I know it's been a while, but I've been crazy busy. Regardless, here are some new teasers from across the world of television!
I hope you enjoy...
Person of Interest
Episode 1.18 is called "Identity Crisis."
In this episode Finch helps out a mysterious woman, whilst Fusco comes face to face with detectives. Whether they are good or bad is the question!
Episode 1.19 is called "Flesh and Blood."
We're getting some back-story on a character called Jack, who we see aged 12 in 1981 and also in 1991 at age 22. Is this a code-name for someone we know?
The description has him as a highly intelligent kid at aged 12, and a more confident, intelligent and ambitious man ten years later. Any thoughts?
Also in the episode is Junior, who is a man born into Mafia royalty, and has an empire selling drugs. He's connected to Zambrano, who is the unofficial "boss of bosses" of the organisation.
Episode 4.19 is called "47 Seconds."
Look out for the most bizarre of episodes which features a man who believes himself to be Beethoven and conducting a choir which is "invisible."
Also carnage strikes, as there is a bombing in Boylan Square, forcing the team into action.
Episode 4.20 is called "The Limey."
We have new recurring character in town, he's called John Hunt and he works for Scotland Yard. He requests to join forces with Beckett to track down the killer of a family friend.
Episode 4.20 is called "Something's Rotten in Redmund."
Things head back to school in this episode, as a play of Hamlet descends into real life tragedy.
Could a young prostitute, a school gossip, a chubby teen or the school principal have some connection to the shocking events? You'll have to tune in to find out!
Episode 1.20 is called "Kids."
A recurring role is that of Ouli, who is the ex-wife of Jess's new boyfriend Russell. She finds herself forced to the apartment, and makes Jess feel like crap.
The episode synopsis has Jess baby-sitting Russell's twelve year old daughter, whilst Winston finds himself in a panic over an episode of "Sports Roundtable." Intriguing!
A big role in the episode is for the character of Cameron Rath, who is a psychopathic and dangerous criminal and is intent on getting revenge for something from Nikita's past.
The Good Wife
Episode 3.19 is called "Blue Ribbon."
Appearances can be deceiving as seemingly nice guy Mike proves; once Alicia gets to know him she realises that he isn't the fun guy he pretends to be!
How I Met Your Mother
Episode 7.20 is called "Good Crazy."
The always fun "connect the dots" of a HIMYM teaser have a hippie chick, a hip hop girl, a waiter and a woman who is far too over emotional making up the episodes guest roles.
They all have a connection to dates that Ted is setting up for Barney in an episode that promises a lot of laughs.
Episode 3.13 is called "Slaughterhouse."
All hell breaks loose when Raylan goes on the trail of Quarles, who is planning on finding some money so he can get out of town. Fast...
Episode 1.20 is called "It's Called Improvising, Bitch!"
Up All Night
Episode 1.21 is called "Quality Time."
A juicy storyline for Ava is coming up, when she meets her dad's new wife. She's called "Tran"... I wonder if they're hinting at something here :P
In the episode is Wilhelm Waltz, who is a ruthless and cold-blooded assassin. He is on important business, and shockingly, it involves killing someone!
The producers are on the lookout for a young Darren Criss, so look out for flashbacks for Blaine to around the times he was 5/6.
That's all for this week. Hope you enjoyed the latest exclusive news from SpoilerTV.
Check back next week for more!
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Adams TV Teasers - 22nd February - Person of Interest, Castle, The Mentalist, Glee, Justified & More...
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