Finally the HBO original series "True Blood" is coming home so fans can spend some extra time with Sookie and the gang whenever they want. What goodies can you expect? Time to dish the dirt.
With Alan Ball's vamp series getting ready to kick off its second season this summer, it's only fitting that we take a look back at how it all started.
Hey, vamp fans! Can't get your fill of the toothy HBO series "True Blood"? Wonder what's next for Sookie and the gang? Well, a few images from Season 2 just hit online, and it looks as if things are business as usual.
Ever notice that foreign territories get all the really cool ad campaigns? I can tell you one thing; you would NEVER see the following campaign here in the States.
Alan Ball's vampire series "True Blood" is about to get itself some spicy Latin flavor!
Not a helluva lot of news, really, but anything about the next season of “True Blood” is going to be interesting to me and other fans of the show, so why not feed out the tidbits? Variety has learned that Road Trip II: Beer Pong thespian Preston Jones has landed a recurring role on the second season of the Alan Ball series, though who he’ll be playing is unknown.
There’s no official art or specs for it yet, but you can already pre-order yourself a copy of “True Blood: The Complete First Season” on DVD. Remember the old days when we had to wait years for a series to show up on VHS? No, you probably don’t ... I’m dating myself a bit.
Not even three episodes in, and HBO is apparently already very happy with the latest creation from “Six Feet Under” creator Alan Ball, “True Blood”, as they just sent out a press release announcing that the show’s been signed on for a second season!
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Ryan Kwanten, Rutina Wesley, Sam Trammell Written and directed by Alan Ball (series creator) Original Air Date September 7, 2008
You may recall a few months back that a lot of hoopla arose surrounding the announcement that Mark Steven Johnson, he of Ghost Rider infamy, would be tackling a miniseries for HBO based on Garth Ennis’ beloved comic series Preacher. The plan was large; at one point every single issue of the comic was going to be an entire episode of the show (really the only way it would work). Now, however, Johnson has revealed that it was always close, but no cigar.
Those of you out there who just can’t stand the wait for Alan Ball’s “True Blood”, the vampire show coming to HBO this fall, you’re going to love this; Daily Motion just got a very cool exclusive from the show, a news report that details just how vampires went from being creatures in the shadows to functioning, accepted members of society.
Top Cow, the publisher responsible for bringing us some of the more kickass titles in the comic book world such as Witchblade and Darkness, is now tackling HBO's vampire series True Blood.
Yes, there's more to this poster for the upcoming vampire series “True Blood”, but what more do you really need to see? Sexy lips, sexy tongue, just the right amount of plasma ... yep, that’s good enough for me.
Let's say vampires were an integrated part of society; it'd be socially unacceptable for them to just go around sucking regular folks dry. The good thing about the Japanese is that they'd quickly find a way to not only make a buck off the potential plight but also provide a cool and refreshing way for the suckheads to quench their thirst.
We've been all over HBO's "True Blood" - the new vampire series from "Six Feet Under" creator Alan Ball - ever since it was first announced.