When is Revenge season two going to air on E4? When will we be able to examine Elementary? And are we saying 'au revoir' to Kiefer Sutherland's Touch... or is it just 'bon voyage'? Read on to find out...
I am so excited for The Walking Dead to come back - any teasers?
You mean apart from all the awesome scoop we've been dishing out via our interviews with the cast and crew of the hit zombie drama, including Danai Gurira (Michonne), Norman Reedus (Daryl) and exec producer Gale Anne Hurd? You guys are never satisfied.
But never let it be said that we don't meet your demands. Remember in last year's finale when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) turned bad-ass and called an end to the "democracy" amongst his fellow survivors? Well, Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan (Maggie) told us that the 'Ricktatorship' is still very much in place when season three begins...
"Rick is a strong force now," said the actress. "And we all kind of join him! Rick is our leader. We're united now and very supportive." And they'll need to be, when they come up against new villain The Governor (David Morrissey)!
When will Revenge season two air on E4?
Soon...ish. It may be so trashy, so soapy, but by golly, Revenge never fails to thrill us here at Tube Talk. And we're guessing you guys are even more passionate about the show, since you're already dying for scoop on the second season when there are still two episodes of the first left to air on E4.
Still, we admire your forward-thinking and as a reward we can confirm to you that Emily VanCamp's quest for Revenge is set to resume in January 2013. Basically, once season one ends, you'll have about a month or so to give your jaw a rest before it starts hitting the floor again.
When is Elementary coming to the UK?
Oh, Elementary. "How could you possibly better Sherlock?" you cried out in despair. "We can't, but we're gonna have a load of fun anyway," they replied. We've stressed time and time again that the US Holmes remake starring Jonny Lee Miller is actually not that bad, and happily it appears that quite a few have come round to that idea by now.
So whether you're genuinely looking forward to watching Elementary, or are looking for visual proof that Lucy Liu as Watson is the first sign of the apocalypse, make sure you're sat in front of Sky Living on Tuesday, October 23 at 9pm for the premiere. It sounds like even Benedict will be tuning in (possibly).
I read about Touch getting pulled. Is it getting cancelled and does this mean we will finally get to see a 24 movie?
Yes, in case you missed it, season two of Kiefer Sutherland's touchy-feely (no pun intended) collaboration with Heroes creator Tim Kring has been pushed back by Fox in the US - originally slated for October, new episodes will now air from January 2013.
But while no show's future is ever 100% secure, this postponement probably doesn't spell the end for Touch - in fact, reports suggest that the delay is actually to allow for an unbroken run of episodes and a bigger promotional push.
As for the long-awaited 24 movie, Touch has only been put back by three months - certainly not enough time to shoot a big-budget action movie. All you Jack Bauer fans will just have to remain patient a little while longer.
Am I right in thinking the new season of Grey's Anatomy will start this month?
Yes and no. Sky Living initially announced that the folk at Seattle Grace would be back for season nine in October, but now they've revealed that the show's return date has been pushed back to early November.
So, not that much longer to wait, but after last season ended with the plane crash victims still fighting for survival, we understand if you're getting antsy. On the other hand, it's well known that the next season of Grey's will see Eric Dane depart the show, and we kind of want to put that off. The very real prospect of McSteamy leaving in a body bag is just more than we can stand.
Got any Doctor Who spoilers?
Erm... sort of. No scoopage direct from the sci-fi drama's Cardiff set this week but we did manage to grab recently departed Who star Arthur Darvill for a chat a few days back, and the man formerly known as Rory Williams told us that you will indeed see him face off with ex-Time Lord David Tennant in upcoming ITV drama Broadchurch, which stars both actors.
"I am [working with David]," Arthur told us. "He's great. It's just a really, really good script. I'm in the middle of filming... at the moment. It's been going really, really well but I'm not allowed to talk about it at all!"
The tease! We'll keep our ear to the ground for more Broadchurch scoop, but for now it's good to know that we will see Rory and the Tenth Doctor sharing some screen time!
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