Vampire Diarie’s Big Bad, Supernatural’s Demon Dean + Nashville, Revenge Scoop
Do you have any news on who will be the new Big Bad on #TVD?
You betcha! (This show is not Fargo.) I posed that very question to TVD’s fancy-pants bossJulie Plec in between begging for her to keep Alaric alive forever and badgering her for scoop on when Delena will reunite. “There is a big bad. it’s a long, slow-burn mythology that will unfold over the course of the entire season and will really impact each of our character in deep ways and it’s smart and it’s interesting and it’s small, which I like,” she teases. “Instead of trying to top ourselves year to year, we try to scale back and see if we can keep it really personal and rooted in character.” Right. But back to that whole Delena thing…
What’s coming up for my favorite troublemaker Juliette on Nashville?
Oh, aside from the fact that Hayden Panettiere’s real-life pregnancy is definitely being written into the show, setting the stage for some major baby daddy drama? Well, Juliette is heading to Hollywood in an attempt to headline a major biopic about one of country music’s most iconic singers. (Hint: her last name starts with a C!) But will an it boy actor, whose already been cast as her onscreen hubby, get in her way?
Bring on the Revenge scoop, I’m dying over here!
If this is a real life-threatening emergency, please hang up and dial 911. If you were just being dramatic, then good for you, ’cause I always am and please pause for the following scoop: David Clarke (James Tupper) is back, as you know, and I am hearing crazy-good things about his storyline! “I’m really excited to be back with the cast, it’s super fun,” James Tupper says of being resurrected. As for what version of David fans will be meeting? “I think he’s been through a lot in his life, he’s working it out. He’s got a lot of issues. Maybe he needs a therapist?” Because that always goes so well on Revenge.
Do you have more Demon Dean scoop?
We do, and straight from the mouth of the man himself, Jensen Ackles, who gave us a bit of info on just how Demon Dean differs from Regular Dean. “It was a tough season for old Dean last year. He was going through a lot… I wanted to take all of that away, all the weight of the world, all the heavy, the guilt, all of that stuff, remove all of that, because Demon Dean does not care. That’s kind of where I went with this character. He is Dean without a care in the world… It’s not comedic, it’s almost scarier. He cares so little for everything and everybody, and he loves it.”
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