Spoiler Time: Fringe, Supernatural, and The Vampire Diaries
TV Line has given us the scoop on several of the shows we love.
Here’s what exec producer Jeff Pinkner told them when they asked him about the casting of Henry Ian Cusick and Georgina Haig as FBI agents — the latter of which has been ID’d in some pap pics as Young Olivia (!).
“We were unbelievably fortunate to have them… and they really enjoyed being part of the show, but to tell you anything more than that would really be a betrayal to the surprise of seeing the episode.”
EP J.H. Wyman also reminded them that the duo appear in this season’s 19th episode, which traditionally deviates from the norm (i.e. 2010′s musical “Brown Betty” or last year’s animated entry),
Joshua Jackson had and interesting answer when they asked him if he had any scenes with Cusick and/or Haig.
“I do not. For reasons I can’t tell you, I do not.”
And, Pinkner also informed them the question as to when and if Peter will return to his timeline will “very soon” become moot.
TV Line also gave us a little intel regarding Misha Collins’ return to Supernatural this Friday:
As if it wasn’t hard enough for fans to watch as the Winchesters lost their beloved Impala this season, the show is bringing back Cas sans his iconic trench coat! (He’s also missing his memories, but it’s the clothing that really matters, right?) Will Cas’ armor, so to speak, make a comeback? “I hope so,” Collins tells us. “Because it’s almost tawdry not to wear that trench coat. It just felt wrong.” But on a more serious – and alarming – note, Collins tells us Cas is no rush to get his memories back! Check back later this week for more Supernatural scoop from the former angel!
Finally, they dished on The Vampire Diaries and who may die before the season ends:
If you’re asking whether Stefan will finally exterminate Klaus — and I’m hoping you are, since that’s the only scoop I have at the moment — the answer is… probably not, at least according to Paul Wesley. “Stefan may just say, ‘You know what? F— this guy,’” the actor tells TVLine with a laugh. “Klaus has become a little bit of a staple in this community, so it’s really more about getting Klaus to not be so much of a threat” rather than actually killing him. So Stefan’s going to suddenly abandon his quest to whack the big, bad hybrid after an entire season of Klaus’ tormenting and scheming to destroy him? “I’m not saying he will,” Wesley hedges, “but I think that it’s a possibility.”