Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin and Alexander Skarsgard
Alan Ball and Nelsan Ellis
Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin
E.J. Scott and actress Deborah Ann Woll
Sam Trammell and Perrey Reeves
Bridget Peters and Joe Manganiello
'True Blood' preem party
Michael Lombardo and Stephen Moyer
"The Walking Dead"
Lennie James has appeared in just two episodes of AMC zombie-apocalypse drama "The Walking Dead," but his impact on the tone of the series and its main character is undeniable.
James, who plays Morgan Jones, first appeared in the series' pilot, as a friendly survivor and Good Samaritan who helps Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) find shelter and his bearings.
This year -- about three seasons after making his initial appearance -- James gets to play an even more intriguing role in the series. In the episode "Clear," Rick encounters Morgan again, except this time his lost friend has lost some of his mental faculties as well as his son. The episode marked something of a departure for the series, which normally keeps most of the cast together rather than focusing on one or two characters at a time.
James' performance helps bring new dimension to "Walking Dead" regulars while showing viewers the effects the disaster at the center of the story has on a character who has been a touchstone, albeit a missing one.
-- Brian Steinberg
SAY YES TO THE DRESS: ATLANTA (TLC)
If their well-timed bons mots don't get you, then their charm and passion for all things bridal will.
MY CAT FROM HELL
This tattooed guitarist can solve any pet parent's feline problem in the most soothing and empathetic manner possible.
HERE COMES HONEY BOO BOO (TLC)
The self-confidence, big personalities and strong family ties between matriarch June, daughters Honey Boo Boo, Jessica, Anna and Lauryn, and husband Sugar Bear transcend the redneck humor.
HOW IT'S MADE
The randomness of the objects makes it fascinating: "In this episode: recreational trailers, slippers, motorcycle helmets." Must watch TV.
The guys called in to authenticate things. Rick's group of buddies includes Danny Koker of Count's Kustoms. The gregarious car and motorcycle expert now has his own spinoff, Counting Cars.
GIULIANA AND BILL
Giuliana's breast cancer, mastectomy, miscarriage and a happy end with the birth of a son via surrogate made for emotionally charged TV.
KITCHEN NIGHTMARES (Fox)
Between the bleeps, Ramsay delivers smart advice infused with his passion for food. Why do people resist?
Unlikely TV stars, the Robertson clan's warm charisma shines through the camouflage. And hey, they're happy guys.
However fans see her -- loud and abusive, or passionate and dedicated -- Miller and her tiny dancers draw dedicated fans and strong ratings.
AMERICAN RESTORATION (History)
The guy who could restore anything on Pawn Stars got a spinoff in 2010. Dale and his team perform mechanical miracles on long-forgotten technology that others might junk.
For the season six preem party, HBO dressed up Hollywood Social as "Sookie's House"
The couple pose for pics at the "True Blood" afterparty at Hollywood Social, aka "Sookie's House"
The young vamp poses for pics at the afterparty
Voodoo queens and witch doctors at to the atmosphere of the party.
Guests were given vamp makeovers at HBO's "True Blood" bash
HBO Programming President Michael Lombardo with "True Blood" star Stephen