Good-Bye, CHUCK. Hello...?

Josh Schwartz and the Chuck fan community have been very good to us so far today, sharing our two previous #goodbyeChuck articles (seen here and here) all over the Internet. As long as they're visiting the site today, we thought it would be a good time to help them out and round up where they can see the members of Chuck's brilliant, beloved ensemble cast next.

Zachary Levi (Chuck Bartowski)

In spite of being the breakout star of the show, and having a very active couple of years in 2009-2010 that included family-friendly blockbusters Alvin & the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel and Tangled, the star hasn't got anything slated yet for the future according to his IMDb page.

Surprising? A little bit, but you can keep an eye out for the Tangled Ever After short that ran before Beauty and the Beast 3D in theaters earlier this month when it inevitably hits home video soon. According to the Disney Wiki, it will debut on the Disney Channel this spring.

His Nerd Machine website, however, has been keeping him pretty busy. Check him out there, or follow him on Twitter, to keep apprised of what he's doing next--and it wouldn't be at all surprising to see some kind of announcement coming out of Comic-Con this year.

Yvonne Strahovski (Sarah Walker)

We'll be watching Strahovski again soon here, as one of her upcoming projects this year is an adaptation of I, Frankenstein, a Darkstorm Comics graphic novel written by Kevin Grevioux which was recently greenlit to begin production in her native Australia.

She also stars in My Mother's Curse, which will hit theaters in November, alongside Colin Hanks whose TV series The Good Guys was canceled last year and Danny Pudi, one of the stars of NBC's on-the-bubble critical sensation Community.

You can follow Strahovski on Twitter, too, for more updates.

Adam Baldwin (John Casey)

Nothing on his IMDb page for the immediate future, but you can follow Baldwin on Twitter for updates and it seems worth noting that both he and co-star Yvonne Strahovski contributed voice acting to Mass Effect 3, due out for release on March 6 with a playable demo coming on Valentine's Day.

Joshua Gomez (Morgan Grimes)

Nothing coming up on his IMDb page, either, although according to his Twitter page, it looks like he's shaved Morgan's iconic beard.

Ryan McPartlin (Devon "Captain Awesome" Woodcomb)

The country music video impresario just came off a role in J. Edgar, which comes to home video February 21. He also made a brief cameo in a recent episode of Community, which seems to have been a trade-off for the cameos made by Danny Pudi and Yvette Nicole Brown in a recent episode of Chuck.

Sarah Lancaster (Ellie Bartowski-Woodcomb)

As the hot gift shop girl on Scrubs and Morgan's crush on the first season of Chuck, it seemed for a while as though Sarah Lancaster might be getting work on looks alone. As her character got better developed and became a key part of the series, though, it wasn't surprising to see her popping up in other shows from time to time. There's nothing lined up for her so far, but don't be surprised to see her popping up in more dramatic roles as recently her choices have leaned toward the dramatic (or at least the darkly comic).

Scott Krinski (Jeff Barnes)

You can follow Krinsky, who has one feature-length film called American Idiots on the slate for this year as well as a short film (Tandem), on Twitter. Or wait for that German record deal Jeffster! signed to come through.

Vik Sahay (Lester Patel)

It looks like a busy year for Vik Sahay, who will appear not just in this April's American Reunion, the newest American Pie movie and the first one in nearly ten years to star most of the original cast. He's also listed among the principal cast of My Awkward Sexual Adventure, a Canadian comedy filming now for a potential November release.

Mark Christopher Lawrence (Big Mike)

You can follow the man behind Big Mike on Twitter or check out his website, where he has dates listed for upcoming standup work. In spite of a number of feature film and TV series appearances, he remains busier as a comedian and voice-over artist. He's also performing in A Raisin in the Sun at the Moxie Theatre in San Diego.

Bonita Friedericy (General Diane Beckman)

The supremely talented Friedericy can be seen in Paranormal Activity 3, which just came out on home video or can be rented/purchased as a digital video at Amazon or iTunes. She's also filming The Prop is the Girl and The Lords of Salem for release in late 2012, according to her IMDb page.

And if Chuck and Sarah ever want to save the world again, they know where to find her.