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The Revolution will continue to be televised, starting April 13, when AMC’s Turn: Washington’s Spies opens Season 2.
The period espionage drama — which in the off-season added Lost Girl‘s Ksenia Solo (pictured) and The Mentalist‘s Owain Yeoman as Peggy Shippen and Benedict Arnold, respectively — will kick off its run that Monday at 9/8c with a two-hour premiere, before settling into its regular 10 pm time slot the following week.
The already renewed Better Call Saul‘s first season finale airs April 6.
PhotosMad Men‘s Final »
Warning: We're about to recap all of the surprises and shocks from Glee's most-recent wedding! If you want to know the details of the day (and potentially catch the bouquet!) keep on reading. If you don’t, well … fine then. You weren't invited anyway.
Here come the brides… and the grooms!
Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana's (Naya Rivera) wedding was the most highly anticipated TV wedding of the year, and at the last minute, Glee decided to up the romance ante with a surprising twist. (But of course, all you devoted Gleeks have known about this double wedding for months, haven't you?)
Just moments before the big "I do," Brittany unveiled that her wedding day wish was to see Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) get married alongside her and Santana. After some slight hesitation, the newly rekindled couple decided to dive head-first back into a relationship and the two pairs tied the knot in »
Throughout its entire seven-season run, The Mentalist was always about love. It may seem like an incredibly clichéd statement, and some readers may find the notion completely ridiculous for a show that started with a man’s family being brutally murdered and him then searching for murderous revenge for five-and-a-half of the show’s seven season. However, it is true. The Mentalist is and has always been about this often used, universal theme. More specifically, The Mentalist is about love in all its forms. The love Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) found in his new family at the Cbi (and then the FBI). The young love that blossomed between Wayne Rigsby (Owain Yeoman) and Grace Van Pelt (Amanda Righetti) from the very beginning, and then again between Jason Wylie (Joe Adler) and Michelle Vega (Josie Loren) in the final season. The love and friendship between Jane and Dennis Abbott (Rockmond Dunbar), born out… »
- Chris King
Though she was never seen on camera, The Big Bang Theory‘s Mrs. Wolowitz has arguably played as big a role on the show as Leonard, Sheldon and Penny.
Often the butt of obesity jokes — usually made, in poor taste, by son Howard — and prone to getting a little too overprotective of her only child, Mrs. Wolowitz has been recognizable to fans of the CBS comedy through only her voice, as she shouted to Howard from other rooms of her house.
Sadly, that powerful voice was silenced last November after Carol Ann Susi — the actress who portrayed Mrs. Wolowitz — lost »
Update: In updated ratings released Thursday afternoon by Nielsen, Fox’s “Empire” was revised up a tenth in 18-49 (5.2/15) while moving above the 13-million mark in total viewers for the first time (13.02 million). As a result, it gained week to week by a big 8% in the demo and 9% in total viewers; and vs. its premiere on Jan. 7, it’s up 37% in 18-49 and 32% in total viewers.
Its updated track in total viewers: 9.90 million (Jan. 7), 10.32 million (Jan. 14), 11.07 million (Jan. 21), 11.35 million (Jan. 28), 11.47 million (Feb. 4), 11.96 million (Feb. 18) and 13.02 million (Feb. 18). And in adults 18-49 rating/share: 3.8/11, 4.0/12, 4.4/13, 4.3/13, 4.6/14, 4.8/15 and 5.2/15.
According to Nielsen Social Guide/Twitter estimates, last night’s “Empire” generated a whopping 615,461 tweets during its on-air broadcast. By comparison, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” drew 243,986 on Sunday.
Lead-in “American Idol” was also revised upward (2.8/9 in 18-49, 10.70 million viewers overall), leaving it even with the previous week in the demo.
Elsewhere, ABC’s “Modern Family »
- Rick Kissell
Fox’s Empire this Wednesday drew 13.02 million total viewers and a 5.1 demo rating (while misspelling Naomi Campbell’s name), rising (again) 10 percent and four tenths (per finals).
