This week, we'll be teasing you with some Supernatural and Being Human goss, dissecting Charlie Brooker's A Touch of Cloth and coming clean about where the heck The Lying Game is hiding...
I want some Supernatural scoop! Is Misha Collins going to be back for the latest season?
As Winchester fans may know, Collins's angel Castiel played a reduced role in season seven of Supernatural - for reasons that we'll leave unsaid, to appease the spoiler-phobes - with many hoping that he'd be back full-time for season eight...
However, when we spoke to Collins recently, he told us that his future with the show - and how many episodes he'll be appearing in - is "to be determined". So yes, Cas will be back. But how often? That's still up in the air, it seems.
Any news regarding the fifth series of Being Human?
Pre-production is well underway on the new run of BBC Three's paranormal drama - which will be comprised of six episodes and sees new ghost Alex (Kate Bracken) installed as a series regular. And as is the Being Human standard, expect a terrifying new villain to fill the void left by Cutler (Andrew Gower) and Mr Snow (Mark Gatiss)...
Plus, Craig Roberts - who's popped up in series three and four as horny teen vampire Adam - is keen to pop up once again, while a return for Annie (Lenora Crichlow) is considered unlikely, but hasn't been ruled out completely.
I already miss Pete Versus Life. Any chance of a third series?
To be honest, the future is looking pretty bleak for poor Pete - series two managed a consolidated audience of just 599,800, well down on series one's average of 1.6m.
Earlier this year, Channel 4's chief creative officer Jay Hunt hinted to Broadcast that the show was unlikely to return, saying: "I'm very disappointed it hasn't proved more potent with audiences. I think it is a really good comedy and we have struggled to get people to watch it."
One man who is still keen to see Pete Versus Life return is the show's star Rafe Spall, who told us: "If I can come and do this [series] every year, for a few years, then I'd just be delighted because I think it's a brilliant show." - do you guys agree with Rafe?
I'm still excited for Misfits with the new cast - when is it back?
We're pretty excited too! Misfits - with cast members old and new - is currently shooting and Channel 4 has confirmed that the new episodes are currently targeted for an October / November air date. Now, as ever with these things, that could still change, but seems like a solid bet for now!
And in case you missed it at the time, check out our brilliant interview with Misfits star Joseph Gilgun (Rudy), in which he praises his "wide-eyed" new co-stars and series four's "very funny" scripts...
Any idea on when BBC4 will screen Lilyhammer?
If you're a fan of The Killing, The Bridge, Borgen and all those other beautifully bleak Scandinavian dramas, then you'll wanna keep an eye on the schedules (or Tube Talk's Must-Watch TV rundowns) for the arrival of Lilyhammer.
The show - which focuses on a New York mobster moving to a Norwegian town as part of the witness protection programme - will air on BBC Four later this year, the corporation has confirmed. Auntie seem to have fallen completely in love with Lilyhammer as well, describing it as "fresh, funny and offbeat". We can't wait!
Hang on, you said that The Lying Game would be back this week. What happened?
Don't shoot the messenger, people! Yes, yes, you are correct, the second half of The Lying Game's first season was initially scheduled to begin on 5* on Tuesday (July 16). However, we've just learnt that the show has now been pushed back to early September and no reason has been given of yet for the change.
So all you fans of troublesome twins Emma and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) will have to wait a little while longer before the show returns in all it's soapy glory. Sorry. Hopefully this sneak peek of what's to come will appease you...
I've just seen the trailer for A Touch of Cloth. It looks great! Any more teasers?
It's time to come clean - we've already watched the first feature length edition of Charlie Brooker's detective show spoof, and although we're not going to ruin it by unleashing a load of spoilers, we're sure Sky1 won't mind if we give our verdict on it.
Basically A Touch of Cloth can be summed up in one word - silly. John Hannah and Suranne Jones play it completely straight as two rozzers on the hunt for a murderer, but the world around them is full of absolute ridiculousness. Viewers can expect knob jokes, wordplay, subtle sight gags, a few things that might make you groan and plenty of cheeky nods to The Killing, Messiah, Wire in the Blood and the like, all delivered in a relentless, Airplane-esque style.
A second special has just finished filming and a third is on it's way - good news for the legion of fans A Touch of Cloth is about to pick up. For everyone else, there's a second series of Black Mirror coming in 2013.
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