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?
'True Blood' season 7 has been extensively revealed to scale back its storytelling next year by keeping the Bon Temps characters together against one threat, but season 6 finale "Radioactive" guaranteed the population would need some new blood. Among the first to sign on as a new series regular will be Amelia Rose Blaire, aka the Governor's daughter, Willa Burrell!
‘True Blood’ fans have once again been left at a loss, now that Bon Temps has been boarded off until season 7 bursts out in 2014. Sunday night’s season finale “Radioactive” left us on a much left direct cliffhanger than last year, but still raised a number of questions about the future of the series, from Eric Northman and his little friend to the sudden appearance of ‘Walking Dead’-style vampires. Why wait for fresh answers however, when we’ve go
The moment 'True Blood' fans had been dreading the whole of season 6 finally arrived in this past Sunday's finale, "Radioactive," as it appeared that fan-favorite character Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) met a fiery end whilst sunbathing nude in the Swedish mountains. And while most suspected that 'True Blood' wouldn't have given such an absurd ending to the character, fans can rest easy that Skarsgard will be back full time for 'True Blood' season 7.
‘True Blood’ season 6 spurts out its 10th and final episode of the year, “Radioactive,” as Bill and the others race to save Sookie from a vengeful Warlow's grasp, before a shocking calamity unleashes a new threat to humans and vampires alike.
Last week's ‘True Blood’ episode, “Life Matters,” saw Bill and Eric enacting their plans to free the captive vampires from meeting the sun at Vamp Camp, while Sookie and the others gathered for Terry Bellefleur’s funeral, so how does “Radioactive” close out the season? Who ends up as a pile of bloody goo by the hour's end?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season 6 finale, “Radioactive”!
‘True Blood’ season 6 spurts out its 9th and penultimate episode of the year, “Life Matters,” as Bill and Eric enact their plans to free the vampires from camp, while Sookie and the others gather for Terry Bellefleur's funeral.
The previous ‘True Blood’ episode, “Dead Meat,” saw Sookie struggling with whether or not to accept Warlow’s proposal, Jason getting to know his new “owner” Violet (Karolina Wydra), and both Sam and Alcide confronting their futures, so how does “Life Matters" set us up for the finale?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season 6, episode 9, “Life Matters”!
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.