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'Grimm,' 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Psych,' 'Once Upon a Time': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

My lovely roomies, I hope you’re well. Hello from sunny California, where (#twist!) I now live! Exciting, right?

Now, it won’t really affect our weekly party, but I just wanted to share the news because we’re pals. Anyway, that’s my life update. Now for a juicy update on all your favorite shows!

Got lingering requests? Shoot me a note at spoilerroom@ew.com or ping me on Twitter. (@EWSandraG)

‘VAMPIRE DIARIES’: SCOOP ON ELENA’S NEW LOOK
Elena + pink streaks? It’s true! But this new ‘do is only part of the Elena makeover fans will be seeing from the sans-humanity Elena, reveals executive producer Julie Plec. READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time' post-mortem: Snow's dark path and seven other scoops from PaleyFest

Tonight’s tear-jerking episode of ABC’s Once Upon a Time was screened to an eager and enthusiastic crowd of fans this afternoon before the cast and creators took the stage at PaleyFest. The Q&A that followed touched on some of the themes brought up in the episode. So if you haven’t watched the episode, titled “The Queen is Dead,” we recommend waiting to read the story below until you check it out.

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'Person of Interest,' 'Revenge,' 'Scandal,' 'Castle': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Afternoon, Roomies! Happy…what is today? I hate three-day weekends. (That’s a lie: I love them.)

Anyway, check out today’s offerings; I hope it’s enough to feed your inner scoop-hungry beast. Next week: PaleyFest kicks off in Los Angeles! I’m excited and you should be too. Make sure you send me all your questions for the casts of Once Upon a Time, Walking Dead, Community, Revolution, Parenthood, Arrow, and more! (Email is spoilerroom@ew.com)

Follow me for the most updates as well. @EWSandraG
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'Once Upon a Time,' 'Castle,' 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Following': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy Tuesday, y’all! Lots of good stuff here so I won’t waste your time with foreplay — unless you like that sort of thing. Wink. Kidding. Sorry. Must be all these Valentine’s-themed episodes I’ve been watching that are making me all saucy.

Speaking of which, happy early Valentine’s Day to you all! Show me your love by sending more questions: spoilerroom@ew.com.

See you next week.

ONCE UPON A TIME: MR. GOLD’S ADVENTURE

Mr. Gold is off on an adventure into a terrifying land he’s never been before — New York. And while Henry certainly enjoys the trek to NYC in this week’s episode of Once Upon a Time, Mr. Gold’s journey to find his son definitely is not going to go smoothly, according to executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. “I would say that ‘Manhattan’ is going to be the showdown that everyone wants to [see],” says Kitsis, referring to Mr. Gold’s reunion with his son. (Also, there are some amazing flashbacks that explain at least one major burning question fans have Gold for a very long time and the ending of the last flashback will send a chill through your spine.)

Kitsis adds that Gold’s confrontation with his son won’t be the only emotional turmoil we should expect in this week’s hour. “Emma is going to be dealing with a lot of emotional baggage [in the next few episodes], I’ll say that,” Kitsis says. “There are a lot of things she needs to get through.”

In related Once news, as I told you this week, August will make a reappearance later this season, and says Horowitz, “We can’t wait for you to see the next phase of his story.” But the rest of the season won’t just be returns from favorite characters. Two words: —i- -o–.
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'Once Upon a Time' scoop: Look who's returning...

Like our spoiler friendly headline? Thought you would. That said, it’s time for some good news. Oncers, prepare yourselves…

We’re going to learn what happened to August!

EW has learned that Eion Bailey — who plays August/Pinocchio — is set to appear on the show’s 18th episode, titled “Selfless, Brave and True,” after mysteriously disappearing earlier this season. No official airdate for the episode has been set.

Here’s hoping we finally learn how a wooden guy waltzes out of his bedroom without being seen. (Magic?)

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'Once Upon a Time' sneak peek: Hook goes after [spoiler!] -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Rumple is not going to like this.

On Sunday’s Once Upon a Time, Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) redirects his hatred for Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and instead finds himself looking to harm his nemesis’s longtime love Belle (Emilie de Ravin). But what the pirate may not know is that Belle will never take an attack lying down.

Watch Belle narrowly escape danger — for now — in the exclusive clip below. READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon' scoop: 'Downton Abbey' actress cooks up mystery role

Downton Abbey‘s cook is dropping into fairy tale land.

Lesley Nicol has signed onto ABC’s Once Upon a Time for a mysterious upcoming role. “As a Huge #DowntonAbbey Fan I’m very excited @lesley_nicol is coming to #OnceUponATime!” tweeted Josh Dallas, who plays Prince Charming on the show (to which Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof replied, “It is unfair that England gets to see DOWNTON ABBEY before us because we beat them in a war”).

No details yet on Nicol’s character other than she’ll have a “special connection” to the Snow White family. Hmm.

Nicol, who plays Mrs. Patmore on the British hit, is expected to return to Downton for season four (but not, as you might have heard, Dan Stevens). And in case you missed it, here’s another Once Upon casting, this time involving a Walking Dead actor, that broke over the holiday.

'Once Upon' scoop: 'Walking Dead' newbie cast in mysterious new role

A newcomer on AMC’s The Walking Dead is joining the cast of ABC’s Once Upon a Time.

