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Summer Preview: On the Set for True Blood's Final Season

True Blood

R.I.P., True Blood. The sexy, scary series about vampires coming out of their coffins to mingle with humans will end its seven-season run this summer. But at 3am on the Los Angeles set, no one's in mourning quite yet. In fact, Stephen Moyer is doing a happy dance after nailing a particularly tough scene.

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Inside Game of Thrones' Bloodiest Season Yet

Kit Harington

It's midnight on the chilly Northern Ireland set of Castle Black, Game of Thrones' military outpost where the Night's Watch is the kingdom of Westeros's only defense against its enemies — both human and supernatural — amassing beyond the colossal Wall that lines the north.

In the muddy, brazier-lit courtyard, swords clash as... read more

Exclusive: How I Met Your Mother Series Finale Secrets Revealed!

Cristin Milioti, Josh Radnor

"Tango! You're tangoing!" The photographer at TV Guide Magazine's cover shoot encourages Josh Radnor and Cristin Milioti to unleash their inner Latin groove. They laugh. Dip. Embrace. Lock eyes. Spin. Entwine legs. Almost fall. Hold each other up. Just like the loving goofball soul mates they play on How I Met Your Motheridealistic architect Ted Mosby and his future bride, still known only as the Mother. read more

On the Set: Vikings Roars Back for Season 2

Travis Fimmel, Jefferson Hall

"One must always think the worst, even of your own kin," advises wise boat builder Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård) in the opening moments of Vikings' Season 2 premiere. It's a warning Norse leader Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) must heed when his army faces off against that of his brother Rollo (Clive Standen) in a violent melee that has the 8th-century warriors fighting for their lives.

"There's going to be... read more

First Look: Sparks Fly on Starz's Outlander

Outlander

Kick up your kilts, Outlander fans: Your dreams have finally come true. Battlestar Galactica executive producer Ronald D. Moore is set to bring the wildly popular fantasy novels by Diana Gabaldon (more than 20 million copies sold!) to life. The series, which debuts on... read more

Emmy Preview: Host Neil Patrick Harris Preps For the Big Night

Neil Patrick Harris

It's going to be legendary. Triple threat Neil Patrick Harris will step into the emcee spotlight at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles for the second time to host the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, Sept. 22 on CBS.

The How I Met Your Mother star's comic timing, Broadway song-and-dance dazzle and Old Hollywood panache (just watch him work a tux) have made Harris a go-to host for marquee awards ceremonies. His four times as the show-stopping emcee of the Tony Awards have won him two Emmys, and he's nominated for that gig again this year... read more

Game of Thrones Prepares For Its Bloodiest Season Yet

Emilia Clarke

Get ready for more blood, sweat and fears. Turns out, the brutal first two seasons of HBO's Game of Thrones were just a warm-up. The beheading of Ned Stark? Like stretching your jousting arm. The high-body-count Battle of Blackwater Bay that nearly killed Tyrion Lannister? A quick jog around the tourney grounds.

"This is... read more

History Sets Sail With the New Series Vikings

Gabriel Byrne

A Viking raider caps off a growled command at his men by driving his ax into the ground. Hard. Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) is as strong as the steel blade — and just as lethal. He's a Norse legend brought to life in Vikings, History's first scripted series. "Ragnar is very ambitious," says ­Fimmel on set in Ireland, near the ­famous Powerscourt waterfall. "He starts out as a farmer, but it's not enough for him. He seeks adventure, knowledge and fame."

And to get it, he's gonna need a better boat. Ragnar secretly commissions the creation of a lighter, faster version of... read more

HBO's Miniseries Parade's End Explores Romance Among the Ruins of World War I

Benedict Cumberbatch

As the sun streams into an upper-class English drawing room, Sylvia (Rebecca Hall) — flame-haired, corseted, regal — stands up from her morning tea and hurls a plate at her husband, Christopher (Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch). She misses. He doesn't even flinch.

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Tietjens. The deliciously snobby (and terribly unfaithful) socialite and her unfailingly decent husband are two sides of the love triangle in Parade's End, HBO's five-part miniseries about longing and lies in World War I-era Britain. The third is angelic Valentine (Adelaide Clemens), an idealistic suffragette and Christopher's soul mate. She's everything Sylvia's not: sensitive, faithful — and a virgin. "Valentine is this kernel of truth and innocence," Cumberbatch says. "She's incredibly sharp and... read more

Holiday Preview: Heck the Halls with The Middle's Festive Family

The Middle

Frankie Heck is not going to let the pinch steal Christmas.

The Middle's stretched-thin, harried mother (played by Patricia Heaton) has a scant $20 to spend on gifts for her three kids this year. Ever the problem solver, she cracks to her unflappable quarry-manager husband Mike (Neil Flynn): "I'll fake my own death!" This way, she says, when she appears very much alive on Christmas morning, her children will be so happy they won't care that there aren't any presents.

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