WWK, Spoiler Chat, Homeland, Teen Wolf, The Good Wife, The Walking Dead

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Now that Game of Thrones is over and [spoiler] is dead, what do we have to live for? Honestly, it's 36 hours after the finale aired and I'm still grappling with that very question. But let's maybe start dishing some scoop on other shows, and we'll start to feel somewhat normal again? Maybe?

We can dream...

Claire: Life feels incomplete without a weekly panic attack brought on by walkers. It's been so, so long. Have anything for The Walking Dead?
Umm....Have you not been watching the walkers on Game of Thrones? Helps a whole lot, yes? But I feel you. Now we are walkerless for the next few months, and I'm happy to host a Walker-Withdrawl party where we can dress up like our favorites and eat brains and guts and yummies. Sound good? Anyhoodle...When TWD (and zombies) returns this October there's going to be a new couple in the fold. Get prepared to meet Kirk, a former blue-collar dude who was pretty straight-laced…until the world changed and he started looking out for No. 1 (himself). Hilda, a "strong woman" who is far from passive, also joins Kirk in the new season.

Hoechelberry: Teen Wolf?
Simple and direct, we like your style. Also simple? Scott's biggest concern heading into his senior year.  "It's a huge, huge thing for Scott, senior year. Senior year for Scott is huge because high school is very much its own character in the show, it's big for Stiles and Scott," Tyler Posey tells us. "Stiles and Scott are really trying to keep the group together and they are talking about where they are going to go to college and planning where they are going to live…I think for Stiles and Scott, they just really want to keep the pack together." All together now: awww!

Debra: Got any dirt on the new season of Homeland?
Looks like Maggie will finally be getting a baby break in season five, as the show is currently looking to cast the role of Franny's German nanny, Lenya, who is calm, responsible and reassuring. Of course, this fits with the show's move to Germany in the new season. Guten tag, new location!

The Good Wife, Matt Czuchry

CBS

Sarah K.: Ugh, The Good Wife was just so good last season. I need info on what to expect when it comes back!
Sadly, Matt Czuchry is just as in the dark as we are about the new season. But he is hoping for some juicy stuff between former frenemies-turned-legit-friends Cary and Alicia next season. "I think what could be interesting is if they're on opposite sides, but they're in a different place in terms of their connection," Czuchry tells us. "They are friends and I think there's a mutual respect there, so if they are against each other but have that friendship at the same time, those gray areas, to be able to play that, would be interesting." 

Mae: I need Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. scoop STAT!
That potential spinoff, starring Adrienne Palicki and Nick Blood? Not dead just yet! "I think it's still a maybe for sure, but right now, they just didn't have a place for it," Palicki tells us. "They'll find some really fun ways to bring Bobbi in." For now, she's excited to explore more of Bobbi and Lance's complicated relationship. "They're Mr. and Mrs. Smith," she says, "That's a different dynamic to the show that wasn't there before, so it's fun!"

Arrow

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Alison: I'm craving Arrow scoop. Help me out!
We're right there with you. Is it fall yet? We're already anxiously awaiting season four of the CW's hit superhero drama, and when we caught up with Bex Taylor-Klaus at the red carpet premiere for her new MTV series Scream (which we are already obsessed with!), we had to get intel on whether or not we'd see more of Sin in Starling City next year. "I don't know yet!" Taylor-Klaus says with a laugh. "It's up to them if they want to bring me back or not, and I'm just here for the ride if they're ready." You hear that, Arrow team?!

Lily: Are we going to see more of Peyton next season on iZombie?
You missed her in the finale, too? "We adore Aly [Michalka] and we think the show is better when she's in it. We'd love to have more of her," executive producer Rob Thomas says. "But our episodes do fill quickly, with our case-of-the-week story and our zombie mythology stuff, and we knew we were going to lose her to do a pilot this year, so we had to write her in a way that, if her pilot had gone and she was unavailable this year that it made sense. But her pilot did not go, so she is available in year two and we have high hopes that she's going to be in the show. Because she's not a series regular, we can't control her schedule. We can hope that when we write these episodes for her, that she can and will do them."

Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent

Amazon Studios

Michelle: Transparent scoop, pretty please!
Since you asked so nicely: Get ready to my Aunt Bryna. Maura's younger sister, Bryna Pfefferman, will pop up. She's pretty estranged from her family and can be pretty cold, but she does have a humor spark in her…just like her family. The show will also introduce a new public access TV preacher named Pasto Gene Reynolds.

Mark: Got any Gotham scoop?
As if Jim Gordon didn't have enough on his plate with the Penguin's rise to power, now he's going to have to deal with Amygdala! The Fox show is currently casting the Batman comics villain, an incredibly strong and aggressive dude with limited brain function, for season two. They're looking to cast a male in his 30s, described as a "hulking mountain of a man, with a bald or shaven head." The bigger and more muscular, the better!

Also here's what Ben McKenzie can tell you about the new season! (And his undying love for Seth and Ryan, may they ever rest in bromantic peace.)

David Duchovny, Aquarius

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Kara: I am loving Aquarius. I'll take David Duchvony any way I can get him. Will it be back?
Yes, Aquarius is being called an event series—what isn't being called an event series these days?!—but David Duchovny says there are plans for more. "In John McNamara's mind—the writer of the show—we have six seasons, so we would like six events. We would like to continue for six years," he told us. And he'll be along for the ride. "Oh yeah, if they'll have me, yeah," he says about returning.

Michelle: OK, I need to know what's going on in the Finding Carter finale. Help me out?
Thank goodness MTV gave this show an additional 12 episodes this season, because after the cliffhanger in tonight's finale, you're going to be left with your jaws on the floor. Lori is not done messing with Carter's real family, and this time, the secret she's dying to reveal has the power to destroy everyone's happiness for good. Get ready for one intense hour!

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—Additional reporting by Tierney Bricker, Chris Harnick & Sydney Bucksbaum

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