With nearly just a month to go until the new season of True Blood returns, the showrunners continue to offer up even more delectable teasers on their YouTube page.
In the latest upload, Christopher Meloni of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit fame is unveiled as an upcoming vampire performing some type of ritual. IMDB lists his character as Roman, but the clip seems to indicate that he's also known as the Vampyr (we all know how important he must be if he spells the word in an exotic way). The all-important vampyr combined with the robes and dungeon setting gives me a bit of the Twilight Volturi vibe.
True Blood season 5 premieres on June 10.
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True Blood fans, can you taste it? You are now just over six weeks away from the upcoming premiere.
In need of a fix right now? Then take a view moments to watch this new “minisode” featuring Eric (Alexander Skarsgard), Pam (Kristin Bauer) and some Fangtasia auditioners. The slightly NSFW clip - one of several that HBO is releasing - will help fill some gaps between Seasons 2 and 3.
Also make sure to check out the next cast poster after the jump. The characters will all be back to “do bad things” on June 13.
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Realizing just how much “waiting sucks,” HBO has begun offering impatient fans snippets of True Blood‘s upcoming season.
After every encore episode airing Sundays @ 8:00, the cable network will provide a brand new “In Production” clip. This first scene involving Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) is a textbook definition of the word “teaser.”
Season 3 won’t - sigh - begin until June 13. Until then, bide your time checking out a new tasty poster after the jump.
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WARNING: Do not watch these clips unless you’ve had a chance to watch last night’s episodes.
If you’re a follower of Jimmy Kimmel, you already know the ABC host is a big-time fan of Lost. It’s his love of the show - and his attention to detail - that makes this interview with executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof quite interesting.
Did you notice the people not on that plane? How about the number of vodka bottles Jack had? And what was the significance of Groundhog Day premiere?
Note: Cuse and Lindelof announced that the series finale will air on May 23, a Sunday.
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Like getting caught up in a murder mystery? Love knowing when it will all end?
Starting this Thursday, CBS will introduce a series unlike any other crime drama on its network. Don’t expect answers to come at the end of the first hour. The big reveal will actually happen over two months later.
A week-long celebration on Harper’s Island, a fictional island near Seattle, will consist of blood and screams rather than rice and laughter. One person will murdered each week during the show’s 13-episode run.
Not sure if you want to invest more time in another whodunit? Preview the teaser above and the others after the jump. If you want to see more, tune in this Thursday @ 10pm.
Okay - let’s face it. On paper, Dollhouse already sounds like a potential disaster.
Back in July, creator Joss Whedon (Buffy, Angel) announced he would be shooting a new pilot for his FOX series. Two months later, production on the show was temporarily halted while scripts were being tweaked.
Entourage fans, the long wait is almost over. Although we’ve grown accustomed to seeing our Boys of Summer sometime in June, last year’s writers strike forced us to endure more reality fare than anyone should be subjected to.
Those of you - like me - who’ve been waiting to renew your HBO subscription, here’s a teaser you’ve missing.
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Earlier this month, we showed you Gossip Girl‘s second set of racy ads. Now we’re finally getting a sneak peek at what Season 2 has in store for us.
And just in case the clip confuses you (like it did me), Entertainment Weekly says the part with Nate and Serena is NOT a fantasy sequence. Interesting…
Gossip Girl returns to CW on Monday, September 1.
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Even though Corey Haim yearned to become involved in Lost Boys 2, the actor has perfected the fine art of sabotaging his own career.
In this clip from the upcoming episode of The Two Coreys, Haim not only becomes a diva, he turns into a sad druggie.
The A&E program airs Sunday nights @ 10.
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They say you really shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover. But you know, in some cases, that time-saving strategy can really tell you a lot.
Case in point: FOX’s new comedy Unhitched. The show (debuting this weekend) almost lured me in with names like Rashida Jones, Craig Bierko and the Farrelly brothers. But then I saw some teasers. And now I’m convinced a few seconds has revealed quite enough. (You can view those clips, after the jump.)
I knew a show that had Bobby and Peter Farrelly (There’s Something About Mary) on board as executive producers could possibly be over the top, but I thought at the very minimum the ‘comedy’ would be funny. It isn’t. Both the writing and production feel cheap and Bierko - who I’ve loved in other projects - sticks out like an overacting sore thumb. Thankfully, Rashida Jones (The Office) comes off well in the straight girl role.
Those who do find the following snippets amusing can watch their first full episode this Sunday @ 9:30 on FOX.
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