Bradley Whitford and Matthew Perry
Go On will host a Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip reunion next year!
Bradley Whitford has landed a guest-starring role on Matthew Perry's NBC sitcom Go On, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Go On spies Covert Affairs' Piper Perabo for multi-episode arc
Whitford, who will appear in an episode titled "A Ring and a Miss," will play...
West Wing alum Bradley Whitford may be returning to TV!
The Emmy winner, best-known for playing Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman on The West Wing, has landed the leading role opposite...
Bradley Whitford has landed a guest-starring gig in Shameless.
The Emmy-winning actor will appear in two episodes of Shameless' third season as...
Sorry, Jed Bartlet fans. Reports of a West Wing movie have been greatly exaggerated.
Former cast member Joshua Malina got fans' hopes up over the weekend, when he hinted on Twitter that a film based on the Aaron Sorkin political drama may be in the works.
As Super Tuesday drew to a close, the candidate on everyone's mind at Parks and Recreation's PaleyFest event was Pawnee City Council hopeful Leslie Knope.
There are only a few weeks left in the NBC comedy's fictional campaign, but the race could go either way. Two endings were shot for the season finale — one in which Mouse Rat performs "Catch Your Dream" and the other in which they sing "Screw Your Dream" (you get the idea). "For a long time, we didn't know what it was going to be," star and producer Amy Poehler told TVGuide.com at Tuesday's event, which featured a panel moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Michael Schneider.
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Bradley Whitford, Amy Poehler
The West Wing meets Parks and Recreation!
Bradley Whitford has signed on to guest-star in an upcoming episode of the NBC comedy that will...
Simon Baker, The Mentalist
The Mentalist's third season literally ended with a bang when Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) gunned down a man he believed to be Red John (Bradley Whitford), the serial killer who killed Jane's wife and child.
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But did he really kill Red John? "There's a lot of questions to be answered," creator Bruno Heller tells TVGuide.com of the Season 4 premiere (Thursday, 10/9c, CBS). "If that was Red John, then Red John was still one jump ahead of him because he was able to frame him for killing an innocent man."
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.
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But did he really kill Red John? And if so, what does that mean for both Jane's future (is he going to jail?) and the show's long-term goals? TVGuide.com chatted with creator and executive producer Bruno Heller to get the answers...
Somehow my ticket to mingle with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (that would be William and Kate) during their L.A. visit this past weekend must have been misplaced. No worries. The Mentalist star Owain Yeoman (Wayne Rigsby), one of the honorees at Saturday night's BAFTA Brits to Watch event, phoned me up with a play-by-play of the black tie event, which was attended by the future King and Queen of England, as well as Barbra Streisand, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Kidman, Jason Bateman, Quentin Tarantino and Paul Rudd.