So we came to the rescue with our ever-popular Q&A - in which you'll discover some good news about White Collar, some potential upsetting news about Modern Family and (hopefully) come round to the idea that Elementary isn't entirely awful...
Any news on the American Sherlock Holmes series Elementary? I haven't been impressed by the clips.
Well, guess what, Mr Grumpy Pants, we've actually seen the pilot for Elementary - which stars Jonny Lee Miller as a contemporary Sherlock in New York and Lucy Liu as his sidekick Joan Watson - and (whisper it) it's actually pretty good...
Alright, so the CBS series is not a patch on Sherlock - no big surprise there. But Jonny Lee Miller is a talented actor and he makes for an endearing and charismatic lead. In terms of tone, think along the lines of ABC's Castle with Sherlock Holmes in place of Nathan Fillion's crime writer.
So while Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman needn't be quaking in their boots, we'd still recommend checking out Elementary when it airs over here on Sky Living. Taken on its own merits, it's perfectly enjoyable.
The new trailer for The Walking Dead is amazing! When will season three air in the UK?
Isn't it just?! Even those of you who felt let down by season two can't deny that the prison-set third season of The Walking Dead looks very special indeed - catch the trailer here if you haven't already!
So we know that the zombie drama will return to US screens courtesy of AMC in October, but the absolutely *brilliant* news is that UK broadcaster FX is also currently aiming for a mid-October broadcast.
As with season two, the third run will be split into halves, with season 3.5 expected to arrive on these shores by February 2013. Pretty good news, eh?
I've just heard about the Modern Family cast dispute. I hope the show won't be cancelled!
Pay disputes like the one currently going on behind the scenes of Modern Family are not exactly a new occurrence in Hollywood, but admittedly the likes of Sofia Vergara, Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet going so far as to sue producers 20th Century Fox TV in a bid to renegotiate their contracts does sound pretty alarming.
Still, there's not a lot between what ABC are offering ($150,000 an episode) and what the cast want at the moment ($200,000), and while the actors have other demands too, of course, we don't imagine the network would let one of their biggest shows die over what is a relatively minor disagreement.
They certainly don't seem to be considering life without Modern Family anyway, having moved fellow comedies The Neighbors and Suburgatory around in the Wednesday evening slots before and after Modern Family on the basis of which will benefit more from the presence of their ratings winner.
And although production has now been delayed by the lawsuit, so far we're only two days behind schedule and the cast have agreed to attend a new table read. If a speedy resolution can be reached, Modern Family's fourth season should still be ready in time for its probable September debut in the US and the October start date fixed by Sky1 in the UK.
Wow, Line of Duty has left me speechless. Will it be coming back?
Indeed it will. The BBC wasted no time in picking up their police corruption thriller for a second series, announcing as much less than 24 hours after the first series came to a close on Tuesday (July 24).
Despite Line of Duty being BBC Two's biggest new drama for seven years, the confirmation of another series still came as a bit of a surprise (to us at least) after the game-changing twist in the final episode of its debut run.
Line of Duty's production company have said only that the new series will feature "a new and controversial anti-corruption investigation", so goodness knows what thrills await us. Fingers crossed it'll be just as compelling after the big loss suffered in the finale - we remain confident!
When will Mad Dogs be back on Sky1?
Soon...ish. Poor Max Beesley, Marc Warren, John Simm and Philip Glenister will continue their holiday from hell in series three of Mad Dogs in January 2013, with the action taking place this time around in Morocco.
We can also reveal that the lovely Jaime Winstone is to make an appearance in the new episodes, which will surely cheer up the boys after they start the series at "their lowest point yet" in a local prison. More corruption, cartels and general chaos are sure to follow!
I am gutted that Spartacus is ending but any word on when Sky will air the last series of my fave show?
Erm... sort of. The US air date for Spartacus: War of the Damned is still pretty far off - they're still shooting the final episodes. So the best that Sky1 have for us right now is "early 2013" - a rough if definite return date for our Thracian hero...
To tide you over, why not check out the War of the Damned teaser trailer that was recently unveiled at Comic-Con. There are more examples of epic action, testosterone-fuelled dialogue and outrageous gore than we would've thought possible to fit into a mere 85 seconds!
Has any channel picked up White Collar?
We're recycling this particular query from a loooong while ago (it was first asked way back in April) but for a very good reason - we have some good news for White Collar fans!
Last we'd heard, Sky Living - who aired season one - had dropped the slick con-man drama "for a variety of business reasons" but now it's come to light that season two, which debuted in the US back in July 10, is going to air on Alibi from Tuesday, October 16 at 10pm.
So the long wait is over, Matt Bomer fans. Let's just hope that Alibi stick with White Collar longer than Living did...
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