RelatedEmpire Post Mortem: Ep Talks Lucious’ Confession, Andre’s Collapse and That Omg End-of-Episode Hook-Up
Yeah, yeah, you don’t need to say it. Here:
Opening Fox’s night, American Idol (10.7 mil/2.8) was steady week-to-week. (Also, Fox notes, Idol is up 8 percent in audience while down just a tenth in the demo year-over-year.)
RelatedAmerican Idol Top 24 Reveal (Pt. 1) Recap: Even Fly Girls Get the Blues
CBS | The Mentalist‘s two-hour »
Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of tonight’s two-hour series finale of CBS’ The Mentalist. It was a long journey for The Mentalist, which tonight wrapped its run on CBS seven years and 1,800 miles from where it started. It was a happy ending for the brooding widower Patrick Jane, played by Simon Baker, who married long-time boss, Robin Tunney’s Teresa Lisbon in the final scene. After a successful launch behind NCIS, The Mentalist was a key member of CBS… »
There are happy endings, and then there are idyllic codas.
CBS’ The Mentalist wrapped its seven-season run on Wednesday night with a double header in which the serial killer Lazarus was presumably blown to bits but in fact lived on to haunt Jane and Lisbon’s wedding day.
In the end, the baddie was bested and the show’s partners in crime-fighting became man and wife… and more, when in the very final scene, Jane gleaned that his glowing bride was pregnant.
RelatedMentalist Duo Talk Unique Nuptials, Duct Tape Dream Come True
As Robin Tunney noted in Part 1 of our Q&A, »
Amazon has renewed their Mozart in the Jungle TV show for a second season. Additional details will be announced at a later date.
Here's the press release:
Amazon Greenlights Second Season of the Hit Dramatic Comedy "Mozart in the Jungle"
On the day of The Mentalist series finale, the show’s co-star Rockmond Dunbar has booked his next series regular gig, signing on as the male lead in the NBC drama pilot Love Is A Four Letter Word. The project, from playwright-tv writer Diana Son, 20th TV and Fabrik, chronicles the collision of race, sexuality and gender roles when three diverse couples put modern marriage to the test. Dunbar will play half of the lead couple, Nick, a charismatic and charming ad agency… »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the series finale of CBS' The Mentalist.] The Mentalist said farewell to its fans with one last surprise ending. The CBS procedural took a final bow Wednesday with a two-hour finale that saw Jane (Simon Baker) threatened by a serial killer after returning to his old life as a fake psychic. The team stepped in to save him, meaning he and Lisbon (Robin Tunney) could tie the knot and start planning for their soon-to-arrive bundle of joy. Tunney and series creator Bruno Heller spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about how
- Ryan Gajewski
It’s time to close the doors on The Mentalist.
CBS’ long-running crime procedural ends its seven-season run with a special two-hour farewell airing tonight from 8-10 p.m. Et/Pt, and they’re wasting no time revisiting the past.
“It’s been a long path to this final moment,” executive producer Bruno Heller tells ETonline. “But on the other hand, this is the kind of thing that can’t go on forever. We’re happy we had a long run and we’re still all friends. I love everyone involved and it’s been a beautiful experience.”
Designed to give the fans exactly what they’ve been waiting for, the series finale has Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) going full circle in his professional and personal life – closing on the anticipated wedding between Jane and Teresa Lisbon (Robin Tunney). ETonline has your exclusive first look at the first hour of the finale, where Jane is »
Hear the hair! Conductor Rodrigo DeSousa will take the stage once again in the hit Amazon Original Series Mozart in the Jungle.
The second season will premiere early next year exclusively on Prime Instant Video. Based on the critically acclaimed memoir Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs & Classical Music by Blair Tindall, Mozart in the Jungle draws back the curtain at the New York Symphony, where artistic dedication and creativity collide with mind games, politicking and survival instincts.
Returning to the series are stars Gael Garcia Bernal (Rosewater), Saffron Burrows (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Lola Kirke (Gone Girl), and Malcolm McDowell (The Mentalist). The second season of Mozart in the Jungle will be Executive Produced by Roman Coppola (Moonrise Kingdom), Jason Schwartzman (The Darjeeling Limited), and Paul Weitz (About a Boy).
