True Blood returns for its seventh and final season Sunday (9/8c, HBO) and picks up just moments after most of the townspeople of Bon Temps gathered in support of the "One Vampire-One Human" movement that paired people up in exchange for clean blood and protection. But a horde of Hep-V-infected vamps were about to close in and surely cause chaos in the little backwoods parish. Sadly, you shouldn't expect everyone to survive the inevitable clash. It is the final season, after all!
So, what's in store for Sookie & Co. before the HBO fantasy drama meets its true death? TVGuide.com offers up this quick refresher on where we left off and a juicy tease about what to expect in the final season:
Is Bon Temps turning on Sookie?
HBO premiered the first full trailer for True Blood's upcoming seventh and final season Saturday, and the Hep-V vampires are causing chaos in the community.
Taylor Swift has joined the cast of The Giver, Entertainment Weeklyreports.
The adaptation of the Lois Lowry novel stars Brenton Thwaites as Jonas andJeff Bridges as The Giver, the old man who teaches Jonas to absorb memories of every type of experience, even the most painful ones. Swift will play
Kate Bosworth married boyfriend Michael Polish in an intimate ceremony on Saturday, Us Weekly reports.
Bosworth, 30, and Polish, 42, wed at The Ranch in Rock Creek, located in Phillipsburg, Mont. Bosworth, wearing a strapless gown and her hair pulled back, arrived via a stage coach which was pulled by two horses.
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