In the season 3 finale of The Mentalist, we saw Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) kill Red John, the man responsible for the murder of his family. But did he really? Was the man he killed really Red John? Or did he murder a random civilian? I’m confused! As the new promo for season 4 of The Mentalist says, “Let the mind games begin… again.” Check out the promo below to see Patrick’s conundrum in prison and in court, where he confronts a possible death sentence(!) for his season finale actions. I know, you can hardly wait until the The Mentalist premieres Sept. 22, right? Did I read your mind? READ FULL STORY »
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And I’m inclined to think it will feature a buzzy little hook-up for two reasons: 1) It’s a one-hour premiere. And how better to cap off an gift like that than a little buzz-worthy hanky-panky? (Forgive my language. I’m apparently eight years old…but I’m not changing it.) 2) It SAYS so in the promo. Ominous Voice Man says “WHO will hook up?” not “WILL there be a hook up?” I could also be reading into this too much.
Regardless, take a peek below and tell me what you think. Would a Robin-Barney hook up send the season into a crazy tailspin? Is that something you’d like to see? And do you love Lily just a little more after her Lion King impersonation? READ FULL STORY »
If you don’t normally like to start your morning off with a dose of emotional pain to go with your caffeine, I suggest you skip this brand-new Fringe promo below that features new footage from season 4.
After a quick recap of how we got to this (totally mind-boggling) point, the promo shows Olivia talking to an unidentified person (probably Lincoln Lee?) about something
Peter-sized missing in her life. “We all get really good at pretending that the loneliness isn’t there and then something comes along to remind us. I know what it’s like to have a hole in my life. It’s been there as long as I can remember,” she says.
Check it out below. READ FULL STORY »
The Playboy Club has cast its first guest singer: Colbie Caillat will brighten up the upcoming NBC drama playing famed vocalist Lesley Gore.
The Playboy Club is enlisting a series of stars to portray famous performers from the 1960s in the period drama, and Caillat is the first person cast. She will perform Gore’s classic song “It’s My Party” on the show.
But you can catch Caillat sooner than that on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, where she’s going to perform her single “Brighter Than the Sun” tomorrow night. In the meantime, check out The Playboy Club‘s bunny-stuffed psychedelic poster. The drama premieres Monday, Sept. 19 at 10 p.m.
Time to move off Wisteria Lane: EW has learned that Desperate Housewives will end its eight-year run on ABC in May. The network is expected to make it official on Sunday, when it meets with the nation’s TV critics in Beverly Hills.
News of the show’s series finale doesn’t come as a huge surprise, since the four stars recently went through a protracted — and pricey — salary renegotiation to return for another season of the Sunday drama. (Earning north of $400,000 per episode, they were already among the highest-paid actresses in prime time). Still, the drama’s core cast — which includes Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross and Eva Longoria — were reportedly shocked by the decision, as creator Marc Cherry had indicated that he wanted the show to extend through a ninth year. READ FULL STORY »
“Oh sure, I’ll host the Ringer panel at Comic-Con — that sounds fun!” Cut to three weeks later, and I’m standing backstage at Ballroom 20, watching 4,000-plus people take their seats to see Sarah Michelle Gellar and the cast of Ringer talk about their new fall drama on The CW. Up until this point I’d felt totally fine — I didn’t even flinch when Guillermo del Toro sat down at the table with me in the green room as I crammed an Italian panini sandwich into my face hole. But then it was time to head to the stage, and as an SDCC employee led us through the cavernous underbelly of the San Diego Convention Center, I began to feel like my entire intestinal track was collapsing in on itself. I’m sure this will come as a major shock to you, but I’m not really much of a public speaker, so the idea of shoving past Nestor Carbonell, Ioan Gruffudd, Kristoffer Polaha, and SMG — who were all lined up behind me, waiting to take the stage — and bolting for the exit did, in fact, cross my mind. Instead, I dug deep, went to my happy place, and strode
timorously confidently to the podium. Then everything kind of went blank, and when I came to I was in a Kristoffer-Ioan sandwich posing for a photo with the cast backstage. What I can tell you is that Sarah Michelle and her castmates put on a great show for their adoring fans, as you can see from the highlight reel after the jump. READ FULL STORY »
NBC announced its fall premiere dates today, along with the series finale for America’s Got Talent, a September berth for The Sing-Off, and the return of football.
New shows are in bold:
Thursday, September 8
8-8:30 p.m. NFL Kickoff Special 2011 (regular season)
8:30-11 p.m. Sunday Night Football (regular season)
Sunday, September 11
7-8 p.m. Football Night in America (regular season)
8-11:30 p.m. Sunday Night Football READ FULL STORY »
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