“The first season of Mozart in the Jungle was a big hit with our customers and I’m thrilled »
It’s always special when a TV series gets to end on its own terms, and CBS’ The Mentalist will do just that on Wednesday night, with the final two episodes of its seventh, farewell season.
PhotosIs The Mentalist Heading for a Series-Ending Wedding? The Answer, Here.
First up at 8/7c, the episode “Brown Shag Carpet” finds Jane returning to the team to help draw out a serial killer fixated on psychics, Then in the series finale, “White Orchids,” Jane and Lisbon are heading for a wedding, though a killer’s quest for revenge threatens to snuff the nuptials.
I can’t make you love me this Valentine’s Day, but I can surely try with an all new TVLine Mixtape!
What follows is an array of songs recently featured on your favorite shows, including artist and album information in case you want to add them to your personal collection.
Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked — but we always love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
So peruse our playlist, then hit the comments with your favorite TV tunes. And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @RyanSchwartz.
RelatedTVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from The Flash, »
Following Castle‘s late-February “mission to Mars,” Detective Kate Beckett will fall back to Earth, partnered with a fellow femme who’s even better at crimefighting than she is.
RelatedCastle Recap: ‘We’ll… Meet Againnn…’
Series boss David Amann tells TVLine that in this season’s 17th episode, to air sometime in March, Star Trek: Enterprise alum Linda Park will fill the role of a hot-shot Hong Kong cop that Beckett “is paired up with, somewhat unwillingly.”
Amann describes Park’s Inspector Zhang as “kind of like Beckett, except even better, so that puts Beckett in a bit of a tailspin, »
After seven seasons, FBI consultant and master of observation Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) will help crack a final case as The Mentalist concludes with back-to-back new episodes on CBS Wednesday, Feb. 18, beginning at 8pm Et/Pt. In “Brown Shag Carpet,” Jane agrees to once again pretend to be a renowned psychic and be used as bait in an attempt to lure out a serial killer and give the FBI a chance to apprehend him. Then in the series finale, “White Orchids,” Lisbon (Robin Tunney) accepts Jane’s surprise marriage proposal, but a killer’s quest for revenge may cost them the happy … Continue reading →
- Jacqueline Cutler
Last night, CBS served up the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Mentalist" series finale episodes 12 and 13, and it offers up new looks at Teresa and Patrick finally attempting to tie the not as the show comes to a close forever! Episode 12 is titled, "Brown Shag Carpet," and episode 13 is labeled, "White Orchids." In the new, 12th episode official description: "Jane will agree to once again pretend to be a renowned psychic and be used as bait in an attempt to lure out a serial killer and give the FBI a chance to apprehend him. " Episode 12 is scheduled to air on Wednesday night, February 18th at 7pm central time on CBS. In the new, 13th episode official synopsis: "Lisbon is going to accept Jane's surprise marriage proposal, but a killer's quest for revenge, may cost them the happy ending they've worked so hard to achieve. Original cast »
And now we have photographic evidence to illustrate his succinct summary.
RelatedRatings: The Mentalist Surges on Penultimate Night
In the Season 7 finale, titled “White Orchids” and airing next Wednesday as the second of two episodes, Lisbon accepts Jane’s surprise marriage proposal, but a killer’s quest for revenge may cost them the happy ending they’ve worked so hard to achieve.
Um, only if he crashes the reception during “The Macarena”!
RelatedCBS Renews Madam Secretary, »
Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Mentalist" series finale episodes 12 and 13. Episode 12 is entitled, "Brown Shag Carpet." Episode 13 is labeled, "White Orchids," and it turns out that we're going to see the show end with some major drama as a serial killer shows up to try and ruin Patrick and Teresa's big wedding day, and more! In the new, 12th episode press release: Jane and Lisbon will decide to tie the knot, but a killer's quest for revenge may cost them their happy ending. Press release: number 2: Jane is going to agree to once again pretend to be a renowned psychic and be used as bait in an attempt to lure out a serial killer and give the FBI a chance to apprehend him. Guest stars features: Joshua Bitton (Rick Tork), Aubrey Deeker (Joe Keller), John D'Aquino (Bill Herman), Jennifer Christopher (Susan Herman »
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