True Blood Season 5 Poster Released!

May 2, 2012

True Blood Season 5 Teaser Poster #2  "Don't Cry, It's Back!"

Don’t Cry, It’s Back!

The new season 5 True Blood poster has just been released and this poster is aimed directly at YOU dear Trubies! HBO wants you to stop crying tears of blood over missing True Blood because it will be airing soon! Of course, it’s mean of them to send out this poster when we still have over a month to wait but you know those vampires some of them are ‘”Bad to the Bone”.

Season 5 Starts June 10th 2012

I don’t know about you, but TrueBloodNet.com cannot wait to ‘Do Bad Things‘ [Editor’s Note: Did we mention Jace Everett is back in the recording studio? Can’t wait to hear what he has coming out!] again and we look forward to live tweeting each episode along with our wonderful twitter followers [Editor’s Note: You are following @TrueBloodNet aren’t you?] starting with the series premiere on June 10th, 2012!  So while season 5 doesn’t start for 39 days 4 hours and 53 minutes (as of this writing) we can smell fresh blood in the air and can’t wait for the season to begin! We eagerly await seeing what’s been going on in Bon Temps while we’ve been whiling away the winter. Will Sookie relent and pick a beau? Who would you pick? Alcide, Eric, Bill or even Sam? How will Jason and Jessica end up? And for the love of TruBlood will someone get a mop for Tara? Will Arlene and Terry‘s family settle down now that the ghost is gone? Will Jessica tearing out Hoyt‘s heart change his sweet nature? Is Andy going to ever get over his “bow-chicka-bow-wow” evening with the Fae? And where is my smokin’ hot Pammy! You better not ruin her outfit HBO! Is Ginger running Fangtasia by now? Don’t cry? Heck where’s my ‘Don’t Freak!’ poster!

Tell us what you miss the most about True Blood in the comments section below!

Poster Credit: HBO, Inc.

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Competition to Vote True Blood “Most Killer Show”

April 14, 2012

Hey Trubies, are you tired of arguing amongst yourself over who’s the hotest person on the best show on television, HBO’s True Blood? If so, it’s time to take up the challenge that one website is throwing down and vote, post and talk about True Blood! The new website “ology” is centered around the concept of topics that interest the community at large, called handily enough: ologies.

Ologies is offering 15 of the most active fans of whichever show wins their contest a “Killer” t-shirt, plus the right to swagger if True Blood comes in first.

And the nominees for “Most Killer Show” on TV are…

1. The Vampire Diaries
2. Teen Wolf
3. Dexter
4. Pretty Little Liars
5. Revenge
6. The Secret Circle
7. True Blood
8. Game of Thrones
9. Supernatural
10. Nikita
11. Being Human:

Click HERE to go to the True Blood Ology and click on the green ‘Follow’ button.

You should check out their main contest page for all the contest rules and details but the main ways to earn points are:

·      1 point for each new post

·      3 points for each new comment

·      4 points for sharing a post (via Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Google+)

·      5 points for every new member in your show’s ology

·      30 points for having an actor from your show retweet about the contest

(you must post a screenshot of the retweet in your show’s ology to get the points)

·      100 points if an actor from your show Tweets or Facebook posts about the contest (you must post a screenshot of the tweet/post in your show’s ology to get the points)

·      1000 points if an actor from your show posts in the ology. (This is a potential game changer to the contest! We will confirm that the actor actually posted in the ology before granting the points.)

What are you doing just standing there?!?! GO POST! Team True Blood… HoOOOoooowl!!!

Credits: Ology

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Marshall Allman, True Blood’s Tommy, Opens in New Film, “Blue Like Jazz”

April 12, 2012

True Blood’s Allman Stars in “Blue Like Jazz”

"Blue Like Jazz" Poster

We all remember him as Tommy Mickens, Sam Merlottes messed up younger brother in season 4 of HBO‘s True Blood. While the character, Tommy, was often annoying, as younger brothers frequently seem, it was very well played by Marshall who is anything but annoying in real life as any of his Twitter followers can attest. Be sure to follow him – @MarshallAllman – as we’ll be tweeting him up during the rerunning of Season 4 of True Blood on HBO tonight . Marshall will be attending a screening of his new movie tonight, April 14th, 2012 but will take some time to give a shout out to all his True Blood fans during the showing. Marshall has appeared in dozens of other TV shows including “Justified” and “Prison Break” as well as hit movies such as “Hostage” starring “Bruce Willis” and “Prison Break“. Marshall plays the lead – Don Miller – in his latest movie, “Blue Like Jazz.” A synopsis of “Blue Like Jazz” follows and you can get ticket information and see a promo of the film by clicking the link at the bottom of the article.

