If you’re jonesing for the fourth season of True Blood we have a treat for you. HBO has released eight clips from the upcoming season. Here you go, we won’t bother you for awhile. (Oh, and “your blood tastes like freedom, Sookie”):
Go here to view them, no way for me to post them now but they are good scenes of Jess and Hoyt, Eric and Sookie, Jesus and Lala, Sam and that noob, lol.
Question: May I have a True Blood spoiler regarding Bill? —Bonnie
Ausiello: There’s a fairly momentous Bill-related development in Sunday’s season premiere that will reverberate throughout the season. Can’t really say more than that.
Celebuzz has more after party pics from last night. I thought it was a drink in Alan's hand but it's French Fries.
Eonline's Ted Casablanca has some vids up, you can watch them all at the link but here is Stephen's.
We'll be spilling our guts starting Sunday on all things Blood-y in True Blood Truth! our new weekly dish on the latest episodes!
Only because we are obsessed, like we've been glamoured by vampires obsessed.
We're hoping this season brings on more of the politics surrounding the poor misunderstood vamps (some of whom want to wipe out humans, but that's cool, I guess), as well as the usual gore and sex that we know and love.
And Eric and Sookie love scenes. We want that, too.
Luckily, Steve's already confirmed that his wife's been sucking face with Skars for the show, so no worries, children, dirty deeds are in the True Blood works.
Until then, we've been slobbering over the oh-so-sexy cast at the premiere last night. Seriously, we've seen pretty much all of them naked and/or covered in blood, but we do appreciate how hot they look all spruced up.
'True Blood' Tot Decapitates Barbie Dolls; Bong-Smoking Dog: TV
San Francisco Chronicle
June 22 (Bloomberg) -- Louis Pasteur was a vampire. That much I can reveal about new episodes of HBO's "True Blood" without ruining the surprises that might bring this stylish, bloody soap opera back to form after a scattershot season.
The story picks up where last year's cliffhanger left off. Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), the Louisiana waitress with fairy blood in her veins, returns from a journey to the light side, where kindred spirits munch on glowing, ecstasy-producing fruit like so many blissed-out junkies.
Vampires Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer, his Southern accent shakier than ever) and Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) are part of a new vampire hierarchy after the overthrow of ruthless undead king Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare, who stole Season Three but remains entombed offscreen in the three new episodes available for review.)
Sookie's brother Jason (Ryan Kwanten) is still mixed up with those inbred panther people, and shape-shifter Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) has bonded with some fellow travelers, including a potential new love interest named Luna (Janina Gavankar) who spends time as a horse.
Silly? Of course. "True Blood" revels in it, sometimes gloriously. Just wait for that bad-seed baby who decapitates Barbie dolls.
The series, created by Alan Ball ("Six Feet Under") and based (loosely, in these latter seasons) on Charlaine Harris's best-selling novels, is infused with such visual panache and literary verve that even its weaker plot lines do minimal damage.
This year's most promising storyline boasts the best addition to the cast. Irish actress Fiona Shaw plays the spooky leader of a ramshackle Wiccan coven that attracts Lafayette Reynolds (series treasure Nelsan Ellis) and his boyfriend Jesus Velasquez (Kevin Alejandro). Natural enemies of the vampires, these witches don't know their own strength, but they learn fast.
Mike The Fan Boy has some good pics and videos from last night and what he experienced up at his site.