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No, this isn't some kind of spoiler to the fate of Mehcad Brooks' on True Blood but it does make you wonder if Eggs isn't sticking around for season 3, especially if you've read my article earlier this week. Brooks, who has also appeared on the popular TV drama Desperate Housewives as Matthew Applewhite, is set to return to ABC as part of the cast of the network's midseason drama, The Deep End . This dramatic comedy follows four young new lawyers with different backgrounds who enter one of the most prestigious law firms in Los Angeles, Sterling Law. If you've never heard about The Deep End, I don't really blame you. The show, which mixes personal and professional lives with sex, greed, romance, hasn't garnered much buzz ever since word got out that it's going to be part of the network's fall midseason slate. And while the show isn't dreadful, it did earn mixed early reviews. Who knows, maybe the addition of Brooks will make it better. The True Blood actor, who serves as Tara's love interest for True Blood's second season and Maryann's possessed accomplice, will be playing an associate at the high-end Los Angeles law firm where the show is set, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Brooks joins the previously announced cast, consisting of Matt Long as Dylan Hewitt, Ben Lawson as Liam Priory, Tina Majorino as Addy Fisher, Norbert Leo Butz as Rowdy Kaiser, Leah Pipes as Beth Bancroft, Billy Zane as Cliff Huddle, Clancy Brown as Hart Sterling, and Rachelle Lefevre as Katie Campbell. So the question remains: what does this mean for Benedict "Eggs" Talley on True Blood? Do you really think that Eggs has a place on the show next season? Fans will have to find out when True Blood concludes its second season on September 13. Source Here
The woman behind smash-hit TV series True Blood insists the world is obsessed with vampires because they never die, age or feel frail. Charlaine Harris, who penned the book that inspired TV writer Alan Ball to create a new vampire drama, is convinced people no longer look at the undead bloodsuckers as monsters - but would rather like to be one. Read More: Starpulse.com - What's With The Vampire Obsession? 'True Blood' Writer Explains
In less than two weeks, True Blood will wrap up its second season, possibly leaving us with yet another cliffhanging mystery arc for season 3. But before we even go there, we first need to solve Bon Temps' main problem: Maenad Maryann! Based on Queen Sophie-Ann's revelation last week, maenads are stupid supernatural beings hoping to find the perfect vessel which will summon their God so that they can be ravished and devoured, literally. And the only way to beat Maryann is to attack her when she's in her "frenzied" mode. Obviously, taking down Maryann won't be easy. And if you've seen HBO's preview of True Blood's second season finale, you'd know that someone's life is on the line. Warning: Possible spoilers ahead!!!
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Bill seeks out the advice of Sophie-Anne, the Vampire Queen of Louisiana, but must exercise patience before she gives him critical information. Meanwhile, Sookie and Lafayette find that protecting Tara from herself is more difficult than they anticipated; a desperate Sam turns to an unlikely source for assistance; and Jessica tests Hoyt's allegiance to Maxine. Watch & Discuss: Watch True Blood Season 2, Episode 11: 'Frenzy' Read True Blood Review's Season 2, Episode 11: 'Frenzy'
Check out a preview of the season 2 finale of True Blood titled "Beyond Here Lies Nothin" Season 2 Episode 12 airing in two weeks Sunday September 13 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on HBO . Episode Synopsis: Bon Temps reaches a fever pitch as Maryann prepares for her ultimate bestial sacrifice, conscripting Sookie to be Maid of Honor at the bloody nuptials. Meanwhile, Sophie-Anne warns Eric to keep the lid on Bill's inquisitiveness; Jason leads Andy into the heroic abyss; and Hoyt struggles with Maxine's endless stream of insults. Deliberating on what may be his final move to save Sookie and the town, Sam places his trust, and his life, in a most unlikely ally. To Watch The Preview Click Here . If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now Source Here
Bon Temps reaches a fever pitch as Maryann prepares for her ultimate bestial sacrifice, conscripting Sookie to be Maid of Honor at the bloody nuptials. Meanwhile, Sophie-Anne warns Eric to keep the lid on Bill's inquisitiveness; Jason leads Andy into the heroic abyss; and Hoyt struggles with Maxine's endless stream of insults. Deliberating on what may be his final move to save Sookie and the town, Sam places his trust, and his life, in a most unlikely ally. Watch the preview here!
'How many times have you put yourself in danger for the man you love? How come you get that option and I don't?' worried sick Tara confronts Sookie. Read more.
There are good and bad ways to look back. Comparing one's self to Michael Jackson: bad. Taking a thoughtful look at one of the most influential Americans: good. Cheeky references to classic horror movies: we don't know, but a lot of fun. Welcome to our Top Moments, nostalgic edition. 6. Worst Crash: While Rescue Me 's Tommy and family revel in their drunkenness at the bar, the consequences of their choices strike like a semi when a semi really does hit. Sure, we saw Ellie's car crash (and presumed death) coming as soon as she left the bar, but the scene was still powerful and uncomfortable to watch. 5. Most Misplaced Anger: Top Chef : Las Vegas' Ashley seethes at having to cater a bachelor and bachelorette party, because she herself is a lesbian who cannot legally marry. Noting that she's expected this challenge (we hope so, since Top Chef has had wedding challenges in seasons past), Ashley says it isn't fair to her and the other gay contestants. Fellow lesbian Preeti, who's been with her partner for 13 years, says she understands Ashley's anger, but isn't bothered by the challenge. 4. Best Homage: Once True Blood 's Jason realizes Bon Temps has been seized by party zombies, he declares the upcoming faceoff, "the war I've been training for." He suits up for it with a chainsaw. (Someone's seen the Evil Dead movies.) It's just too bad not a single one of the revelers even flinches. 3. Worst Song: Can you guess which 2009 Miss Universe guest performer dressed like an '80s figure skater while lip-syncing poorly and dancing a beat ahead of her on-point backup dancers, and later failed to correct her husband when he compared her to Michael Jackson? We're pretty sure the reality-villain couple in question only does this kind of stuff to get their names out there - and we hope not using those names will discourage their silliness. 2. Best Song: Mad Men 's Peggy, baffled by men's fascination with the girlish pop stylings of Ann-Margret, attempts a rendition of her "Bye Bye Birdie" in her bedroom mirror. It's awkward and a little sad to watch Peggy pretend to be a singing star - but at the same time, Peggy's not bad. 1. Best Look Back: At the top of CBS' Ted Kennedy: The Last Brother, Katie Couric offers a moving summation of his life, and what his death means for the country. "Tonight the nation marks the end of an era in American politics, and the end of an unprecedented family dynasty... He grew up in a family of enormous wealth, but he also championed the causes of ordinary Americans, earning him the title 'Lion of the Senate.'" The show that follows offers a thoughtful and fair look at his life, in his good times and worst moments. Source Here