Inside Line: Get Scoop on The Rookie, Walker, Millions of Little Things, In The Dark, Cruel Summer, Chi-Fire, Debris, and more


Is the rookie heading for a wedding? Could a million little things make you scream Who’s Away From Chicago Fire? Read on for answers to these questions as well as teasing from other shows.

Any news on whether the wedding of The Rookie’s Wopez will happen this season or will we have to wait to see them in season 4? (And since we’re on the subject, how does it look after a renewal?) – Lexie
As you have now learned from the final promo, Angela and Wes’ wedding day is suddenly just around the corner in the finale of this Sunday, although of course it does not go smoothly. (Let’s just say that Tim will arm himself with a shield at some point before he brings some really bad news.) Fortunately, a surprising trio of characters come together to (hopefully?) Save the day. As for The Rookie’s renewal prospects, showrunner Alexi Hawley has to be optimistic or he wouldn’t have ended the finals the way he did. (Check back on Sunday night for a juicy autopsy!)

Can you give us a glimpse into the finale of The Rookie? –Laura
As seen in the promo, Jenna Dewan (Witches of the East End) begins what will (until the renewal!) Be an arc as Nolan’s new neighbor and romantic interest. (Just wait to hear your character’s résumé!) But what you might not know is that Bob Morley of the 100s also appears in the finals as someone who threatens to be a big problem for the undercover Chen … ; Watch a clip here.

Any sphere over a million little things? –Eliza
Rumor has it that the season finale of the unexpected bubble show will end on June 9 on a giant cliffhanger. In other words, if ABC chooses not to order a fourth season, you’d better believe that it will be a “thing” – and not a small one at that.

Can you tell me when The L Word: Generation Q is returning to Showtime? –Judy
I hear you can count on a summer premiere for season two.

Is there any glimpse into the history of Walker and the Rodeo Kings? –Kyra
“It’s safe to say that the story of Rodeo Kings is definitely not finished,” replies the series creator, Anna Fricke. “Now that we have the revelation that Clint West of the Rodeo is King Trevor’s father, we can be sure that there is more history to be mined there.”

Anything to do with my new guilty pleasure, cruel summer? –Lyssa
Showrunner Tia Napolitano is well aware that viewers are often frustrated by unsatisfactory mystery shows. She promises that fans of the freeform drama will “get all the answers” by the end of season one. “We knew we had to do it right. We knew we had to deliver the real truth, ”says Napolitano. “We couldn’t fake the audience. We couldn’t skip it and just jump to another puzzle and slide past it. We knew we had to uncover and uncover the real truth, and it’s difficult. They know that there is a reason a lot of shows end up being unsatisfactory because it is very difficult to untie the knot you got yourself into. And we’ve just been very thoughtful and very deliberate, and I hope we deliver. “

Has there been an update on Victoria from PBS / ITV since Jenna Coleman appeared on a new TV show The War Rooms? Most recently, she said a few months ago that they were doing a fourth season and that it is a hiatus. – Amanda
And “on break” Victoria is still, I am told.

FBI: Most Wanted is still planning to introduce both Hana and Crosby’s parents as previously teased, or has that been postponed to season 3? –Stephanie
As you correctly indicated, the characters are not featured this season after all.

Do you have any information on where Max and Murphy will be when the third season of In the Dark kicks off? –Beth
I passed your Q on to showrunner Corinne Kingsbury, who wrote back, “Murphy tends to keep testing those who are closest to her, and Max has hit his breaking point” when Season 3 hits June 23rd. “Murphy is at a loss when it comes to Max and how little he reacts to her tried and tested manipulative tricks. “

Will we get any major Stellaride content in these final episodes of Chicago Fire? –Fiona
Now that Stella has passed her lieutenant’s exam and Severide is considering marriage, there are going to be some important events in her life [that are] Not just sunshine and roses, ”says showrunner Derek Haas. But rather than problems between the couple, it will be “external circumstances” that challenge the couple.

Could you ask Chicago Fire’s Derek Haas if we’ve seen Jon Ecker’s last as Greg Grainger this season? –Christie
The May 5 episode was, in fact, Ecker’s last appearance – at least for now. “I really like him,” showrunner Haas told TVLine. “I would definitely want to see him again next season.”

I would love to receive updates on NBC’s Debris! –Shekirah
Jonathan Tucker told Inside Line that the latest episode, in conjunction with the May 17th episode, “marks off a mind-boggling finale and people will be pleased with the questions that are answered.” Or as co-star Riann Steele put it: “Oh my god, the finale is just the best. Like, questions are answered, but then another thing entirely unfolds that will prepare us for an amazing Season 2. I know when I read it I was like WTF! “

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