And only because I know some people who gawk at the idea of Anna Paquin naked. "Ohmeegosh, she's gone more nakeder than I thought!" Well, maybe for some it is the selling point of True Blood --it's a minority, but I can't blame them--so of course that question would be posed to Sookie herself. "I feel fine [about the nude scenes]," she told AOL TV. "Although the way that people ask me about it all the time, I feel like maybe I should feel uptight about it. But I really don't ... I wouldn't do it if it was too much. Everyone's very respectful of the boundaries of whichever actor is doing stuff like that on the set. So, it's not cameras being thrown anywhere and anything can happen, you know? It's quite choreographed." The clarification? "Other things happen in the plot, you know what I mean?" she said. "There's actual plot. But yes, it's a sexy vampire show and yes, there's more getting it on, so to speak." All right, Sookie. What about you, then? She's soon headed to Dallas, after all, after that monster and that deal that we saw last week. "It's a big city and ... there are more open vampires, or outed vampires," she said. "I guess the analogy is if you live in a small town, there may be a gay bar, where as if you live in a big city there could be a whole bunch of them. I think that's one of the obvious parallels that gets drawn with our show, that people's chosen lifestyles and whatever are more accepted in bigger cities." One final question, although I'm obviously shaking this thing up: what about the Twilight comparisons? "Just because two things happen to end up being released around the same time, it's not like we all got together beforehand and had a chat about how we're going to make sure vampires had a comeback," she said. "But from the way people ask about it, you'd think that we'd all had sort of a sit-down. But it's coincidence, really." Okay, so I never saw it that way. Source Here
Who needs the beach and fireworks to celebrate Independence Day when there are endless hours of television to be had? Check out our roundup of the weekend's marathon programming (all times are ET): * A&E CSI: Miami Saturday, July 4: 5 - 9 pm Tattoo Highway Sunday, July 5: 1 - 4 pm * Animal Planet Dogs 101 Saturday, July 4: 2 pm - 12 am Sunday * Comedy Central Comedy Central Presents Friday, July 3: 8 am - 4 am Saturday Saturday, July 4: 7 am - 4 am Sunday Sunday, July 5: 7 am - 4 am Monday * Discovery Channel Deadliest Catch Friday, July 3: 9 am - 3 am Saturday Saturday, July 4: 9 am - 3am Sunday Sunday, July 5: 9 am - 3am Monday * Hallmark M*A*S*H Friday, July 3: 8 am - 7 pm * HBO 2 True Blood Sunday, July 5: 8 - 11 pm * History The Revolution Parts 1-10 Saturday, July 4: 8 am - 6 pm * Lifetime Movie Marathon Saturday, July 4: 11 am - 11 pm Sunday, July 5: 11 am - 9 pm * SciFi The Twilight Zone Friday, July 3: 8 am - 6 am Saturday Saturday, July 4: 9 am - 6 am Sunday * TLC Cake Boss Friday, July 3: 10 am - 1:30 pm The Little Couple Friday, July 3: 2 pm - 7 pm What Not to Wear Friday, July 3: 7 pm - 11 pm * USA Network Burn Notice Thursday, July 2: 6 am - 10 pm Source Here
Some recent ratings highlights: * HBO 's True Blood on Sunday hit a new all-time high, drawing 3.7 million total viewers. Lead-out Hung , in turn, enjoyed a premiere audience of 2.8 mil, making it the pay channel's most-watched series debut in two years (since John from Cincinnati). * America's Got Talent was Tuesday's most-watched program with 12.9 million viewers, a 14 percent increase from its season opener. * ABC's The Superstars scored 4 mil in its second week, dipping 340K. Lead-out Better Off Ted slipped to 1.78 mil. * During Tuesday's 10 o'clock hour, CBS' 48 Hours Mystery special about the death of Michael Jackson was No. 1 with 8.15 mil. Source Here
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Some recent ratings highlights: * Jon & Kate plus 8 their big announcement on Monday drew a whopping audience of 10.6 million total viewers - setting a new all-time high for not only the hiatus-bound series but for TLC as a whole. Week-to-week, the series enjoyed a 365 percent gain. * I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! delivered its smallest Monday audience to date, just 4.3 mil. It all ends Wednesday! * The Season 2 launch of The Secret Life of The American Teenager spoke to 4.7 million viewers, making it the ABC Family series' most-watched episode to date. Make It or Break It held onto 2.5 mil of that audience. Next time, use more chalk powder? * On Sunday, HBO 's True Blood bit into 3.4 million viewers, a drop of just 300K from the season premiere. * On Saturday, NBC's Kings courted 1.94 mil (up 22 percent), CBS' Harper's Island gained 600K to hit 3.78 mil, and ABC's Eli Stone returned to an audience of 2.5 mil. Source Here
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The fangs are out, Jessica is no longer a good girl. In the preview of " True Blood " June 28 episode, the new vampire is so bored that she decides to hang out at Merlotte's where she meets Hoyt Fortenberry and puts him under her spell. Also, Sam is telling Tara to look at Maryann deeper and to stay away from the mysterious 'social worker'. After snapping at Tara and new employee Daphne, Sam decides to cut and run. Meanwhile, at another Maryann-hosted party, Tara finds her attraction to Eggs interrupted by a swirling, aphrodisiac fog. When Sookie is attacked by a mysterious creature, Bill must enlist Eric's help to save her. At the Light of Day retreat, Jason has second thoughts about the sect's anti-vampire agenda, but Sarah and Steve counter his doubts with flattery and promises. The episode is titled "Scratches" and Stephen Moyer aka Vampire Bill has something to say about it. Asked about how the season has been going on, he said "I think that our first two episodes are very much about setting up new ideas for the season, and Episode 3 is when it really starts to show something completely new. I've only seen up until Episode 3, but I was blown away by it." Watch the Preview