We've got some more answers for you in this week's edition of the Tube Talk Q&A! If you're hoping to find out when Bones is back, when Supernatural will return or what on Earth has happened to Glee, you're in luck...
Read on to get your answers, and then let us know your questions by posting in the comments box below!
Poor Bones. The latest season has been ridiculously meddled with in the US, but it finally returned over there on Monday and Sky Living will start airing the brand new episodes from Wednesday, April 18. It's really hard to get you excited for the first instalment without completely spoiling it, but seriously - the only way to describe it is monumental. Don't miss it.
Bad news, I'm afraid. Sky Living confirmed in February that it has dropped White Collar "for a variety of business reasons" and it doesn't appear to be on the radar of any other broadcaster. Best you can do is start saving your pennies for the season two DVD, out on July 30.
It's been confirmed that Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles will be "bringing sexy back" (Sky's words, not ours) as everyone's favourite demon-hunting brothers in the summer. Sky Living has helpfully said it "doesn't have any definite dates yet", but June is a pretty good bet.
Meanwhile, in other Supernatural news, it's been suggested that the show will return for an eighth season with the immensely talented Jeremy Carver coming on board behind the scenes. Exciting stuff.
Will we be able to see the US remake of Being Human over here?
We'd love to see this, too - it stars Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington and has already aired two seasons in the States (with a third to come!) We haven't got any firm news for you just yet but rest assured that we've put our feelers out there and will keep you updated as soon as we hear anything!
I saw the trailer for the new US show Newsroom and it looked great! Will it be shown in the UK?
Doesn't it look fantastic? We're excited, too (and when we say excited, we mean obsessively staring at the calendar to count down the days.) For those of you that don't know, the show's penned by Aaron Sorkin (who's written some show called The West Wing and a movie named The Social Network... no, us neither) and stars celebs like Olivia Munn, Jeff Daniels and Jane Fonda. Jane Fonda. It's all about a group of people working on a broadcast news show (so lots of opportunities for those famed walk-and-talks.)
And here comes the really good news - Sky Atlantic has confirmed it'll definitely be broadcasting the show in the UK! It premieres in the US on June 24, so expect it to hit here at some point after that. Oh, and you should also most definitely be looking forward to Sky Atlantic's other HBO beauties coming up - Veep, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and from The Thick Of It's Armando Iannucci, and Lena Dunham's comedy Girls, which is picking up acclaim all over the place.
Another Sky Atlantic one, this! The bittersweet comedy previously aired on BBC Two but switched to Sky Atlantic for its third season, and the fourth is due this summer - we're hearing July at the moment, so keep your eye out for it then! But what can you expect? Well, Bobby Cannavale has signed up to appear in the show and we've heard that it'll all be about "consequences" - yikes! Could things finally catch up with Jackie? We're looking forward to finding out!
Um, where's Glee tonight? It's disappeared from the TV guide!
Don't worry - Glee isn't going anywhere! Shortly after Sky1 announced the show's post midseason-break premiere - timed to avoid any more gaps in the broadcast - US network Fox threw a spanner in the works by putting the show on hiatus for weeks.
That means it's not back in the US until Tuesday, but the good news is that we'll now be just two days behind the States again, and we've been promised an unbroken run until the end of the season on both sides of the Atlantic. In other words, Glee will be back on Sky1 on Thursday, April 12 - and then there really, honestly, truly won't be any more gaps. And the next episode? It's the one featuring the aforementioned Matt Bomer...
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