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'Pretty Little Liars,' 'Castle,' 'Fringe,' 'Glee,' 'Bones': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

True story: The other day, I spent three hours planning my TV schedule for fall. Yes, three hours. And yes, I took into account the fact that I have two DVRs. (Work and home!)

Like any good athlete, I’ve prepared and am ready for battle. THIS IS OUR TIME, fellow couch potatoes. Join me!

And now that we’re all motivated, I invite you to channel that excitement into some questions! Send all burning questions to And if you’ve already submitted one, maybe it made this week’s Spoiler Room column… READ FULL STORY

'Castle' season 4 deleted scene: Another tense moment between Castle and Beckett -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP


We know you still have that May season finale on your DVR, but on Sept. 11, you can rewatch Castle‘s entire fourth season when it hits DVD. Below, a deleted scene from the finale in which Castle (Nathan Fillion) asks Beckett (Stana Katic) to let her mother’s murder go, again.

Season 5 of Castle debuts Sept. 24 on ABC. READ FULL STORY

'Castle,' 'Grimm,' 'Parenthood,' 'Leverage': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy three-day weekend, gang! Hope you enjoy these end-of-week offerings before you retreat to your caves. (Just me? Ok…)

Remember to keep sending in your questions — @EWSandraG via Twitter or I’ll be able to knock out a few more next week and hopefully have a treat or two for loyal askers who have been waiting so patiently. READ FULL STORY

'Castle' exclusive: '30 Rock' actor to guest in 'Storage Wars'-inspired episode

Dot Com is heading to Castle — for an episode seemingly inspired by A&E’s Storage Wars!

Kevin Brown (pictured, left), best known for playing a member of Tracy’s entourage on NBC’s 30 Rock, is set to appear in the second episode of Castle‘s upcoming fifth season. He will play “Big” Percy Jenkins, an auction hunter who encounters Castle and Beckett while they are investigating a case that finds them in the middle of a Storage Wars-esque bidding contest.

Castle‘s new season kicks off Sept. 24.

'Castle' star Stana Katic on last week's epic finale: 'I think waiting any longer would have been unfair and dishonest.'

Castle‘s season finale last week left fans who’d been eager to see dynamic duo Castle and Beckett take their relationship to the next level satisfied and excited to see what’s to come.

Stana Katic couldn’t help but tease to us with the “what’s to come” part, but she did share her mutual excitement for the pair’s big step. She took us behind the scenes of the finale by breaking down Esposito’s decision to back Beckett while searching out her mother’s killer, and talk about her big rooftop fight!

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: This season finale felt perfect for the journey we’ve been through this season. Did you see it kind of the same way?
STANA KATIC: Yeah, I loved it. I felt like if we waited any longer it would be untrue to the characters. They’ve gone through a lot together, a lot of really great moments and a lot of really scary journeys together. I think waiting any longer would have been unfair and dishonest. So I think [creator Andrew Marlowe] did a really great job bringing those two characters finally to a point of complete honesty with each other. READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time,' 'House,' 'Burn Notice,' 'Vampire Diaries': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

We’re in the thick of finales, folks! I never thought it’d get here (and part of me hoped it never would!), but that’s indeed the case.

Having fun? Me too!

But it’s also been a ridiculously busy week, with a rush of renewals (O. M. G.), cancellations (R.I.P. Alcatraz), and pick ups (welcome, newbs). Next week? More madness, as the networks have their annual Upfront presentations here in NYC. But the good news for you is that I’ll be trolling around getting answers to your burning questions! So send them my way. Usual means works great: and @EWSandraG on Twitter!

After working on Lost, Once Upon a Time executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsiss know how to tease finales. Proof? This timely characterization of Sunday’s season finale: “They are the gang. They are the Fairy Tale Avengers,” they told EW in a chat earlier this week. Take a moment to take that in. Squeal with excitement. Now, compose yourself long enough to take in some elaboration, straight from Josh Dallas, who stopped by the office just yesterday. READ FULL STORY

'Castle' season finale: The inside story on THAT moment

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information on the season finale of Castle. Do not read on if you haven’t watched! You’ve been warned!

Castle creator and executive producer Andrew Marlowe knew that last night’s big moment would have fans buzzing. How could it not? After four seasons of ups, downs, and shameless flirting from both Castle and Beckett, the season 4 finale gave fans what they’d been hoping for: a chance to see the pair finally get together!

Bold? You bet. But not as bold as the alternative, says Marlowe. “Not doing it would have been even ballsier because I think the audience is near its breaking point,” he says. “And it’s 2012, people fall into and out of bed together all the time. If it had gone on any longer, we would have been bad storytellers.”

And this new path, which will find Castle and Beckett entering a relationship together in season 5? It’s full with opportunity, he says. “It was important to open up the storytelling. We had done as much storytelling as we thought we could do credibly with not having them together. So the characters either had to go their separate ways or get together,” he says. “We thought there was a lot of fun to be had mining their relationship once they were together because no relationship goes smoothly, and they’re fundamentally different people.” READ FULL STORY

'Castle' boss: Season finale will 'fundamentally alter' Beckett and Castle's relationship

It seems like just weeks ago that Castle aired its season 4 premiere, with eager fans waiting to see the fall out of Castle’s vocal expression of love. But in typical Castle/Beckett fashion, things didn’t play out exactly how we expected.

