Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Bones, Good Wife, Once, White Collar, Supe, Big Bang and More

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Question: Despite Booth’s dangerous situation in jail, will Bones‘ Booth and Brennan have seen each other by the time the Season 10 premiere rolls around (via conjugal visits…)? —Amelia
Ausiello: Responds EP Stephen Nathan: “They will definitely have seen each other. Although they won’t have touched each other. It will be three months later when we see them again. And they have been through a lot.” (Side note: Props to David Boreanaz for directing that spectacular, feature film-quality shootout at Booth and Brennan’s crib at the conclusion of the finale. I’m still catching my breath.)

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Question: Any word on how long Glee’s final season will be? —Terry
Ausiello: Discussions regarding the exact episode count continue, but I hear it’ll be roughly 13 episodes.

SochaQuestion: I gave Once Upon a Time in Wonderland a shot because I love Once Upon a Time, but I stuck with it partly because of Michael Socha as the Knave/Will Scarlet.  Do you have any intel on his role in OUAT Season 4?  –Julie
Ausiello: Interestingly, the series creators are thus far staying mum on how Socha will fit into next season. “It’s too early for us to tease,” Adam Horowitz says, “but we think Michael is a fabulous actor and we have a way for him to fit into our group that’s fun. He’ll bring a new vibe and color to the show.”

Question: I’ll take anything you’ve got on which suitor Rayna will pick when Nashville comes back. –Christina
Ausiello: You sure you want “anything”? Because what I’ve got will raise the ire of exactly half of the show’s fans (AKA those loyal to Deacon): Newly upped series regular Will Chase tells TVLine, “My gut says that Luke and Rayna will be [together], but you never know. They have to write some more stories.”

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Question: Tyler Hoechlin posted a picture of Colton Haynes on the Teen Wolf set and now I’m freaking out! Is Jackson coming back in Season 4?!?! — Kira
Ausiello: Sadly, Kira (interesting name, by the way), I’m told Haynes was “just visiting” his old friends in Beacon Hills. There aren’t currently any plans for the Arrow star to return — or even make a cameo — on Teen Wolf right now, but he clearly remains a big supporter.

Question: I’m so excited to see Hayley as a hybrid on The Originals. Any chance Elijah will become her vampire mentor? –Jess
Ausiello: Well, Jess, you’re not alone; Phoebe Tonkin is also stoked about her new role. “I’m so excited, they’ve already fitted me for fangs,” Tonkin tells TVLine. “I’ve always wanted to play a vampire, so I couldn’t be more thrilled.” As for which of the bloodsuckers in her life will be showing her how to use those fangs, Tonkin is wary of planting any Haylijah seeds in our heads. “It’ll be interesting to see who she strikes up relationships with during this journey,” she teases. “Maybe she and Klaus could form an unexpected friendship.”

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Question: What is the most exciting place Covert Affairs is traveling to this season? –Sarai
Ausiello: The show’s passport this season will get stamped in Paris, France… Venezuela… and possibly also South Africa, we’re hearing.

Question: Any news on what White Collar’s final season will bring? —Michael
Ausiello: Here’s an interesting tidbit: The storyline for the six-episode swan song was partly conceived by leading man Matt Bomer himself. “I had this wild idea about how the story should end, and I talked to Tim [DeKay] about it and I talked to Willie [Garson] about it and we talked to [series creator] Jeff Eastin,” he tells us. “Everybody put their two cents in and were vibing on it. I think we came up with something that’s really fun and fitting. When I thought about it, it was really the only way we could end the show. I hope everyone’s happy with it.”

TVDQuestion: I would love to get scoop on The Vampire Diaries‘ Stefan and Caroline! Will they start dating soon? –Amy
Ausiello: Paul Wesley thinks they should bypass the dating stage altogether. “They need to have sex, just get right to it,” he says with a laugh. “We’d have sex in the Salvatore crypt. That’s the way to go, man.” Nina Dobrev, meanwhile, has a hunch Elena will “figure out a way to be OK” with Caroline’s feelings for Stefan, adding, “It’s going to be a little awkward, but let’s be real, who is Elena to judge? She dated a brother, then dated his brother, then went back and forth. She can’t say anything. She has no right.”

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Question: Got anything on this week’s Americans finale? —Craig
Ausiello: According to Matthew Rhys, “There is an enormous [curveball] that tees up the third season beautifully in a frightening way, in a way that will bring greater conflict [between] Philip and Elizabeth. What happens at the end of the finale is going to bring such division to the two of them… It plays beautifully to their paranoia as a lifestyle they can’t sustain. Because they realize how dangerous their lives are.”

Question: Is there any hope for reconciliation between Supernatural‘s Sam and Dean, and a stronger brotherhood in Season 10?  –Mae
Ausiello: Granted, you sent this in before the landscape-changing events of the season finale. But when we ran your Q by Jared Padaelcki at Upfronts, he emphatically answered: “I hope so. I hope so. You see in the finale a lot of what makes Sam and Dean ‘Sam and Dean.’ There’s a lot of that brotherly love that the show is based on. So hopefully next season we bounce off of that.” (Once someone gets their eyes looked at, of course.)

The Good Wife Season 6Question: That Alicia-Cary fight in The Good Wife finale was pretty raw. Can the legal duo bounce back from it? –Miles
Ausiello: Let’s go straight to EP Robert King for his outlook on Florrick-Agos for Season 6. “Alicia and Cary have always based their relationship as work partners on Diane/Will, and there were some wonderful fights between Diane and Will in other years,” he points out. “Their hope, or our hope, is that like Diane/Will, Alicia and Cary can find that mutual respect that brings them back.” From a purely dramatic standpoint, though, King says he thought it was “lovely” to see Matt Czuchry’s character “going toe to toe with Alicia with that kind of fury. It’s soemthing we haven’t seen before, even though I think the argument could and probably should be made that Cary’s character did a wrong thing [in setting up a meeting with Louis Canning].” Finally, he adds, it’s important to remember that a Florrick-Agos merger with Lockhart-Gardner is “probably not a good idea, and Cary’s right [about that]. But a lot of their argument was both about career and about the personal. He was smarting from the Kalinda revelation, but for Alicia, she’s tired because of Will’s death. When people have a disaster in their lives or a loved one dies, they begin to second-guess all their decisions up and down the line.”

