Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Bones, Big Bang, Walking Dead, Supernatural …
July 17, 2012 04:00 PM PDT
Question: Got any intel on The Walking Dead‘s midseason culmination (a.k.a. Season 3, Episode 8)? —Pam
Ausiello: The startle and astonishment you’ll feel while examination a partial will fast give approach to dread, according to exec writer Robert Kirkman. “It’s unequivocally going to be something that will make we hatred a winter and be failing for a second act of a deteriorate to start,” he shares, “which is a fun routine that we consider adds to a expectation and fad of a show. we don’t wish to spoil anything or guarantee too much, yet I’m unequivocally unapproachable of a partial and we consider people are unequivocally going to puncture it.”
Question: Any refurbish on a talks to move How we Met Your Mother behind for a ninth season? —Charlie
Ausiello: They’re about to begin. But mixed sources stressed to me that a trail to an central renovation will be prolonged and (possibly) bumpy. According to one insider, CBS and writer 20th Century Fox Television have had rough discussions to set a horizon for arriving negotiations. Translation: They have talked about environment a time to talk. But before both sides can induce a new chartering price agreement, 20th has to tighten new deals with a expel and producers. So it’s substantially best to list this until around January.
Question: Got any Glee dip that didn’t come out of a show’s Comic-Con row (awesome pursuit moderating, BTW)? —Steven
Ausiello: we overheard a small pre-panel hum concerning Rachel’s transition from McKinley to NYADA — namely that it will be rough. And I’m not usually referring to a hurdles she’s going to face with her dancing. Speaking of Comic-Con, demeanour during all a huge Ausholes we ran into while in San Diego!
Question: we can’t trust Damian McGinty isn’t returning to Glee. Should we even worry signing a petitions that are out there? —Chrissy
Ausiello: Nah. Probably a rubbish of time. Sounds to me like a preference is flattering final.
Question: Any news on possibly Grant Gustin will lapse to Glee? —Ally
Ausiello: Discussions are happening. we hear a uncover would unequivocally most like him behind in some capacity.
Question: What’s a genuine dip on my favorite Glee couple, Kurt and Blaine? —Rob
Ausiello: we consider you’ll have a flattering good thought where things mount with them by a finish of a Sept. 13 deteriorate premiere.
Question: What can we design to see from Season 9 of The Office? —Chris
Ausiello: You can design to accommodate Dwight’s kooky house in this season’s fourth episode. According to sources, that’s when NBC is formulation to atmosphere a Schrute-centric planted spin-off The Farm.
Question: Can we get a new spoiler on a Bones deteriorate premiere? —Marina
Ausiello: We’ll find out what Pelant did to Brennan’s alarm clock. “That will be a partial of a initial episode,” confirms EP Stephen Nathan. “The clock, a surveillance, footage — all will come back. Whether it’s resolved or not, we can’t tell you. we would suppose it’s not all going to be resolved.”
Question: Thank we for all your extraordinary interviews from Comic-Con — generally a David Boreanaz QA! Did we occur to get any some-more Bones dip from Stephen Nathan or Emily Deschanel? —Elena
Ausiello: Deschanel no, Nathan yes. “There will be a new adore seductiveness for Cam, and it will be very, unequivocally surprising,” says a trainer man. “Somebody that we would not design to seem in her life.” Bonus scoop: It’s someone we’ve already met! Hit a comments with your best guesses!
Question: Give me a mangle and dump me a Supernatural scoop, wouldya? —Jordan
Ausiello: Dean’s going to find himself “indebted” to one of those limbo badasses a EPs teased during a show’s Comic-Con panel. “There’s going to be a impression [introduced in Episode 1] that gets Dean out,” reveals Jensen Ackles. “It’s like, ‘I need we and we need me.’ And of course, he’s not a good guy. That impression stands to poise a bit of an emanate for Dean since maybe there are things that Dean has dark that he doesn’t wish to tell Sam that happened in purgatory.” Bonus scoop: Rumor has it a evildoer in doubt sports fangs.
Question: Can we give us a teeny-tiny taste on possibly Misha Collins and Jim Beaver are behind as regulars on Supernatural? —Rowan
Ausiello: Watch this video and review between a lines, Ro.
Question: Any thought how prolonged Howard will be in space on The Big Bang Theory? —Jeff
Ausiello: Roughly 3 or 4 episodes. But as EP Steve Molaro reveals, “Howard learns that even yet he creates it all a approach adult to space, all a issues of life that tormented him don’t stay on Earth. [They] have a approach of following him all a approach to a space station.” Might one of those issues engage his vital conditions (i.e. will he flog his mom to a curb)? “They’ve got to understanding with that when he comes back,” confirms associate EP Bill Prady. “And it comes adult flattering quickly.”