In Theaters April 13

Directed & Co-Written by: Steve Taylor

Based on the best-selling book Blue Like Jazz by: Donald Miller

Produced by: Steve Taylor, J.Clarke Gallivan and Coke Sams

Starring: Marshall Allman, Claire Holt and Tania Raymonde

In Blue Like Jazz, Don, a pious nineteen-year-old sophomore at a Texas junior college, impulsively decides to escape his religious upbringing for life in the Pacific Northwest at one of the most progressive campuses in America, Reed College in Portland. Upon arrival, Reed’s surroundings and eccentric student body proves to be far different than he could possibly imagine from the environment from which he came, forcing him to embark on a journey of self-discovery to understand who he is and what he truly believes.

Blue Like Jazz Cast at Portland, Oregon Premiere

Marshall Allman at Blue Like Jazz Premiere at Portland, Oregon

Credits: Roadside Attractions

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Sookie Stackhouse Author Charlaine Harris Book Tour for “Deadlocked”

April 12, 2012

True Blood Author Charlaine Harris

As we all know, Charlaine Harris created the universe that Alan Ball warped into HBO‘s True Blood in her series of Sookie Stackhouse novels.  Well to accompany her latest book, the 12th Sookie Stackhouse novel, Deadlocked, she’s doing a southern US Charlain Harris's new novel Deadlocked part of the Sookie Stackhouse series on which True Blood is based!tour. If you live in the area, don’t miss the chance to meet this incredible author!

Deadlocked Book Tour

May 1 – Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134-5008

May 2, 6:00 PM – Vero Beach Book Center, 2145 Indian River Blvd, Vero Beach, FL 32960

May 3 – The Bookmark, 220 First Street, Neptune Beach, FL 32266

May 4, 7:00 PM – Barnes & Noble, 1812 Rittenberg Blvd., Charleston, SC 29407

May 5 – Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 161 Lexington Green Cir, Lexington, KY 40503

May 6, 3:00 PM – Barnes & Noble, 3327 Pineville-Matthews Road, Charlotte, NC 28226

May 7 – Bookmarks, Hanes Auditorium at Salem College Fine Arts Center, Winston-Salem, NC

May 8 – That Bookstore in Blytheville, 316 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315

May 9, 7:00 PM – Barnes & Noble, 1000 Highland Colony Parkway, Ridgeland, MS 39157

May 10, 7:00 PM – Barnes & Noble, 2590 Citiplace Court, Baton Rouge, LA 70808

May 11 – Murder by the Book, 2342 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77005

May 12, 7:00 PM – Bookpeople, 603 North Lamar, Austin, TX 78703

 

These aren’t all of Ms Harris’s appearances this year though. If you want to find more dates, please check out her website!

 

Credit: charlaineharris.com

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See True Blood’s Tanya Wright’s New Movie “Butterfly Rising”

April 7, 2012

Tanya Wright who plays True Blood's Kenya and author/producer of "Butterfly Rising"

“Butterfly Rising”

Lucky fans of True Blood‘s Kenya, Tanya Wright, who live in the San Francisco area can see Tanya’s movie, “Butterfly Rising” before it is given a wider release. The movie, based on Tanya’s debut book of the same name, will be shown at the San Francisco International Woman’s Film Festival in San Francisco,California, Saturday April 14th at 3pm at the Roxie Theater. In its 8th year, the SFIWFF is billed as a “comprehensive three-day celebration of films directed by women. The 2012 selection of diverse films celebrates the exceptional contributions of women in the world of cinema and represents a convergence of excellence in filmmaking from around the globe.” Tanya let us at TrueBloodNet.com know that not only will you be able to see the movie before others, but that autographed copies of the book will be on sale at the event. Tanya confided to us that not everything in the book is in the movie so you will want to pick up the book! “Butterfly Rising” leads off a 3 movie trifecta at the Roxie that night being followed by “All She Can (Benavides Born)” the story of a woman weight lifter trying to win a scholarship to fulfill her life’s dream and “Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death & Technology” the tale of our love/hate relationship with technology. To get tickets and ensure you can get into the event, visit the Francisco International Woman’s Film Festival site!

