Grant Bowler, True Blood
True Blood is all about werewolves this season — and not the pretty-boy Twilight kind. We're talking vicious, neck-branded neo-Nazis who drink vampire blood to feed their addiction. TVGuide.com caught up with Grant Bowler, who plays werewolf pack leader Cooter in seven episodes this season, to find out who Cooter really works for, how far ...
Season 7 of Entourage (premiering Sunday, 10:30/9:30c on HBO) picks up six months after we last left Vince and Co., with signs pointing to the boys maturing—or at least trying to...
Thomas Jane, Hung
On Season 2 of HBO's Hung, Thomas Jane gets tangled in more than just his sheets.
It's not easy being Ray Drecker these days. His new co-managers Tanya (Jane Adams) and Lenore (Rebecca Creskoff) are fighting over who is in charge of Ray's uh...career. His rekindled relationship with ex-wife Jessica (Anne Heche) is becoming more and more complicated as her marriage to Ronnie (Eddie Jemison) starts to crumble. And his kids are just messed up...
Doug Ellin, Seth Rogen
Imagine if this was the lineup on Entourage: Vince, E, Ari, Drama and... Seth Rogen?
In a twist in his recent war of words with Rogen, Entourage executive producer Doug Ellin...
Felicity Huffman; Kyra Sedgwick; Anna Torv
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Do you know which Desperate Housewives kid was switched at birth? — Daniel
MICKEY: Our source is saying that the new season will raise several possibilities, and that we shouldn't jump to any conclusions based on this recasting. That said, Lynette's daughter Penny will have more heavy lifting to do this season, acting-wise...
Up until now, the sum total of our knowledge of the True Blood vampire monarchy rested on the tiny, delicate shoulders of Evan Rachel Wood's Queen Sophie-Anne. But there's a new crown in town, and he rides horses! Russell Edgington, the gay vampire king of Mississippi (Denis O'Hare), kidnapped Bill with the help of his werewolf lackeys and has now made him a very suspicious job offer. O'Hare tells us what the ancient king really wants, why he loves Talbot and how he's different from Sophie-Anne.
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True Blood vampire hunk Alexander Skarsgård stopped by TV Guide Magazine's offices to sink his teeth into Cubicle Confessions! Check out our exclusive video interview as Alexander discusses his brief stint in the Swedish Marines and shares his favorite sport!
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At its languid but intoxicating best, HBO's Treme dances and grooves to its own peculiar and particularly New Orleans beat. Call it the rhythm of life. And, naturally, death. But mostly life. Such is the case in the series' languorous 80-plus-minute finale, infused with sorrow but also overflowing with a defiant resilience and joy in the moment that captures the ebullient nature of this national treasure of a city.
Plot-wise? Let's not dwell on that. As Professor Creighton Bernette (John Goodman) told his students in the penultimate episode, before presumably stepping off the ferry to put an end to his blocked creative life, "Don't think in terms of a beginning and an end. Because unlike some plot-driven entertainments, there is no closure in real life — not really." Could be a testimony to Treme itself, which has taken some knocks for its often oblique approach to actual narrative. (Ominously, Cray added when asked about an upcoming test, "In the end, every one of us will be tested, and every one of us will be found wanting.")
Creighton's suicide, and the grief and rage of his widow Toni...