The cable network has announced today in a press release that the upcoming seventh season of the vampire drama will be the last.
The cable network has ordered a seventh season of its long-running vampire drama “True Blood”.
And more casting news have appeared.
- Vanessa Marcil and Tom Arnold have both scored guest parts on CBS’ “Hawaii Five-O”, per TVLine’s Vlada Gelman and TVGuide’s WIlliam Keck. Marcil will appear in a November episode as a therapist Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) suspect of messing with his mind upon her involvement in a murder case. Arnold will guest star in the current season’s ninth episode as the main villain, in a case about a Girl Scout outing that Steve and Danny (Scott Caan) visit.
It seems to be the week of renewals, and everyone wants to get their business in order before the 4th of July.
HBO has announced that it has picked up its vampire drama “True Blood” for a sixth season.
And here, to cap the week of, the news pack with the latest happenings.
- Per TVLine’s Vlada Gelman, “Gilmore Girls” alum Chris Eigeman has joined the cast of Amy Sherman-Palladino’s new ABC Family series “Bunheads”, where he will play Conor, the director of a play that Michelle (Sutton Foster) and Fanny (Kelly Bishop) attend.
HBO has released a few new promo clips from the upcoming season five premiere of “True Blood”, which airs Sunday, June 10, at 9 PM. Take a look, after the jump!
In case you were wondering why you saw pictures of Tina Majorino at last night’s “True Blood” Season Five premiere, here is your answer.
Per TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, Majorino (“Big Love”, “Veronica Mars”) has indeed joined the cast of HBO’s fang-tastic vampire drama next season in a recurring capacity.
June 10 is the date all “True Blood” fans have marked blood-red in their calendars. It’s when the fifth season of HBO’s Southern bloodsuckers drama returns, at 9 PM, to be exact.
But to whet your appetite
for blood for the new episodes, here are two trailers that will make you scream for more.
Welcome to the first edition of “news pack”. This is the place where all the smaller news items will be posted, as well as news that aren’t very recent, but need to be added after all. It’ll be a quick read, with just the facts, not much else.
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