Question: Any spoilers on Nikita? —Dorothy
Ausiello: Melinda Clarke’s Amanda will be MIA during a initial few episodes of Season 3. But fear not, she will be behind by Nov sweeps with a vengeance.
Question: Do we have any dip on Necessary Roughness? —Cathy
Ausiello: Glad we asked! we hear that Dani’s younger sister, Ronnie, will uncover adult this season, and that she’s a genuine pistol: a Vegas blackjack play who Lindsay and Ray Jay consider is a lot of fun yet who’s a large pain in her sister’s tush. Look for a shrink’s kin to seem in Episode 14.
Question: we have a Shameless question: Can we be best friends so we can know all of a super-secret scoop? —Jami
Ausiello: How about we start as coop pals? Let this offer as my initial summary to you: The Gallagher domicile is going to get a small bigger in a arriving third season. Molly, Mandy’s 9-year-old half-sister, comes to live with a dysfunctional family when her meth-addict mom dies. But a small orphan’s not a usually new impression we’ll meet. There’ll also be Patty, one of Fiona’s comparison grocery-store co-workers, who’ll conflict a feisty Gallagher lady when she tries to convene a staff opposite a manager’s “unusual demands.” And following Grandma Peg’s cancer diagnosis final season, we’ll accommodate Wendy, a college tyro volunteering during a stay for children with a disease, and Hanley, one of a brave campers.
Question: Got anything on Blue Bloods‘ third season? —Michelle
Ausiello: How about this? Danny Reagan arrested a bank pirate years ago, and that male went to jail. Now he’s out, a adore of his life and their 7-year-old are dead… and he blames Danny. we hear a ex-con, whose name is John, is intelligent and impossibly vindictive. In short, Danny improved nap with one eye open.
Question: Do we have any dip on Political Animals, generally about possibly of a brothers? —Craig
Ausiello: If you, as I/some did, came divided from a premiere worrying that James Wolk’s impression was a bit blah, count on that changing big-time. “Let’s usually put it this way: The goody two-shoes that we see [in a pilot] is not going to sojourn a goody two-shoes,” Wolk positive us with a wink. “Things are going to get a small wild, and all of a characters are going to be kind of tarnished — that is what we want.” And how! (Hmm, we consternation if this has to do with intent Doug removing close with Carla Gugino’s impression in a promos…?)
Question: Any dip on Covert Affairs? —Melissa
Ausiello: Fan fave Oded Fehr earnings as Eyal in Episode 5 to comfort Annie in a arise of final week’s bomb deteriorate premiere. “It is protected to contend she is happy to see him again,” previews executive writer Matt Corman. “He brings a singular viewpoint to what she went through. He is such a seasoned view that he is a small bit outward of her normal world, yet also is means to kind of contextualize trauma.” EP Chris Ord elaborates that Eyal is singly competent “being Israeli, where there are a series of automobile bombs” to assistance Annie, adding, “He positively can yield viewpoint on what Annie went through.”
Question: Any large Chris Gorham episodes entrance adult this deteriorate on Covert Affairs? —Jill
Ausiello: The Jul 24 outing, “The Last Thing You Should Do,” is unequivocally Auggie-centric. “He’s out in a field,” reveals Ord. “Very action-packed, I’ve got to say.”
Question: I’d happily take a Parenthood spoiler off your hands. —Mike
Ausiello: Zeek’s going to get a new friend early in a season. “He’s a returning infantryman from Afghanistan who Zeek meets, and they connect,” showrunner Jason Katims tells me of a new and uncast role. “We’ve always wanted to find a story where we can excavate into a small of Zeek’s troops history.”
Question: Do we occur to know when Parks and Recreation will be going to Washington, D.C.? we live there and we wish to stalk, er, observe them sharpened on location. —Diego
Ausiello: You didn’t hear this from me, yet Amy Poehler and Adam Scott (and possibly a third actor) are headed there this week.
Question: we have a blazing Once Upon a Time doubt — was a outward universe influenced when a abuse was broken? —Jen
Ausiello: That’s what EP Adam Horowitz referred to as “an glorious question” when it was lobbed to him during Comic-Con over a weekend. “I consider a best approach to answer that,” he responded, “is to contend that that will be explicated rather quickly.” Explicate: To investigate and rise (an thought or principle) in detail.
Question: Any dip on Aug from Once Upon a Time? Please don’t contend they’re not bringing him back. —Rae
Ausiello: “We are unequivocally going to tell what happened to Pinocchio,” EP Edward Kitsis positive us during Con. “The final we saw, he was wood.” Added Horowitz: “We gotta figure out what happened to him. We started a story and we intend to finish it.”
Question: Any some-more small hints about a couple/show during a core of your recent marriage blind item? —Mia
Ausiello: It’s Gossip Girl. Or Hart of Dixie. Or 90210. One of those.
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