True Blood stars Kristin Bauer and Lauren Bowles talk about their characters and preparing for the final season.
Rumored Batman candidate Joe Manganiello wants to deconstruct the genre, saying, “There’s so many superhero projects out there that it’s almost like they’re becoming normal, so I want to do one that just flips it on its head and makes it crazy.”
For its “Fan Favorites” panel at Comic-Con International, TV Guide brought together stars from the most popular, and most anticipated, series on television, from Clark Gregg and Tyler Hoechlin to Emily Bett Rickards and Danai Gurira.
The cast of HBO’s True Blood entertained fans at Comic-Con International with a sneak peek at this season’s remaining episodes, and a discussion of where their characters stand.
As you might be able to tell by the brighter evenings and the soaring temperature, we’ve already made it to June without too much complaint. But as the summer gets into full swing, television strikes back with some welcome returns (And a much-anticipated show debuting). Here are the five you should be watching.
Marc Bernardin casts a wary eye over this week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases, highlighting such gems — or is that “gems”? — as True Blood: The Complete Fourth Season, Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp and Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies.
HBO has announced that True Blood creator Alan Ball will step aside as showrunner following the upcoming fifth season, continuing only in “a supervisory role” if the drama is renewed.
The True Blood actor plays a shy and awkward office worker who finds an escape from his humdrum life by assuming the identity of a costumed superhero. Written and directed by Leon Ford, Griff the Invisible debuts on Aug. 19.