Actress Sonequa Martin-Green is joining ABC’s fantasy hit in the mysterious new role of Tamara. The chracter is is described as a charming and likable woman who’s secretly highly ambitious and a fearless leader driven to get what she wants. Not a lot to go on, but that’s all the information we have right now (I know, rough sledding trying to figure what Tamara’s mythological identity might be from that). Tamara is expected to be a recurring character this season and possibly appear in the show’s third season as well.

Martin-Green’s Walking Dead character Sasha was introduced in the recent midseason finale of the series (part of a new group of survivors who just discovered the prison) and she’s expected to continue on the show when it returns from hiatus in February. Green has also had arcs on CBS’ The Good Wife and was on NYC-22.

Here’s the latest promo for the return of Once Upon, which teases what will happen now that fairy tale land characters can leave Storybrooke: READ FULL STORY

Best of 2012: 5 great cliffhangers

The purpose of a cliffhanger is to keep the fans talking — for a week or for months. Here are five that got our readers buzzing.

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'Once Upon a Time,' 'Revolution,' 'The Newsroom' to be featured at PaleyFest

Good news for fantasy fans, electricity haters, and Aaron Sorkin geeks: The Paley Center announced today that events featuring the cast and creators of ABC’s Once Upon a Time, NBC’s Revolution, and HBO’s The Newsroom will be held at next year’s PaleyFest.

The annual festival includes panels centered on current and beloved-but-canceled shows. This past year’s lineup shone a spotlight on Community, American Horror Story, The Vampire Diaries, and Castle, among others. Once Upon a Time‘s cast and creators also attended the fest in 2012.

Though a full lineup won’t be announced until Jan. 9, tickets for the fest are already available. Did somebody say best Christmas present ever?

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Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): How Robert Carlyle created Rumpelstiltskin

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Once Upon a Time‘s Rumpelstiltskin is arguably broadcast TV’s most extreme character, a devilish, vindictive, childish wizard who offers to fulfill desperate wishes “for a price.” Actor Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, 28 Weeks Later) plays fairy tale land’s Rumple and his sober Storybrooke alter ego Mr. Gold, and put plenty of thought into the creation of both characters. Here, in a piece originally published as the show began its second season, he shares his process. For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012: Behind the Scenes coverage.

Origins: “I knew Rumpelstiltskin’s name but I didn’t know anything else about him,” Carlyle says. “Everyone thinks they know Rumpelstiltskin but they don’t really. The lines I was given to perform seemed to be begging to be taken as far from normality as possible. I thought, ‘The braver the [performance] better.’”

The voice: “There’s no way I could speak in my normal voice while looking so extraordinary and while having this bizarre stuff to say,” the actor reasoned. “I tried many different types of voices and the thing that I landed on was completely by chance, really, thanks to my son. He was wandering though the house making these high-pitched voices and sounds I thought, ‘Rumpelstiltskin has a child-like quality to him, he kind of enjoys gleefully tricking people.’” READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time' actor Raphael Sbarge on 'Star Wars' in Storybrooke and 'dramatic' events to come

EW readers might be hoping to see Yoda pop up on Once Upon a Time, but actor Raphael Sbarge, who plays Storybrooke’s resident psychologist Archie, has his own hopes.

“When Disney bought Star Wars, my first thought was, ‘When’s C-3PO coming on?!’” he tells EW.

But his own personal wish list aside, Sbarge says he’s on the fence about whether or not George Lucas’ iconic characters should ever cross paths with Storybrooke — but if they ever do, it would stay true to the Once universe.

“It’s above my pay grade, but I would imagine there’s a fine line for [the writers] to walk. Part of what makes this show work is even though they have broken the rules in one sense, they have a lot of structure to what it is they’ve laid out,” he says.

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'Once Upon a Time,' 'Grimm,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Glee,' 'The Middle': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Hello from Texas!

That’s right, friends, I’m home for the holidays, and getting here was quite the event. (No wi-fi + planes + trains + automobiles = stress) So I hope you can forgive me for being a day later than normal with your scoop. If you can find it in your heart to pardon me, I invite you to gather ’round the Spoiler Room table for a delicious helping of TV dish!

I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with lots of joy, DVR clearing, and gluten-free pies. And should you find the time/need something to do while hiding from your family, I invite you to send in a question for the next column, which will come out Dec. 3. (Yay, vacation!) Contact info is as usual: spoilerroom@ew.com and @EWSandraG on Twitter.

CHANDRA WILSON ON BAILEY’S FUTURE … AND GREY’S ANATOMY

If you read my chat with Grey’s Anatomy‘s Chandra Wilson last week, then you know that Bailey will spend the next episodes “kicking and screaming” her way to the altar. But one thing Wilson thinks might help Bailey get into the groove a bit more? If Ben put a ring on it!

“My finger is light, that’s all I’m saying. It’s very, very light,” she says, laughing. “And he used to be an anesthesiologist. You’d think there would be some sort of bling involved. But her finger is rather light — at least for 2012. So we’ll see what happens going forward.” But regardless of Bailey’s left hand gets a little heavier, Wilson says Bailey is committed. “She’s going to see [it] through,” she says. “You can’t tell somebody you’re going to marry them and then play around.”

And while Bailey and Ben could have many happy years ahead of them, as always, questions are starting to arise about Grey‘s future. Now midway though its ninth season, Wilson says she is anything but tired. And while there won’t be official word about a tenth season for several months, she says she’s personally on board. “I think the consensus is that as long as our writers want to keep writing, we’re here to keep riding the ride,” she says. “As actors, we’re very cognizant of the opportunities we’ve been given. Sooner or later it will be the end.”

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