TV Time/Spoiler Time: The Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time, Supernatural, Beauty & the Beast, Revolution, Arrow, FringeWednesday, December 5th, 2012
You’ll want to record the March 3rd episode of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman stated the following, I think Episode 12 is going to be something special. All [eight episodes] are pretty great, but be on the lookout for that one.”
We’ll continue to see one of the princesses (either Aurora or Mulan) on Once Upon a Time after the show returns on January 6th. Regarding the character that Ethan Embry will portray on the fairy tale hit, all we know is that he’s an outsider, a stranger and he is not a fairytale character will not be someone anyone recognizes from fairytale land.
Make room for another Winchester on Supernatural. Playing a central role in the hour will be Sam and Dean’s paternal grandfather Henry, whose arrival stirs up some daddy issues for the pair. “In other words, what did their father’s father have to do with the way their father turned out? A lot of that is explored head-on,” Supernatural show-runner JeremyCarver stated. “There’s a tremendous amount of emotional ground that’s covered. When we get a chance to do one of these episodes, we try to do it with great care because we’re essentially [etching] a part of the mythology into stone.” Might Jeffrey Dean Morgan make a cameo as Sam and Dean’s late pa? Responds Carver, evasively: “As with any character, we always have open discussions about everybody in our universe.”
It seems Cat and Vincent will have to wait longer to get some nookie because Beauty and the Beast is getting ready to introduce a charismatic and slightly shady A.D.A. in his late 20s who will work closely with Kristin Kreuk’s Cat on a special task force. Business will turn to pleasure and, if all goes according to plan, the not-yet-cast New Guy could become a series regular.
We’ll finally get to see Diggle’s back-story on the CW’s Arrow. We will also get to see the importance of his relationship with Oliver and what it means to Diggle’s family.
A bit of normal news is that Paleyfest will host panels centered on Once Upon a Time and Revolution and if you want to keep tabs on the event, click here.
Regarding pilots, ABC has ordered 13 episodes of Weird Desk, a drama series that centers on an a top-level organization (“Weird Desk”) that is tasked with investigating paranormal, supernatural and extra-terrestrial cases. The organization is led by a character named Morgan, a stubborn and brilliant man who has a female partner named Rosetta. Anyone reminded of X-Files?
Promos to view:
Supernatural S8:Ep.10 – Tom and Frayed:
Fringe: S5:Ep.8 – The Human Kind
Arrow S1:Ep.9 – Year’s End