Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them to @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.
Thanks for all the scoop on Revolution. What the heck is the tower?! — Clark
NATALIE: We will see the tower of power before the end of the season, co-executive producer David Rambo says. "It's very much like the cave that the Dragon guards in mythology," he says. "It's a place of a lot of power and it's dangerous for everybody who goes in there. Whoever controls the tower, controls the power."
Will the FBI ever do something right on The Following? They can't all be that stupid, can they? — Jason
ADAM: We can't speak for the whole Bureau, but...
A sneak peek at Joss Whedon's secret film is finally here!
In October, 2011, frequent Whedon collaborators Nathan Fillion and Sean Maher tweeted a link to the website for the project, Much Ado About Nothing, which The Avengers director had secretly filmed. Among the cast: Fillion, Maher, Reed Diamond, Clark Gregg, Tom Lenk, Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof.
Shakespeare meets the Whedonverse! It's a geek's dream. And now it's come true. Check out a first look trailer at the film, which is slated to premiere June 7:
Will Belle get her memories back? Is a baby on the way for Snow White and Prince Charming?
Before Once Upon a Time faces a giant problem on Sunday (8/7c on ABC), TVGuide.com decided it's time for our fifth Lightning Round with the brain trust behind ABC's fairy-tale drama: executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis!
Lightning Round 3: Once Upon a Time bosses answer your burning questions
We grabbed your fan questions off Twitter and hit up Horowitz and Kitsis for a quick round of scoop, in which the producers had the option to answer, "Yes," "No" or "Can't Answer." Some of their answers, and possible non-answers, are pretty telling, so check them out below:
Songs in the key of angst: a Glee specialty, and tonight the show pulls out the emotional stops in the best episode yet (9/8c on Fox) for what's shaping up to be a mostly terrific transitional season. One caveat: I wish it had been this easy to flit between the heartland and New York City back when I was in college, not to mention high school.
Though "Heartbreak Hotel" is somehow left off the playlist of...
On a night that's hardly starved for appealing programming, two of the season's most enjoyable and intriguing pilots make their bow.
First, the underdog: ABC's Last Resort (8/7c), an electrifying military-gone-amok thriller that bridges the macho hardware of Tom Clancy with the suspense of paranoid Cold War classics from the '60s like Fail Safe and Seven Days in May. (Look them up if you've never seen them.) This series is like nothing else on network TV, which is why one's first impulse is to pray for its survival. It's also airing in what has become one of ABC's more treacherous time periods, and beyond the fact that there are very attractive people in the cast (starting with Felicity alum Scott Speedman) and the story is heavily serialized, it has nearly nothing in common tonally with the night's sudsy anchor, Grey's Anatomy.