- By TVweb | Jun 14, 2012
Red John is dead. Or is he? Following last season's shocking finale, Patrick Jane returns for season four of The Mentalist, which will be released on DVD September 18, 2012 from Warner Home Video. Averaging nearly 15 million weekly viewers and returning for a fifth season on CBS this fall in its new Sunday 10/9c time period, The Mentalist continues to be a solid hit among fans. The Mentalist: The Complete Fourth Season is priced to own at $59.98 SRP.
The Mentalist: The Complete Fourth Season stars Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Simon Baker as Patrick Jane, the California Bureau of Investigation consultant and former faux-psychic obsessed with finding Red John, the serial killer who murdered his family. This hit procedural combines crime-solving twists with wry humor that celebrates mind over matter. The series also stars Robin Tunney, Tim Kang, Owain Yeoman and Amanda Righetti.
In the fourth season, Patrick learns the true price of revenge and deals with the fallout from his actions of the previous season. The rest of the CBI team - Agents Teresa Lisbon, Kimball Cho, Wayne Rigsby and Grace Van Pelt - find themselves involved in circumstances, both personal and professional, with equally serious consequences. With a new boss and new perplexing cases, the unconventional Patrick Jane continues to use his razor-sharp skills of observation and psychological manipulation to bypass the system and solve the toughest crimes - in his own inimitable way.
The Mentalist was created by Bruno Heller (HBO's Rome), who executive produces along with Chris Long (Criminal Minds), Tom Szentgyorgyi (Lie to Me), Ashley Gable (Crossing Jordan) and Daniel Cerone (Dexter). The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television.
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