'True Blood' season 5 has been in the ground for a few months now, leaving us with quite a terrific cliffhanger to salivate over, which only fuels our bloodlust for the coming season. But with so many questions to answer for Sookie, Eric, "Billith" and the mysterious Warlow, who might be on-hand to provide answers? Where last year Christopher Meloni joined the cast, this year we've been granted another imposing figure: 'Blade Runner's Rutger Hauer! But who is his mysterious new character, and how long will he stick around for?
For as many out there who don't enjoy HBO's 'True Blood,' there's no denying it appeals to men and women alike with its bloody bevy of beautiful bodies. One particular coupling that had been long in the making was that of Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Alcide Herveaux (Joe Manganiello), though the story seemed to make an abrupt swerve just as the pair first hooked up. What cause series creator Alan Ball to pull the plug, and has the door been shut completely?
'True Blood' season 5 is barely dead in the ground following last week's gripping season finale "Save Yourself," but already speculation has run rampant on the next season. Behind the cameras, we know that longtime show-runner Alan Ball will depart the series for his new Cinemax venture 'Banshee,' leaving the 'True Blood' reigns to writer Mark Hudis, who already has gallons of story to spill. Brace yourselves though, as 'True Blood' season 6 might feel a bit lighter than we're all used to, but why?
Have we really already come to the season finale of 'True Blood'? Time flies in the world of Bon Temps, y'all, but this finale is packed with all the blood and goo and glowing fairy birth canals we were missing. In our final installment of the season, we take a look at the good, the bad, and the worst of "Save Yourself."
'True Blood' season 5 may have come to its bloody end with last night's finale "Save Yourself," but the story is far from over. Not only will ever-popular vampire series return for a sixth season in 2013 under new show-runner Mark Hudis, but it turns out we didn't even see all of the finale! A bonus/deleted scenes answers a few questions that were lingering from the season, as well as raises a few new ones. So, who is the mysterious Warlow?
‘True Blood’ season 5 comes to a bloody end with its twelfth, and final episode of the year, as Bill makes a decision that forever changes his existance as the herald of Lillith, while Jason leads the rescue mission to the Vampire Authority and Andy finds his hands full when Maurella goes into labor.
Last week’s ‘True Blood’ episode “Sunset” saw Bill dispatching Jessica to turn Jason Stackhouse into a vampire under the new regime, while Sookie rallied the other Faeries into fighting back against Russell Edgington. So, what will the latest episode of ‘True Blood’ bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season 5 finale “Save Yourself!"
In just a few days time, 'True Blood' season 5 will reach its bloody end as all the various threads of the season finally intersect, and death is seemingly afoot. Russell Edgington has become super-charged with Faerie blood, while Bill has become super-charged on his own ego, while all the humans and shifters alike in between them struggle only to survive. Whatever happens, it's going to be bloody, so how would you like an extended look?
Season 5 of ‘True Blood‘ gets ready to head into a coffin with its season finale, as nearly everyone seems to have gathered at the Vampire Authority just as Bill puts the finishing touches on his crazy plans, just as we saw in last Sunday ’s “Sunset.” So before ‘True Blood’ season 5 braces for all-out vampire/human/faerie war in its ultimate episode “Save Yourself” this Sunday, August 26, how would you to feast on a spoilery new clip from the episode?
As much as we love seeing our favorite genre stars pop up in unexpected places, TV-savvy folk well know that an actor being cast in a new project can very quickly spell doom for their existing characters. We've enjoyed seeing 'True Blood's' Janina Gavankar (and a lot of her) over the last two seasons, but is her recent casting in FOX's 'The Goodwin Games' an ill omen for Sam and Luna? Has Luna shifted her last shape?
The good news is that 'True Blood' is finally tightening up its myriad plots this week as we approach the season finale. The bad news is that it still takes an entire season to be a good show, and now they want us to believe that Tara has a crush on Pam? And there was no Lafayette this week? Let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the worst of "Sunset."