A ‘666 Park Avenue’ Twist, Melissa’s ‘Pretty Little’ Return & More TV Scoop

Wed, October 17, 2012 5:29pm EDT by 2 Comments
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Happy hump day! Let’s party.

Now that the fall TV season is officially in full swing, I’m bringing back my weekly Spoiler Party, a collection of mini-scoops from some of my favorite shows. This week, I’ve got exclusive details on Melissa’s return to Pretty Little Liars, Henry’s new dilemma on 666 Park Avenue, a potential Suburgatory exit, and more!

Pretty Little Liars

Torrey DeVitto may be living large in Mystic Falls at the moment, but fear not, she’ll be back in Rosewood very soon! “Melissa does come back,” Torrey tells me of her Pretty Little Liars persona, Melissa. “You’ll see a lot more of her in January.” (Let’s hope she’s not pregnant this time. That never ends well.)

666 Park Avenue

There’s always a lot to keep track of on 666 Park Avenue, but for the Oct. 21 episode, Rachael Taylor tells me that viewers should pay particular attention to Henry’s (Dave Annable) political subplot. “Henry is put between a rock and a hard place,” she explains. “At first, it doesn’t seem like it has anything to do with the Drake, but we realize a few episodes down the track that it absolutely does.” (Make a note, kids!)

Switched At Birth

It’s only fitting that the Oct. 22 season finale of Switched At Birth is Halloween-themed, because Daphne’s (Katie Leclerc) relationship with Jeff (Justin Bruening) is about to take a scary turn. Let’s just say her sudden promotion at Maize has raised a few eyebrows among the higher-ups — and they’re not ignoring their suspicions. (I’ll have more finale scoop later this week, so keep checking back!)

Suburgatory

Tessa (Jane Levy) returns from her summer in the city on tonight’s Suburgatory season premiere, but just as quickly as she arrives, someone else threatens to leave the ‘burbs forever! Who is it, and why does her desire to escape have Dallas (Cheryl Hines) willing to do anything to keep her in town? You’ll just have to watch and find out! (Oops.. did I say “she”?)

Bunheads

ABC Family’s Bunheads goes back into production on the second half of its first season next week — and straight into damage control. “Because of everything that happened with Michelle — her macing us, and our parents hating her — it could go so many different ways,” star Bailey Buntain admits to me. “I really hope the four girls’ relationship with Michelle gets better. … And I’m looking forward to exploring more with Ginny and her mom, because I think their relationship is so fascinating.”

What’s your take on these spoilers? Drop me a comment with your reactions!

— Andy Swift

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cindy

Posted at 12:35 AM on October 21, 2012  

Do u noe wat day exactly bunheads is bunheads is going to come out with a new season and switched at birth

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Kathy

Posted at 6:54 PM on October 21, 2012  

ABC’s website says Bunheads will have “all new” episodes in winter of 2013 and Switched At Birth has its fall finale on Monday, but I couldn’t find exact start dates for either show. Have you checked out any of the other shows on this list? I’ve watched a few of them on my Hopper, which is set to auto-record the big four prime time networks, so I can check out most of the big shows without having to worry about time conflicts. My DISH coworkers and I all like 666 Park Avenue and Pretty Little Liars. Suburgatory is good, too. You might enjoy a couple of those while you wait for Bunheads and Switched At Birth to resume.

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