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True Blood wrapped up its final season tonight. "Thank You" closed out the series with an ending that was strangely comprised mostly of ending, with a bit of set-up to push us toward the series' true death. Sure, there was blood and there were explosions and even a few moments to smile at. Most of all, there was a proper wrap-up to the story.
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True Blood is ending. We've known that all season, but Sunday night the HBO drama will air its last episode, titled "Thank you." Gratitude appears to be on the menu with this final installment, which prompts me to express some of my own before True Blood takes its final breath and makes its grand exit, after which it will inevitably find a place in pop culture history.
It’s hard for fans not to be thinking of True Blood this week, as we are all too aware of the fact that on Sunday night HBO will be airing the final episode of the series. Not just the final episode of the season, the final episode ever. While the show may be ending, the ratings have been doing quite well for the subscription cable network, prompting us to wonder why HBO is canceling one of its best performers.
One of the characters that has been brought back is Hoyt, Jason’s former best pal and Jessica’s former lover. Actor Jim Parrack, who plays Hoyt, has only been back for a few weeks, but he recently dished about his love for trying blood in real life. I guess all of that vampy behavior on set really does have an affect on some people.
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