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The Daily Beast: "True Blood's Return: Secrets From Season 3"

Hungry for more True Blood?

Head over to The Daily Beast, where you can read my latest feature, "True Blood's Return: Secrets From Season 3," where I talk about my late-night visit to the set of HBO's vampire drama and interview series creator/executive producer Alan Ball and stars Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, and Alexander Skarsgard, and new cast member Denis O'Hare about what's coming up on the third season of the deliciously addictive drama.

If that weren't enough True Blood goodness, be sure to also check out the in-depth character-based gallery, where I break down what's coming up for your favorite characters--Sookie, Bill, Eric, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis), Tara (Rutina Wesley), Jason (Ryan Kwanten), Sam (Sam Trammell), Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll), Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten), Sophie-Anne (Evan Rachel Wood), and newbie Russell, plus the werewolves--thanks to some insight from Ball, Paquin, Moyer, Skarsgard, and O'Hare.

(You can also read my advance review of the first three episodes of Season Three of True Blood here.)

What are you most looking forward to this season on True Blood? And is the anticipation driving you insane? Head to the comments section to discuss.

Season Three of True Blood launches this Sunday evening at 9 pm ET/PT on HBO.


Blythe said…
GREAT piece! So jealous you got to visit the set but thankful for your excellent interviews and info on season three. I can't wait!
Unknown said…
Great article. What an awarding experience it must have been to actually visit the set of such a great and successful show. I am excited to see the love triangle that is Sookie, Bill and Eric. I am also excited to see the impact that the werewolves will have on the show. Another great interest of mine is the contest and comparison of True Blood and Twilight. Both release their next chapters this month with TB season 3 vs Eclipse. True Blood is winning on my TB vs Twilight release poll on
I'm sure the turn out for both vamp shows will be blood sucking!
rockauteur said…
Great piece on The Daily Beast! Can't wait for the premiere! I had forgotten some things from last season so your piece reminded me of where we left off with a lot of the characters and filled me in on the gaps in my memory! So Thanks!

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