True Blood is based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris, detailing the co-existence of vampires and humans in Bon Temps, a fictional, small town in the state of Louisiana. The series centers on the adventures of Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a telepathic waitress with an other-worldly quality.
True Blood is in its final throes on HBO as Season 7 continues. We have a full recap of last night's episode "This is Not The End", which left Sookie, Sam and Jason the bearer of bad news in Bon Temps. We also have your first look at next week's new episode "Lost Cause", which finds Sookie the host of a festive mainstreaming party, while Eric and Pam head to Dallas to attend a gala fund raiser, in search of an elusive adversary. Check out the Lost Cause trailer, then continue on for more as True Blood brings itself to a rousing conclusion later this summer.
Sookie calls Jackson from the Bon Temps morgue to tell him that his son is dead. To comfort Sookie, Jackson tells her that while he and Alcide didn't talk much, when they did, he never heard him happier than when he was with her. Meanwhile, Jason makes an equally difficult call to Hoyt Fortenberry in Alaska, informing him that Maxine was killed by a vampire.Read More
The HBO series True Blood and Game of Thrones and the Cinemax series Banshee are confirmed for panels and autograph sessions at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014.
Below is panel information on the three series. Expect live coverage of all HBO and Cinemax Comic-Con activities at HBO Connect (HBO.com/Connect) and at True Blood #TrueToTheEnd and Game of Thrones #SurviveTheRealm. For Banshee, fans can go to Cinemax.com and #SDCCBanshee.Read More
The end is nigh for Sookie (Anna Paquin) and the rest of our favorite Bon Temps residents as HBO draws True Blood to a close with Season 7. Last night marked the closing of an era with "Fire in the Hole", which found Sookie attempting to take down the H-Vamps, while Vince (Brett Rickaby) and his vigilante posse posed an equally dangerous threat. We have the full episode recap detailing all the thrills and drama from last night, along with a first look at next week's new episode "Death is Not the End", which airs Sunday July 13.
At the Dutta Institute in Los Angeles, Guru Sanbir Dutta instructs a yoga class. He pays special attention to a sexy brunette, using the name Noomi, who reveals herself to be Sarah Newlin.Read More
True Blood Season 7 continued to bring the series to its epic conclusion last night on HBO with the second new episode of the year, "I Found You". Sookie and Jason went to visit the town of Saint Alice, where a young woman's dairy may contain the secrets to saving Bon Temps. Meanwhile, a trio of hostages taken during the raid on Bellefleur's find a savior from the H-vamps in a familiar face. We have a full recap of this thrilling True Blood episode. But first, check out a trailer for next week's all-new episode "Fire in the Hole".
In a blood-fueled dream, Jason finally tracks Eric down at a Spanish hotel, and the two enjoy a passion-fueled hook-up. The fantasy ends when Jason jolts awake, after smacking his head against a pew in the empty church.Read More
Sookie sits in Bellefleur's as healthy vamps heal the wounded. She tunes into everyone's anguished thoughts and is surprised to hear everyone blaming her for bringing vampires to Bon Temps. She's further shocked to overhear Alcide's damning thoughts: "I'll never understand how you can love the dead. If only you'd walked away we wouldn't be in this mess right now." Hurt by his thoughts, Sookie walks home by herself. Alcide tries her cell repeatedly, but Sookie refuses to answer and throws her phone into the woods. Along the way, she stumbles over the body of a girl who looks a lot like her -- and is covered in vampire bites.
In Marrakesh, Pam is opposite a burly vampire named Nizar, who's standing in a big plastic bucket. They play a vampire version of Russian roulette, taking turns pulling the trigger on a gun loaded with a wooden bullet. Despite boasting that he's survived 28 times, Nizar takes the fatal bullet. To honor her for winning, the bar's proprietor gives Pam a piece of paper -- on it is information about Eric's whereabouts.Read More
HBO has released a fresh trailer for the seventh and final season of their hit vampire series True Blood. Sookie starts to question why the government would leave them stranded after an attack at the church in this latest look. Watch the premiere entitled "Jesus Gonna Be Here" June 22 at 9PM, only on HBO.
Vampire Bill is rebirthed as a powerful ancient deity, Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell declares open season on all vampires and Sookie Stackhouse finds herself sidelined by a mysterious stranger with a hidden agenda. True Blood shows no signs of slowing down in its sixth season. The sexy, scary, wildly entertaining series from Academy Award and Emmy winner Alan Ball is packed with "suspense, surprises and crackling dialogue: True Blood is pumping strong." (Boston Herald) True Blood: The Complete Sixth Season will be available on Blu-ray with Digital Copy ($79.98), DVD ($59.99) and Digital HD on June 3, 2014, just in time for fans to catch up before the final season makes its HBO debut this summer. Both sets include the full 10-episode season, along with extensive bonus materials including behind-the-scenes interviews and never-before-seen content.
Season 6 introduces several exciting new story lines that threaten what little sense of normalcy remains in Bon Temps, The Authority is in flames, and True Blood is in short supply. As Bill comes to terms with his newfound powers after emerging reincarnated from a pool of blood, Louisiana's governor has declared war, replete with novel anti-vamp weapons and a high-tech internment camp established to wipe out the vampire race forever. Meanwhile, Sookie and Jason must steel themselves for an encounter with their parents' killer: the mysterious and ancient Warlow.Read More