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Question: Set my mind at ease, please. The Good Wife isn’t going to get ignored in the Emmy race after its incredible fifth season, is it? –Jasmine
Ausiello: Far be it from me to pretend to know what’s in the hearts and minds of Emmy voters, Jasmine — remember, these are the folks who never managed to find room for Buffy‘s Sarah Michelle Gellar on their ballot. That said, on the subject of Emmys, we asked Good Wife EP Robert King if he and his writing staff have been subtly poking fun at voters’ tendency to favor cable shows by having multiple scenes of Alicia obsessing over a woeful faux AMC series called Darkness at Noon this season. His answer? “Actually, no. What we were looking for is a show that made Alicia become a binge-watcher,” King says. “There are a lot of cable shows that are like, ‘dark men and dark times.’ And what we wanted to do is have this comment on what was happening in Alicia’s life. When she’s thinking about sex with that stranger from jury duty, Darkness at Noon is all about sex. When she comes out of mourning Will, there’s this soliloquy about hating God.” That said, King acknowledges Darkness at Noon wasn’t exactly imagined as high-quality fare: “We were looking for a comic and satirical way to show Alicia binge-watching and finding it reflecting on her life. We’re the biggest fans of those shows. So a lot of it is affectionate, even though it might be satiric. It’s affectionately satiric.”

Question: Any spoilers you can share for Graceland Season 2? –Tracy
Ausiello: Daniel Sunjata says to expect “a shift in the power dynamic in the house” when Mike returns with a brand-new op to quarterback — necessitating the help of Briggs and his other ex-roommates — as well as further exploration of the complicated Briggs/Charlie relationship. Sunjata also has high praise for recurring player Carmine Giovinazzo (CSI: NY), who plays the leader of the LAPD’s Gang Task Force. “Briggs goes undercover to try to get close to him for reasons to be revealed,” he teases. “But I’ve enjoyed working with Carmine tremendously. He’s a real actor’s actor.”

The Status Quo CombustionQuestion: Any idea how long Sheldon will be AWOL next season on The Big Bang Theory? —Charlie
Ausiello: Riddle me this — what if he never actually got on a train? We threw out that possibility to Jim Parsons at this week’s Hollywood premiere of The Normal Heart and he was intrigued. “I never thought of that, but you’re right — he could show back up at home immediately, couldn’t he?” mused the Emmy winner, who admitted that he grilled his bosses about his alter ego’s whereabouts but “nobody will tell me. I don’t know if they know yet. They may know, but I really don’t know if they do.” When Sheldon does eventually reunite with the gang, Parsons is anxious to explore the next milestone in his slow-burn romance with Amy (whatever that may be). “I don’t know that we’re headed for the bedroom or the altar any time soon,” he admitted.  “But, whatever… The writers have been so good with the pace of it, just bring more is all I would say.”

Question: Please, please, please tell me if there’s any chance of the relationship between The 100‘s Bellamy and Clarke evolving into something romantic? If not this season, then next? –Danielle
Ausiello: Based on our chat with Bob Morley, who plays Bellamy, it’s sounding more like Season 2, if at all. “A lot of people will search for that [romantic element between the frenemies]. And it’s there, but its not the ultimate goal for Bellamy,” the actor said. “Survival is more important than romance.” And from the sound of it, there’ll be more and more for Clarke & Co. to endure. As Season 1 barrels to a close, Morley promises, “The action really starts to ramp up!”

Question: Got any updates on the Friday Night Lights movie? —Dan
Ausiello: Still not happening, and that suits Taylor Kitsch just fine. “I think everyone knows where I stand on that,” he told us at the aforementioned Normal Heart event. “We ended it the right way.” Kitsch confirmed that the script (penned by Jason Katims) included Riggins, but added, “I don’t think it was a big part.”

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to (Additional reporting by Andy Swift, Michael Slezak, Kim Roots and Vlada Gelman)

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  1. Hannah says:

    Booth & Brennan haven’t touched other, nor will they touch each other, because, as Stephen Nathan would say, we don’t need to see that. Bones showrunners – c***blocking their audience since 2009!

    • Maria says:

      As a Castle fan, I feel your pain.

      • Shar says:

        In a world of too much PDA on shows ( insert any reality programming here ), I find it more annoying that they are turning the Castle character into a wimp… no real help solving crimes and he’d rather play a video game than bed his lovely fiance.

        • RReg says:

          Lovely fiance my big toe. I do not understand why they always ruin shows by creating these stupid love relationships. Enough already. Once that crap started the show lost its edginess.

      • DL says:

        Really? There’s been tons of kissing, petting, and heavy innuendo on Castle this season. Do you need to see them rutting beneath the sheets to be satisfied?

        • S. says:

          Some people are just never satisfied. We got more Castle PDA this season than in the whole of the rest of the series. And as for Castle being turned into a wimp…uh, he’s a crime novelist, not a cop or a spy or a tough guy of any stripe. The year before we saw him try to play a tough guy while on a break from Beckett and he managed a “NPYD!!!” as he charged into a bar to confront a bunch of confused patrons. He has moments of being tough to be undercut by others where a dog chases him out of a building as he screams like a girl. This year he put himself in harm’s way by going into an active hostage situation to offer up himself and he got shot so that’s pretty tough really. As for not wanting to bed his fiancée, how many guys will get embroiled in watching sports on tv to the point that they temporarily forget pursuing anything sexual with a partner? It’s a cliché at this point.

        • Kathie says:

          Amen, DL! Shar–No real help solving crimes? What show are you watching? The video game scene was just to show he hasn’t lost his inner child, but he will never do it again, lol.
          It doesn’t have to be X-rated to project their love and attraction to each other. Just the way they look at each other sometimes makes my heart skip a beat.

    • Lisa says:

      Booth and Brennan touch each other all the time. Hold hands, kiss each other. If you mean bed scenes then no, we’re not getting those.

      • Jo says:

        I believe one reason we don’t get to see the passionate kissing like they did in the 100th episode when telling Sweets about thier first case is because Emily is married and a new mother. I’d be satisfied with a guy hug like they did in past season

      • Daisy says:

        So what will Booth be handcuffed to the wall or something, because Booth cant even get near Brennan. That would be messed up. Hes alreaku in a jail cell so id\s it really necessary to handcuff him to something or is he in a closed cell with only a window. And the Supernatural question can I just ask, This is my question “What will happen to Cass and his powers. How is that going to be resolved?

      • RReg says:

        And we don’t want those. Why do you need them? I don’t want to see any PDA between Booth and Bones. The show works fine without any PDA

    • Rich Abey says:

      Really? I’d argue otherwise. Since Season 8 (as far as I can recall Season 7 wasn’t that romantic what with Pelant running amok and Brooth/Brennan adjusting to life at home with a reunited family after Brennan’s return from exile) us fans have been rewarded with at least 1 kiss per episode between the adorable duo, not to mention that awesome Brennan comment (which was dropped oh so casually): “You know I sleep well after several orgasms”!! OMG!
      – P.S. I still am not convinced though at the way Booth/Brennan got together late in Season 6. In contrast look at how Rick & Kate got together on Castle after 4 seasons…via a hot, steamy, against the door make-out scene (that had me reaching for ice-water..Lanie-style)!

