Sam Trammell expresses his — and our — concern over the apparent death of the show’s tallest vampire.
For the record, Sam Trammell feels the same way we do about True Blood‘s most recent twist. “I dont want Eric to be dead!” he tells Vulture in a new interview. “But honestly, I don’t know how that works itself out there. I don’t know what happens next with him.”
Janina tells HollywoodLife.com that Luna’s actions on last season’s finale will have dire consequences. Plus, what did Sam Trammell do that make her cry?
We’ve gotten a few clips and promos from the upcoming sixth season of True Blood, all of which reveal dark times ahead for the citizens of Bon Temps, but one character has remained conspicuously absent from all footage: Luna! When last we saw Sam’s oft-undressed lady friend, she was accidentally skin-walking on national television — and Janina Gavankar recently told HollywoodLife.com there will be hell to pay when the show returns June 16.
The beautiful couple learns that ‘all is possible’ when they find yet another venue for the old bump & grind.
I’ve been patiently waiting for True Blood‘s Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) and Sookie (Anna Paquin) to get nasty for three seasons, but after the past three weeks, I think I’m ready to see them put their clothes back on. After exchanging blood, the couple spent most of the Aug. 14 episode having drug-induced sex in a Narnia-style fantasy. “Can we make love in it?” Eric asked upon seeing a bed. Try and guess Sookie’s answer.
Plus, the witches drive the vampires to mass-suicide. (Don’t do it, friends! Sookeh needs you!)
The love square that is Sookie Stackhouse’s life got a little more complicated — and awkward — on the Aug. 8 episode of True Blood when Alcide (Joe Manganiello) walked in on Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) plowing Sookie (Anna Paquin) in the woods. Sookie and Eric eventually returned home, where they proceeded to deliver what can only be described as soft-core porn.
Took them long enough! Somewhere Bill Compton is weeping big red tears.
The moment we’ve been waiting for all season — well, really for the past three seasons — finally happened on the July 24 episode of True Blood: Sookie (Anna Paquin) finally kissed Eric (Alexander Skarsgard)! It wasn’t a dream, she wasn’t being glamoured, and no one was in any danger of being killed. She did it because she wanted to do it, and I couldn’t be happier.
Another outstanding episode! Does anyone else think this season might be the best one yet?
Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) continued playing the world’s most awkward game of “house” ever on the July 3 episode of True Blood, and I’m really starting to wonder what’s wrong with Sookie. A rich, hot, powerful vampire is throwing himself at her, and she won’t even give him a chance? This girl needs to get her head examined!
The show’s resident shape-shifter is ready for his family to double!
Sam Trammell is going to be a proud father!
Plus, the 12 most jaw-dropping moments that made this finale one of the best True Blood episodes EVER!
It was a night of major revelations and bloody good twists on the Sept. 12 season finale of HBO’s True Blood, and at the risk of sounding totally cliché, nothing will EVER be the same for the residents of Bon Temps! We’ve put together the 12 moments that kept our jaws on the floor throughout the hour — let us know which moments shocked YOU!
The sexy werewolf we have all been waiting for finally shows up in Bon Temps and Tara discovers the benefits of being with a vamp!
Well, as last week’s episode ended with a bullet being fired this week’s started with someone being shot – though not who we expected!
This week’s episode is heavy on the wolves, vampires, and shape shifters — oh my!
It is time for Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) to pack up her bags and leave. Her boyfriend is missing, she was almost murdered by a maenad, and now the werewolves are after her. Anywhere, and we mean ANYWHERE, is better than Bon Temps hun.
Think you know but not QUITE sure why Ben Linus didn’t go into the light with his castmates during the season finale of Lost? Read on, BFFs!
If you’re a true Lost fan, you’ll have your theories on why Benjamin Linus was sitting on a park bench outside a church in the last few moments of the series finale May 23 — but are you right? Luckily, Ben’s portrayer, Michael Emerson, was nice enough to clear up the mystery!