Drug dealer Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) sure blew her chance at Mother of the Year on Weeds this season. Her once sweet son Shane (Alexander Gould) has sprouted into a disturbed killer who can hold his own in a Mexican standoff. We asked the soft-spoken Gould, 16, about playing TV's youngest psycho killer....
Jessica Capshaw, Sara Ramirez and Kevin McKidd
The blockbuster shows have returned! The Grey's Anatomy docs worked through post-traumatic stress while the Glee kids auditioned new members and sung their angst-filled teenaged hearts out. Booth surprised Brennan with a new girlfriend on Bones, but Benson and Stabler returned for a record-breaking 12th season of Law & Order: SVU. So which premiere week episode did you enjoy the most?
Raising Hope, Lucas Neff
"There's gotta be more to life than cleaning the same pool over and over!" declares Raising Hope's 23-year-old Jimmy Chance. "There isn't," his mother replies, before heading out for a day of scrubbing toilets.
"I'm just drawn to ...
Keri Russell, Maggie Q
The new fall season ushers in an especially charming and lovely group of leading ladies. Keri Russell takes a comedic turn in Running Wilde while Maggie Q breaks hearts and necks in the new Nikita. Dana Delany plays a brilliant-but-broken medical examiner on the procedural drama Body of Proof, but Melissa McCarthy sparkles in the half-hour sitcom Mike & Molly. Let us know who you're looking forward to watching in our poll below!
With 30 new shows premiering on the major networks this fall, the doors are wide open for a new breakout hit. Could it be The Event, the sci-fi thriller starring Jason Ritter, Laura Innes and Blair Underwood? Or will the working-class comedy Raising Hope with Martha Plimpton and Cloris Leachman become the new Roseanne? Perhaps the action and tropical scenery of Hawaii Five-0 will bring audiences back to the islands. But Tom Selleck's Blue Bloods and its family of New York City cops might end up TV's most arresting drama. Vote in our poll after the jump...
The 2010 Emmys are now in the books, but one of the night's biggest winners was host Jimmy Fallon, whose opening Glee spoof — complete with a Springsteen impression and tons of star power — kicked off the night. Other former Emmy hosts have brought their talents to the stage, including Ellen DeGeneres' dancing, Neil Patrick Harris' show-stopping voice and Conan O'Brien's big laughs. Let us know who your favorite Emmy host is in our poll below!
Reality TV offers something for everyone, but what hit series do you think would be the most fun? Maybe it's jetting around the world in The Amazing Race, or learning to live with strangers in a tropical paradise on Survivor. TV Guide Magazine wants to know what reality competition show you would most want to participate on. Vote in our poll below!
Herself, aka real-estate mogul Jeff Lewis' long-suffering assistant and constant target of abuse on Flipping Out (Tuesday, 9/8c, Bravo). "It's only because I want her to grow and improve," says Jeff...
With his award-winning 2006 documentary When the Levees Broke, Spike Lee took the overwhelming horror of Hurricane Katrina and broke it down into individual, compelling stories. Now, almost five years later, the city's unofficial documentarian returns with If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise (tonight, 9/8c, HBO), only to find a way of life that once almost drowned now being smothered in a slick of oil...