Robin Tunney, The Mentalist
Nearly every show on TV has to deal with will-they-won't-they sexual tension between its series leads. CBS' The Mentalist is no different.
"You always want to keep the audience wanting and guessing," Robin Tunney tells TVGuide.com. "Once it happens it's very difficult to know where to go from there."
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As California Bureau of Investigation Agent Teresa Lisbon, Tunney finds herself fighting that battle with co-star Simon Baker's Patrick Jane. Lisbon's disdain for Jane slowly gave way to flirty camaraderie, and in the Season 1 finale, Jane fatally shot a man to protect her. But that doesn't mean 'shippers should expect a wild love affair in Season 2...
FlashForward, ABC's intriguing new drama (premiering Thursday at 8/7c), chronicles a frightening world event in which everyone loses consciousness simultaneously for two minutes and 17 seconds. During that time, each person experiences a "flash-forward" to the same date about six months into the show's future: April 29, 2010. FBI agent Mark Benford (Shakespeare in Love's Joseph Fiennes) leads the investigation into the phenomenon. "The opportunity to get off a horse, out of a flouncy shirt, into a guy that wears a gun on his hip and some cuffs on the back of his belt, I'll tell you, that's quite nice," the actor says. Let's answer some burning questions about the show that many critics (including us) are calling the next Lost.
Blair Brown and Lance Reddick reveal what Fringe fans really want to know about this season. "If our William Bell is over in their universe, what's their William Bell doing? What happens when two of the same people meet in the same universe?" Reddick ponders. Brown has an answer. Also, we learn more about the Fringe Division as we delve into Broyles' background and find out more about Meghan Markle's new FBI agent.
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Harry Potter starlet Emma Watson looks super-cute in this textured mini-dress with varying shades of yellow.
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Is it just us, or does Carrie Underwood's dress look like a negligee gone awry? The satin fabric paired with the black lace looks as though she has a big night planned... if you know what we're saying.
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When Season 6 of Grey's Anatomy premieres (Thursday, 9/8c, ABC), George and Izzie are both on death's door. While it's not exactly a secret who lives and who dies, we thought you might need a quick refresher on where we left off — and a juicy tease about what comes next.
Where Were We? Mer had an impromptu Post-It Note "wedding" to Derek, the "honeymoon" for which was interrupted by the discovery that the mangled John Doe was George.
Simon Cowell's new deal with Fox could bring Britain's The X Factor to American TV.
Cowell, who is in the final year of his current American Idol contract, has been open about wanting to bring his British hit stateside, according to The Hollywood Reporter. His existing contract would not allow it.
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If a new contract is agreed upon, Cowell could executive-produce X Factor for Fox and also be locked in to Idol through the 2011-12 season. Cowell is reportedly expected to earn $50 million a season on Idol, as well as another $50 million for each cycle of X Factor.
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It's unclear if Cowell