      • Kathie says:

        I think the way each couple got together was perfect for each situation. It was a crisis that brought each pair together.
        Brennan had been resisting for years. Even though she did love Booth, she didn’t think she was capable of opening her heart the way he deserved. Her sitting on his bed pouring her heart out about Vincent and feeling guilty, thinking he was talking about her letting him go, was classic Bones. Booth was trying to comfort her and one thing led to another, which was how it should be. Brennan needed that to let the dam break and finally give in to her own, long-repressed desires. Under normal circumstances, who knows how long it would have taken for Brennan to do it on her own?
        I watched the Castle get-together again on TNT this Wed. and it will never get old. I still cry through the last minutes with Alexis’ speech (OMG! Best speech ever!) running through the scenes with Kate walking in the rain, sitting on the swing and finally appearing at Rick’s doorstep looking beautiful, in spite of dripping all over the place. I know the script by heart and reach for the tissues every time. That scene was perfect for them. Kate might have gone on hemming and hawing much longer if not for that crisis. In both shows, the women finally came to their senses and stopped fighting it.
        The writers are so clever to have Alexis’ life and emotions mirror (in a teenager’s way) Castle’s grown-up situations.
        I hate for Bones to end after next season and hope Castle will be around for many more.

    • Frustr8edFan says:

      I couldn’t agree more about the Stephen Nathan comment. The first thing I did after awesome Bones finale is tweet Hart Hanson w/ congrats on great finale and I begged “Please, please DON’T DO A TIME JUMP in S11 premiere!! He ruined the hurt/comfort factor many times such as Wannabe In The Weeds for one – Just once I wld like to see Bones get to take care of her injured man! It ticks me off when they keep them apart when all the fans want is seeing them together.

  2. Boiler says:

    Not that I care either way as long as Deacon stays sober but I am sure WAYYYY more than 1/2 the audience is for Deacon

    • Chris says:

      What have they given us to make anyone care about Luke?

    • James Butler says:

      I don’t even like the idea of Rayna going back to Deacon. What a waste of manhood and poor Maddie is caught up in the hip,

      • Kristen says:

        I don’t think Maddie is caught up in the hype. I just think she wants what every normal child wants, her parents together.

        • MA says:

          Agreed. Plus, if Rayna gets back with Deacon, at least one of her kids gets to live with dad. The last thing anyone in that family needs right now are more parents.

    • Kathie says:

      I agree about Deacon staying sober, but can he? Has he really reformed? I don’t like Luke and there is no real “vibe” between him and Rayna like there is with Deacon. I think Luke is just a substitute for the real thing.
      I’m still surprised that I like this show because I am not a country music fan, but I love the music on Nashville. The concert with cast and writer interviews was awesome.

  3. audrey says:

    I have a question about the triangle on TVD. Everyone (even ND apparently) says the she went back and forth between brothers. I don’t remember that at all. She was with Stefan season 1-2, nobody in season 3, then with Stefan again for about 6 episodes in season 4, then she was with Damon. I don’t remember her ever going back to Stefan at all. (not talking flashbacks or fantasy episodes)

    • Hmm says:

      She flirted with the Damon option in season 3. Remember when they went on the road trip with Jeremy? Stefan not going along was a part of her trying to sort out who she wanted to be with. She had broken up with Stefan and was considering being with Damon but she just wasn’t ready yet. 3×19 – Heart of Darkness was the episode I believe.

      • audrey says:

        ehhh, yea, but to me, that wasn’t her being with Damon, that was a kiss. The way they talk its like she went from bed to bed multiple times. She didn’t do that even once.

        • Dmav says:

          Well once she and Stefan broke up and she hoped into bed with his brother the next day. Classy.

          • Rob says:

            Well she was sired to him so… she wasn’t exactly in control of herself…

          • Mikael says:

            I love that Nina Dobrev admits that Elena flipflops with Stefan and Damon. Enough of that already! Stefan finally seems to be moving on from her, so that’s great.

    • dude says:

      She didn’t physically go back and forth but she emotionally has played them against each other since season one. She spent most of her relationship with Stefan with a foot in each pool.

  4. Jamie says:

    Hopefully Glee ends up less than 13 and they won’t have time to try and force Samchel to happen! Even at 13 it’s not enough time to sell Samchel or any serious Rachel relationship. I really hope they us it get Rachel back to Broadway and that Tony win!

    • Tammi says:

      PREACH! If they plan to make Sam the new Finn by sending him back to Lima and giving him Finn’s story line this show doesn’t deserve 13 episodes. Chord Can’t Act Overstreet trying to play Finn is an insult to Cory/Finn and the fans!

      • Mike says:

        This show doesn’t deserve 13 episodes even without Sam as the new Finn. They should get a 2 hour movie at most.

    • kd83954 says:

      Why do people think Samchel is STILL going to happen? Sam and Mercedes will be the ones to end up together, not Sam and Rachel.

      • TJ says:

        IDK maybe because they seem to be really trying to turn Sam into Finn. Personally I think they are giving the Finchel SL to Samcedes and it will be Mercedes giving up her dreams and going back to Lima for Sam so Ryan can get that stupid ending he seems determined to get.

        • dude says:

          Lea Michele already said that Samchel isn’t going to happen.

        • mary says:

          I agree. Yhay ending Ryan is obsess with is lame. It sucked for Finn and Finchel fans and I have a hard time beiliving it could work with the village idiot. I wish Ian and Brad could step in and figure it out a BETTER series finale. Chord´s character is just a joke (and not a leader or that talented) and it´s too late to sell him otherwise. Not even Jane Lynch as his opposite could make me turn in

  5. Boo says:

    What is it with final seasons of certain shows being so short? Glee – 13 episodes. White Collar – 6? What happened to 22 episode seasons on regular network TV and half that for networks like USA? Six? That’s not even a season – half I guess for USA.

    • Glee says:

      No idea about White Collar but Glee is down to 1.8 mil viewers with more bailing each episode. They can’t compete anymore. By the time this show comes back they will be lucky to have 1 million still watching given the crap RM and his team have been writing for the characters. They never recovered from that crap S4 and losing Cory was the breaking point. Their season final pulled a 0.6 rating.

      • cindi says:

        Ryan and company never seemed to appreciate that one of the things that drew people to Glee was the chemistry of the original cast. In season 4 they separated them, parked Finn on a chair to babysit the newbies in the choir room, showed 5 minutes of Rachel and Kurt(who by themselves were so vanilla), and sang songs, just to sing songs, no meaning to the story. Gave lead stories to those who should never have had so much screentime. Without Cory, they could not right the sinking ship, not that it would n’t stop from sinking, just not as quickly. Karma can be a bitch sometimes.

