With Monday’s episode of CASTLE entitled “Kill Shot,” I’m only slightly concerned that one of my favorite members of the NYPD will find themselves on the wrong end of a sniper’s sight. Any chance I might trouble you to alleviate my worries? — Kelly
The TV Addict: Considering we would hate to be the one to spoil the fun, not to mention the intense pulse-pounding excitement that you’ll undoubtedly experience while watching a city in chaos when a sniper goes on a terrifying killing spree, there is absolutely zero chance that we will alleviate your fear! That said, what we will only be too happy to do is fill you in on a little secret: The insanity surrounding Monday’s fantastic episode of CASTLE won’t be for naught, particularly for those of you who have been patiently waiting for a certain member of the NYPD to see the light.
Anything you can tease for this CASTLE crazed fan with regards to Monday’s episode? — Madison
The TV Addict: While Beckett’s increased moments of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will most definitely take center stage in an episode that has “For Your Emmy Consideration” written all over it in terms of Stana Katic’s stellar performance, fans of both Alexis (Molly Quinn) and Esposito (Jon Huertas) will be pleased to discover that the talented twosome play an integral role in the hunt for the killer.
Love me some Mark Pellegrino. Any chance we’ll be seeing more of him on THE CLOSER? — Alison
The TV Addict: According to CLOSER producer James Duff, who we recently had the pleasure of interviewing, the in-demand actor will be appearing as the deliciously scene-stealing Gavin in at least two of the upcoming episodes starting November 28th. What’s more, you’re not the only one who loves them some Pellegrino, as Duff let it slip that they are feverishly working to find the time between the actor’s 423 (approx.) other projects to bring him back next summer as well!
Holy HOMELAND Batman! After last week’s doozy of an episode I’m emailing to implore you for some scoop. — Brandon
The TV Addict: Assuming of course you’re still reeling from last week’s episode that revealed that Brody’s (Damian Lewis) presumed-dead partner Tom Walker wasn’t just alive, but in fact the American Soldier who Carrie (Claire Danes) was convinced had been turned. Well, that jaw-dropper has got nothing on the final scene that awaits fans during this Sunday’s game-changer of an episode.
My love of HART OF DIXE knows no bounds. Scoop please! — Ashley
The TV Addict: As it turns out, even beautiful Bluebell Alabama isn’t immune to political scandal. Which is to say that you probably shouldn’t expect Mayor Lavon Hayes’ secret tryst with Lemon Breeland to stay a secret for long. Oh, and while we’re on the subject of Little Miss Prim and Proper, expect to see her — courtesy of a wee bit too much alcohol — loosen up a little bit when Wade enlists his former high school chum (Who knew?) to help him get out of a sticky situation.
Is there anything you can share about HAVEN’s upcoming holiday episode? — Janet
The TV Addict: Hmmm . . . without giving too much away, let’s just say that Christmas has come to HAVEN at the wrong time of year. Worse still, somebody has got a very different idea as to which townspeople have been naughty and which have been nice.
Any word on just how emotional tonight’s two-hour PRIVATE PRACTICE expects to be? — Miranda
The TV Addict: While it probably won’t come as much of a surprise that fans of the A&E reality skein INTERVENTION will get a serious kick out of tonight’s Amelia-centric episode that has the gang from Oceanside Medical hold their very own in the hopes of getting Amelia some help, what sure might is the heartbreaking final scene of the episodes first hour that will serve as the impetus for getting her butt into rehab.
Is there any hope for Nikita and Michael in their fight against Division? These poor people fighting the good fight can’t seem to catch a break. — Jennifer
The TV Addict: If you’re hoping for Nikita and Michael to catch a break anytime soon, don’t hold your breath. In fact, according to our sources, things for “Mikita” are about to get a lot worse before they get any better. Particularly when their financier/technical guru/third wheel Birkhoff gets kidnapped by Division in an aggressive attempt to capture Nikita.
Will there be any love connections in my new favorite western series HELL ON WHEELS? — Richard
The TV Addict: Love is hard to find when women are hard to come by in the wild, wild west. Luckily for fans of AMC’s anything but hellish Western, an unexpected hook-up will occur in Sunday’s episode.
As much as I love me some DEXTER I’ve been slightly unimpressed with the pairing of Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks this season. Any chance their storyline gets interesting before their inevitable demise? — Mikey
The TV Addict: While promos for Sunday’s episode indicates that things are about to get veryinteresting for Olmos and Hanks’ characters, the far more surprising twist — at least in our humble opinion — is what happens where Deb is concerned both in terms of Laguerta’s continued meddling and a realization about her relationship with her brother which may not be nearly as solid as she once thought it to be.
Additional Reporting By Tiffany Vogt