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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Once Upon a Time: Scoop on the possibility of the Black Fairy (Played by Jaime Murray) returning and more from TVLine's Michael Ausiello

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Here's some scoop on Once Upon a Time from this week's (Posted on 12/7/16) Ask Ausiello column.



Question: Will we see Once Upon a Time‘s Black Fairy again? Will we also get an explanation as to why she steals babies and what happens to them afterwards? —Rebecca
Ausiello: Coming out of that fall finale, this comes as little surprise: “We are going to see a lot more of the Black Fairy (played by Jaime Murray),” series cocreator Adam Horowitz assures, “exploring her both in the past and present and learning more about Rumple’s relationship to his mother and the strange land from which she hails.”
Question: I know I’m not the only one who caught The Dragon mentioning a daughter in Once Upon a Time Episode 8. Have the showrunners said anything lately about when Lily and Maleficent will be back? Or whether Emma will keep her promise to help Lily find her father? —Sabrina
Ausiello: In a word, “No,” that Dragon (played by Tzi Ma) has nothing to do with the mystery of Lily’s father, the series cocreators confirmed for Matt Mitovich. “We had high hopes” to revisit that story in Season 6, Eddy Kitsis shared, “but we just won’t get to it.”



Link to the full article:‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’: Lorelai and Luke Wedding Spoilers | TVLine






The Vampire Diaries: Caroline and Sybil related scoop on the season 8 Christmas episode (Episode 8x07 "The Next Time I Hurt Somebody, It Could Be You") from TVLine's Michael Ausiello

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Here's some scoop on The Vampire Diaries from this week's (Posted on 12/7/16) Ask Ausiello column.



Question: I can’t wait for the Christmas episode of The Vampire Diaries. Care to give the gift of scoop? –Ashley
Ausiello: Well, Ashley, it isn’t going to be a happy holiday — though if you’ve been watching the show for the past seven seasons, you probably already guessed that. Candice King promises lots of tension between Caroline and Sybil, which she calls “the beginning of a lot of moments they’re going to share together in the coming weeks.” There’a also a scene in which Sybil gets to carve the holiday bird, a task she accomplishes “very aggressively.” (Shocker.)



Link to the full article:‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’: Lorelai and Luke Wedding Spoilers | TVLine








Gilmore Girls: Behind the scenes scoop on Luke and Lorelai's wedding in the revival from TVLine's Michael Ausiello

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Here's some scoop on Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life from this week's (Posted on 12/7/16) Ask Ausiello column.



Question: I know Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has said she hasn’t watched Season 7 and therefore didn’t see how hurt Richard and Emily were after the Paris elopement. But (SPOILER ALERT!) after all the therapy and healing in the revival, how could Lorelai get married without her mom present again? —Katie
Ausiello: Get with the proverbial program, Katie. This issue was put to bed last week in my wide-ranging post mortem with AS-P. Towards the end of the Q&A, she confirmed that Emily was in attendance at the official nuptials (versus the impromptu, scaled-down evening-before ceremony you saw). And then in my follow-up story Sunday night, she explained that her original wedding plan — which was retooled for budgetary reasons — had everyone and their second cousin present and accounted for. “The wedding was originally a much bigger deal,” she said. “The wedding was a whole shebang. And then they took money away from us. Anything that has extras in it and costumes became a production nightmare. So we had to figure out how to make this wedding satisfying without doing ‘The Big Wedding.’” Speaking of which…
Question: You teased that you’d have some details on AS-P’s original wedding plan for Luke and Lorelai — so, spill! —Kate
Ausiello: The initial “shebang” was going to be “nuts,” she tells me, adding that it would’ve looked “less like a wedding and more like a Stars Hollow festival.” Among the proposed highlights: Lorelai would’ve sported multiple wedding dresses representing a variety of iconic looks — including the gown Jackie O wore when she wedded JFK. There would’ve also been “flash mob tricks.” As AS-P sums up: “It was going to be big.” In hindsight, the show’s fearless leader believes that smaller was indeed better. As she explained to me, “In paring all of the bells and whistles away, we get down to the crux of really what it is: It’s Luke, Lorelai and Rory. And that made it intimate and gave it more feeling.” Totally, 100 percent agree.



Link to the full article:‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’: Lorelai and Luke Wedding Spoilers | TVLine