Movie Description

Publication Date: August 5, 2010
Lilah Belle has always been a trifle odd to folks in her tiny town of Lucasville; a “singer who didn’t sing no more,” Lilah is prone to dancing in the streets, dressing outlandishly and weaving fantastic stories. But when her beloved brother dies suddenly, Lilah’s grief sends her into a topsy turvy tailspin. Desperate to escape her painful new reality, she hits the road with the unlikeliest of travelling companions: Rose Johnson, a newcomer whose scandalous behavior in the small, sleepy town has branded her a scarlet woman. Anxious to escape their bleak realities, the women strike out in a stolen vintage pickup truck, barreling toward a fated encounter with the mythical, magical Lazarus of the Butterflies. Legend has it that Lazarus can “heal you and make your dreams come true.” The adventure that unfolds will transform their destinies, binding Lilah and Rose together forever. Richly evocative, Butterfly Rising is a timeless tale of friendship and courage, etched with pain and joy.
Check out the movie’s website at: butterflyrisingthemovie.com
Tanya Wright, True Blood's Kenya, presents her premiere novel, Butterfly Rising.

Tanya Wright, True Blood's Kenya, presents her premiere novel, Butterfly Rising.

Follow Tanya on Twitter! @tanyaTTwright

Credits: Francisco International Woman’s Film Festival
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Spoiler! Season 5 True Blood Premiere Song Speculation!

April 7, 2012

HBO True Blood vampire Steve Newlin-former Church of the Sun leader, played by Michael McMillan, in Season 5 Premiere

True Blood Season 5 Premiere

We recently revealed, here at TrueBloodNet.com, the title of the first episode of season five of HBO‘s hit series, True Blood. Warning! Spoiler Alert! If you don’t want to be spoiled you should not read further as the title often reveals important episode themes. Long-time viewers know, the title of the episode often ties in with the final song that plays during the closing credits of each episode of True Blood. Radio DJ Gary Calamar is responsible for picking these often-surprising tunes that play in the final credits. Mr. Calamar is the music supervisor on True Blood picking the songs to accompany not only the final credits but also tunes heard during the show whenever the talented Nathan Barr isn’t creating original scores for our favorite series. According to this piece we presented last year:

Every episode of True Blood is named after a song. According to Gary, this is difficult due to budget concerns. Some licensing can be too expensive or just not available. In a few cases, the episode titles were changed because the song didn’t work out as planned. But, as music supervisor, this touch makes his job more fun and interesting.

Turn! Turn! Turn!

The name of the season 5 premiere episode of True Blood is “Turn! Turn! Turn!” While the most obvious implication is that dead/or dying Tara Thornton, who’s brains were splattered across Sookie Stackhouse‘s kitchen at the end of Season 4, will be turned into a vampire, Alan Ball and his devious writers could be throwing us all off track with the premiere’s title. Perhaps Ball and the writers are throwing us a curve ball by merely refering to the recent turning of Steve Newlin former head of the ‘Church of the Sun“, Bon Temps anti-vampire religious extremists, into the vampire that showed up at Sookie‘s door last season with the foreshadowing title. Maybe they are hinting at various characters turning over a new leaf this season. They can but assume that the title of the episodes would be known before the premiere show’s airing on June 10th, 2012 and they could be evilly twisting the obvious meaning.

Nevertheless, we thought we would speculate on not only which song is going to play at the end of the first season five episode but also which band’s cover of the piece will be selected.

The Byrds

The most famous version of this song was done by The Byrds in 1965 where it reached number on on Billboard’s Hot 100. However, The Byrds didn’t write “Turn! Turn! Turn! (to Everything There Is a Season)” to give the song it’s full title. That honor belongs to Pete Seeger who wrote the song in 1959 and recorded it on his album, “The Bitter and the Sweet” in 1962.

