Plus, Michael McMillian previews Steve Newlin’s ‘surprising’ journey in season six.
As we venture deeper into True Blood‘s sixth season — we are officially half-way through it, in case you weren’t aware — Truebies everywhere have one burning question on their collective brain: Which major character is heading for the grave? HollywoodLife.com chatted with Michael McMillian, who plays the lovable (former) reverend Steve Newlin, for his take on the upcoming death; and he assured us it’s going to be devastating.
I knew Sookie’s parents were racist, but were they also murderers? Probably, yeah.
Let’s start this week’s recap with a few rhetorical questions: Why does Sookie (Anna Paquin) keep digging into her past? Hasn’t she learned by now that the more questions she asks, the more people come out of the woodworks to kill her? Oh, who am I kidding? This is Sookie we’re talking about; she’s a big fairy dumb-dumb who gets off putting herself, and others, in harm’s way — which explains why the July 14 episode of True Blood ended with her being drowned in a damn lake.
Plus, Rob teases a ‘very interesting relationship’ between Warlow and Bill.
The cat — or, rather, the fairy-vampire — is officially out of the bag! The July 7 episode of True Blood revealed that Ben (Rob Kazinsky), the fairy who’s been charming Sookie (Anna Paquin) since he arrived in Bon Temps earlier this season, is also Warlow, the centuries-old vampire that haunts Sookie’s nightmares. And Rob is the first to admit that, yeah, the characters’ relationship is a little complicated.
Plus, a new vampire is born! Mazel tov!
From the moment Ben (Rob Kazinsky) smoldered his way into Bon Temps earlier this season, Truebies have speculated a potential connection between Sookie’s fairy suitor and her ancient aggressor Warlow. The July 7 episode of True Blood finally proved those clever fans right — and the connection turned out to be a lot more direct than you might have imagined.
The once-loving couple drew serious battle lines this week. You can stop shipping them now.
Though the verdict is still out as to whether Bill (Stephen Moyer) is good or bad, one thing is clear: Dude is crazy! He officially accepted his role as the ‘savior’ of the vampire race on the June 30 episode of True Blood, and turned to an unlikely ally for support — Sookie (Anna Paquin)!
How will the ghost and the hunter keep their romance alive? Steven shares a few ideas with HollywoodLife.com.
There isn’t a Facebook status in the world capable of capturing just how ‘complicated’ the relationship between Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) is going to be when The Vampire Diaries returns Oct. 10 for its fifth season. Jeremy, who was just brought back from the dead, will attempt to re-enter high school, while continuing to date Bonnie, who is now a ghost. Like I said, it’s complicated.
Plus, bad news from Bill: Are all vampires destined for the true death?
The June 23 episode of True Blood began with Warlow entering Bon Temps through some kind of crazy portal, but by the end of the hour, that was the last thing on viewers’ minds. Let’s just say Bill (Stephen Moyer) was given a sneak peek at the future of all vampires — courtesy of his divine new powers — and it’s basically the end of their world as we know it.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want to know who died on the ‘True Blood’ season premiere!
Death is never easy, though sometimes, it is necessary. HollywoodLife.com chatted with the victim of True Blood‘s June 16 season premiere for the inside story on the shocking goodbye, and how it’ll affect the futures of several fan-favorite residents of Bon Temps.
Plus, with Bill out of the way, Sookie & Eric are free to get their flirt on. It’s just like old times!
Picking up right where we left off, the June 16 season premiere of True Blood found Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) running like hell from “Billith,” whom Jason (Ryan Kwanten) aptly referred to as a “naked evil Superman.” But is Bill (Stephen Moyer) really the dark, irredeemable vampire god that Truebies have spent all year fearing he would be?
HBO’s fang-tastic series returns with an all-new season June 16! Get an early taste of the madness to come with five meaty scoops.
True Blood is (finally) getting back to its roots! Despite the larger-than-life drama surrounding Bill (Stephen Moyer) — or “Billith,” as he’s now affectionately known — season six mostly takes us back to the core issues we loved about the show’s first few seasons: shocking deaths, human-on-vampire conflict, and of course, Sookie’s (Anna Paquin) super-complicated love life. After getting an early look at the show’s season six premiere, we’ve got five juicy spoilers to whet your appetite.
Brian Buckner reveals that ‘one of the principal characters’ won’t survive the sixth season. Time to play detective!
With the season premiere of True Blood just three days away, Truebies worldwide are chomping at the bit to find out what’s in store for Sookie (Anna Paquin) and her supernatural sidekicks. In an interview with Rolling Stone, new showrunner Brian Buckner spills some major season six secrets — including the death of a fan-favorite resident of Bon Temps.
Julie Plec reveals five storylines she’s ‘super-excited’ about in season five.
“Anything’s possible” as we head into the fifth season of The Vampire Diaries this fall, and executive producer Julie Plec was on-hand June 9 to preview the drama to come. While fielding fan questions during the show’s panel at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, she shed some light on the “great new characters, great new world … and great new romance” ahead.
Leah Pipes talks to HollywoodLife.com about playing the ‘token human’ and discovering the existence of vampires in New Orleans. Watch!
Being one of the only humans in a town flooded with vampires is no easy task — just ask Matt Donovan — and that’s exactly what Camille (Leah Pipes) will face this fall on The Originals. “I don’t think she’s aware she’s the token human,” Leah told HollywoodLife.com on May 16 at The CW Upfront in NYC. “It’ll be interesting to see that discovery unfold — if it unfolds.”
Living proof that a smokey eye can look just right for the summer, Nina looks amazing on the cover of ‘Company’ magazine’s newest issue. We think her eye makeup is fantastic, but what do YOU think? Tell us below!
Smokey and sultry don’t just describe the July 2013 cover of Company magazine — they’re also the perfect words for cover girl Nina Dobrev‘s eye makeup! The Vampire Diaries star sizzled while striking a pose and showing off the latest summer fashions. We love Nina’s ultra-glam look and want to know what you think!
Eric’s going even darker this season — premiering June 16 on HBO — and Alexander tells HollywoodLife.com to expect some ‘nasty stuff.’
With humans closing in on them, the vampires of Bon Temps will resort to desperate measures on the upcoming sixth season of HBO’s True Blood — and it sounds like some of them may even be crossing over to the dark side! “[Eric’s] doing some evil stuff this year, some stuff that’s not so nice,” Alexander Skarsgard told HollywoodLife.com on May 20 at Piaget’s screening of Fox Searchlight’s The East in NYC.
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