Call it animal magnetism. The much buzzed-about True Blood panther finally prowls into Bon Temps - and heads right for Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) on Sunday (9/8c, HBO). As if the wannabe cop doesn't have enough to worry about trying to protect sis Sookie (Anna Paquin) and bounce back from a spat with new love Crystal (Lindsay Pulsipher). "He's dealing with his little simple life thrown upside down," Kwanten says. There are complications Jason can't even imagine when Crystal defies her father, Calvin (Gregory Sporleder), and makes a major choice that will affect her and Jason's future. "There are a lot of things working against that relationship," says executive producer Alan Ball. But before the couple has a chance to reunite, Jason meets the panther. "It's just as vicious, if not more vicious, than a werewolf," says Kwanten. When man and beast go toe-to-paw, will the claws come out - or will they hiss and make up? Source Here
Familiarity can breed discontent. The vampires on 'True Blood' live for a long time, and so they've had a lot of arguments with each other. And over a thousand-year-period, it's easy to see how simple fighting could ratchet up -- into something much worse. Like the desire to commit murder, for instance. [Spoiler alert.] Russell and Eric are having a bit of a feud. It seems that Russell (Denis O'Hare) slaughtered Eric's family a thousand years ago. Well, we can understand how someone could still be angry about that. As revenge, Eric (Alexander SkarsgÃ¥rd) killed Russell's gay lover. So now they're both pretty upset. On the latest episode (Sun., 9PM ET on HBO). Russell is still mourning his lover. (And he's carrying around his dead boyfriend's bloody remains inside a glass container -- gross.) Then, the vampire Authority shows up. They want Russell out of the picture -- permanently. Eric is more than happy to go along with this request. So it seems like this ancient feud may be coming to a decisive end. Source & Video
Though this season of True Blood still has three episodes to go, I've already got scoopage on the next one: Long story short, it might as well be titled Season of the Witch! Series creator Alan Ball reveals that he'll be introducing Hallow Stonebrook, the were-sorceress from Charlaine Harris fourth Sookie novel, Dead to the World. Preferring to refer to the character as a necromancer, the boss man says she's actually a medium. She communicates with the dead, and she's interested in developing further powers.ÃÂ In the book, Hallow casts a spell on Eric, so um, not sure what more desirable power there can be. Anyway, she's described as a tall, trim brunette - or, to me, Juliet Landau, Buffy's nutso Drusilla. But who do you see in the role? Below's your casting couch. Have fun! (Additional reporting by Tim Stack) Source Here
The idea of celibate vampires is ridiculous, True Blood creator Alan Ball says. "To me, vampires are sex," he says. "I don't get a vampire story about abstinence. I'm 53. I don't care about high school students. I find them irritating and uninformed." On his show, every available orifice is used for intercourse: gay, straight, between humans and supernatural beings, and supernatural being on supernatural being, whether he be werewolf, dog or an enormous Minotaur-looking being called a maenad. To Read More Click Here .
Watch out a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of TRUE BLOOD I Smell a Rat Season 3 Episode 10 which airs this Sunday August 22, 2010 at 9pm on HBO. Episode Synopsis: A reluctant Bill warns Sookie about the dangers she will face. Jesus (Kevin Alejandro) is intrigued by the mysterious qualities of V. Sam's recent fit of rage triggers dark memories. Eric takes precautions and fulfills a wish; Arlene turns to Holly (Lauren Bowles) for help with a pressing problem; Jason deals with the unexpected, both with Tara and Crystal; Jessica is torn between Tommy and Hoyt. After communing with Talbot (Theo Alexander), Russell promises to extract vengeance on his enemies. Written by Kate Barnow & Elisabeth R. Finch; directed by Michael Lehmann. Source & Preview
Time for your weekly dose of True Blood news! Get the scoop on which celebrities are dying to guest on True Blood and how Sam Trammell is inspiring pizza delivery boys across the country. Check out the all new TruebieTV News and share your comments on our new video blog: TruebieTV News - 8/13/10 Don't miss an all new True Blood Sunday, August 15th on HBO !
True Blood went out with a bang last week thanks to Eric taking his revenge and killing Talbot while Bill and Sookie got back together after breaking up for almost one entire episode. This week we get the fall out as Bill and Sookie reconnect, Eric prepares for the blowback of his actions and Sam's little brother gets a little randy. First, here's the official HBO description: To Read More Click Here .
On Season 3 of the hit HBO television series True Blood, actor Denis O'Hare plays Russell Edgington, the flamboyant and deadly vampire king of Mississippi. As one of the oldest and most commanding vampires on the continent, the King is both terrifying and dangerous, with little regard for others, unless they benefit him, in some way. After the shocking events of the last episode, Episode 9, 'Everything is Broken,'Â sees a grief-stricken Russell vow revenge against his foes, vampire and human. His actions will make him a very different character, for the remainder of Season 3. In a recent interview, Denis O'Hare spoke exclusively to Collider about how he was offered this role on the series without having to audition, developing the look and sound of the character, working with this incredibly talented cast and getting used to talking with fangs. To Read More Click here .
While appearing on "Lopez Tonight", Anna Paquin shared a "True Blood" clip from the upcoming episode airing this Sunday, August 15. The scene involved her character Sookie and real-life boyfriend Stephen Moyer's Bill talking about why the Queen of Louisiana and Russell want to capture her. This would be the few moments before Bill tells Sookie that he knows something about her. Called "Everything Is Broken", the episode also covers Nan Flanagan's detours to Fangtasia to confront Eric about the Magister's disappearance. A grief-stricken Russell vows revenge against his foes, vampire and human. Jason gets unexpected help as he goes up against Felton and Calvin. Sam is distressed by Tommy's attitude; Tara encounters a new ally and an old tormentor; Hadley introduces Sookie to a new family member; Arlene despairs about her future; Hoyt confronts his true feelings. To Read More Click Here .
This week on TruebieTV , Kendra (filling in for your regular Truebie, Alex) recaps and discusses the latest thrilling episode of True Blood , "Night on the Sun." Check out our new TruebieTV ep then comment below with your reactions to the crazy new True Blood developments from Eric nudity to Sookie's girlfight skills! TruebieTV: Season 3, Episode 8, "Night on the Sun" Recap