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.
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James Frain, who played Franklin Mott on the third season of True Blood, has signed on for a recurring role on NBC’s fantasy police procedural Grimm.
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 cable network announced today that it has picked up its hit supernatural drama for a fifth season, which will debut in summer 2012.
Executive Producer Alan Ball and the cast of HBO’s Southern Gothic series True Blood got down and dirty with fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
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.
True Blood creator Alan Ball was joined on-stage Saturday in Beverly Hills by the cast of his hit HBO series to discuss what the fourth season has in store for the citizens of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
Courtney Ford has fled the Miami set of Dexter in favor of terrorizing the Bon Temps swamps of True Blood for the vampire show’s fourth season.
Paramount has won a bidding war for a mysterious new “dark comedy” to be directed and produced by True Blood and Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball. Is American Public Media’s Ira Glass the twist in this tale?
Going from one monster to another, True Blood actor Ryan Kwanten is going to take a break from a life amongst vampires to play an all-too-human terror: Charles Manson, in upcoming movie The Family.
CBS is adapting the Harper Connelly Mysteries by Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse books on which HBO’s hit True Blood is based. Ridley Scott and Tony Scott are among the producers for the series, called Grave Sight after the first Harper Connelly novel.