        • EJ9856 says:

          Exactly! They took for granted the real talent they had to focus on new cast/characters that had but a fraction of the talent and chemistry of that Original group. The ship hit the iceberg in S4 but without Cory they sank even faster. I was holding on after S4 hoping they could fix what they so carelessly destroyed in Finchel, but it’s too late. They can’t fix anything now. At this point I wait for tumblr to post Rachel’s scenes but even those are harder and harder to want to watch.

          • dcl33 says:

            the ship hit iceberg mid season 3, its where the writing went down the drain. with atrocious writing, new characters, side lining old cast… add all that to dishing the fans and well rest is history and episode 5×20 with barely 1.9 mil viewers…

      • ChicagoDan says:

        So it’s really 11 episodes – this season was cut short by 2. What was FOX thinking with that two-season renewal after S4? The ratings were already sliding fast. Could never figure out the urgency to give it the double renewal. At least they can finish it off.

        • Meg says:

          I think ABC has a good thing with the split seasons they did for Grey’s Revenge, and OUAT. I’m hoping Castle gets included with that group next year.

        • Maryann says:

          The two season Glee renewal was a double travesty in that it likely cost Almost Human a well deserved renewal.

          • rowdyred says:

            I enjoyed that show. Haven’t watch Glee in two years if not more. So that really bites!

    • ... says:

      It’s about cost, since shows get more expensive the longer they run. A shorter final season is a network’s way of thanking a long-time player while not bearing as much of a financial or scheduling burden. I mean, can you imagine 22-24 episodes of Glee at the ratings it ended season five with?

    • yurie says:

      I know, right? It’s really depressing stuff but I guess it also has to do with rising costs…

    • Its the 22 episode seasons that are wrong. They result in storylines getting dragged out and in a lot of filler episodes where nothing happens. The standard in most other countries is 6 to 13 episodes per series. And look at the quality shows in the US. They’re mostly the shorter run non-network shows. Problem the networks would have with shorter runs is that they’d need a lot more shows. Maybe then we’d get to see some of the passed on pilots get picked up after all.

    • swanpride says:

      USA has done its very best to run White Collar into the ground the last two years…next to no advertising and it got pushed to the autumn in favour of “hipper” shows (which actually pulled partly pulled worse ratings in their first season than WC in their later ones…the only “newer” success they had is “Suits”). The reason is simply that WC is not self-produced and a little bit more expensive than their usual fare, because it is shot in NY and Matt Bomer is a rising star among the actors. They already cut down the last season from 16 to 13 episode under the guise of the head writer being busy with Graceland.
      The judgement is out if the fans should be thankful to even get the six episodes, or if this is a dick move by the network to destroy a beloved series….I gravitate towards the latter one. Combine this with the “new programming” USA is currently trying, the network with used to be my favourite one is dead for me now. As soon as White Collar is over, I am out of there.

  6. Jill says:

    I think it’s only 10% of the audience that’s for Luke, and pretty sure that at least 50% of the fans would stop watching if she picks him, so I’m pretty sure the show would only go that way if they wanted to tank their already slipping ratings.

    • Shira says:

      Hahaha. was thinking the same thing: 50%?? 10% tops and the anti Luke with Rayna sentiment is pretty strong among the cast majority. Also, lots of those who favor Luke do it simply cause Rayna and Deacon were apart for so long and until recently all you saw this season was them trying to move on until you couldn’t tell what’s in their heart, but once Rayna and Deacon join forces as parents/friends/co-writers and definitely lovers it’s just THERE and it’s fantastic.
      Hope the show doesn’t make a time jump and start right after the proposal and hope they take their time with the story so if won’t feel forced (after all, leaving all at once for Deacon also doesn’t seem completely realistic) but certainly hope that by the middle of the season they’ll be together and the show will really explore it. happy doesn’t have to be boring…certainly not with these two characters.

      • L says:

        And what poll did you take? Only a very small faction of fans come to these message boards..

        • Shira says:

          in their facebook page where there are much more fans entries Luke is even less popular as a romantic partner for Rayna…

  7. Lia says:

    13 is typical, so I think that will be enough to close out the stories. Hopefully it will a few more than 13!!!

    • dcl33 says:

      I hope it will be like between 8-10. less episode less second hand embarrassment glee fans will have.

      • KC says:

        Glee fans want as many episodes as they can get!

        • YeMo says:

          I’m a fan of glee (trust me I’ve watched every episode even the crappy ones and will stick with the show till it ends) but I think it’s for the best that they cut it down to a least 13. The show is not what it once was, and while it does have it good moments still, I think it’s best for show to have a condensed finale season where they have a better idea of knowing what they are going to do (aka knowing what to do with the plot and not drag it out hopefully).
          Also the ratings are down so I think less episode= less embarrassment and hopefully the last season will be better than the previous 2.

        • dcl33 says:

          I’m a fan and I want less that 13 but I want some quality not this sh*t that was season 4 and 5. Also they need to get rid of flopson and him alike. Its their writing that killed the show.

  8. Katherine215 says:

    I’ve been really enjoying The 100 so far, but I hate the love triangle (or is it a square? Raven, Finn, Clarke, Bellamy?). I don’t mind Clarke and Bellamy not being completely at odds, but not at the expense of the characters. In the last episode, Clarke uncharacteristically is now all in favor of guns and war, after trying to keep peace and do the smart thing since she landed? That, to me, felt like they only had her doing that to create conflict with Finn and encourage a “connection” between Bellamy and Clarke.

    • Charissa29 says:

      Clarke is frantic to keep everyone alive. She feels a responsibility to them, and Bellamy also wants them alive. Clarke and Bellamy are thankfully on a slow burn, and they have only been on the planet for a few weeks. Finn having a different world view makes him far more interesting a character than he has been as random triangle boy.

      • Katherine215 says:

        I don’t see how going to war will keep people alive. Yes, they have guns, but the Grounders aren’t idiots. Some of the 100 would die in a war. Clarke was a peaceful person, not a warmonger.
        I personally hope they snuff out that Clarke and Bellamy “slow burn.” I don’t particularly like Bellamy, and they haven’t done enough to redeem him to make me like him as a leader, let alone with the main character.

        • Charissa29 says:

          The realities of the Earth are hard, people die and she is trying to deal with that. Hard to stay naive or idealistic in the face of sheer survival. I don’t like guns, and like that Finn is trying to work with the grounders, but Clarke feels she needs to ensure their survival. Not an easy thing.

      • The only burn I’d like to see Bellamy get is from a lighter after he’s had a can of petrol poured over him. Probably wouldn’t be very slow though. At least the character is consistently distasteful and stupid, which is better than the swings that half the shows on air come up with.