Season four found the pair largely avoiding the issue — and, in Beckett’s case, dealing with emotional problems along the way. But it was clear to everyone around them that they were as crazy as ever about one another. Tonight, they finally make it clear to each other, as EW showed you on Friday in this exclusive clip. “The episode is really about what secrets come out,” says executive producer Andrew Marlowe.

And those secrets are multi-layered. Not only will Castle and Beckett finally hash it out over their feelings (“She doesn’t know that he knows that she heard the ‘I love you.’ That comes out,” he says), but when a case finds Beckett once again working her mother’s murder case, Castle might have to come clean about another secret he’s been keeping. READ FULL STORY

'NCIS,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'NCIS: LA,' 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Big Bang Theory': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

The realization that so many shows are coming to a close hit me today, and once I stopped sobbing, I realized that as we head into summer, this might be the prime time to do a little self-evaluation!

So if you’re up for it — or just counting the hours till you clock out — I invite you to take a questionnaire on Spoiler Room. Your feedback matters to me, so if you can find the time to do it, I’d appreciate it!


And if you’re not in the question ANSWERING mood, ask one! or hit me up on Twitter. See y’all next week!


'Castle' season finale: 'I love you -- but you already know that, don't you?' -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

For the first time in a long time, I’m at a loss for words. But I suppose if I have to say something about the following exclusive clip from Monday’s season finale of Castle, it’s: wow.

Any fan of the ABC crime drama knows that episodes that find Beckett chasing info about her mother’s murder are always a highlight, and this year’s season finale is no exception. There’s always a new, shocking reveal waiting for the audience when this issue is brought up, and emotionally, it’s always a hot button issue for Castle and Beckett, particularly because Castle knows that Beckett tends to become dangerously obsessed with the case. Earlier this season, her infatuation was accompanied by a mysterious warning given to Castle: She’s getting too close to the answer — or, as Castle puts it in the clip, “If you don’t stop, they will kill you, Kate.”

Torn by his loyalty to his more-than-a-friend and his desire to keep her safe, Castle is forced to lay a lot of cards out on the table in Monday’s episode. And. I. Can’t. Wait.

It will surprise me if you’ve gotten this far in the text without pressing play already, but in case you haven’t, I invite you to do so below! And make sure to watch Castle’s season finale on Monday at 10 p.m. ET.


EW's season finale calendar

Each year, the month of May brings the promise of warmer weather, the start of big summer movies…and the torturous, agonizing time when we have to bid farewell to our favorite primetime characters. TV addicts that we are, we feel your pain. So to curb the stress, we’ve put together a master list of when your beloved shows will be signing off.  Grab your remotes and ready those DVRs as we present this year’s finales: READ FULL STORY

'Castle' guest star Adam Baldwin talks 'turning the tables' on 'Firefly' costar Nathan Fillion

Nathan Fillion is in for some “sweet, sweet revenge,” as his former Firefly costar Adam Baldwin calls it.

“It was great to be able to turn the tables on him finally. I was playing the subservient Jayne Cobb to his Mal Reynolds for a while and to get a chance to be a character who was a bit over his rank and be able to push him around a bit was just liberating,” he says. “Plus, the opportunity to work with Nathan again — he’s such a loving and giving actor for anybody that he works with and especially for the old [Firefly] crew.”

On tonight’s Castle, Fillion’s Richard Castle meets Baldwin’s Detective Nathan Slaughter, a no-nonsense badge from the gang unit who takes the writer along for a few adventures, acting as a pseudo-muse in place of Beckett. (She and Castle are still on the outs.) But Beckett he is not. “[Slaughter] uses unorthodox methodology to get results,” teases Baldwin. (See a preview below.) “When he’s given the opportunity to bring Castle along and show him the ropes — for selfish reasons, of course — Castle finds it a bit repulsive but also a bit attractive. There’s that thrilling heroics that he gets to be a part of.” READ FULL STORY

'Castle,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Hawaii Five-0,' 'Once Upon a Time': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

I had a revelation recently when chatting with my colleague Mandi Bierly about her sharing a dish of lobster mac and cheese with Pauly Shore during a recent interview. (You could ask her for details on that story, but that’s really all there is to it.): My life is weird.

In the past week, I’ve party-stalked Charlie Sheen (with no luck getting two minutes alone for an interview), talked about Titanic with Ringer‘s Ioan Gruffudd (he’s in it!), watched Megan Mullally steal from my colleagues, and hung out with the cast of the fantastic new drama Scandal. Yes, life is strange. But also wonderful. I guess this is my long-winded way of saying thanks for being part of my wonderful, strange life, Roomies.

And let me return the favor by seeking out some scoop for you. E-mail all requests to or ask me on Twitter. See you next week!



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