Seeger repurposed the words from the King James Bible version of the Book of Ecclesiastes, using the words almost verbatim, with a bit of rearranging and the addition of exactly six words of his own. Besides Seeger and The Byrds, “Turn! Turn! Turn!” was also recorded by Judy Collins in 1963 on her “Judy Collins 3” album, The Seekers in 1966 on their “Georgy Girl”; Wilson Philips in 2004 on their “California” album. Other prominent musicians who’ve recorded this title are Bruce Springsteen in 2006 and most recently by Tori Amos in 2010.

So whose version of this song do you think we’ll hear on June 10th during the season 5 premiere of True Blood? Do you like one better than the other? Do you have a sentimental favorite? Or do you know of a more obscure version of the song that you think is better suited to the dark and twisted story lines of True Blood? Be sure to take your guess in the comments section below!

The Lyrics

Turn, Turn, Turn by Pete Seeger and sung by The Byrds

To everything, turn, turn, turn
There is a season, turn, turn, turn
And a time for every purpose under heaven

A time to be born, a time to die
A time to plant, a time to reap
A time to kill, a time to heal
A time to laugh, a time to weep

A time to build up, a time to break down
A time to dance, a time to mourn
A time to cast away stones
A time to gather stones together

A time of love, a time of hate
A time of war, a time of peace
A time you may embrace
A time to refrain from embracing

A time to gain, a time to lose
A time to rend, a time to sew
A time of love, a time of hate
A time of peace, I swear it’s not too late

 

Credits: HBO, Inc; Wikipedia; Blues for Peace

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Spoiler! True Blood Season 5 Episode 1 Title, Cast and Crew!

April 6, 2012

HBO's True Blood's Sookie Stackhouse, played by Anna Paquin, in the shower from season 5True Blood Season 5 Episode 1

The title and list of the cast and crew of the first (season premiere) episode of season five, episode 49, of HBO‘s award winning show True Blood, which is scheduled to air June 10, 2012 follows. True Blood was created by Alan Ball and is based on the Sookie Stackhouse novels written by Charlaine Harris. WARNING! SPOILER ALERT! Do Not Read If You Don’t Want to be Spoiled! Although there are no plot or script details included here you can still make some inferences that could be misleading OR could spoil you. Fair warning! If you’re still interested, read on below the picture of Sam!

HBO Trueblood Season 5 Sam Merlotte played by Sam Trammell ripping off his shirt

Turn! Turn! Turn!

That’s the title of the first episode of season 5 of True Blood; Turn! Turn! Turn!  Of course the first question that this title brings to mind is: Will Tara Thornton be turned? There seems little question that she’s dead, it’s hard to put Humpty Dumpty back together again when her brains are splattered all over Gran’s walls and floor. Will she beome the thing she hated the most? If she is turned, who will do the deed? Bill and Eric are just across the cemetery, barely a vampire sneeze away. But there are at least three other regular series vampires who might be nearby. Jessica isn’t far off and might come visiting Sookie. Where is Pam? Could she be near by? Of course, most interesting of all those possibilities would be the reappearance of Russell Edgington. Russell as Tara’s maker is a very twisted and Alan Ball-like occurence. Or Tara could become a brain-eating zombie; she certainly needs to get a brain from somewhere!

There’s no reason to believe that Tara is the only one that could be turned either. Who else could be turned? How about Jason? Perhaps Hoyt goes after him and to save Jason Jess turns him. What about Mrs. Fortenberry? Talk about the fun factor! Wow! Who else could be turned this season? Post your ideas in the comments section.

Director

Daniel Minahan

This is Minahan’s eighth directorial outing for True Blood. Other episodes:

Sparks Fly Out (5 October 2008)
Nothing But the Blood (14 June 2009)
Frenzy (30 August 2009)
Bad Blood (13 June 2010)
Fresh Blood (29 August 2010)
Me and the Devil (24 July 2011)
Spellbound (14 August 2011)
Turn! Turn! Turn! (24 June 2012) – Director

Writers

Created by Alan Ball
Novels by Charlaine Harris
Written by Brian Buckner
This is Buckner’s 7th outing as a True Blood writer but he has been the executive director of all 48 previous episodes of True Blood; the other writing credits are:

Keep This Party Going (21 June 2009)
Hard-Hearted Hannah (26 July 2009)
Bad Blood (13 June 2010)
Hitting the Ground (1 August 2010)
You Smell Like Dinner (3 July 2011)
Let’s Get Out of Here (21 August 2011)

