Any scoop about the serial killer that has arrived in Mystic Falls? Vampire, human or spirit? — Abby
The TV Addict: Since narrowing it down would ruin all the fun for you VAMPIRE DIARIES fans, you’re going to have to trust us when we say that the Mystic Falls Murderer (Trademark, theTVaddict.com) is absolutely the last person you would suspect. No word of a lie, our head is still ringing from the chorus of “Nooooooooooos” that emanated from last week’s PaleyFest panel celebrating the hit CW series!
Any chance Castle and Beckett will step-it-up during Monday’s episode involving a murder during a DANCING WITH THE STARS-esque competition? — Madison
The TV Addict: As much as we’re rooting for both Castle and Beckett to do the mambo of both the actual and the horizontal variety, both Castle and Beckett’s feet remain planted squarely on the floor during Monday’s episode. That said, if it’s any consolation, the March 19th episode does pay homage to one of our favorite
syfy sci-fi shows, thanks to a mysterious murder that will have you wondering if you’ve accidentally stepped into an alternate universe.
Based on the previews for BONES much anticipated return, it looks as though Brennan may be giving birth in prison. Please tell me this blessed event doesn’t take place behind bars?! — Lisa
The TV Addict: Never fear! Despite what the promos might have you believe, the smarter-than-your-average-showrunners have whipped up a far more tender and touching scene for the birth of Booth and Brennan’s bundle of joy that we can pretty much guarantee will have you reaching for that box of kleenex that you keep next to your couch for very-special-episodes like this. And speaking of behind-bars…
REVENGE’s Josh Bowman is far too pretty to be denied bail. How long is poor Daniel going to be kept in the clink for?
The TV Addict: If you think Victoria Grayson is going to allow her pride and joy to be locked up for more than an episode, well then you really haven’t been paying attention to REVENGE have you. Of course, her obligatory evil scheme to keep son Daniel out of harm’s way may make you question her sanity. Worse still, it may also serve as the proverbial straw that breaks the camels back in terms of Daniel’s already strained relationship with mommy-dearest. Suffice it to say, prison will be a cake-walk compared to wha’t Victoria has in up her sleeve for son Daniel.
Absolutely obsessed with the photos you posted earlier in the week of Sebastian Stan’s upcoming guest appearance on ONCE UPON A TIME. Any chance you care to share some more intel on his role? — Jeff
The TV Addict: As much as we could very easily answer your question, we’d be mad (Trust me, that will be hilarious in a sentence or two!), if we didn’t allow ONCE co-creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horotwitz to pinch-hit for us after fielding that very question at a recent press event attended by theTVaddict.com’s very own West Coast Correspondent extraordinaire Tiffany Vogt.
ADAM: Sebastian is another amazing actor we were very lucky to get who is going to be in Episode 17.
EDDY: It’s one of our favorite episodes. It’s been reported that we go to Wonderland and his role is definitely one of those — I don’t know if it’s been said or not.
ADAM: It’s definitely.
EDDY: Shall we say? Okay, he plays the Mad Hatter. So in that episode we find out how the Mad Hatter became “mad” and we are also excited that the hookah-smoking caterpillar will be voiced by Roger Daltry of The Who. When Roger agreed to do the voice, we geeked out. But Sebastian Stan is so good in this role and really he’s brilliant.
Any clues as to what HAVEN has in store for fans come season 3? — Bill
The TV Addict: Well, it would appear that after two seasons of increasingly bizarre happenings, the not-so-sleepy town of Haven will finally be getting some help. Specifically in the form of new series regular Katherine “Kat” Davis who returns to her hometown — following the tragedy involving one of her patients — to open up much-needed psychiatry practice in town. One that will just so happen to be getting a lot of business thrown at it by new bestie Audrey Parker, who will be making use of Kat’s skills as a psychiatrist to help the troubled town deal with their issues.
SHAMELESS scoop please! — Mike
The TV Addict: Note to those involved in both Emmy and Golden Globe voting. Expect Sunday’s fantastic performance to serve as Emmy Rossum’s “For Your Consideration” episode. That’s the good news. With the bad news being that it will also serve as the introduction to Mandy Milkovich’s babydaddy, which in a word we can sum up as “Ewwwwwwwwww.”
After seven plus seasons of watching, Sunday’s DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES death absolutely crushed me! Any word on what happens next? — Rachel
The TV Addict: Sadly, a trip down memory lane, with this Sunday’s episode revolving around the day of the funeral as each of the ladies thinking back on how Mike affected their lives. Oh, and just to give you an idea as to how much more kleenex you’ll need at the ready we’ve handily posted a first look photo for you below.
(Additional Reporting By Tiffany Vogt)