Admittedly two weeks earlier than the previous year, it's finale time once again for 'True Blood' fans everywhere, and things don't seem nearly as tense as they should. All of our vampire friends have been saved, as they dance around in the sunlight, so what threats remain for 'True Blood' season 6 to bring about its gory conclusion? Find out in the latest clips from season 6 finale "Radioactive!"
Only two episodes remain in 'True Blood' season 6 (thanks to Anna Paquin's pregnancy with Stephen Moyer, though the case looks to repeat next year), but it seems HBO couldn't resist one last bloody good trailer for the final hours of the season. Prayers are prayed, vampires get burned and Eric daywalks in the final badass trailer for 'True Blood' season 6!
‘True Blood’ season 6 spurts out its 8th episode of the year, “Dead Meat,” as Sookie struggles with whether or not to accept Warlow's proposal, Jason gets to know his new "owner" Violet (Karolina Wydra), and both Sam and Alcide confront their futures.
Last week’s ‘True Blood’ episode, “In the Evening,” saw Eric struggling desperately to save Nora’s life, while the fallout of Terry’s death washed over Bon Temps and Sarah Newlin picked up where Governor Burrell left off, so how does “Dead Meat” keep the new season flowing? What will season 6 of ‘True Blood’ bring, now that death lurks around every corner?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season 6, episode 8, “Dead Meat”!
This past week's 'True Blood' episode "In the Evening" mellowed things out to deal with the impacts of a few deaths among our favorite Bon Temps residents, but this Sunday's "Dead Meat" may well end up adding more corpses to the slab. The first clips from Sunday's all-new episode have hit the web, as Pam gets "oozy, but productive," and Jason gets mixed up with yet another vampire.
‘True Blood’ season 6 spurts out its 7th episode of the year, “In the Evening,” as Eric struggles desperately to save Nora's life, the fallout of Terry's death washes over Bon Temps and Sarah Newlin picks up where Governor Burrell left off.
Last week’s ‘True Blood’ episode, “Don't You Feel Me?,” saw Eric and the captive vampires discovering the Governor's true plan, while Sookie bonded with Warlow and Terry Bellefleur did his best to make peace, so how does “In the Evening” keep the new season flowing? What will season 6 of ‘True Blood’ bring, now that death lurks around every corner?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season 6, episode 7, “In the Evening”!
Earlier today we learned from the HBO panel at the ongoing TCA press tour that in-development projects like 'Criminal Justice' and a 'Transporter' TV series had largely been stalled, but the premium cable network had nothing but good things to say about the futures of its current flagship hits, from 'Game of Thrones' to 'True Blood' and 'The Newsroom.' Less certain however, is the fate of Larry David's 'Curb Your Enthusiasm.'
This past Sunday's Comic-Con adjacent 'True Blood' episode "Don't You Feel Me" almost certainly blew a fuse on plot development, between the fate of Terry Bellefleur, the Governor, and Sookie's graveside dalliance with Warlow, so it seems things might quiet down for this Sunday's all-new installment "In the Evening." The first three clips have hit the web, so what do we learn from a fang-banging sneak peek?
‘True Blood’ will kick off the second half of its sixth season with this Sunday’s all-new episode “Do You Feel Me,” but not before nearly the entire cast dropped by Comic-Con 2013! In addition to a major new trailer for the back-half of season 6, we got to hear firsthand all about showrunner Bryan Buckner’s intent to reel in the more outlandish stories of the past, while the cast teased some major conflicts to come.
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?