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Written by Alexander Tucker   // 07/13/2012

ScoopsThe Mentalist: Casting related scoop on season 5 from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich

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Here’s some scoop on The Mentalist from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich’s weekly column Matt’s Inside Line for the week of 7/12/12.
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The Mentalist | We start this week’s column with a dip into the reader mailbag, where Erin asks: “Do you have an Inside Line on The Mentalist?” As a matter of fact, the CBS procedural – which, remember now, has moved to Sundays at 10/9c – has put out a casting for not one, not two but three FBI agents. Yeah, apparently that season-ending shoot-out has left a big multi-jurisdictional mess to be mopped up. Among the new recurring G-people are a handsome “good guy” named Gabe, a “ferocious alpha female” named Alexa and quiet lunk named Reede. The Mentalist, as reported earlier this week, returns on Sunday, Sept. 30.

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Falling Skies: Scoop on episode 2×06 “Homecoming” from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich

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Here’s some scoop on Falling Skies from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich’s weekly column Matt’s Inside Line for the week of 7/12/12.
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Falling Skies | Another Sunday night drama? Sure! This weekend is when Karen (played by Jessy Schram aka Cinderella) resurfaces, and under quite extraordinary circumstances. “I won’t spoil it for you,” showrunner Remi Aubuchon starts, “but I will say that when she reappears, you just won’t believe what’s happening with her.” What, is the former 2nd Masser no longer lip-synching for Mr. Overlord? “I’m hesitant to say any more,” Aubuchon hedges. “But the way she comes is really quite interesting.” Especially for Margaret, I have to imagine. (Hey Hal – it’s no contest, really.)

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Homeland: Casting related scoop on season 2 from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich

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Here’s some scoop on Homeland from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich’s weekly column Matt’s Inside Line for the week of 7/12/12.
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Homeland | Ack, we now turn to one of The Mentalist‘s time slot rivals, which alsokicks off its new season on Sept. 30. (I feel dirty. And yet, there’s scoop to share….) I have learned that one of the Season 2 roles I told you about, Brody’s chief of staff, has been cast, and Broadway vet Alexander Gemignani has landed the potentially recurring gig. Now you’re like, “Wait, Brody’s in office already?” To which Damian Lewis says: “Well, let’s put it this way: Brody’s political career is somewhat accelerated in the first episode. In fact, a lot happens in that first episode.” A lot, but not anything as regards the burning questions coming out of Season 1. “You know what? Any trails which were left open – like the mole, the razor blade [slipped to Hamid] and the [missing] memory card – none of them are touched on in the first episode,” Lewis shares.

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