HBO released its entire summer original programming lineup, including its renewals of freshman comedy Hung, veteran comedy Entourage and hit vampire drama True Blood.

According to THR Feed, network executives addressing the critics at the Television Critics Association's semi-annual press tour said Hung will get a second season, True Blood a third and Entourage a seventh. The new seasons will debut sometime next year, with True Blood firmly planned for summer.

The freshly formed Sunday-night lineup has given HBO two consecutive hours of hit programming for the first time in years. True Blood in particular has managed to increase its audience with nearly every episode, giving the network its most-watched show since The Sopranos.

Next year HBO intends to air Big Love in January and roll out its highly anticipated WWII miniseries The Pacific in March. The war epic will eventually serve as lead-in for Treme, the New Orleans drama from The Wire creator David Simon.

Emmy-nominated Flight of the Conchords will also likely return, with executives making a third season sound very probable.

Though HBO's full development pipeline is expected to give the network some tough choices in the coming months, one project looking almost certain to make the air is Martin Scorsese's Boardwalk Empire.