[Image: The fangs are out as the band screamed 'I could corrupt you. It will be easy watching you suffer. Girl, it will please me.' Read more.
We know that the lack of a new True Blood this Sunday was painful, so to help ease your yearning for the final new episode of this season, check out this new "Devour the Final Hour" preview that HBO recently aired: Watch True Blood Season Finale Preview Here (No new episode footage - really just more artful and clippings summing up the season - but fun nonetheless.) Here's the previously released more episode-specific preview: Watch "Beyond Here Lies Nothing" Preview The True Blood season finale airs this coming Sunday, September 13th at 9PM on HBO.
Actress Evan Rachel Wood is reportedly sinking her teeth into a new beau - True Blood co-star Alexander Skarsgard. Read More: Starpulse.com - Evan Rachel Wood Takes A Bite Out Of Alexander Skarsgard?
Vampire Diaries Sneak Peak CLICK HERE The Vampire Diaries is starting and none too soon (with True Blood wrapping up). Vampire Diaries Sneak Peak CLICK HERE
Check out a couple of pictures of Charlaine Harris on the season 2 finale episode of True Blood , "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'." Now if there ever was an appropriate episode for the author of the Sookie Stackhouse books, on which True Blood is based, to guest star it would be the finale! As you can see, she will be visiting Merlotte's and saying hi to Sam. I wonder if it was weird for her to step into the world she created. I'm sure fans will be happy to see her, especially since this is the last episode of season 2, *snif*. And of course don't forget to tune in to the Season 2 finale of True Blood on Sunday September 13, 2009 at 9pm on HBO . You can also check out more pictures from the True Blood season 2 finale here. Source Here
Take a look at Maryann in her effort to lure people for her final goal and author Charlaine Harris making a cameo. Read more.
i thought i would share with you the autumn season highlights of cult shows coming to u.k tv this autumn Autumn Season Highlights As another lousy British summer draws to a close, with rain spewing down everywhere (hopefully not part of another Sontaran plot), there's some solace on the horizon courtesy of plenty of old and new cult shows hitting television screens this autumn. From Sarah Jane's sonic lip gloss to Sylar's demonic brain-munching, Cult Spy gives you a rundown of what to expect before winter takes holdâ¦ Warehouse 13 Hoping to revive the compelling government/extraterrestrial conspiracies that transfixed legions of X-Files fans in its heyday, this slightly tongue-in-cheek drama following two Secret Service agents debuts on the Sci Fi Channel on September 8. The Warehouse 13 is a top secret storage facility, not too dissimilar to the famed Area 51, where the two agents (played by Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly) uncover various supernatural artefacts and creepy relics collected by the US government â and search to uncover the truth. But is it out there? Merlin Despite dodgy beginnings, the BBC's lavish production of the young wizard's early days notably improved during its debut year and hopes are high for less formulaic adventures this time around. All of the regular cast are returning to Camelot, but as before, the fun is to be had through 'guest star of the week' turns by a number of notable British thesps (and Will Mellor last year). Mackenzie Crook will play the creepy Cedric, Sarah Parish takes on the guise of a troll, Adrian Lester is the devious Myror and Charles Dance waltzes round as a sinister Witchfinder in future episodes. Fingers crossed that the mesmerising Katie McGrath is given more screen time as Morgana this year. We'll find out later this month. FlashForward The omens are good for this non-linear series billed as the new Lost. Five has already fast-tracked it for screening in late September barely a week after its Stateside debut. Then again, this is the broadcaster that commissioned Keith Chegwin's Naked Jungle. The premise of the show, created by Batman Begins writer David Goyer, revolves around a 17-second global blackout in which everyone experiences visions of their own future six months ahead â which are often startling. Can the future be changed? Packed full of twists, the focus is on the lives of Joseph Fiennes's FBI Agent Mark Benford and his surgeon wife Olivia â played by Sonya Walger, who is best known as Penelope Widmore from Lost. The Sarah Jane Adventures Bannerman Road is sure to be an exciting place for the third season of the Doctor Who spinoff, with K-9 lined up to play a semi-regular role and The Doctor himself turning up for Sarah Jane's wedding. Yet that pales into insignificance compared to the arrival of stiff-upper-lipped charmer Nigel Havers! There are plenty of returning baddies to contend with too, such as The Trickster, the Judoon and the Slitheen. Sadly, the series still hasn't been given an ideal Sunday teatime slot so that families can watch together, as its expected to air in its usual CBBC weekday place in mid-October. True Blood Already with a sizeable cult following courtesy of internet downloads and its current showing on UK's FX channel, this superb vampire drama (a cross between Twilight and Twin Peaks) arrives on Channel 4 in October. Prepare yourselves for plenty of bloodsucking action, bizarre exorcisms, murder mysteries, shapeshifting and tangled romances. True Blood is set in a world where vampires are campaigning to be a part of mainstream society, with a synthetic blood substitute on the market to satisfy their cravings. But prejudices run rife in the show's backward town. Dollhouse Now that the network interference that blighted the first season of Joss Whedon's show is out of the way, hopes are high that the Buffy maestro's true, undiluted vision can come to the fore. The narrative will follow on from the stunning first season finale, which saw Eliza Dushku's Echo captured by the devious fallen 'doll' Alpha. An impressive range of appearances from familiar faces are on the slate, including Jamie 'Apollo' Bamber, Michael 'Tigh' Hogan, Alexis Denisof from Angel and Summer Glau from Firefly/The Sarah Connor Chronicles, who is in a regular role. A double bill premiere commences the 13-episode season in the UK on October 20 on the Sci Fi Channel. Doctor Who: The Waters Of Mars The Cloister Bell is tolling for the Tenth Doctor, but ahead of his climactic Christmas Day battle with The Master, there's a chilling adventure on Mars to contend with. Veteran actress Lindsay Duncan will function as The Doctor's makeshift companion on a base that is under siege by several scary-looking humans possessed by some kind of water-borne evil. Fans of classic Who will surely be hoping for a shock appearance by the Ice Warriors who hail from Mars. This special is expected to air in November, with the 'Next Time' trailer sure to set tongues waggingâ¦ Heroes It's make or break time for Tim Kring's superhero series, which has veered between the sublime and the ridiculous since its phenomenally successful first season. The aptly titled fourth volume 'Redemption' features an array of new faces, most notably Prison Break's T Bag, actor Robert Knepper as the villainous Samuel. Let's face it, Knepper was hardly going to play a good guy! Ghostbusters legend Ernie 'Winston Zeddemore' Hudson features as a detective, Darth Maul actor Ray Park plays a key part in the new story arc, while Rick Worthy will portray Matt Parkman's new copper partner and Madeline Zima is Claire's new roommate. However, given the ending of the third season, all eyes will be focused on whether Sylar will break free from Matt's spell of making him believe that he is the recently slain Nathan Petrelli. 'Redemption' is tentatively scheduled to air on the BBC in November.
Check out the awesome first pictures of True Blood Season 2 Finale
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