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Trailer Park: Season Three of HBO's True Blood

With all of the focus placed on Sunday evening's series finale of Lost, I don't want you to think that I've forgotten about some of the exciting offerings coming up this summer, not least of which is Season Three of HBO's addictive vampire drama series True Blood.

[Editor: I've already seen the first two fantastic and gripping episodes of Season Three of True Blood--and am watching the third tonight--and am beyond hooked once again.]

HBO has release an official Season Three trailer for True Blood, which you'll find below. And which, I dare say, you'll want to sink your teeth into straightaway...



Season Three of True Blood begins Sunday, June 13th at 9 pm ET/PT on HBO.

Comments

sunny said…
Hey Jace, when can we expect your review of the first three eps? thanks.
Jace Lacob said…
Sunny,

Funny you should ask... Look for it on Friday, in fact.
trisha said…
Yay!! My absolute favourite summer show is finally coming back!
Can't wait to read your review.
sunny said…
Awesome! I always love your TB reviews. The one you did before I Will Rise Up aired had me salivating for that ep and I was not disappointed.
Tatiana said…
Woo hoo! Can't wait for more True Blood!! Looking forward to your review of the first three episodes...
Nils Hermans said…
SOOKEH.
JennyBee82 said…
Can you give us any hints!? Are the werewolves awesome looking? Are the new characters worthy? DOES GODRIC MAKE A COMEBACK?

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