‘The Mentalist’ fans were given quite a shock when Red John, the serial killer responsible for killing Patrick Jane’s wife and daughter, was finally revealed during the Nov. 24 episode. Since so much of the show has always revolved around finding Red John, what could possibly be next?
Red John has been The Mentalist‘s main baddie for over five seasons, so now that he’s finally out of the picture, what will our hero Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) do next? Read below to find out what series boss Bruno Heller and Simon himself had to say about what’s coming after the two-year time jump!
After more than five seasons, we finally met the man who murdered Patrick Jane’s wife and child on ‘The Mentalist’ — and to say that it was a shock would be an understatement. WARNING — do not read on if you don’t want to learn the identity of Red John!
The Mentalist and its lead Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) have been searching for the elusive serial killer Red John for the better part of five years, and during the series’ explosive Nov. 24 episode, Patrick finally identified the man who murdered his family, then promptly made good on his promise to kill him. Did the big reveal live up to its expectations? Read on to find out!
You may know Tim as a star on the hit show The Mentalist — but did you know he’s also a Harvard grad?
Tim Kang, 36, is quite the success story! Tim plays Kimball Cho on the hit CBS show The Mentalist, (which won a 2009 People’s Choice Award for “Favorite New TV Drama”) and was in the movie Rambo, opposite Sylvester Stallone! Read more
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Can you imagine Nicole being the life of the party? She was last night!
Wow! Nicole Kidman showed a totally different side of herself Jan. 16 at the annual “G’Day USA” awards dinner in LA, an event that honors and celebrates Australia’s imprint on Hollywood. In a tribute to “The Mentalist” star Simon Baker, who’s up for a Golden Globe tonight, Nicole joined hubby Keith Urban on stage for a wacky performance of Men At Work‘s 1982 hit “Down Under.” Just look at her go! Read more