      • jen says:

        after last nights episode i’m kind of in disbelief, did they actually kill off ALL of the adults!?!?

        • RReg says:

          I’m sure they have not all died. If you recall, Clarke’s mother was on the ship as well as that councilor. I am sure they will show they got ejected somehow and was captured by some grounder or mountain person. yada yada yada…

    • Sarah says:

      I felt this way, too, at first-till I remembered she just watched Finn get stabbed and almost die. She’s feeling some serious rage whether she wants to admit it or not.

      • Jen says:

        Yes, but it’s frustrating that these characters immediately jump to the conclusion that the action of one Grounder is the action of all. Even among the 100 there’s an obvious lack of consensus/viewpoint on a lot of issues. And Clarke, of all of them, would have been the one to keep a rationale head and not assume Lincoln shared the beliefs of his people. Her advocating for violence felt like a departure from the character’s core values up to that point.

        Personally, I’m more offended by the writing for Octavia – a character that deserves to be (and has the ability to be) much more than a bouncing love interest.

        • jj says:

          this, they’ve been on earth for 10 days (i think?) and octavia has already had 3 love interests

          • L says:

            Well.. she was stuck in the hole in the floor for her whole life.. she has a lot of time to make up for.

          • RReg says:

            Why must they put in these stupid love interest. You want love interests go watch Life time. Enough already.

  9. Jennifer says:

    I’m really disillusioned with OUAT lately. Michael Socha joining is one of the only things that might get me to tune in next season.

  10. John NYC says:

    Sheldon would be far more comfortable on one of his beloved trains than some temporary housing somewhere so I’m expecting, like the train enthusiast he bonded with on his last train trip, he’s riding the rails on a very long road trip. The journey being the destination and whatnot.

    • Patrick says:

      It would be great for him to try and do some long term train trip wherein he is “living” on a train for several weeks….

      Only to really, really hate it. He is so “particular” about everything that he might hate such a living situation. I just hope he returns with a new appreciation for everything his friends put up with when it comes to dealing with Shel’s brand of crazy.

      • John NYC says:

        Great point: theory often dies a gruesome death when reality overruns it. Though given his overall frugality he’s got the saving so he may opt for a roomette and that makes long train routes just about heaven.

        • John NYC says:

          But yes, the overall structure, schedule, would still be AMTRAK’s and not Sheldons….

          • Stormy says:

            I hope he hops a train to New Jersey to consult with Leonard’s mother. She’s really the only one who gets him. In the meantime I hope Amy hooks up with Stuart and the Shamy is a thing of the past.

  11. Brittney says:

    Well hopefully with *spoiler alert* demon!dean we will get some of him confronting the betrayals he’s experienced.
    Plus I think Sam realized some things in the moment Dean was dying
    So hopefully once Dean is cured they can have a much healthier relationship where they both get the chance to talk about stuff that’s needs saying.

  12. KC says:

    Only half the fans of Nashville will be mad? I wasn’t aware there were people who prefer Rayna and Luke together let alone half the fanbase.

  13. Maddie says:

    Love Stefan/Caroline, so I’m really excited to see their growth together next season hopefully. I just hope that this love triangle is finally over for good!

    I personally want Elena to be with Damon but if not and she does end up with Stefan, I’d get over it as long as the triangle was over. Let the other brother move on! Hopefully that’s what their trying to do with Stefan and Caroline but they better not mess with her feelings and have Stefan go back to Elena because that would just ruin their friendship! If Stefan/Elena are endgame don’t even put Stefan/Caroline together!

    • audrey says:

      You know what else makes me laugh? They are trying to make it seem like this would be the first time that Caroline dated one of Elenas ex boyfriends. She was with Matt after Elena broke up with him and Elena was fine with that too. So why are they making this a big deal? I mean, IRL, you just don’t do that, not once but twice, LOL. But this is fiction and really, they all have to date each others exes at some point. Otherwise they would have to hire way too many people. Has nobody ever watched a soap?

    • Nik says:

      Stefan and Carolone should remain friends and that’s it. It’s nice and rare to see friendship like theirs where it doesn’t always turn into some romantic entanglement. I don’t want to see Caroline used for a fling if Stef decides to go back to Elena, which is where he should end up. How about letting the blonde vampire fly solo for a little while and have some fun? Of all of the female characters on the show, she’s certainly the one who could pull off the fun, independent part, at least for a little while.

  14. sarah says:

    When Will Chase was upped to series regular on Nashville for next season I knew he and Rayna would be together for the foreseeable future. I would like to see her with Deacon but they will make us wait!

    • Jill says:

      I just don’t understand how they could do this and not totally ruin the Deacon/Rayna relationship forever. If she breaks his heart again how could he ever take her back?

      • MA says:

        He shouldn’t. If Rayna turns him down, I’d like to see Deacon move on. I love Rayna and LOVE Connie Britton, but if what Callie Khouri wants is no-chemistry, smarmy Luke for Rayna, so be it. I’d like Deacon to keep his self-respect, though.

    • Froggie says:

      The fact is that few people really like Luke and Rayna together. The more Will Chase talks about how much Callie loves him and how perfect he is for Rayna the more people dislike him. Rayna and Luke have zero chemistry. Just because the writers think Will Chase is a nice guy is no reason to keep him as Rayna’s love interest. I think the majority of viewers would rather have Rayna alone according to your own poll. Not sure where y’all got 50%. Check your own polling data, facebook and twitter. Deacon for the win!

  15. catherine says:

    Screw the FBI, Free Booth, hope we don’t have protracted Booth in jail eps. lmao, just another way by writers to not show that bedroom scene we NEVER saw. But they have no qualms in showing every other couple in bed, just more FU to B & B fans.

    • Smiley says:

      This type of comment makes me laugh! Nothing we saw with other characters this season came close to the several orgasms scene in Sacrifice or the robe dropping jumping on the bed scene from Cheat! What do people think they will actually see anyway? Sheesh some people need to act like adults as opposed to hormonal teenagers and enjoy this wonderful love story we are watching! Kids today LOL!!

      • catherine says:

        Oh please, we didn’t need to see the casual sex scene with Sweets/new intern or Cam and Arastoo either, if they can write scenes for the minor characters, they can write a nice “fade to black” for the main couple too. No matter, I appreciate the B & B love story, just stop shoving the lame love scenes with the other couples. BTW, one of the main writers just tweeted to a fan that when fans request certain scenes, the writers push it off for another ep, then promptly deleted it…..but the twt is out there in cyberland.

        • Kinda says:

          IA with Catherine, I dont need to see simulated sex with this or any couple but if we had to witness post coital shenanigans between Booth and his blonde bombshell and Sweets and the latest intern, it feels insulting to says we are perverts for wanting at least one similar scene with a couple we have been pulling for for 9 years.

