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'The Good Wife', '90210', 'Person of Interest': Tube Talk Q&A

By and Daniel Sperling
It's time for another blast of Tube Talk Q&A action - as ever, we're here to provide you with plenty of scoop and a fresh batch of UK premiere dates for all of your favourite US shows...

Person of Interest, 90210, Happy Endings, Touch and The Good Wife - it's a packed Q&A this week, sans filler!

Any idea when Syfy is going to show the last couple of episodes of Haven season three?
Audrey in Haven

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Duke Crocker, Nathan Wuomos and Audrey Parker from Haven

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An easy one, this! The final two episodes of Haven's third season were understandably pulled from US screens following the events at Sandy Hook Elementary School, since 'Reunion' and 'Thanks for the Memories' centred on the aftermath of a high-school shooting.

However, the episodes will now air as a double-bill on January 17 and UK viewers will get to see them a mere five days later - they're pencilled in for 9pm on Tuesday, January 22. And as if that wasn't enough good news, Haven has already been renewed for a fourth 13-part season too!

Any news on the return of 90210 and The Good Wife please? :o)
Shenae Grimes, AnnaLynne McCord and Matt Lanter are among the new cast who continue to live the 90210 lifestyle.

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Alicia Florrick in The Good Wife

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Ooh, cheeky, slipping two shows into one question. You've been a bit naughty, but we admire your eclectic TV taste and your cheeky smiley face, so we'll let it slide this one time. Here's all the info you need...

Of the two programmes you've asked about, The Good Wife will be rocketing back on to our screens first. The fourth season of the Julianna Margulies legal drama arrives on More 4 next Thursday, January 24 at 9pm.

As for 90210, well, unfortunately there's no chance of some California sun brightening these dark, dingy winter days - the likes of Naomi and Silver won't be back on E4 until the summer. But, on the plus side, season five will feature cameos from Britain's own Olly Murs and Olympic swimming sexsation...yes, sexsation...Ryan Lochte, both of which are sure to be worth the wait.

When is Touch back on Sky? I need my Kiefer Sutherland fix!
Kiefer Sutherland in the Pilot episode of 'Touch'

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It's been a rocky old road for season two of Kiefer's warm-hearted mystery drama. The Tim Kring creation was originally supposed to return to Fox in the US way back in October of last year, but the premiere was pushed back to February 1, 2013.

The show suffered one further - relatively minor - delay and will now debut new episodes on February 8, but UK viewers will have to hang on a little longer...

Season two - which features the likes of ER's Maria Bello and Inception actor Lukas Haas - will return to Sky1 in April, so Touch fans have a few months to wait until you can hear gravel-voiced Kiefer yell "Jake!" once again.

When is Person of Interest starting again? Channel Five just stopped mid-season!
Person of Interest S01E06: 'The Fix'

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Person of Interest S01E08: 'Foe'

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Yes, it's true, it did, but never fear, Jim Cavizel will be back as CIA man-turned-off-the-books vigilante John Reese in all new Person of Interest from Sunday, January 27 at 9pm.

In the first episode back, 'Super', Reese is recovering from being shot when he discovers that one of his neighbours could be in danger from a crazed stalker. You've got to feel for the guy - he can't even enjoy some peace and quiet when he's got a bullet in him.

When is Happy Endings back on E4? I miss it too much!
Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Happy Endings


We do too! In case you didn't know, Happy Endings is pretty much the best darn ensemble sitcom about a group of quirky young'uns since Friends, the undisputed king of ensemble sitcoms about a group of quirky young'uns.

And we're glad you're watching it, because the show seems to have been largely ignored both here and on the other side of the Atlantic - so much so that we fear it might be heading for the axe. If this upcoming third season really is the last we see of Happy Endings, make sure you're watching E4 this autumn so you don't miss a second.

I'm confused - did Unforgettable get cancelled or is it coming back?
Unforgettable: Carrie (Poppy Montgomery)

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Erm... both. The Poppy Montgomery-starring cop drama *was* axed by ABC in May, but the network later reversed its decision, picking the show up for a second season to air in 2013.

The all-new Unforgettable - which has undergone something of a cast overhaul - will debut on US screens on July 28, and while Sky Living has picked up the rights, the channel is yet to confirm a UK premiere date.

But star Montgomery has assured us that it will be worth the wait - "They're moving my character and Al - played by Dylan Walsh - out of Queens and into Manhattan," she revealed. "So we'll be in a whole new world which means [a] new precinct [and] new cops. I'm really excited to see how they develop certain storylines."

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