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True Blood stars Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard are stripped down and covered in blood for the cover of the new issue of Rolling Stone. They join a long line of celebrities, from Lady Gaga to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, who have appeared nude on the magazine's cover.
HBO might be about to deliver another winner in the drama department, mixing familiar creators with a couple of people more known for their movie work: The cable network has picked up a new series written by Deadwood's David Milch, directed by Michael Mann, and starring Dustin Hoffman.
In this week's True Blood, Sookie visits a werewolf bar with the brooding Alcide, Bill has hate-filled sex with Lorena (after pledging loyalty to Mississippi's vampire king), Franklin goes two rounds with Tara, Jessica tells all, and Eric ... gives Lafayette a shiny new convertible.
In this week's episode of True Blood, we meet the ascot-wearing vampire king of Mississippi, Lafayette's crazy, bigoted mother, Sam's trashy shapeshifting family and a mysterious vampire who uncovers something surprising about Bill and Sookie's relationship. Also: a werewolf named Cooter. Seriously.
In its latest promotion for the hit series True Blood, HBO has released a video for "Oh Sookie," Snoop Dogg's "romantic" tribute to Sookie Stackhouse. Come close, baby, he's the Dogg that don't bite ...
HBO's True Blood kicked off its third season with "Bad Blood," a fast-paced episode that has Sookie searching for a kidnapped Bill, Sam searching for his real family, Eric and Sophie-Anne avoiding the long arm of the Magister, Lafayette selling large amounts of V, and Andy Bellefleur doling out sage advice: "Conscience off, dick on!"
HBO has released a clip preview for True Blood, providing a good look at Season 3's werewolves and a glimpse into the mind of Jason Stackhouse. The new season premieres on June 13.
With just under a month until the June 13th Season 3 premiere, HBO has released the first trailer teasing the return of True Blood, Alan Ball's delightfully bloody, trashy and addictive drama based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris.
For fans who don't think they can wait until June 13 for another taste of True Blood, HBO has unveiled the first of six minisodes -- called, appropriately enough, A Drop of True Blood -- written by series creator Alan Ball.
HBO makes a pretty, pretty, pretty good decision in ordering more seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm and How To Make It In America.