Cinematographer – Film Photographer – David Klein

HBO's True Blood's Special Effects Team

Make-Up Department

Special Makeup Effects – Ozzy Alvarez

Art Department

Property Master – controls all props –Thomas R. Cahill
On-Set Dresser – Doug Devine

Sound Department

ADR Mixer – Automatic Dialogue Replacement: heads rerecording of dialog by the actors in a sound studio instead of on the set- Judah Getz
Foley Mixer – aka sound effects – Aaron L. King
Production Sound Mixer – head of on-set sound production – Roger V. Stevenson

Stunts

Stunts – Rene Mousseux
Assistant Stunt Coordinator – Henry Kingi Jr.
Stunt Coordinator – Hiro Koda
Stunt Double for Alexander Skarsgard – David Paul Olsen
Stunt Double: Anna Paquin – Heidi Pascoe
Stunt Double for Stephen Moyer – Mark Aaron Wagner
Stunt Double for Rutina Wesley – Crystal Michelle

Camera and Electrical Department

Camera Operator – Craig Cockerill
Additional Photography – John P. Fleenor
Grips are responsible for recording equipment on set:
Grip – Kaiyoti
Grip – Andrey Prikazchikov
Dolly Grip – George Santo Pietro

Video Engineering Supervisor – David D. Scott

Miscellaneous Crew

Production Assistant – Adam Haracz
Script Coordinator – Daniel Kenneth
Tactical Advisor – Chase Rivera
Assistant Location Manager – Lauren Willdeboer
Stand-in’s substitute for the actors while lighting and sound is adjusted. They are generally of the same build and coloring of the actor they are standing in for:
Stand-in (uncredited) – Caroline Jaden Stussi

HBO's True Blood's Bill Compton played by Stephen Moyer in Season 5

Cast – in Credits Order

Sookie StackhouseAnna Paquin
Bill ComptonStephen Moyer
Sam MerlotteSam Trammell
Jason StackhouseRyan Kwanten
Tara ThorntonRutina Wesley
Eric NorthmanAlexander Skarsgård
Andy BellefleurChris Bauer
Pam De BeaufortKristin Bauer van Straten
Holly ClearyLauren Bowles
SalomeValentina Cervi
Steve NewlinMichael McMillian
Lafayette ReynoldsNelsan Ellis
Luna GarzaJanina Gavankar
NoraLucy Griffiths
Terry BellefleurTodd Lowe
Alcide Herveaux Joe Manganiello
RomanChristopher Meloni
Russell EdgingtonDenis O’Hare
Hoyt FortenberryJim Parrack
Arlene FowlerCarrie Preston
Jessica HambyDeborah Ann Woll

Remainder of Cast

Kibwe – Peter Mensah
Rikki – Kelly Overton
Kenneth – Marque Richardson
Cammy – Cherilyn Wilson
Young Sookie – Zenali Turner
Fangtasia Vampire (uncredited) – Jobeth Wagner

Other Credited Cast

Team Captain 2 – Sam Adler
Young Tara – Avion Baker
Martha Bozeman – Dale Dickey
J.D. – Louis Herthum
Rocky Cleary – Aaron Christian Howles
Danielle – Jamie Gray Hyder
Team Captain 1 – Matthew Glen Johnson
Nate – Brendan McCarthy

Credits: IMDB and HBO, Inc.

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True Blood Season 5 Premiere Date Announced!

April 4, 2012

HBO True Blood Jessica Season 5 Spoiler

True Blood Season 5 Premiere Date

HBO just released the season 5 start date of our favorite southern vampire (shifter, were and fae) series True Blood! Waiting may suck but at least we now have an end to our misery in sight!

The 12-episode fifth season of TRUE BLOOD will kick off SUNDAY, JUNE 10 at 9:00 p.m. (ET/PT). Based on the popular Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris, this Emmy®-nominated hit drama series was created by Alan Ball, creator of HBO’s Emmy®-winning series “Six Feet Under.” The show follows waitress and part-faerie Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), who can hear people’s thoughts, vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) and vampire Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgård).

