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Lost Alum William Mapother Books a Trip to Hawaii Five-0

William Mapother

Another Lost alum is making their way back to Hawaii!

William Mapother, who played one of the Others — the sinister Ethan Rom — has been tapped to guest-star on the upcoming season of Hawaii Five-0, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Exclusive: Hawaii Five-0 adds Crazy Ones alum Amanda Setton

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Mentalist's Owain Yeoman: I'm "Very Satisfied" With Rigsby and Van Pelt's Goodbye

Amanda Righetti, Owain Yeoman

[Warning: This article contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Mentalist. Read at your own risk!]

Wayne Rigsby and Grace Van Pelt have left the building — for good.

Sunday's episode of The Mentalist marked a harrowing farewell to the characters played by Owain Yeoman and Amanda Righetti, who have been series regulars since the CBS drama debuted in 2008.

"I feel very satisfied that we gave the characters the conclusion that we did," Yeoman tells TVGuide.com. "We chose both the most satisfying but also the most practical way of ending their characters."

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The Mentalist Exclusive: What Does Richard Haibach Know About Van Pelt's Kidnapping?

Robin Tunney, Simon Baker

Is Richard Haibach finally getting his revenge on the CBI?

As Jane (Simon Baker) and Lisbon (Robin Tunney) ramp up the search for Van Pelt (Amanda Righetti), who was kidnapped on last week's episode of The Mentalist, their investigation zeroes in on the secretive photographer.

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The Mentalist: Another Red John Suspect Gets Eliminated

Simon Baker, Robin Tunney

[Warning: This article contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Mentalist. Read at your own risk!]

Another one bites the dust!

After Sunday's episode of The Mentalist, Bob Kirkland (Kevin Corrigan) can be crossed off the list of Red John suspects, because we learn that ... read more

Justified Executive Producer Graham Yost Talks Season 4 Homestretch


Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) finally got his man out of Harlan alive on the Tuesday's episode of Justified, but the end of the Drew Thompson mystery/pursuit doesn't necessarily mean an end to the case — there are still two episodes left this season, after all. TV Guide Magazine called up executive producer Graham Yost for a preview of the homestretch. read more

Matt's TV Week in Review

Desperate Housewives

Sifting through the proverbial critic's notebook, a quick look back at some of the week's more memorable TV happenings:

Let's start with the death we didn't see coming: By which I mean HBO putting down Luck. With only two episodes to go in its underwhelming (though beautifully acted and shot) first season, the show was abruptly canceled two episodes into production on a Season 2 that probably shouldn't have been green-lighted in the first place. The reason wasn't ratings, which were dismal, but the third accidental death of a horse on the set (two died during Season 1). Which is... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Justified — Call Me Madam

Joelle Carter

Cheers to Joelle Carter for breaking bad (in a good way) on Justified.

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Her character, Ava Crowder, opened the FX drama by gunning down her abusive husband, Bowman. Two and a half seasons later, she's evolved into a Bonnie to her ex-brother-in law Boyd's Clyde. This week, she gave shelter to an abused prostitute — and proceeded to lure her pimp, Delroy (William Mapother), into a trap and shoot him down.

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Cheers & Jeers: Justified Finds Another Lostie

William Mapother

Cheers to Justified for adding another piece of work to its rogues' gallery.

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Faced with the prospect of filling Margo Martindale's Emmy-winning "sh--kicker" boots, FX's down-home crime drama has wisely decided to flood the zone with as many baddies as possible. We've recently been introduced to Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson — both alums of... read more

Ty Pennington Gives a 9/11 Hero the Greatest Makeover Yet

Extreme Makeover's Ty Pennington (inset) and the Thomas family.

When he's not screaming into a bullhorn, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition host Ty Pennington actually has a lot more to say than "Let's dooooo it!" In fact, he happily babbled on about more than just ABC's acclaimed home- (and thus life-) improvement show when TVGuide.com asked him about this week's two-hour 9/11-themed episode, airing at an earlier time, 7 pm/ET. Turns out, when Ty's not saving America one house at a time, he's taking on the publishing world, building one-of-a-kind pieces for his store, and shining light on other people who are changing their own neighborhoods. Pennington's plans sound exhausting, but luckily he really is as energetic as he seems on camera, and his hard work not only helps others but keeps him happy. TVGuide.com: Tell me about this Sunday's 9/11 Extreme Ma read more

Lost Claires Up a Big Mystery

Emilie de Ravin, Lost

Tonight on ABC's Lost (9 pm/ET), a crisis involving baby Aaron leads Claire to delve into the unsolved mystery of exactly what happened during her Season 1 kidnapping at the hands of ghoulish Ethan Rom (aka the Other man). TVGuide.com spoke to Aussie beauty Emilie de Ravin about Claire's new adventure, her "hard-to-handle" Lost leading man and her frighteningly fun new role. TVGuide.com: I have to wonder, having often flitted between Australia and Los Angeles yourself, was it eerie to do a show about a doomed Oz-L.A. flight?Emilie de Ravin: Yeah, kinda! I never really thought about it too much, though. I think it was more odd that Claire was the only Australian survivor. [Laughs] read more

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