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The Mentalist Season Premiere Promo: Let the Mind Games Begin

Are you ready for the mind games to begin... again? On the season four premiere of The Mentalist , Patrick Jane will be in jail. For killing Red John? For killing a Red John imposter? It won't be clear to viewers or to Jane himself when the CBS drama returns on September 22. But "I believe I have the right to kill the man that killed my family," he argues in the following preview. Will the police agree? Check out photos from the premiere now and then enjoy this trailer: //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/08/the-mentalist-season-premiere-promo-let-the-mind-games-begin/

Reed Diamond to Guest Star on The Mentalist

Reed Diamond is headed to CBS. The veteran actor - currently seen on Franklin & Bash , best known for his role of Mike Kellerman on Homicide - will guest star on The Mentalist 's second episode of season four. He'll portray a CBI agent that assists Lisbon and her squad with the investigation of a personal trainer's murder. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/07/reed-diamond-to-guest-star-on-the-mentalist/

The Mentalist: Did Patrick Jane Really Kill Red John?

It was perhaps last season's boldest finale. After three seasons, The Mentalist 's Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) finally came face-to-face with the man he believed to be Red John (guest-star Bradley Whitford), the serial killer who killed Jane's wife and daughter. The two had a long, intense conversation as Jane tried to confirm that he was indeed in the presence of his nemesis. Once he did just that, Jane took his vengeance, shooting the man in broad daylight and surrendering himself to the authorities that came charging in. Read More... //www.tvguide.com/News/Mentalist-Bruno-Heller-1035444.aspx?rss=breakingnews

TV ratings: 'Expedition Impossible' has OK start Thursday, 'Rookie Blue' down

Fast National ratings for Thursday, June 23, 2011The premiere of ABC's "Expedition Impossible" pulled in decent, but not spectacular, ratings on Thursday, helping ABC grab the top spot among adults 18-49 for the night. "Rookie Blue," however, began its second season below its premiere last summer.CBS led the night in viewers with 7.4 million and a 4.8 rating/8 share in households. ABC (6.8 million, 3.9/7) finished second, 2 million viewers ahead of FOX (4.8 million, 3.0/5). NBC's 2.2 million viewers and 1.4/2 was good enough for fourth, while The CW trailed with a little over 900,000 viewers and a 0.6/1.ABC was the only network to break the 2.0 barrier in the 18-49 demographic, finishing with a 2.1. FOX took second with a 1.5, edging CBS' 1.4. NBC averaged 0.8 in the demo and The CW 0.4.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/tv-ratings-expedition-impossible-has-ok-start-thursday-rookie-blue-down.html

The Mentalist Season 4 Premiere Scoop: Jane in Jail!

Bruno Heller has out brains churning. Soon after his show's shocking season finale, The Mentalist creator questioned whether or not Patrick Jane actually killed Red John. Now, in a new interview with TV Guide, Heller once again hints that there's still someone out there plotting, scheming, looking to screw over Jane. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/06/the-mentalist-season-4-premiere-scoop-jane-in-jail/

The Mentalist's Owain Yeoman on Next Season: Rigsby Will "Really Grow a Pair"

There comes a time in every TV character's life where they must choose to either stay in one-dimensional land, or transition into something of substance. For The Mentalist's Owain Yeoman,... //feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/wgaiMXah7ZA/b245981_mentalists_owain_yeoman_on_next_season.html

'Mentalist': Red John dish!

So was it really Red John? That’s one of our burning questions as we match wits with Bruno Heller, the wickedly savvy showrunner behind CBS’  The Mentalist  (and, lest we forget, HBO’s  Rome ). Here’s Heller talking for the first time about last week’s shocker finale, where Patrick Jane gunned down in cold blood his longtime serial killer nemesis in a shopping mall (clip below). What’s the story behind that pivotal scene, could there be a  Mentalist  spin-off and what’s the latest on the Rome  movie? Read on.  //insidetv.ew.com/2011/05/26/the-mentalist-finale/

The Mentalist Season Finale Shocker: There WILL Be Consequences!

SPOILER ALERT: if you have not seen the season finale of The Mentalist , stop right now, go fire up the DVR and/or read our review of an incredible episode, with a truly shocking conclusion. Okay? Ready? Then read what creator Bruno Heller had to say about how Patrick Jane's actions will impact season four: "Patrick has just murdered a man in cold blood in front of hundreds of people and next season he will be tried in court. We won't dodge any issues. Patrick won't wake up and discover it was all a dream. There will be consequences." Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/05/the-mentalist-season-finale-shocker-there-will-be-consequences/

The Mentalist - And Red John Is...

SPOILER ALERT—STOP READING NOW IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED LAST NIGHT'S EPISODE! Simon Baker's Patrick Jane finally came face-to-face with the madman who slaughtered his family — and the culprit perfectly embodied the phrase "the banality of evil." Casting the always-likable Bradley Whitford (the West Wing vet just starred in a show called The Good Guys , for cripes' sake!) as the chillingly cruel serial killer was a masterstroke. "You expected me to have warts?" Red John, if it was in fact him, taunted the man he's haunted for years. "I'm not a monster." //www.tvguide.com/News/Cheers-Jeers-Mentalist-1033353.aspx?rss=breakingnews

The Mentalist's Amanda Righetti Thinks About That Crazy Finale

No contest. Patrick Jane killing Red John was the shocker event of The Mentalist 's season ender Thursday night. But RJ wasn't the only corpse left lying there when the dust settled. In another stunning development, FBI agent Craig O'Laughlin (Eric Winter) was revealed to be Red John's mole and he, too, was shot dead, leaving his fiancée, CBI agent Grace Van Pelt, with some major trust issues. "This is a life-changing, mind-bending experience for Van Pelt," says creator-exec producer Bruno Heller. "She will certainly come back next fall very damaged in some ways, but in other ways she will come out of this stronger and more ferocious." Oh, yeah? Tell that to Amanda Righetti, the flame-haired beauty who plays Van Pelt. TV Guide Magazine spoke with the actress, who doesn't know what to think about her character's crappy luck with men. //www.tvguide.com/News/Mentalist-Amanda-Righetti-1033352.aspx?rss=breakingnews