The Mentalist viewers will soon meet another man in Teresa Lisbon's life — but this time it's a man from her past.
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The Shield's Kenny Johnson has been tapped to play Greg Taybeck, the high school boyfriend and ex-fiancé of Lisbon (Robin Tunney), TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. When Greg becomes involved in one of the CBI's cases...
Did you ever wonder what would happen if The Shield's Capt. David Aceveda and Officer Danny Sofer were married? Well, viewers will get to see the actors behind those characters as a longtime couple — as well as some other Shield alums together again — on Lie to Me.
Cast members of The Shield set to reunite on Lie to Me
"It's just a fun alternate universe with all these people you're accustomed to seeing in a certain environment," Shield creator and Lie to Me executive producer Shawn Ryan tells TVGuide.com of the stunt episode (Monday at 9/8c on Fox). "It was different, but I think everyone was just really happy to see one another again. I think it meant more on a personal level even than a professional level. We had a very tight-knit group on that show, so to be able to reunite ... was very nice."
Ryan says he immediately began looking for ways to bring Shield actors to his new show when Season 2 began, but then got greedy...
This week's episode of Saving Grace (Tuesdays at 10/9 CT, TNT) — "Am I Going to Lose Her?" — was a really grueling and crazy experience for me. It involved running, stress, panic, running, fear, adrenaline, more running, and feeling like I was going out of my mind.
At the beginning of the episode, we lose our Grace when ...
Kenny Johnson here, subbing for Bailey Chase. I'm going to blog the "Moooo" episode of Saving Grace because the plotline surrounds Hasidic Jews, and I found it fascinating.
Here in L.A., I live in the middle of the Hasidic community and have always been curious about the outfits, the sideburns, their beliefs, etc. So in preparation, I watched a two-hour documentary to ...
The summer finale episode, "You Are My Partner," was the toughest for me. I had to go to a very dark place with Holly's character, who was trying her hardest to understand and have patience with Ham. It was draining and very emotionally upsetting.