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Now that Blaine is moving to New York, will Glee fans hear wedding bells for Klaine? — Michelle
Not so fast, says Darren Criss, who is hoping that the beloved couple enjoy a long (but happy!) engagement. "I think that we don't want to jump right into it," he says. "New York is going to be a big-enough adjustment. I hope they play it out for a while."
Grey's Anatomy scoop! — Heather
Meredith and Cristina's friendship is back on track! "They're in a really nice holding place and getting back to the love, humor, comfort and friendship," Sandra Oh tells me. The twisted sisters will celebrate their renewed lovefest with a night of drinking — but it's what Cristina does after said night that's interesting.
I need Hannibal scoop before the new season begins! —Trina
An amuse bouche for you: Will begins the season insisting his innocence and blaming Hannibal for framing him, but he quickly learns that he needs a new approach to beat Hannibal at his own game. So he fakes a convincing emotional breakdown and admits his "illness" to Hannibal and begs him to treat him again. But will Hannibal buy it? It may not matter, because by the end of the second episode, Will will learn that he has an unexpected ally who believes every word of his story about Hannibal.
It'd be wonderful if you could get us a first look of Regina and Robin on Once Upon a Time. We don't have any pictures of both of them. You could ask the big boss. — MirzaOliveira, via Twitter
I'm told that no such art exists, but that doesn't mean they don't have any scenes together. "[We're] going to see them meet very shortly -- in fact, in the next episode," executive producer Adam Horowitz teases. "Whether true love happens or not, it's going to be hopefully a very interesting road that they travel together." He means that literally, in case you were wondering. Also, just wait until Regina sees his tattoo.
I can't believe there are only two episodes of True Detective left. Got any scoop? —John
Sunday's episode will provide some answers about exactly what Rust has been up to since he and Marty had their falling-out. (In other words, you'll learn whether Rust totally went nuts and started killing people a la The Yellow King!) Plus: You'll get a look at Marty's P.I. operation when he (reluctantly) begins digging into the case again. But will be go to greater lengths to overcome obstacles now that he's no longer bound by the badge?
I'm so excited that Scandal is returning this week. What can you tease? —Simon
Even though Jake is now in command at B613, Huck will still worry about Rowan lurking in the shadows. "The fear is still there," Guillermo Diaz tells me. "Rowan isn't in command anymore, but he's still a powerful force and Huck knows that." Oh, Huck has no idea.
What's coming up on Chicago Fire? — Trey
The big crossover with Chicago PD later this season involves a possible terrorist attack that traps one of Firehouse 51's own underground. The incident coincides with the Ambassador to Syria checking into Chicago Med for a liver transplant, so pretty much every government agency, including Homeland Security and the FBI, will be on the scene alongside PD's Intelligence Unit.
Is The Originals family screwed with these crazy witches? — Randy
Well, Klaus certainly is — but because of his own siblings. The good news: Klaus' new "condition" won't last very long. And when he recovers, his brother will have some major 'splaining to do. "For Elijah, it was very much a way of dealing with that immediate situation," Joseph Morgan says. "It was a way of getting Rebekah and Marcel out of that room alive and somewhere Klaus won't find them immediately. Elijah will then try to communicate with his brother why it had to happen."
What's coming up on The Crazy Ones? — Elia
If you can believe it, Andrew teaches Zach how to maintain a relationship... that will last more than one night. But that doesn't go over so well when Zach ends up in bed with a flexible gymnast who happens to be a friend of Andrew's new gal (Tiya Sircar). She does, however, invite him to a wedding, so you'd think there could be a bright future, right? But you would be wrong. So wrong.
I miss The Mindy Project? Any scoop for when it comes back? — Sharlene
I know everyone is focused on Mindy and Danny's possible romantic future, but it's Peter who will find love. After getting his heart broken by Maria Menounos, Peter will bounce back when he meets a charming female brain surgeon who is a friend of Jeremy's. Peter is immediately stricken by her beauty, her intelligence and her sense of humor. The one thing that might give Peter pause? Her young child.
What's coming up on Community? — Sid
Jeff will go all green-eyed monster when Prof. Duncan makes a move on Britta. But it's just another Greendale pair that ends up bonding... with handcuffs, that is.
Do you have any scoop on Reign? — Tina
History tells us that Mary ends up marrying Francis, but it might not be so simple. Though she intends to wed Bash to save Francis' life, Nostradamus' vision may not be what it seems, which sparks the Queen to make a move that you won't see coming.
Mega Rave: After his often-annoying stint on The Office, I never thought I'd like James Spader on TV again, but The Blacklist has deftly transformed the Red-and-Elizabeth relationship from rough and tedious to one of the best and most interesting friendships on TV.
Mini Rant: Dear Jimmy Fallon, can you please ask the Roots to write lyrics for this song instead of just repeating the word "hey"? I'm sick of it already and it's only Week 2. Thanks! Love, Nat.
This week's recommendation: Mixology (Wednesday at 9:30/8:30c on ABC). The ambitious comedy has a cool concept — the entire season takes place during one night at a bar — meaning everyone should get progressively drunker as the season goes on. Cheers to that!
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(Additional reporting by Adam Bryant, Robyn Ross and Kate Stanhope)