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Tune-In Reminder: "True Blood" Season Finale (and Alan Ball!)

Just a quick reminder to be sure to tune in Sunday night for the second season finale of HBO's True Blood.

Be sure to come back here Monday morning to discuss the episode in detail. I'll also be chatting one-on-one with True Blood writer/executive producer Alan Ball that morning, so if you have any burning questions about the second season or the season finale specifically, be sure to email me or leave a comment here.

Here's how HBO described the season finale ("Beyond Here Lies Nothin'"): Maryann prepares for her ultimate sacrifice, forcing Sookie to be the Maid of Honor at her bloody nuptials; Sophie-Anne warns Eric to control Bill's inquisitiveness; Jason leads Andy into battle; Hoyt struggles with Maxine's endless stream of insults; Sam places his trust, and his life, in a most unlikely ally in order to save Bon Temps and Sookie. (And it also happens to feature a cameo from True Blood author Charlaine Harris, to boot!)

Below you can catch the promo for Sunday night's season finale as well as the gorgeous Depeche Mode music video for "Corrupted," featuring the cast of True Blood.

True Blood: Ep. 24 "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'":



True Blood: Depeche Mode "Corrupt" Music Video:



True Blood's second season wraps up Sunday evening at 9 pm ET/PT on HBO.

Comments

Unknown said…
My question for Alan Ball is this:

Since the series is based (loosely) on the books and there are now around 10 books, how does Ball plan to incorporate the events of the books into the series? If the series ends before the books end, does Ball leave the series differently than Charlane Harris would leave it?
Bella Spruce said…
I can't wait for the finale! It's been two very long weeks!
KathyG said…
1. Is Alan happy with making the Maryann story such a major part of the season since many people thought it went on way too long to remain interesting.

2. Is there a reason he is being black and white about Bill and Eric as opposed to giving both of them many colors. Bill get's Eric's heroic deeds and tattles on Eric, and leaving out Eric's sense of humor and making him much more nefariously manipulative where Sookie is concerned.

3.I read you think Alex looks better with short hair but now he just looks like a GQ model, as opposed to a viking w/sexy long blond locks. It's part of Eric's mystique. Would you ever consider finding better wigs than the ones he had in Season 1? I know they're out there. Broadway wig stylists make great wigs all the time.
fenster said…
Will Alcide be a major character in season three?
ewench said…
No questions but please tell him more vampire storylines please :)

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