And lo, HBO’s ‘True Blood’ hath not gone gently into that good night, but rather stumbled through its series finale in a shower of goopy blood that made up its final installment “Thank You.” Fans of the 7-year HBO drama proved understandably divided by Sookie Stackhouse’s ultimate end, but what does showrunner Brian Buckner have to say of the finale’s major twists? Who was that guy at the head of the table? Why wasn’t Eric around more? All these answers and more, straight from the ‘True Blood’ series finale!
The final season of 'True Blood' is upon us, and we just know season 7 is going to be packed to the brim with action and blood, judging by the latest trailer featuring new footage for all you Truebies. Sookie and Bill working together again, Pam looking fierce as usual, and everyone uniting to fight a common cause like some supernatural super team? Sign us up.
Though an admittedly soapy show, it's proven no secret over the last 10 weeks that HBO's 'True Blood' earned back quite a bit of good will from the previous seasons, with further plotted course correction heading into a seventh year. Now, conversations have begun as to whether 'True Blood' season 7 will prove the final year in Bon Temps, so which way will HBO lean?
Good news for 'True Blood' fans, and especially those on their way to the bloodsucking HBO drama's Comic-Con 2013 panel this year: Sookie Stackhouse and her supernatural stories will officially return next summer. HBO has announced their 'True Blood' season 7 renewal, but will anything change about the fang-banging drama, following the behind-the-scenes turmoil of the current year?
Earlier today, we caught our first look at a new scene from 'True Blood' season 6 that featured a major character letting loose some serious anger, but that has nothing on what new showrunner Brian Buckner has in store for the HBO drama's sixth year. Joe Manganiello (Alcide Herveaux) previewed what fans can expect from Buckner's work on the new season, and it sounds even sexier and crazier than before!
Just when you think AMC has the market cornered on show-runner drama, HBO injects some new blood into 'True Blood.' Following series creator Alan Ball's departure from the series after its fifth season, it seems Ball's replacement Mark Hudis is similarly being replaced, prior to wrapping on season 6. Longtime 'True Blood' presence Brian Buckner will take the reigns going forward, but is there trouble in 'True Blood's future?