Every week, senior editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I can't wait to see how the new season of Fringe goes down. What have you heard? â Martha
MICKEY: As it did in Season 1, the Fringe division will have an in-house adversary, a powerful government official who thinks Agent Broyles gives his team far too much latitude. Her actions will complicate things for Walter & Co., who will already be burdened by the secret sabotage of Nolivia (the "over-there" Olivia).
Can I have some Addison-and-Sam Private Practice scoop, please? â Jamie
ADAM: Well, series star Kate Walsh is thrilled by the coupling, but she hopes the new season will show the pair's happier moments. "You get to play the tension... [but] we didn't have time in the season to really explore the friendship and how much fun they have together," Walsh says. "They're really two people who enjoy each other and it's fabulous for them to make the decision to go for it."
How are True Blood's werewolves different than shifters? â Lila
MICKEY: They're definitely similar, but werewolves are a bit more ambitious. For example, they fought in World War II... just not on our side. Details! Look for an Eric-and-Godric flashback about these cani-Nazis, which will probably confuse you once you find out who employs Bill's kidnappers.
Got any teasers for the new season of Criminal Minds? â Meg
ADAM: The premiere will answer all the cliff-hanger's questions, in particular how and why Tim Curry's character started taking lives. "He's really the most prolific killer we've ever seen. He's done this his entire life," co-executive producer Erica Messer tells us. "The premiere will have to revisit and say, 'We know it's all about the dark, but why? Where did he start?'"