[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of True Blood. Read at your own risk!]
Just three episodes into the final season, and True Blood is once again proving that anyone and everyone can be killed off.
It's never been safe to be friends with Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) — See: Pretty much everyone who has ever died on this show — but poor...
R.I.P., True Blood. The sexy, scary series about vampires coming out of their coffins to mingle with humans will end its seven-season run this summer. But at 3am on the Los Angeles set, no one's in mourning quite yet. In fact, Stephen Moyer is doing a happy dance after nailing a particularly tough scene.
American Psycho and Less Than Zero author Bret Easton Ellis has never been shy about what's on his mind, and on the Monday edition of his podcast he had some damning words about the Bryan Singer sexual abuse scandal...
True Blood's upcoming seventh season will be its last, HBO announced Tuesday.
"True Blood has been nothing short of a defining show for HBO," HBO President Michael Lombardo said in a statement. "Alan Ball took the books by Charlaine Harris, assembled a brilliant cast led by the magnificentAnna Paquin in the role of Sookie Stackhouse, and crafted a show that has taken its many devoted fans on an unforgettable journey.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's True Blood finale. Read at your own risk!]
After destroying the vampire internment camp, killing off pretty much all of this season's villains and making sure that Sookie (Anna Paquin) didn't end up as Warlow's (Rob Kazinsky) fae-vampire bride, True Blood jumped ahead six months, effectively wiping the slate clean — which is exactly what showrunner Brian Buckner wanted.
True Blood Finale: Did Sookie become Warlow's faerie-vampire bride?
From the onset, Alan Ball's successor hoped to get the show back to its roots, which meant streamlining the tangled web of storylines — namely by ditching the wolf pack and...