      • Kimmie says:

        Cheat featured them as pretend characters. What we B&B fans wanted to see was their first truly passionate kiss. We wanted to see making out on the couch, soft fuzzy lighting showing clothing being removed and their embrace. We wanted to see a playful morning after where they roll around in bed, figure out what comes next, laugh and kiss and move together. You know, what most other shows show us when we patiently wait for 5 or 6 or 7 years for a main couple to finally get together. Castle did a good job (not great, but good) when Kate and Rick finally got together – we got to see the ILY, and the kiss and the beginning of their romantic relationship after years of foreplay.

        • Smiley says:

          If you had actually bothered to read my comment I said the end of Cheat when they were in their bedroom and dropped their robes after likening themselves to the old couple. And as for Castle they behave more like father and daughter to me! Anyway people who get fixated on what they aren’t seeing are missing out on all the great stuff we do see!

      • Bob Smith says:

        Everyone wants a soft-core porn scene these days.

      • Jo says:

        I agree with you 100%. I wait to see the love they express with their eye contact. They light up when they look at each other, it’s special. They are the best couple on TV.

    • Longbranch Pennywhistle says:

      After reading too many comments like this to count I am starting to realize just how many creepy perverts there are out there. I am not opposed to bedroom scenes but you guys seem to want to see these characters dryhumping each other every other scene. It’s a little pathetic. If you want to watch porn just go watch porn. There’s a ton of it out there. For free even.

      • Mina says:

        Oh here we go with the “pervert” comment. I llove how some people resort to name-calling whenever they disagree with something.

        • Gus T.T. Showbiz says:

          It’s not name calling if the description fits. The characters in Castle and Bones kiss each other, play sexy games with each other, refer to having frequent sex but, the people on here are complaining about not seeing them have sex. If you want to watch people have sex go watch porn. That’s what the people here are asking for. Not plot or character developement. Just sex. And gratuitous sex at that.

          • Mina says:

            Wow thanks for that Gus. I ‘m glad you are always in the right and thereby justified in insulting others.

  16. Ally Oop says:

    The 100 has become my new favourite network show since the demise of Revolution (cable shows Orphan Black and Vikings still are tops for me). I guess I just love dystopic fiction. There’s just so much potential for shows like this, so many original directions the story could go in. It’s exciting.

    • jj says:

      I too am a fan of the dystopian sci-fy aspect of the show. However I find myself more intrigued by the adults storyline vs the 100. However that may be because I started watching the show because I was a fan of some of the adult actors, or that i’m just not interested in the constant love triangles

  17. Dani says:

    Well Hugh Laurie and House never won an Emmy. Even though The Good Wife won several already, I still think the Emmy voters have significant bias towards cable shows no matter what, so I’m not holding my breath this year for The Good Wife.

    • analog says:

      House won Emmys for Writing and Directing.

    • Doris says:

      I agree the Emmy voters are bias. Especially, to any new and Innovative story telling and acting. Witness how long it took the Closer to win an Emmy and now Castle never won for best actor or best actress. It’s the same winners all the time. One can’t believe these same actors are doing something different each week to win, win an Emmy each year!

  18. Mark says:

    I still say the way to wrap up Glee is that everyone wakes up in the choir room in Lima, realizing that Puck fed them all really strong pot brownies at the end of the Season 1 finale, and all the rest was all a dream. Finn’s alive off-screen somewhere, Kurt didn’t get treated like crap for years, Sam, Blaine, and the worthless noobs never existed, and all is well.

    • LOL says:

      If only that could happen! Instead we will probably get lots more Blaine, Sam pretending to be Finn with Rachel playing Lea Michele playing Rachel Berry in a TV show about herself.

      • Will says:

        Stopped watching Glee beginning of Season 3 but regardless, the fact that Kurt and Blaine are still together (through high school and after) seems a bit unrealistic to me. Yes I am aware people in small towns marry their high school sweethearts, but in gay world (and with Kurt in NYC) I just don’t understand how no one else has address that..

  19. E says:

    I hope the do a slow burn love story for Clark and Bellamy. However I like them getting close and can’t wait to see it develop.

    • Charissa29 says:

      I hope so too, and it has only been a few weeks that they have been down there. Best natural chemistry I’ve seen since Chuck and Blair from Gossip Girl!

      • Jennie says:

        I agree, too. I’m not a fan of all the love triangle/square/whatever-it-is-now set up they created, but I think Clarke and Bellamy have a much more interesting connection with better stakes and conflict than any of the other pairs this show is pushing. After all the love/jealousy nonsense of the first half of the show, I’m definitely for a slowly developed and thought out Clarke/Bellamy relationship.

      • B says:

        i think part of that is likely due to the fact that they are both australian actors! Being with a fellow countryman on a show is bound to produce some chemistry

        • Charissa29 says:

          Maybe but they are both complex, morally interesting and yummy. Plus it has only been a few weeks and Clarke is busy crushing on Finn, who while nowhere near as interesting with Clarke as Bellamy has finally gotten interesting. The conflicts on this show are wonderful, (though the whole Octavia/Grounder is a bit ehhh even though props to the actors for working it), but there should be more for Raven to do then sitting around being lovelorn. Sigh

  20. Ian says:

    LOL Stefan and Caroline need to just get to the sex just las much as Bonnie and Damon need to.
    And I think they should pair Socha up with Meghan Ory over on OUAT. And I wish Jackson would at least make a guest appearance on Teen Wolf even if just for Holland’s sake. Stiles is going to be with Malia next season.

  21. Claire says:

    In what universe does anyone care about Luke?

  22. amy says:

    Bahaha yeah check out the fb picture of Rayna/Deacon from the finale that has 54 THOUSAND likes! Luke Wheelers 10 fans don’t count as half the fanbase.

  23. If Glee has a shortened season I would really like for it to give closure to all the original characters. Time jump but not to far so it makes sense. Let Rachel go to LA and start her show. Let Sam be in Lima and realize he’s not ready to move on from Mercedes. Let Mercedes tour bus have an accident and she realizes that you do only live once and tomorrow isn’t promised and call Sam. Let Mercedes and Sam be intimate (yes sex) and talking wedding plans (since they feel they belong together). She doesn’t have to settle in Lima Sam can join her in the music business (she got a record deal for Santana) and they sing a duet (finally w/o Rachel interrupting). Let Kurt finish at NYADA and get his job back at Vogue let Blaine be finishing up NYADA and they talk about or get married (I’m good either way). Let one of Artie’s short films get nominated for recognition. I don’t know how they close out Santana and Brittany at this point but they do and they are happy together. Let Will and Emma be happy wherever they settle and let Sue and her baby get with the guy in NY. Have a Reunion or event (double wedding Klaine/SamCedes) at Lima that brings them all back to include Quinn and Puck with Quinn being pregnant and w/her degree! Also bring back Mike and Tina and let them be having a good life too! Let them all have the happy ending that fans are expecting without too much drama and ridiculousness. If indeed it is 13 episodes resolution is what the show should go for and not any new crazy what if’s….for tomorrow!

