The news over the past few weeks has been filled with break-ups, pregnancies and Robert Pattinson, but if there's one thing we've been missing it's updates on season four of "True Blood." This season is shaping up to be the best one yet, and we've already learned about plenty of new faces headed to Bon Temps. Deadline has learned that there's another new character entering the "True Blood" universe: former Miss Columbia, Paola Turbay, has joined the cast as a fluent Spanish-speaker named Antonia. There's not too much announced about her character, but since we've read the fourth book in Charlaine Harris's Southern Vampire Mysteries series, "Dead to the World," we have an inkling how she'll fit into the show. Be warned, spoilers lie ahead! Read More... http://hollywoodcrush.mtv.com/2011/01/11/true-blood-season-four-casting-paola-turbay/
With months to go until True Blood returns to HBO, more and more tidbits are spilling out about season four. We already know that YouTube videos will actually be featured prominently on the series going forward, while Stephen Moyer has now teased a new presence in Bon Temps. He tells E! News: Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2011/01/stephen-moyer-teases-darkness-ahead-on-true-blood/
A major season four storyline on True Blood has been revealed: According to E! News, an underground filmmaker will post vampire attacks on YouTube for the world to see, thereby negatively affecting the ongoing relationship and negotiations between bloodsuckers and humans. Among other developments fans can expect: Russell Edgington will return at some point. Pam will get involved with a new boyfriend/piece of prey. Tommy will receive an intriguing offer from a prospector. A female, Hispanic badass will recur on at least four episodes. Source Here
It was a great year for TV, which made it very difficult to choose the top 25 episodes of 2010. Recalling and, in some cases, rewatching the stand-out moments was a holiday treat. We got our first glimpse of a bespectacled Clark Kent and saw Snooki pummel Angelina. We wept as Jack Shephard took his final breath and cheered as Leslie took down a mischievous rodent wreaking havoc in Pawnee. Here's the third batch of TVGuide.com's weeklong countdown of the year's best episodes. (Catch up first with Episodes 25-21 and Episodes 20-16.) 15. "The Big Show," Work of Art: The Next Great Artist On paper, it seemed like a joke. Could artists — painters, photographers and performance artists — compete in a reality TV art-off? Working under the pressure of a ticking clock? In different mediums? Teamed with other temperamental artistes? Somehow it worked: big characters, big talent, and challenges you've never seen. The finale pitted the bold, soulful work of Abdi against the uber-abstract imagery of Miles and Peregrine's whimsical carnival — and left us wondering whether a second season could recreate the magic. 14. "The Return," The Vampire Diaries Nothing says season premiere like smothering someone with a pillow! Katherine returned to Mystic Falls with a message: "Game on." Katherine's first move: She transforms Caroline from whiny prom queen into a kick-ass vampire. To Read More Click Here.
Even more new characters for True Blood! Yes, it’s true: In Treatment‘s Dane DeHaan has been cast as Timbo, a teen resident of Hotshot. Recall that Hotshot is HQ for the werepanthers, so I’m guessing DeHaan will be panther-ing it up. Rebecca Wisocky has also been cast as Queen Mab, according to Deadline. DeHaan kicked ass as Jesse on In Treatment this season, so I’m thrilled to see him get another high-profile gig. Jesse was a moody, unpredictable gay teenager trying to find his place in the world, especially in the context of being adopted and not always meshing with his parents. It was a demanding part, especially because Jesse was often annoying and mean and myopic — you know, a teenager. To Read More Click Here.
True Blood casting! Three new ladies are joining the cast of everyone’s favorite summertime vamp soap: HBO confirms that Janina Gavankar will be a regular on the show come 2011, and Alexandra Breckenridge and Vedette Lim will be recurring; Jessica Tuck, who plays the head vampire spokeswoman, has been bumped up to a regular, too. Gavankar, who will always be Shiva from The League to me, is going to play a teacher/shape-shifter, I guess to keep Sam company. Breckenridge, who was great as the pouty Willa on Dirt (why am I the only one who loved that show?), will be a Wiccan, and Lim will a cage fighter, according to Deadline. Is cage fighter now a mythical being? No one tell Ryan from The O.C. . To Read More Click Here.
Last week, EW exclusively revealed the cover of the forthcoming True Blood graphic novel, True Blood, Vol. 1: All Together Now, and now we’ve got the reveal of the pair of covers—there are options for we ravenous consumers!—that will grace the second volume of the series, which has yet to be officially titled. The plot of the second edition (which is a compilation of six forthcoming issues of the True Blood comics series) will revolve around, of course, main character Sookie Stackhouse, whose world is turned upside down when contaminated bottles of Tru Blood cause the Southern Vampire population to go berserk. That, as you might guess, just amps up the always simmering human-vampire tension in Bon Temps. To Read More Click here.
True Blood has cast Dexter alum Courtney Ford as a recurring guest for Season 4, a show rep tells TVGuide.com. Ford — who played Trinity's daughter (and Quinn's ladyfriend) Christine last season on Dexter — will play Andy's sister Portia Bellefleur, who is an attorney. The actress also recently appeared on episodes of The Vampire Diaries and NCIS. The casting news, first reported by Deadline.com, comes on the heels of the announcement that Harry Potter actress Fiona Shaw has joined the cast as a timid shopkeeper who comes under the spell of a powerful witch. What do you think about Ford playing a Bellefleur? Source Here
Here it is, True Blood fans! EW is proud to exclusively reveal the cover to the new graphic novel True Blood, Vol. 1: All Together Now , which is the hardcover compilation of all six issues from the first comic book series set around HBO’s buzzy hit. It seems to be about what you’d expect from such a thing, right? You can’t really go wrong with Sookie, Bill, and Eric—even if they are in graphic form. To Read More Click Here.
How apropos: It’s six days before Halloween, and I just so happen to have gotten the first casting intel on season 4 of True Blood. Wanna know who — and, in some cases, what — is in store? Read on! * Marnie is a Z-list palm reader who’s painfully aware of what a joke she is — that is, until she comes to be possessed by the spirit of a real witch. Anybody else thinking said sorceress might turn out to be the Hallow character Alan Ball told me about back in August? * Andy’s sister, Portia, is as easy on the eyes as she is sharp in the courtroom. And, since I hear possible portrayers have to be cool with nude scenes, we’re gonna get an eyeful. To Read More Click Here.