So Spoiled: New ‘Scream Queens’ Promo Reveals Munsch’s Disturbing Patients

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Stop what you’re doing and give these new TV spoilers a look!

The wait is over! The fall TV lineup is here and it’s time to get primed for all your favorite shows. So, without any further adieu, here’s the latest on Gotham, Grey’s Anatomy, Scream Queens and more!


As you might have heard, The Flash and Supergirl are planning a musical crossover soon! But, it turns out the story gets even better — they’re working on some original music to give this crossover some razzle dazzle!

“I have a few ideas for tone and style in my head but we’re just starting to talk about what that can be,” EP Greg Berlanti said. “I do want to try and get an original piece of music written. As we make a deal on that we’ll probably make some announcements on the original songs.” [IndieWire]


Loved Fish Mooney on Gotham? Well, guess what…she’s back!

“She definitely has a huge impact on Penguin,” EP Ken Woodruff said. “She’s a really powerful person in this world, and Indian Hill only accentuated that. Her time in Indian Hill gave her this ability to exert control over people and for her. She couldn’t ask for a better power. She’s going to stir things up and cause some real problems for everyone involved.” [Entertainment Weekly]

Can’t wait for Scream Queens to return? Well, Fox recently dropped a new promo teasing Dr. Munsch’s bizarre, disfigured patients, as well as what appears to be Jerry O’Connell dumping a body in a green cape! But we’re betting he’s not the only one up to no good on the hit show’s second season!

Desperate to know when (and how) Alex will discover the truth about Jo Wilson on Grey’s Anatomy?

“Obviously, he’s going to find out why she can’t marry him,” actor Justin Chambers said. “I don’t know where that takes them from there, but he’s hurt, and he’s angry, and he’s wrong, but he’s also right.” [Entertainment Weekly]