Once again the Q&A is here to dry your tears and tousle your hair lovingly with answers to said question and your other queries about American Horror Story, NCIS and more...
Any news on a UK broadcaster for the final series of Chuck?
'Fraid not - we reported a while back that Sky Living had no plans to screen Agent Bartowski's final exploits, which aired in the US from October 2011 to January this year. And understandably no other UK broadcaster is leaping at the chance to pick up the final season of a show that ended some time ago.
Instead, Chuck's distributor has gone straight to DVD. If you want to check out the fifth and final season - including the two-hour series finale - you'll have to shell out for the box-set, which hits stores on October 15.
When does Elementary air on Sky Living? I want to see if it's as good as Sherlock!
Good news - you don't have long to wait! Elementary - the US network take on a contemporary Sherlock Holmes - premieres on CBS on September 27 and it's now been confirmed that UK viewers will get the show in October on Sky Living, so the gap should be relatively small.
And if you're a Sherlock addict who's sceptical about this new series, we'd still recommend giving it a shot - Jonny Lee Miller is fantastic as a Sherlock who's quite different to the Benedict Cumberbatch model.
Any more news on when The Walking Dead will hit the UK?
It's almost time to be reunited with the walkers, delicious humans. We've known for a while now that The Walking Dead season three will be back on UK screens sometime in October, but an actual, factual date and airtime has now been confirmed by FX.
Andrew Lincoln and co's battle for survival will continue on Friday, October 19 at 10pm - a mere five days after it premieres on AMC in the US.
So what can we expect in season three... aside from a bit of brain chomping and some gruesome twists? Well, iconic Walking Dead characters The Governor (David Morrissey) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) will finally be making an appearance and, as teased in the season two finale, the characters will enter the infamous prison setting.
I need some US police procedurals in my life. Any news on the new NCIS: Los Angeles or Hawaii Five-0?
Da da da da da da/Da da da da da - oh sorry, we can't help but sing out that classic theme tune whenever someone mentions Hawaii Five-0. But we've got a lot of love for NCIS: LA as well - in fact we enjoy it so much that we've almost forgiven Chris O'Donnell for Batman & Robin. Almost.
Anyway, Sky1 have confirmed that yes, they do plan to air both Hawaii Five-0's third season and the fourth season of NCIS: Los Angeles, but unfortunately the shows won't be back until the New Year. So, it'll be a while before we're frolicking in the surf with Alex O'Laughlin and Scott Caan or pretending we're hip enough to hang with LL Cool J, but at least we've got a bit of sunny escapism to look forward to in the cold winter months.
Will American Horror Story season two be shown over here?
Yup. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's shocking, unsettling horror drama will return to FX just in time for Halloween on October 30.
Indeed, season two - subtitled 'Asylum' - will be featuring plenty of tricks and treats, as the show gets a complete refresh and moves setting to a 1960s asylum for the criminally insane run by Jessica Lange's Sister Jude.
James Cromwell, Chloe Sevigny, Joseph Fiennes, Adam Levine, Evan Peters and Zachary Quinto will be joining her, potentially playing the aliens, Nazis and skin-wearing serial killers we've been promised by Murphy's team. Sounds like we're in for a lot of sleepless nights - and we can't wait!
The BBC's Hunted with Melissa George looks good from the trailers. When does it start?
The Beeb has just confirmed that Hunted - a Spooks-esque spy thriller from X-Files writer / producer Frank Spotnitz that stars the lovely Miss George as heroine Sam Hunter - will launch on Thursday, October 4 at 9pm on BBC One. So just two weeks to wait...
Tube Talk got the chance to view the first episode a while back and we can confirm that you're in for an action-packed thrill ride! Plus, we caught up with the show's lead for a quick chat, so look out for a interview with Melissa George in the coming days.
Excited for new show The Following with Kevin Bacon. Is it coming to the UK?
It is, via the lovely folk at Sky Atlantic. First up, US viewers will get to see the gruesome horror drama - in which Bacon's tortured FBI agent Ryan Hardy is pitted against James Purefoy's sadistic serial killer Joe Carroll - in early 2013, since it's a midseason replacement.
We've been reliably informed that UK telly addicts will then get episodes of The Following "within days" of Stateside transmission. So you won't have to duck spoilers for long!
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