Our main complaint about Season 3 of HBO's "True Blood" was that there were too many extraneous characters. However, no one could accuse Russell Edgington, the Vampire King of Mississippi, of being extraneous in the least. So we've been curious if Denis O'Hare would be reprising the role in Season 4. It seems the answer is a definite maybe.
For a while working "two days on 'Southland', two days on 'True Blood', and going back and forth between the two shows" was working out all right for actor Kevin Alejandro, but finally something had to give, and now he'll be devoting himself full-time to "True Blood" Season Four, aka the Season of the Witches.
Hear those wheels beginning to spin? The engine roaring? It can only mean one thing - HBO's promotion train has begun delivering the teaser goods for their upcoming fourth season of the hit series "True Blood".
If there was one thing that sort of bothered us about the last season of the HBO hit series "True Blood", it was the introduction of all the new characters while familiar favorites were left with little to do. With Season 4 gearing up, even more new characters will be on their way, and we've got a bit of a taste of whom they're looking for.
One of the bright spots of the just completed third season of HBO's In Treatment was without a doubt up-and-coming young actor Dane DeHaan. Apparently I'm not the only one who felt that way as he's just been added to the network's vampire drama "True Blood" as a recurring character. In addition, Rebecca Wisocky has been cast for a key guest spot in the fourth season premiere.
Not sure how we missed this news, but better late than never! IDW Publishing and HBO have announced the next step for their True Blood comic series: After record-breaking sales, True Blood continues in February 2011 with a brand new story. Also in February IDW will launch the hardcover collection of its first True Blood story arc, entitled All Together Now.
And the cast for HBO's "True Blood" Season Four keeps expanding! Three more recurring characters (and the actors who will be playing them) have been revealed.
Looking for the perfect holiday gift for the "True Blood" fan in your life? HBO has put together a very clever promo spot to remind you that while we're still waiting for the third season to hit DVD and Blu-ray, "True Blood": The Complete Second Season is available now on both formats.
Jessica Tuck, who plays recurring character Nan Flannigan on HBO's "True Blood", has been promoted to a full-fledged series regular as Season Four ramps up production. In addition, a new trio of female actresses is being added to the show, one as a regular and the other two as recurring.
Actress Courtney Ford is certainly making her way through the genre lately. After a stint on both "The Vampire Diaries" and "Dexter", she's now set to fight for justice on HBO's hit vampire series, "True Blood".
2010 is starting to wind down, which means it's time for all the various awards shows to begin rearing their heads. First up are The People's Choice Awards, which have a new category this go-round for Favorite Horror Movie. Here are some of the genre nominee highlights:
The wheels are already turning for HBO's fourth sexy and blood-filled season of the hit show "True Blood", and the casting news is already rolling in. Who's next to spread the red?
Last season of the HBO phenomenon known as "True Blood" ended on a bit of an unsatisfactory note that had some fans pleased and others let down. With Season 4 on the way we're hoping all those wrongs can be corrected.
This past weekend (October 15-17) was quite a busy one for the horror community. On the East Coast was Rock & Shock while on the West Coast there were, amongst others, the Screamfest film festival, the 2010 Scream Awards, and the Weekend of Horrors. As a regular West Coast convention-goer, yours truly attended Creation's Weekend of Horrors at the Burbank Airport Marriott.
Creation Entertainment has added three new guests to its already packing lineup for the Weekend of Horrors, being held Friday, October 15 through Sunday, October 17, at the Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel.