The Summer TV season is upon us. With new shows like Extant, Rush and Tyrant -- among others -- joining the lineup, and returning series like True Blood, Doctor Who, Under the Dome, Defiance and Graceland lined up, TV has plenty to offer us this summer.
The time has arrived, Amazon Prime users! Today, Amazon's streaming video service has rolled out their first wave of HBO content. That includes six seasons of The Sopranos, three seasons of Deadwood and five seasons of The Wire, among other beloved HBO series, all available streaming on Amazon Prime for your viewing pleasure.
Following up on the previously released teaser clip for the seventh and final season of True Blood, HBO has released a bigger look at Season 7. If the above trailer is any indication, the last season of True Blood will feature a lot of drama, a lot of violence and a lot of bodies. But what else is new?
HBO series are coming to Amazon Prime. This sounds like a pretty big get for Amazon, especially considering HBO hasn't regularly made their series available through streaming video services outside of their own HBO Go. The multiyear deal will not only include a number of popular previously-aired series, but also eventually some of HBO's current series, Girls and The Newsroom included.
You know that uncomfortable moment when your Dad walks into the room while you're watching one of the most awkward sex scenes of HBO's Girls, and uses it as an opportunity to talk to you about your right to speak up because it's "your body"? Ok, maybe that never happens to you, but the scenario sure is funny and HBO's not above using it to promote HBO Go.
The final season of True Blood is nearly upon us and the latest video promoting Season 7 indicates that all hell is breaking loose in Bon Temps. The voice of Anna Paquin narrates the sequence of chaotic scenes in HBO's Season 7 "clip tease," as Sookie explains what's going on.
Spoilers if you're not caught up on True Blood through Season 6! True Blood returns for its final season in June! HBO announced the premiere date for Season 7 along with releasing the above graveyard teaser, which gives us a glimpse at the headstones of some of the dearly departed before bringing us to the series' headstone: 2008-2014.
True Blood has added one more to its cast. 90210's Riley Smith has boarded the HBO vampire drama for its final season, playing a sexy rock 'n roll vampire with an eye for one particular non-vampire character on the series. We'll let you decide if you want that spoiled for you by reading on. And if you're not caught up through Season 6, consider yourself spoiler-warned!
Those who enjoyed the great screen chemistry between True Blood’s Deborah Ann Woll and newcomer Luke Grimes will be disappointed to know Grimes is exiting the series and won’t be a part of the vampire drama’s upcoming seventh and final season. His character James, however, will, as he’s set to be recast.
Lest you forget, HBO has the epic television game on lock. Between looking back at the year that was in 2013 and anticipating what’s to come going forward, the it’s-not-TV network managed to sneak a few surprises and teasers into their year-ending promo video. Turns out there’s plenty to be excited about that’s coming up in 2014, including a first look at season four of Game of Thrones, and new series The Leftovers, True Detective, Looking, Silicon Valley, and even John Oliver’s new one, too.
Horror’s on the rise in television these days, with numerous TV shows giving us a scary alternative to the funny or dramatic fare that TV usually offers. With Halloween just a day away, we thought we’d share our list of the current -- meaning they've aired new episodes at some point this year -- TV shows that scare us the most, whether it be because they tap into our deepest fears, cause our stomachs to turn or simply because they keep us on the edge our seat, holding our breaths and wondering what might happen next, here are our five favorite scary shows.
Prepare to cry bloody tears True Blood fans, the series is coming to an end. But rest assured, there's still one more season to go before that happens. It was announced today that the HBO vampire drama will finish up after the seventh season, which is expected to air next summer.
Members of the True Blood cast popped up at Comic-Con on Saturday. While the sessions was mostly devoted to a Q&A regarding Season 6 and how things have been going, HBO did release one of the network’s “In the coming weeks” teaser trailers. The whole thing is a minute and 43 seconds of constant action, which should be no surprise, considering how True Blood has played out over the last couple of weeks.
True Blood has become a Comic-Con staple over the last few years, always getting a huge crowd out to the panel as well as many, many cosplayers riffing on the show. Once again moderated by Tim Stack of Entertainment Weekly, the stars on the dais include Kristin Bauer van Straten, Anna Camp, Nelsan Ellis, Rob Kazinsky, Ryan Kwanten, Joe Manganiello,, Michael McMillian, Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin, Sam Trammell, Rutina Wesley and Deborah Ann Woll. Thirsty?
There’s good news for the world of vamps, fangbangers, and all manner of oddballs today. HBO has renewed True Blood for a seventh season, which means Eric, Sookie, Bill and the rest of the Scooby gang will be back for more campy humor and a lot more drama. It also means that the show is doing quite well, despite losing showrunner Alan Ball before this season hit the airwaves.