Talk about a horror dream team! Under the Dome already sounded pretty cool, but this latest development could really push it over the top for King fans looking for a return to form.
Oh, man, Stephen King fans are in heaven right now. Along with the release of his new novel Under the Dome (look for a review soon) has come the news that Dome is heading to HBO. In addition, we now know the tentative title of the eighth installment of King's Dark Tower series as well as getting an update on the status of an adaptation of Cell.
Last night the Paley Center hosted a panel entitled "Inside the Writers Room: True Blood", and representing the HBO series were creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with writer's assistant Elisabeth Finch, script coordinator Kate Barnow, co-executive producer Brian Buckner, co-executive producer Nancy Oliver, supervising producer Alexander Woo, and producer Raelle Tucker. Read on for a few choice tidbits of what was said and some hints of what fans can expect during Season 3.
HBO, in collaboration with Udi Behr, Chief Designer for Love Peace and Hope, has created a new line of jewelry around the network’s hit series "True Blood". Inspired by the dark and sexy nature of the vampires in the television series, the collection includes bracelets, leather cuffs, necklaces, rings, and earrings in an edgy fusion of sterling silver, polished steel, and crimson rubies – many of which feature a patented fang-like clasp.
The finale of Season 2 of "True Blood" may have only aired last night, but don't think for a second that the creative minds behind the show are taking any sort of break. Creator Alan Ball recently revealed a few choice tidbits of what we can expect in Season 3 including some tasty casting news.
All right, Fangbangers. We're just a few short days away from the season finale of "True Blood", and while we wait for our usual pre-show tease from the powers-that-be at HBO, this week we have something a little different. Something that promises to "corrupt" all of you -- and leave you in need of a cold shower!
Usually at about this time of the day on Friday, we're putting up a sneak peek or two of the weekend's upcoming "True Blood" episode. But alas, the show is taking this Sunday off due to the Labor Day holiday before returning on September 13th with the season finale. But that doesn't mean you can't still have your fix of Sookie, Bill, Eric, and the rest of the gang. Read on for more.
If there's a finer way to cap off the week than by watching "True Blood" sneak peeks provided by HBO, I've yet to find it. And with only two more episodes left, we better dig in while we can!
Say it isn't so -- There are only three more episodes of "True Blood" left. This week's installment, entitled New World in My View, looks to amp things up a notch in anticipation of the season's conclusion on September 13th. And to get you amped up for it, HBO has provided a sneak peek.
It's Friday, and that means one thing: HBO is giving us two sneak peeks at this weekend's "True Blood" episode!
A couple of months ago we posted an excerpt from an interview with "True Blood"'s Evan Rachel Wood in which she mentioned that her character, Sophie-Anne, would be interacting with "Hadley", Sookie (Anna Paquin)'s cousin who had yet to be cast. Today we found out who would be playing said Hadley.
What's this? Two "True Blood" stories in one day? We were going to just update the one below, but this is so juicy we thought it deserves its own space: Finally, we get our first good look at Evan Rachel Wood as Sophie-Anne, the Vampire Queen of Louisiana.
Can't get enough of "True Blood"? Neither can we, which is why our ears perked up when we heard there were two clips from this Sunday's episode available on the HBO series' video page.
It may have been mostly shunned by the Emmys (garnering only Outstanding Art Direction, Casting, and Main Title Design nominations from them), but HBO's "True Blood" got the recognition it so richly deserves from the Television Critics Association over this past weekend.
HBO's "True Blood" has become a phenomenon. From their extremely clever viral marketing to their frequent posts on Twitter @TrueBloodHBO, people just can't get enough! To add to the mayhem, Dread Central is happy to bring you a clip from this Sunday's episode!