  24. Larc says:

    I don’t know why Michael Socha couldn’t just continue to be Will Scarlet in OUAT. According to the cast list, they haven’t had anybody in that role so far. They have Robin, so why not his buddy Will?

    • Lily says:

      Michael Socha is reprising his role as Will Scarlet, on OUaT. The creators cannot say anything yet, because Will became the White King at the end of OUaTiW. Will he be a flashback-only character, or is present-day Storybrooke before Will returned to Wonderland?

      • Britney says:

        Just throwing it out there, Will’s wife is Ana, a queen with magical powers, and it looks like Elsa is coming to town.

        • Lily says:

          That is always a possibility on OUaT, except is seems Anastasia will not be making a crossover. The more obvious would be, how Will Scarlet was a member of Robin Hood’s Merry Men. Will also might turn out to be Robin’s younger half-brother. Or it could be all of the above…. Ana sends Will back to Storybrooke to save her older sister, and he also helps his brother navigate that pointless love triangle. If Will does appear in present-day Storybrooke, I give him 5 minutes before Hook punches him in the face (with the hook) for saying “bloody hell”.

  25. hello says:

    Shipper.logic, if a male and a female character so much as looks at each other they must screw, male and female characters cannot be friends

  26. HD says:

    Re: Luke vs. Deacon on Nashville TVLine should look at their own user poll from after the finale…half of the fan base? Not even close. I don’t doubt they’re being egged on to play up this “triangle” (even though it’s a poor excuse for one) but claiming that half the fans want Rayna with Luke is so obviously untrue.

  27. Terez says:

    Sad that USA and Jeff E. abandoned White Collar for the mediocre and ratings also-ran Graceland. Ironic that WC was pulling as good or better ratings in the back half of S5 than was Graceland and it’s ‘hit’ Suits. USA has lost its magic,and it’s losing its biggest star Matt Bomer. Good news is it launched Matt Bomer and he will be huge on film.

    • John NYC says:

      I seem to recall vibes that the cast and writers had grown tired of the show, if that were the case closing it down might have been more of a mutual conclusion. The ending set of episodes reads a tad ominous IMHO….

    • rflairfan1 says:

      They all were getting tired and wanted to move on to other things. Also the show was getting more expensive to make. Quite frankly as a die hard fan of the show since the beginning it is the right time. Otherwise it will run the risk of staying to long which happened to Monk, Burn Notice and Psych.

  28. Doris says:

    Will castle’s Stana and Nathan win an Emmy for The best season ever 2014!

  29. Mara says:

    I love Rayna and Luke together! Everybody I know who watches the show loves Rayna and Luke together. Not only is Luke romantic, (cooking breakfast and that proposal!) he backs it up by being supportive of Rayna, reliable and working things out like a mature adult. I love Deacon as a character but he would make a lousy partner – every time life throws him a curve ball he drinks – when he founf out about a Maddie, instead of talking to Rayna about it, he got drunk and almost killed her – not responsible behavior, let alone something you want in a life partner.

    • Froggie says:

      I don’t know anyone that likes Rayna with Luke. I would seriously rather have her go back to Teddy than date Luke. And a public proposal isn’t romantic at all. It’s a “look at me” opportunity. Proposals should be intimate and sweet not in front of thousands and especially if you have talked about marriage yet. Additionally, who would propose and not talk to your own children about it first. Luke is just cheesy and gross.

    • Tim says:

      I don’t know anybody-anybody-that likes Rayna with Luke. He’s not supportive of her either. He’s very good friends with Jeff and tried repeatedly to try and talk her out of leaving Edgehill because Jeff asked him to. Also, Deacon did not get drunk and almost kill Rayna when he found out about Maddie. She was the one that was driving and caused the wreck by arguing with him and no paying attention to the road in front of her. He only let people think he caused the accident because she had been drinking also and he didn’t want her career to be ended because of the publicity of a drunk driving conviction. Once she came out of her coma and became able to talk she set the record straight.

    • Willowan says:

      Have we been watching the same Nashville?

      I’ve seen Deacon thrown quite a few curve balls and we’ve seen him drink, only after the Maddie reveal, that I’m aware of.

      I don’t think the triggers for that fall, could be called a curve ball:
      Deacon learns that Jolene, Juliette’s Mom, that he had been trying so hard to help, had died in a murder/suicide, leaving him feeling he had failed her.

      Deacon learns that Rayna, who had recently insigated a renewal of their romance, had, for the past 13 years(every day of which, he was sober and by her side as band leader and best friend, and In Love with her) hid from him, the fact that he was Maddie’s Bio Daddy.

      Deacon learns that his great friend, confidant, and AA sponsor, Coleman, had also kept the Maddie secret from him, for all those years!

      Would it have been great if he hadn’t drank? Of course! Was he a devastated, heartbroken mess? Oh yeah?

      In anybody’s book, though, is this a curveball? How about more like Mt Everest!

    • Jill says:

      Wow, you thought that proposal was romantic?! I thought it was ridiculous and cheesy. I’d kill a man who proposed to me in front of 70,000 people with a jumbotron. And he didn’t even consider how her kids would feel. He’s just self-absorbed and god awful.

  30. Stormy says:

    The only ending I can accept on White Collar is if Neil ends up with Alex [Gloria Votsis]. Not Sara [hated her].

    • Diane says:

      …….and I felt exactly the opposite

    • I would love it if Neil ended up with Alex. I liked his chemistry with both but preferred Alex.

    • Janine says:

      Heh. I’m with Diane and preferred Sara. Now I’m just hoping the show drops the love thing entirely for this last season because half the ‘shipper audience is going to be displeased. Or, knowing WC, they’ll bring a completely new love interest in and upset us all!

      • swanpride says:

        In six episodes? I don’t think so…plus, I think the greatest mistake the writers ever made was thinking that a permanent love interest would add anything to the show. They trying to insert Sara was painful most of the time. Kate worked because she was mostly a McGuffin and a great motivator for Neal. Alex worked because she was first and foremost a thief and only secondary a love interest. Maya, Sophie aso worked because they were designed for one particular episode. Rachel worked because she turned out so much more than just a love interest.

        I think Neal will just be free and travel in the sunset. That’s the ending I always wanted for him.

