As the clock winds down to the June 26th premiere of Season Four of HBO's "True Blood", the network has decided to relieve some of the show's fans' withdrawal pains by revealing the synopses of the first six episodes. Thank the gods - we were getting rather tired of reading and re-reading that description of Episode 1!
With the fourth season of "True Blood" premiering on HBO this Sunday, the question of a fifth year is an obvious one. Creator Alan Ball was recently asked about the possibility of a season 5 and his answer wasn't the most ... assuring.
Even though the series' Season 4 premiere is just days away, more casting news has come in for the hit HBO vampire series "True Blood". Want to know who has just signed on for an appearance in the finale and possibly as a new recurring character? Read on for details.
With "True Blood" Season 4 premiering next week, you're probably in one of two camps ... Either A)- Looking forward to Season 4 but could use a quick refresher or B)- A new viewer thinking about tuning in but don't want to jump in without having watched the first three seasons. Well, we've got something for each of you!
How awesome was last night’s “Game of Thrones” season finale on HBO? The only consolation there is to George R. R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” ending its first season is that “True Blood” returns in less than a week.
In an apparent homage to the original one-sheet for Straw Dogs, a new piece of eye candy has slid online via the director of the remake's Twitter page. We have it right here along with the original so you can compare. Tell us what you think! Dig it!
Ever imagined yourself as a character on HBO's "True Blood". Well, imagine no longer as a new Facebook app - Immortalize Yourself - has made its way to the "True Blood" Facebook page, via which you can create an exclusive "True Blood" Season 4 interactive video starring you, your friends, and your favorite characters.
The marketing focus so far for "True Blood" Season Four may be on witches and fairies, but don't think for a second that HBO has forgotten about the folks who put the show on the map--namely, its vamps--as evidenced by the newest promo poster to hit the Net.
Can't get enough previews and sneak peeks from Season Four of HBO's phenomenally successful "True Blood"? Yeah, we can't either, which is why we were excited to find three more minutes of the season opener online for a grand total of six glorious minutes in Fairyland. Proceed only if you're willing to indulge in some spoilers!
More promotional goodness has slipped online for the highly anticipated return of HBO's smash hit vampire show, "True Blood", and we've got every fangbanging second of it right here for you! Go ahead - show your true colors!
"True Blood" showrunner Alan Ball has warned us for some time that the romance between Bill and Sookie is going to be hitting some rough spots, and if the newest Season Four preview entitled "Break Up" is any indication, it's definitely time to put on our seat belts.
If you listen closely, you can actually hear the sound of fangbangers all over the world cheering! What's all the hoopla about? How about being able to watch the first three minutes of Episode One of "True Blood" Season 4, which introduce Gary Cole as Sookie's grandfather Earl? Yeah. That'll do it!
Hardly a day passes lately in which we don't get some sort of present from HBO as that long wait for Season Four of "True Blood" draws to a close. Today it's ten "Screen Test" character trailers featuring regulars Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, Sam Trammell, Ryan Kwanten, Rutina Wesley, Nelsan Ellis, Kristin Bauer, Joe Manganiello, and Deborah Ann Woll, .
Nothing says "horror" quite like using a color palette comprised of red, black, and white; and nothing says "wow" quite like the new Show Your True Colors poster campaign for "True Blood" Season Four. Read on to see the goods HBO provided fans today.
Fans of HBO's "True Blood" are well beyond the "Waiting Sucks" phase. Now their withdrawal from the show is in full-blown mode, and all they want is to feed their addiction. Help is on the way in the form of a new teaser poster and a website where they can reach out to fellow Truebies, watch clips, and more!