If you're just starting to watch Weeds, you might want to stop reading. Because at least one of the main characters, Shane Botwin (Alexander Gould), is currently undergoing a dark metamorphosis.
Gould was shocked when he read the script for the show's fifth season finale, in which his character, Shane Botwin, clocks and kills Pilar, his mother's nemesis, with a croquet mallet. Because of that murder, Season 6 takes place on the run, and an ever-darkening Shane isn't exactly remorseful. Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) has tried to reboot her wayward son's moral education, but, well, Shane has always been a little off. Gould, now 16, tells us how Shane has changed over six seasons, why he loves playing Shane as a mini-Dexter and whether he thinks he's capable of killing again.
Tom Welling and James Marsters
Smallville's 200th episode, which takes a look at Clark's past, present and future, will bring the farm boy-turned-reporter several steps closer to being the Man of Steel as he faces the hard truths behind his father's death. Executive producers Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson offer insights about how the episode changes the series as it nears the end...
On the Blue Bloods set, it's not uncommon to see fake handguns, mock suspect files, claustrophobic interrogation rooms ... and dance numbers?
"We have dance-party Fridays!" Jennifer Esposito tells TVGuide.com after grooving and clapping with the crew to Donnie Wahlberg's beatbox tune in between takes. "It's our little way of ...
Barbara Walters, Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey will be the one answering questions when Barbara Walters sits down with the Oprah host before Winfrey leaves to start her own network.
A Barbara Walters Special: Oprah, The Next Chapter, airing Thursday, Dec. 9 (9/8c on ABC), will look at...
Paula Abdul established herself as the judge with the giant heart during her eight-year tenure on American Idol, and don't expect anything different when she debuts her new reality competition show, Live To Dance, on CBS in January.
"My family always makes fun of me and says I should have...
Survivor: Nicaragua's Tyrone Davis wants to clarify that no, he wasn't voted home because of the chicken. The Los Angeles fire captain, 42, found himself in a debate after the commingling of the older and younger tribes when he argued against killing one of his new tribe's birds. (The show suggested that when it was time to eat, he ate more than his share — which he...