Little Liars' Julian Morris (using his British accent!), and some seriously inappropriate touching. And Nick Miller singing "I'm the best secretary ever" is probably going to be your new ringtone. I'm setting mine now!
Molly: Got anything on The Originals?
The Mikaelson family reunion is going to be a bloody one, and most of the action and anger will be coming from a surprising source: Elijah! "It's an interesting contradiction. He's always talking about family, family, family, but he's really talking about the triumvirate of himself, Klaus and Rebekah, and by extension now Hayley and her child," Daniel Gillies told me. "He doesn't want his mother, father and other brothers to come back. His mother has to be the most threatening force out of all of them and she represents a force that can end them all. Elijah's going to be expecting a war and we can expect to learn a whole lot more about this family in the throes of that war." Let's just hope Elijah's got a good dry cleaner on speed dial, because we get the feeling his suits are about to get really messy.
Madison: OK, I am a total sucker for the love triangle on Red Band Society! Who will Emma choose?
How's this for complicated? In an upcoming episode, Emma will kiss one of the boys, but hold hands with the other. And further complicating matters? A new guy possibly catching Emma's interest.
Sara: I felt ill after watching Nick Jonas get violently beat up in that final scene in Kingdom's premiere. Is he going to be OK?
I KNOW! Such prettiness should not be scathed, you evil TV producers. And that attack is going to have major ramifications for Nate's career as a MMA fighter due to his injuries. "His world is going to be flipped on his head because of that," Jonas says. "He's going to be forced to rely on his real family outside of his gym family. He's going to get to a very dark place." In the meantime, his lack of ability to fight, will probably lead to someone else coming back into the fold.
Leah: How is Sara's death on Arrow going to affect Laurel and Oliver's relationship?
Producer Marc Guggenheim promises that their relationship won't take a hit in the aftermath of that brutal and shocking murder (which I'm still not over, BTW). "It's funny, I just watched a scene between the two of them in episode 6 where it's like the sweetest scene," he said. "I think Sarah's death pulls them closer together rather than further apart. That's not to say there aren't some significant moments of conflict between them also. I mean, that's one of the reasons we killed Sara off. The amount of story and richness that we get out of it…there's a scene in episode 2 where they're going at it and can't stand each other. And there's also a scene in episode 2 where they're the closest they've ever been. And it's all in the same episode."
Cory: Desperate for some Faking It scoop!
Orange Is the New Black's Laverne Cox guest stars in tonight's episode as Margot, the fabulous director of Hester High's elite drama club, and if you love her as inmate Sophia then get ready to bow down as she commands the drama room stage during auditions. She manages to get even the most uptight students to spill their deepest, darkest secrets during their audition monologues, and that's going to have some major ramifications going forward for a few of our Faking It favorites. Plus, get ready to learn the reason why Liam is so hell-bent on being honest all the time—it makes your family drama look practically picturesque!
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—Additional reporting by Tierney Bricker, Chris Harnick and Sydney Bucksbaum
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