So Spoiled: ‘Walking Dead’ Creator Says the Show Won’t Have the Comic Book’s Ending 

Are you a superfan desperate for the latest news on your favorite show? Is so, you’re definitely in the right place. We’ve rounded up some new spoilers, teasers and clues concerning several beloved shows including New Girl, The Flash, The Walking Dead and more!

Wondering what Diggle will be up to when Arrow returns?

“He is searching for that moral compass that he lost at the end of season 4,” EP Marc Guggenheim revealed. “He discovers that Chechnya is the wrong place for him to discover his moral compass. Things do not go according to plan for him, and there’s something that happens in the first three episodes that is fairly significant and it’s the circumstances that will ultimately bring him back to Star City, but he’s not going to be the same. He’s not going to be able to live his life the way he had been living it before.” [Entertainment Weekly]


We’ve got new details on the New Girl/Brooklyn Nine-Nine crossover! Schmidt is headed to NYC to get honored by his high school and all his friends fly in to help him celebrate. Jess somehow ends up on a mission to get some soup at a deli…right by the 99th Precinct. However, Jess has a not-so-great history with the Big Apple.

“Jess has always had a rough go of it in New York,” EP Brett Baer said. “She’s been there once before and the city kind of beat up on her a little bit. But she is vowing to, no matter what happens, make sure that Schmidt has an amazing trip.” [TV Line]

Curious what exactly Tom Cavanagh is going to be doing in the upcoming season of The Flash?

“I played the original Wells on the beach with Tess,” Cavanagh shared. “This guy won’t be that guy. If the show has strengths, I would argue that we’re not repeating ourselves generally, and specifically I’m trying not to repeat myself.” [Entertainment Weekly]


It turns out there’s no chance that The Walking Dead TV show’s ending is going to mirror the comic book’s ending. Robert Kirkman, the creator of both, revealed that he’d like the book to outlast the AMC show by a long shot.

“I know how I want to end The Walking Dead, the book. But I can’t tell anyone, because I don’t want it on the show before I get it in the comic. So if the show were to ever end, ever, at any point, and the comic was still going, I would have to sit down with Scott [Gimple] and pretend that I have no idea how to end it and work with him to try and come up with a new ending.” [/FILM]