Am I the only one still watching Go On? I was shocked when I read the finale was this week. It’s really snuck up on me! I hope you have some quick scoop in store? — Meg
Ryan King and his merry band of misfits have a solid sign-off in tomorrow’s season finale. For his part, Ryan finds himself a healthy dose of closure that’s almost the perfect end to his story should there not be a second season. (For what it’s worth, EW predicts a second season in our annual Death Watch.) The comedy highlight of the half-hour is this season’s most underused asset, John Cho, who shows off Steven’s (lack of) singing skills.
Truth time: Am I going to be able to watch this week’s Glee? — Teri
Yes. But I recommend doing so while expecting one of the most intense hours the show has ever delivered as they tackle the subject of school violence. Glee has never shied away from taking on sensitive subjects, but I think there will be a lot of mixed feelings about this one. One thing probably everyone will love, however? The song performed FOR Lord Tubbington and the scene where Brittany receives a precious gift from Sam.
I’m hearing mixed reports: Who would you say is the focus of this week’s Glee? I already know that no one from NYC appears… — Janet
My personal feeling is that you won’t know the true star of this hour until the end of the episode. But trust me when I say that every one of the McKinley crew has an important moment or two — like Artie, who shows his director skills in the most poignant way yet; Kitty, who makes the biggest leap toward redemption we’ve seen all season; and even Mr. Schuester, who has a single line at the height of the tension that will give you chills. Also, Blake Jenner fans will enjoy Ryder’s catfishing storyline, which takes a really big turn at an unexpected moment. (Just don’t expect a definitive end to Ryder’s mystery-caller storyline by the end of this hour.)
Any Revolution finale scoop? — Sara
There’s a cliffhanger! Before you pelt me with tomatoes of dissatisfaction let co-executive producer David Rambo elaborate: “It’s a very unsafe world. It’s a very dangerous place. No one is safe, and I would expect that there will be some losses and some gains,” he says. As far as whether any of the new people we’ll be meeting later this season will pop up in season 2, Rambo says we’ll “definitely meet some people beyond the borders of the Monroe Republic that we’ll get to know in the second half of the season and maybe into season 2.”
The #Scandal fandom thanks you for all the pics, sneak peeks and BTS. One request- WE WANT MORE! Whatever you can give us! — @SabiaCoruja
First, make sure you’ve seen the latest script tease from the April 25 episode! Also, if you’ve picked up the magazine, you know there’s a ton of juicy little teases about the end of the season. But let me emphasize one: “Fitz is going to do something that’s going to really, I think, alter the course of what’s coming,” executive producer Betsy Beers tells me. “I think what you can honestly say is that every single character is going to be impacted by [it].”
Any new scoop on either the penultimate episode or season finale of How I Met Your Mother? — Babar Suhail
I’ll tell you who we won’t be seeing: Sandy Rivers. (Insert crying here.) But Alexis Denisof, who as you know is married to Alyson Hannigan, hopes to be back next season. “I love that character. He’s such a goofball,” he tells us. “I feel like from what they were saying that maybe you haven’t seen the end of Sandy Rivers.” Thank goodness. And in fact, Denisof sees a bright future for Sandy, however his story should end in next season’s series finale. “I feel like Sandy Rivers could go out and conquer his own network given a chance. He should be reading the news for NBC, don’t you think?,” he adds with a laugh. “But that’s obviously a fantastic show. My favorite actress is on that show, so I’m always happy when I get the chance to do a spot on her show.” All together now: D’awww.
Wow that NCIS ending was such a twist and for us to wait two more weeks is just cruel. What can you tell us about the next episode? Obviously Tony felt hurt and betrayed by Ziva, how does that play out? — Cheryl
Um, me thinks they’ll be just fine. Also, there’s a big scene in a *** that’s going to leave your jaw on the floor.
I’m so excited for Nurse Jackie and The Big C to come back. Any scoop for me? — Lisa S.
The penultimate episode of one of these is going to feature an off-screen death that’s going to hit the main character hard. And if you’re like me, it will bum you out, too.
I have no idea when @HappyEndingsabc airs but when I check my DVR to see episodes waiting I am more than ecstatic. #underratedtv — @adriennedsouza
ME too! And I know you didn’t ask for scoop but you’re going to get some: In the first of two new episodes on Friday, Dave is going to get a big career opportunity that would require him to give up Steak Me Home Tonight. For guidance, he and Alex head to a psychic, with a surprising outcome.
Hi Sandra! In your last Teen Wolf article (AMAZING PICTURES!) you mentioned Allison getting a new love interest. I was wondering if it’s going to be someone Scott knows or someone new and if you know how he’s going to react. Thanks! — Cassie
I had the same questions for executive producer Jeff Davis. And while I can’t tell you WHO it is, this is what he told me about Scott’s surprising reaction. “Last season he said, ‘I’ll wait for you. I know we’re meant to be together,’ but he’s going to have to wonder if that’s the hope of a teenage boy and not the reality of a man,” he says.
Sandra, I’m on the fence about Hannibal. Any clues about where it’s headed? — Josh
I think Hannibal finds itself around episode 3, so I’d watch AT LEAST up to there. In that episode, the case of the copycat really takes flight, with Lecter showing his true twisted powers of persuasion, and it ends on a note so juicy, I think you’ll coming back for more. Note: I didn’t intend on having a cannibal pun, but I’m actually quite pleased that it just happened.
Should I totally give up on anything good happening to Elizabeth and Phillip on the Americans? — Val
It’s not easy out there for a spy, that’s for sure. And Elizabeth in particular is going to be pretty broken up by the end of tonight’s episode after someone make a big sacrifice. And by broken up I mean she wears her poker face and remains internally in shambles. IT’S IN THE EYES, GUYS.
Hi Sandra. The latest episode of 1600 Penn (which is really funny and everyone should give it a chance) felt like it could be a series finale if needed… any chance it’s coming back? Thanks! — Jen
I’m going to vote on no. Sorry, Jen. More predictions here.
Sandra, there’s been NO love for Hawaii Five-0. PLEASE change that. — Maria
Finale intel: We’re used to seeing the team chase after the bad guys, but in the final episode of the season, I’m hearing someone on the team is going to be running from the good guys.
(Mandi Bierly, Emily Rome, and Nuzhat Naoreen contributed to this report.)