The teases keep coming for True Blood‘s June 26 season 4 premiere. HBO is now offering fans two more minutes of the episode, meaning you can watch the first eight minutes of the show below. (Still no Eric, just more militant fairies.) READ FULL STORY
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Sex, violence, biting and more sex!
If you weren’t already excited enough about True Blood season four, here’s HBO’s second full-length trailer for the new season. This will make its on-air debut Sunday during the MTV Movie Awards, but you can see it here first. Season four debuts June 26. Here’s your must-watch new trailer: READ FULL STORY
Tensions between humans and vampires are running high in season 4 of True Blood following Russell Edgington’s on-air antics. Politicians are telling their constituents not to trust vampires, and, understandably, the vampires are trying to get out the message that they are as different from each other as humans are. I think Eric is the perfect vamp to deliver that message in the promo below. Mesmerized by his heavage, I would believe just about anything he said. (Bill at a ribbon-cutting ceremony sporting politician hair, on the other hand? Not at all.) READ FULL STORY
Summer is coming. And with it, more promos for True Blood‘s fourth season, which begins June 26. The latest shows the new coven of witches in town. If they can control the dead, then they can control vampires, Bill says. Did they make him put on guyliner? (Not complaining, totally hot.) We also see that amnesia-stricken Eric will still have some bite this season. And that, as Pam says, Sookie may have to choose to be somebody’s if she wants to be, period. Oh, and there will be plenty of sex on this show, as always. Watch it below. READ FULL STORY
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The network will announce on Friday a production blog called “Inside True Blood” that will give fans behind-the-scenes details of production on season four. The idea was prompted by the success of the network’s production blog on Game of Thrones.
The blog will have real-time contributions from Gianna Sobol, assistant to series creator Alan Ball, straight from the set.
The first post goes live tomorrow at 9 a.m. at http://inside-true-blood-blog.com and all I know is it contains this sentence: “Today’s call sheet includes the words ‘hostage,’ ‘bites,’ ‘dinner,’ and ‘Eric.’”
The Walking Dead, True Blood, Freaks & Geeks, and Jimmy Fallon will headline PaleyFest 2011, which begins March 4 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. The 28th annual William S. Paley Television Festival brings the casts and crews behind some of television’s most popular shows together for panel discussions. “From zombies to vampires, from high school geeks to singing sensations, PaleyFest continues to celebrate the breadth of pop culture influencing our lives today. At this ultimate TV fanfest in the heart of the entertainment industry here in Los Angeles, we offer television enthusiasts an unrivaled connection with the casts and crews of their favorite series as well as the opportunity to honor media icons and innovators,” said Pat Mitchell, president and chief executive officer of The Paley Center for Media.
The entire schedule, which includes events celebrating American Idol and a Freaks & Geeks reunion, is after the jump. READ FULL STORY
HBO did not pick up True Blood honcho Alan Ball’s pilot All Signs of Death, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The drama is based on Charlie Huston’s novel The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death, which follows a slacker suffering from PTSD as he works in crime-scene clean-up.
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