Robin Tunney and Simon Baker
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 finale of The Mentalist. Read at your own risk.]
And then there were seven.
The Mentalist finale: Who is Red John?
As promised, The Mentalist's Season 5 finale found Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) narrowing down the list of people who could possibly be his serial killer nemesis Red John to just seven names. But in a final twist and display of power, Red John "changed the game" by predicting — in the form of a video message from the now-dead Lorelei Martins (Emmanuelle Chriqui) no less! — which seven names Jane was going to end with. He also shared this parting threat: "I'm going to start killing again, often. Until you catch me, or I catch you."
Creator Bruno Heller insists that one of these suspects is indeed Red John...
If viewers thought Teen Wolf's Season 1 villain was scary, wait until they meet his dad.
"At the end of the finale there was mention of others coming and that has to do with Argent's father Gerard, played by Battlestar [Galactica]'s Michael Hogan," executive producer Jeff Davis told TVGuide.com at this weekend's ATX Television Festival. "You'll see this...
Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed
Nothing gets the blood boiling and the early summer temperature rising quicker than a fix of werewolf and vampire lust.
Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed
Full moon? It's more like full swoon with this exclusive first look at key art from Teen Wolf's second season. Set to premiere in early June, MTV's funny, sexy, scary and all-around addictive reboot of the campy film franchise looks to have even more bite this time around, especially now that Scott McCall has embraced his inner lycan.
Beacon Hills' population — and problems — will be growing big-time when MTV's howlingly sexy supernatural drama comes back this summer, TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively.
With production underway in Atlanta on Teen Wolf's second season, the returning original cast is being joined by four new recurring characters who sound like...
Grace Park, Battlestar Galactica
"Frak" may be an overused phrase when reporting on Battlestar Galactica news, but the fact that Sci Fi will be posting 10 new webisodes — that will lead up to the Jan. 16 premiere — is frakkin' sweet!
Fans will be able to get their Battlestar Galactica fix with two webisodes each week starting Dec. 12.
Sci Fi announced that the 3-4-minute chapters will complement the stories played out in on air episodes and give viewers more insight into characters and events from the fourth season.
The webisodes titled, "The Face of the Enemy," follow the story of a stranded Raptor ship...
Michael Trucco by Justin Stephens/Sci Fi Channel Photo, Michael Hogan by Carole Segal/Sci Fi Channel Photo
I have to admit I had no idea how crazy crowded the Battlestar Galactica panel would be at NY Comic Con Luckily for me hee hee I had a press pass and scooted right in to a seat in the middle of the room I was really excited to be among so many thrilled fans since I am one myself When the lights lowered the crowd went crazy as new footage was edited together into a long trailer for whats to come and let me tell you that shizzle is intense Adama screaming at Tigh to admit to what he is Adama telling someone that they just couldnt stand knowing that they were married to a cylon The lights came up and the panel was introduced Micheal Trucco Anders Rekha Sharma Tory and the awesome Michael Hogan Tigh Lets go through the big highlights of the session149 Rekha was asked about when she found out that she was going to be a cylon and how she felt about it She said I was soooo excited Apparently someone Aaron Douglas name was thrown around a lot
Question: I am shocked that in the many comments made about Bionic Woman, no one has mentioned the completely flat and robotic acting of lead Michelle Ryan. When I tuned in to the show to give it a try, I was completely turned off by Ryan's dismal performance. What could the producers and NBC have been thinking with that casting choice? One of the reasons Alias was such a critical and cult favorite was because of the fantastic lead performance of Jennifer Garner, who not only kicked butt, but also infused character Sydney Bristow with warmth, depth, intelligence and angst. Her multilayered performance "garnered" her several richly deserved Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, and even a Globe win. Sadly, I would not predict the same for Ryan. Do you agree that her lack of both acting skills and charisma will contribute to the failure of Bionic Woman?
Answer: I hardly thought this was a big secret. Seems to me lots of the negative commentary about this show has focused on the dour,