Q: Will Kristin Chenoweth be on Glee again? — Susan Price, Chicago
A: Currently a People’s Choice Award nominee for the series, the Emmy- and Tony-winning Broadway dynamo says that she’d love to, should the Fox show’s writers and producers be able to come up with something else for her recurring character, April Rhodes. The scheduling could be a little tricky, though; Chenoweth has been busy filming her own series, GCB, which ABC is scheduled to debut March 4.
Q: Do you know what happened to The Good Wife? I cannot find it listed. — Peg Ansbro, Stuart
A: As with many other series, the CBS drama was subject to preemption during the holiday season, as on a recent Sunday night when the show Person of Interest was tried there — as a test for that program but also to let The Good Wife not have to repeat an episode in the midst of forward-moving story lines. As you’ve hopefully seen by now, The Good Wife hasn’t gone anywhere in the long run, and it still airs Sundays on CBS.
Q: What happened to ABC’S Shark Tank? — Muriel Dameron, Ir vine, Calif. A: The show’s third season is slated to begin Feb. 3, thus returning the program to the Friday slot it had last time around. Mark Cuban will be among the panelists back to deal with the hopeful entrepreneurs, who get 13 episodes to display their ideas and wares this time.
Q: I’ve hesitated to get into Revenge since I’m unsure whether it will go past this season. Do you know if it will? — Jeff Scott, Milwaukee
A: This calls for a little crystal-ball use, since ABC won’t announce its fall schedule for next season until May. That isn’t to say some shows couldn’t get early pickups, and in the case of Revenge, that surely would be helpful given the nature of the show ... which virtually demands a definitive wrap-up, whenever that time may come.
If we were to make an educated guess, though, we’d wager that the show will stick around. It has the most buzz of the dramas that ABC debuted in September, and star Emily Vancamp has been getting particularly good notices for her performance in the central role.