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.
We’ve put together what we confidently feel to be the definitive look at the past seven seasons of True Blood. We’ve taken a look at all of the pros and cons of each of these seasons and have put together a list of all the reasons True Blood could have been cancelled, and when. If you’ve ever had an opinion on when or if True Blood should have been cancelled, this is the article for you.
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.
Believe it or not, there are just three episodes remaining in the final season of True Blood. There are a few characters who seem to be in mortal danger, and by the preview for "Almost Home," we can add two more to the list. Vengeance is on the horizon for one vampire who doesn't take too kindly to betrayal!
Following another big death on True Blood, we're forced to face the reality that anyone can die on this series in its final season. Will we see another major character death on the HBO drama next Sunday night when "Death is Not the End" airs? Well, there are certainly plenty who are in harm's way, Arlene included.
More drama awaits Bon Temps. Vampires are sick. Humans are in danger. And as is often the case, Sookie is caught somewhere in the middle. The preview for this Sunday night's "Fire in the Hole" hints that something may be wrong with Lafayette. And there's a new sheriff in town! Or mayor, technically.
True Blood is always ridiculous. I’m not sure there’s ever been a single episode of that show that hasn’t had at least one WTF moment. The show basically runs on WTF moments, but even given that consistent shock appeal, most fans still did a double take this week when Jason Stackhouse found himself in a gay sex scene with Eric Northman.
The numbers are in for Sunday night's Season 7 premiere of True Blood, and it looks like the final season's premiere has come out ahead of the Season 6 premiere, at least when factoring in the gross audience for Sunday night's episode, "Jesus Gonna Be Here."
Spoilers if you haven't watched the Season 7 premiere of True Blood! The final season of True Blood has begun and it already has a body count! Heed the spoiler warning, as we're about to talk specifics about tonight's Season 7 premiere of True Blood and what the preview for "In the Weeks Ahead" has revealed!
Now, as the countdown for the new season of True Blood is getting closer to showtime, HBO is attempting to garner a little more interest through seven—yes seven—brand new videos highlighting Season 7. Can you feel the excitement? Let’s take a look at what we know leading into Season 7 and what HBO is teasing with these last minute promos.
As Game of Thrones heads toward its final two episodes, HBO continues to ramp up the hype for the final season of True Blood, which takes over Sunday night later this month. The latest trailer for Season 7 of True Blood shows a celebration of life... and the inevitable assault on said celebration because it's Bon Temps and no one smiles there for long.
Following up on the recently released poster for the seventh and final season of True Blood, HBO has released some details about the first two episodes of the season, including the major threat that's headed for Bon Temps. Spoilers ahead!
Wait, is Sookie a vampire? As we head into the last season of True Blood, it's hard not to look at the new poster for Season 7 and wonder if this profile shot of Sookie Stackhouse crying a tear of blood is really just an artistic way to show her sadness, as a bloody tear would stand out much more than a regular one, and blood has always been a theme for this series.