Oh, and there's a new queen of shade permanently joining the usual show regulars.
"I started out doing drama in college in New York and doing off off off Broadway. So this was kinda like getting back to what was really comfortable for me."
Maria is also in for a rude awakening on the upcoming episode.
The singer also shared his thoughts on why other musical A-listers opted out of participating in the Lifetime docuseries.
"Being now able to have the tools and training to know how to defend myself if ever I get into a situation—God forbid—that is one of the greatest parts."
"R. Kelly is someone that we, my generation, should have dealt with a long time ago."
Thompson, who plays a mother for the first time in "Creed II," also teased if kids are in her future or not.
"[Sabrina is] a really strong, smart, educated girl and I couldn't be prouder to be part of show that has very clear intentions for that."
Netflix October releases put the terror in terrifying.
"I was just impressed he was able to let her go graciously and not just slam the door in her face."
"It reinvigorates him professionally because he's the type of person who's always looking for the next challenge, especially with work."
The 18-episode season will heavily focus on background stories of all the characters.
It's Randall, Kate and Kevin's 38th birthday.
"This [movie is] all about self-love and self-acceptance, and getting to how we perceive and accept ourselves and less about trying to answer to the image we think people want to see."