    • Gus T.T. Showbiz says:

      I prefer Sara myself. But, I don’t think that he’s going to end with anyone. Bomer has an interview on a different website and the way that he says that there is only one way that he can envision the show ending makes me have this feeling that Neil’s going to disappear and go off and do his own thing without anybody. Not neccessarily fake his death or anything but just leave so that nobody can use him anymore. The only way that this show could disappoint me is if he ends up just another suit at the FBI. That would be boring.

    • Wil says:

      I loved Alex but it won’t make sense for the story. Sara would have been good but her bad acting just takes me out of the scenes she’s in. I’d like a new girl or no romantic interest at all to be honest.

    • Eileen says:

      I agree. They had great chemistry and a way more intriguing history. I didn’t care for Sara.

  31. Iris says:

    Is it just me or Paul’s comment sounds more like he’s making fun of the show than supporting it (not that I blame him :D)?

  32. Sol says:

    Bless 13 episode posibility for Glee. Can it be less, tho? I want many talented people out of there as soon as possible.

  33. micki says:

    saw fanale chicago fire is every body dead or what?

    • Bad Samaritan says:

      Good question. Someone must be dead with a blast like that, but I’m pretty sure most of them will have survived. The real question is who?

  34. Ella says:

    Sarah Michelle Gellar?! REALLY, Michael? In other news, I hope and pray with every fibre of my being that Hilarie Burton comes back as Sara for the final episodes of White Collar.

    • Bmass says:

      “Surprise”, “Innocence”, “Becoming”, “The Harsh Light of Day”, “Checkpoint”, “The Body”, “Smashed”, “Chosen”, the season 6 opener… any one of those should have nabbed her a nomination, at the very least. Of course, having the best writing team on television from 1998-2003 gave her plenty to work with.

  35. Emma says:

    OUAT started off so well but the quality quickly dropped and now it’s turned ridiculous with love triangles and repeated “parental abadonment” storylines! Excited for what happens with Sheldon, I’ve never felt sadder for him. White Collar final seaon has gotten me curious. Hope Neal finds happiness, freedom and love. Someone mentioned Sara, please no more her.

    • JBC says:

      After White Collar S5 and how exciting things got and watching Neal fall deep in love, bringing Sara back would be a big mistake imo. We need to continue the story not go backwards. We need to see the emphasis on getting the strong friendship of Neal and Peter back together, and see if Mrs. Suit will really commute on weekends from DC if she goes at all, we need to find out who kidnapped Neal and why etc.. we don’t need episode fillers fitting in Sara. She and Alex both had nice farewell episodes, so no need to revisit those arcs. The only one from past characters who might play into S6 is James, due to the ? of where he went or if he had a part in Neal’s disappearance and of course Rebecca/Rachel for the same reasons. I have hopes that Matt Bomer’s idea of his character Neal Caffrey will be to keep him true to the fun flirty kindhearted conman who cares deeply for his two best friends, Peter Burke, and Mozzie. With only 6 episodes we need each moment to be meaningful. I will certainly miss White Collar my favorite show.

  36. I’m not sure that The Big Bang Theory’s writers could produce a Sheldon free script (I haven’t seen every episode, so I might be wrong). Maybe Michael can bring it up the next time he interviews them in person to not any reactions. Since they like time to pass in between seasons I won’t be at all surprised if he returns in the first episode, or at the very least skypes in. Since his mom may still be getting on with her life, he might go to see his surrogate mother (Leonard’s), expecting sympathy and getting cold rationalization and analysis instead.

  37. marie says:

    Thank you anon for asking about bellamy and clarke! I hope they do have a slow burn. It doesn’t seem like they will be getting together soon but I do hope, considering all the looks and mutual respect they have for each other. I hope this show stays on for a couple more seasons! The adult ark storyline is also interesting, I wish they showed us more of that as well. :)

  38. Apples says:

    People are kidding themselves if they think soapy trash like the Good Wife serves up Emmy-winning performances. Not when the likes of Pedro Pascal, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Matthew McConaughey, Aaron Paul etc are lighting up the screen on cable.

  39. Susan says:

    So sad that they are only giving White Collar 6 episodes :( It is an excellent show!

  40. K.M says:



  42. Bad Samaritan says:

    Wasn’t Friday Night Lights a movie to begin with?

  43. J2fan says:

    I really hope that Sam and Dean are brothers again, especially now that Dean is a demon and will need all the support and help of their dear brother and that season finale AWESOME of Supernatural. :-)

  44. lame says:

    I get the feeling that shippers believe AWM owes them two reboots, one for “Always buy Retail” and the other for ” Late Shaft”. I can’t say I agree, but please do, so this constant chorus of lack of affection will finally come to an end.
    I don’t think there will be much buzz over the summer hiatus after ” For Better or Worse”, it kinda fell flat.

  45. Jo says:

    I feel very strongly about David’s direction. He has directed the final episodes for three or four years. He has become an excellent director, if he wanted to quit acting, which I hope he doesn’t for a long long time, he would have a wonderfull career as a director. He deserves a Emmy for directing this episode. He did a fantastic job.

  46. Jo says:

    I didn’t clarify that I was talking about Bones.

  47. LS says:

    Glee makes me sad because it could’ve been so good! During Glee’s first season, it was my favorite show on TV. Season 2 was the start of it’s downfall and by the fifth episode of Season 3, I was done. I still love Glee’s first season, it’ll always be a favorite of mine, but the show was really ruined. But every time I think of Glee, I think of that first season, because THAT was Glee. And it’s sad that a show that was once really great and a big hit will go out like this.

  48. Jasmine says:

    I just have to vent my severe annoyance to find out that Bones is doing yet another flipping time jump and depriving viewers of letting us see Booth in the hospital or at least still healing. You don’t just bounce back from multiple serious bullet wounds, dying during surgery etc – and then be peachy keen – even in 3 months! I like when the show is more realistic. Since Bones and NCIS (& prob other shows) started doing that writing tactic of time jumps in the season premiere epi’s and telling us the story backwards from that point – now they have done it to death in my opinion. Bones did that w Wannabe in the Weeds, then when Booth was in coma from tumor and other epi’s as well and now again w S10 premiere. Why not follow thru just ONCE and let us see what happens in real time from the moment we see Brennan being taken into custody. I for one wld LOVE to see Brennan ‘mothering’ Booth to take it easy (w his healing injuries) but I don’t expect we’ll get that.

  49. TinLV says:

    I won’t be happy with any ending for White Collar.. I’m just so mad they are cancelling it at all. love that show..

  50. Jair says:

    Hi! Thanks you for the news as always!!! You are one of my favourites web drugs!
    is it possibile that in the next season OUAT Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) will loose his shirt and finally show his beauty in al its glory?:P