And let’s not forget our other favorites that will be returning, Joe Manganiello as were Alcide, Sam Trammell as shifter/bartender Sam Merlotte, Kristin Bauer as vampire Pam, Nelsan Ellis as the loveable Lafayette, Carrie Preston as Arlene, Deborah Ann Woll as Jessica, Ryan Kwanten as Jason Stackhouse. We’ll aslo get peeks at fan favorites Tanya Wright as Detective Kenya, Jim Parrack as Hoyt, Todd Lowe as Terry Bellfleur, Janina Gavankar as shifter Luna and Tara Buck as the loyal Ginger.

New this season will be Christopher Meloni as Roman, Camil Luddington as Claudette (Claudine‘s sister). Returning fan favorites are Michael McMillian as Steve Newlin and Denis O’Hare as vampire king Russell Edgington.

The big question is: will Rutina Wesley be back in season 5 to reprise her role as Tara Thornton!?!

The Newsroom

HBO would also like you to know:

THE NEWSROOM kicks off its ten-episode season SUNDAY, JUNE 24 at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT). This new series centers on a cable news anchor (Jeff Daniels), his new executive producer (Emily Mortimer), his newsroom staff (John Gallagher, Jr., Alison Pill, Thomas Sadoski, Dev Patel, Olivia Munn) and their boss (Sam Waterston). Together they set out on a patriotic and quixotic mission to do the news well in the face of corporate and commercial obstacles and their own personal relationships. Aaron Sorkin created the series and executive produces along with Scott Rudin and Alan Poul.

Credits: HBO

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Can’t Wait for Season 5 of True Blood? ReWatch Season 4! Video!

April 4, 2012

HBO True Blood Sookie Eric and Bill Threesome Dream

67 Days to Season 5 of True Blood

But if you can’t wait, HBO has announced that it will start airing Season 4 of True Blood on Thursdays at 9pm EST/10pm Central. Every Thursday, a new episode of True Blood will show, in order! It will be like reliving season 4 all over again. We’ll be so hungry for new blood by the time the June 10th season 5 premiere of True Blood rolls around we’ll be draining the local rodents!

 True Blood Season 4 Video

Credits: HBO Inc.

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True Blood Season 5 Start Date Announced!

April 4, 2012

HBO True Blood Jessica Season 5 Spoiler

True Blood Season 5 Premiere Date

HBO just released the season 5 start date of our favorite southern vampire (shifter, were and fae) series True Blood! Waiting may suck but at least we now have an end to our misery in sight!

The 12-episode fifth season of TRUE BLOOD will kick off SUNDAY, JUNE 10 at 9:00 p.m. (ET/PT). Based on the popular Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris, this Emmy®-nominated hit drama series was created by Alan Ball, creator of HBO’s Emmy®-winning series “Six Feet Under.” The show follows waitress and part-faerie Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), who can hear people’s thoughts, vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) and vampire Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgård).

And let’s not forget our other favorites that will be returning, Joe Manganiello as were Alcide, Sam Trammell as shifter/bartender Sam Merlotte, Kristin Bauer as vampire Pam, Nelsan Ellis as the loveable Lafayette, Carrie Preston as Arlene, Deborah Ann Woll as Jessica, Ryan Kwanten as Jason Stackhouse. We’ll aslo get peeks at fan favorites Tanya Wright as Detective Kenya, Jim Parrack as Hoyt, Todd Lowe as Terry Bellfleur, Janina Gavankar as shifter Luna and Tara Buck as the loyal Ginger.

New this season will be Christopher Meloni as Roman, Camil Luddington as Claudette (Claudine‘s sister). Returning fan favorites are Michael McMillian as Steve Newlin and Denis O’Hare as vampire king Russell Edgington.

The big question is: will Rutina Wesley be back in season 5 to reprise her role as Tara Thornton!?!

The Newsroom

HBO would also like you to know:

THE NEWSROOM kicks off its ten-episode season SUNDAY, JUNE 24 at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT). This new series centers on a cable news anchor (Jeff Daniels), his new executive producer (Emily Mortimer), his newsroom staff (John Gallagher, Jr., Alison Pill, Thomas Sadoski, Dev Patel, Olivia Munn) and their boss (Sam Waterston). Together they set out on a patriotic and quixotic mission to do the news well in the face of corporate and commercial obstacles and their own personal relationships. Aaron Sorkin created the series and executive produces along with Scott Rudin and Alan Poul.

Credits: HBO

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