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Am I sensing romantic sparks between Juliette and Avery on Nashville? — Michelle
ADAM: Whatever sexual tension exists between them might dissipate after Wednesday's episode, during which Juliette makes it clear that she views Avery only as an employee. But that's not to say that there's no romance in Juliette's future. "Juliette always has a love life," executive producer Dee Johnson tells us. "I think it's probably a form of medication. Coming out of last season ...she is going into the zone of protecting her heart. If she's looking for romance, it's going to be the kind of romance that's not going to hurt her." In other words: Expect a lot of one-night stands!
Do you have any scoop on the upcoming season of American Horror Story: Coven? — Marcus
NATALIE: Move over...
Between the Dark Knight films, Teen Titans Go!, and the Amell-icousness of Arrow, DC Comics and DC Entertainment have given us a lot to be happy about lately. Now they're giving fans the chance to score some sweet, once-in-a-lifetime goodies and do some serious good with "We Can Be Heroes," the comic-book empire's ongoing charity-giving campaign benefiting hunger-relief groups in the Horn of Africa. Built around members of the Justice League, each week in this latest leg of the WCBH push features perks like set visits, signed books and other awesome swag, all up for grabs to goodhearted folks who donate to the cause. Here, DC Comics creative chief officer Geoff Johns, and Arrow executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg explain the campaign and how TV's hottest hooded vigilante factors in to the philanthropy this week.
Watch your back, Ollie! Arrow's central bow-slinger will be facing more than just inner demons when the superhero hit returns for Season 2. "Michael Jai White is playing Bronze Tiger and he is such a badass," executive producer Marc Guggenheim says of the claw-bearing killer about to rock Starling City. "His performance, our kick-ass stunt department, our incredibly talented costumer designer, and our very gifted props master...they've all combined their A-games to create a really great representation of this DC Comics character."
The CW has found its Flash.
Glee's Grant Gustin has landed the role of Flash alter ego Barry Allen, who will appear on Arrow before possibly heading up his own spin-off, TVGuide.com has learned.
The CW developing Arrow spin-off to feature the Flash
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So, how will NCIS actually write Ziva's exit from the show? — Samantha
ADAM: Given that Ziva was one of three agents who resigned to protect Gibbs, it actually won't be that far-fetched. The season will open with a two-parter that features Colin Hanks returning to threaten Gibbs, prompting a team reunion. "Ziva is out in the ether and Tony has to go off and find her," executive producer Gary Glasbgerg says. "The second episode is really all about Tony and Ziva, and, I hope, delivers all the things the Tiva fans are going to want." Adds Michael Weatherly: "The will they/won't they is answered. Tony's going to be forced to face this Sword of Damocles that's been hanging over him since Season 3." That's Greek for "they're totally gonna do it," right? ...