BONES: Tamara Taylor on the Ghost Killer Resolution and the Crazy Season Finale
BONES is taking another crack at the Ghost Killer case on Monday, and like showrunner Stephen Nathan teased, the case will be getting wrapped up...well, sort of. "We actually do solve the Ghost Killer case, but that unfortunately unravels and opens up Pandora's box," BONES star Tamara Taylor (Cam) previewed. "It's much deeper than we thought. It all goes much deeper than we thought. I think the team thinks that we've finally done it, everybody breathes a sigh of relief, and then it's like, 'Oh, but there's more.'" Unfortunately for the team, the tension doesn't exactly let up: the May 12th season finale -- which Nathan had teased would consist of "a pretty substantial cliffhanger" that will "at least temporarily change the way all of the crimes are dealt with" -- puts Booth and Brennan is a precarious situation.
CASTLE: Seamus Dever Teases ‘That ’70s Show’
CASTLE is taking a trip to the '70s with Monday's episode, "That '70s Show," and the hour lets viewers see their favorite characters in a way we've never seen them before. To get a little insight into the making of the episode, I spoke with CASTLE star Seamus Dever (Ryan) about getting into the era, what Ryan will be up to, what era he hopes the show tackles next, and more...
CASTLE: ‘That ’70s Show’ Teases
CASTLE has been off the air for several weeks, but the show returns this Monday with "That '70s Show," an episode that finds the characters embracing the '70s in an attempt to solve a decades-old case. I had the chance to screen the fun hour, and while I don't want to ruin what goes down, I do have a few teases about the episode...
THE FOLLOWING’s Connie Nielsen on the Lily Twist: ‘I Knew This Was Exactly Where It Was Going’
[THE FOLLOWING spoiler warning: This post contains major spoilers for "The Reaping." If you have not seen the hour yet, go watch it, and then come back to see what THE FOLLOWING's Connie Nielsen has to say about the episode.]
ARROW: Andrew Kreisberg on Laurel’s New Insight into Oliver
ARROW's Slade Wilson has been steadily laying the groundwork to properly get his revenge on Oliver, and in the last episode he delivered a double-whammy: he told Thea her birth father was actually Malcolm Merlyn, and informed Laurel that Oliver was The Arrow. And while viewers already got a little taste of how Thea will react to the news of her paternity, how Laurel will respond to the bombshell that was dropped on her is a bit of a question mark. "I think Laurel has obviously had a very rough year," ARROW executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told reporters. "When Slade told Laurel, he thought that was going to be yet another devastating death charge into Oliver's life. And I think Laurel's reaction into finding out the news -- for one, not just taking it at face value, but being smart about it -- and her emotional reaction to the news is surprising. I think most people assume she will react one way, and that she reacts a different way is great."
Season finale: The group learns the history of Greendale’s first Dean, Russell Borchert (guest star Chris Elliott, “Eagleheart”), a reclusive, wealthy genius who disappeared amid a personal scandal in the 1970s. Once Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Hickey (Jonathan Banks) locate the school’s blueprints, Annie (Alison Brie) and Abed (Danny Pudi) lead the search for Borchert’s old computer lab, which was sealed off years ago. Subway returns to Greendale with plans to take over the campus for a Subway University and they enlist Chang (Ken Jeong) to secretly keep tabs on the study group. Meanwhile, Jeff (Joel McHale) and Britta (Gillian Jacobs) make a grown-up decision about their futures.