True Blood’s Episode 3: Title Reveal and Casting Call

January 31, 2013

News is Arriving Daily about Season 6 of HBO’s True Blood:

Cast of Season 6 of HBO's True BloodThe title of Episode 3, Season 6 of True Blood has been announced by SpoilerTV. It is entitled Rock Hard Times. They have also announced a casting call for a guest star role and several co-star roles.

The guest role calls for a 50 year old female who goes by the name of Beverley Hutt. It turns out she is a friend of Sookie’s (Anna Paquin) and Jason Stackhouse’s (Ryan Kwanten) parents. I wonder if Beverley knows Warlow?

The other co-starring roles call for a younger version of Beverley Hutt (as seen through a flashback),   four mischievous fairies (also part of a flashback), a middle-aged hospital nurse, an eight year old version of Sookie (how cool would that role be?!) and, finally, two Caddo Parish sheriff deputies.

So do you think you have what HBO needs? How do you think these roles will affect the main characters in Season 6 of True Blood? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: – True Blood – Episode 6.03 – Title Revealed + Flashback Details

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


True Blood on Location: Filming at the Bellefleurs’

January 29, 2013

Filming Under Way for True Blood Season 6

The Bellefleur mansion in HBO's True BloodWhile we are still waiting to hear confirmation from HBO of a Season 6 start date, and have reported that filming is still under way for HBO’s True Blood.

Even though the scenes being filmed were all interior shots of the fabulous Bellefleur home, sightings of some of the stars still occurred. Carrie Preston (Arlene), Todd Lowe (Terry Bellefleur) and Chris Bauer (Andy Bellefleur) were all happy to smile and wave at onlookers as they entered and exited the house.

All the photos can be seen here.

Wonder what this story line will entail in Season 6?

Sources: – True Blood Season Six Filming On Location Images – The Bellefleure Home – ‘True Blood’ spotted filming on location at The Bellefleure Home

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


Alexander Skarsgard Talks About Season 6 of True Blood

January 24, 2013

WetPaint Interviews Alexander Skarsgard at the Sundance Film Festival:

Alexander Skarsgard stars as Eric Northman in HBO's True BloodRecently, WetPaint Entertainment got the chance to ask Alexander Skarsgard (Eric Northman in HBO’s True Blood) a few quick questions about Season 6. While he remained tight-lipped on the subject of Billith, other than to say Bill (Stephen Moyer) will return in Season 6, there was the suggestion of a rather large upheaval:

There’s a big war coming up — a big war.

You can view the entire (albeit short) interview here.

Source: – Alexander Skarsgard Talks True Blood Season 6’s “Big War” and Bill’s Return — Exclusive



WetPaint Contest: Win True Blood’s Forsaken Range of Perfumes!

January 24, 2013

Here’s Your Chance to Smell as Good as Sookie:

Forsaken Roll on Parfum. Inspired by HBO's True have just announced a fabulous competition giving one fan of HBO’s True Blood the chance to win a Forsaken Eau de Parfum roll on. This easy to use item has the wonderful multi-layered scents of sweet berries, sensual jasmine, mysterious amber and vanilla. Sounds delicious and just the way I imagined fairies would smell to a vampire!

So if you want to be the lucky winner, all you have to do is email WetPaint at and tell them who you think Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) belongs with. All entries must arrive by Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013 at 11:59:59 PM PT. WetPaint will pick one (1) winner at random and notify them via email after Feb. 8, 2013. Full details can be found on the WetPaint website here.

Good Luck everyone!

Alternatively, if you don’t win, you can purchase Forsaken Eau de Parfum straight from the HBO website. If you order it from HBO’s Valentine’s Day Boutique and use the code BEMINE at the checkout you are also entitled to 20% off your purchase – it’s a win-win situation for everyone!

Sources: – Want to Smell Faerie Good Like Sookie Stackhouse? Enter to Win True Blood Perfume! – Valentine’s Day Boutique

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


New Cast Members Announced for HBO’s True Blood

January 23, 2013

There’s Plenty of New Faces for Season 6 of True Blood:

Jurnee Smollett-Bell announced as recurring cast in HBO's True BloodAmelia Rose Blaire announced as recurring cast in HBO's True BloodRecently on TrueBloodNet we spoke of the addition of new characters on HBO’s True BloodThanks to, we can now announce that Creighton Burrell (the Governor of Louisiana) will be played by Arliss Howard. His daughter, Willa (who apparently clashes with her father’s beliefs in regard to vampire rights), will be played by Amelia Rose Blaire. Both roles are recurring through Season 6 of True Blood. We will also see Jurnee Smollett-Bell filling the role of  ‘do-gooder’ Nicole Jannsen.

Source: – True Blood Scoop: Friday Night Lights, 90210 Alums Join HBO Hit’s Season 6 Cast

(Photo Credits: and and Vivian Belmont for the image of Amelia Rose Blair)


HBO’s True Blood is Nominated for 24th Annual GLAAD Awards

January 23, 2013

GLAAD Awards Honour the Diversity of HBO’s True Blood:

HBO True Blood Promo poster with Lafayette (played by Nelsan Ellis)This year HBO’s vampire series, True Blood, has been nominated for a GLAAD award. Nominees are selected specifically due to their ‘fair and inclusive’ representation of the LGBT community. The category True Blood is listed under is ‘Outstanding Drama series.’ The other contenders in this category are: Degrassi (TeenNick), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC),  The L.A. Complex (The CW) and Smash (NBC).

Well done to HBO and True Blood!

For more information, make sure you check out the GLAAD website here.

Source: – GLAAD Media Awards Nominees

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


True Blood Season 6 Spoilers: Episode Names, Cast Calls and Celebrity Hints

January 20, 2013

Joe Manganiello and Mark Hudis Hint at Season 6:

Cast of HBO's hit vampire show, True BloodWhile new episode names for HBO’s epic vampire show, True Blood, are being announced, there is also a flurry of activity as the cast and crew go back to work. While fans speculate over whether Season 6 of True Blood will premier in early June, there is plenty of solid news in relation to Season 6.

Firstly, plenty of news sources have released the titles for episodes 1 and 2. SpoilerTV have announced that Episode 1 will be titled ‘Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’ and Episode 2 is called ‘Here Comes the Sun’. have also reported a role call for several characters. Firstly, they are after someone to play Niall’s (Rutger Hauer) mother and the scenes involving her will date all the way back to 3500 B.C.! A younger version of Niall will also be needed for these scenes. There is also a call for a guest role. Veronica is a prostitute makes money by letting vampires feed off her. Since it’s a guest role, I am guessing things end badly for her.

Joe Manganiello will be getting a haircut (after starring in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s upcoming movie, Ten) to maintain his role of Alcide Herveaux. On his role in Season 6 of True Blood, he told Access Hollywood at HBO’s Golden Globes after-party:

“[It’s] racier,” he said. “My character’s taken over the wolf pack, so as an alpha, and a pack of dogs, you gotta regulate, you gotta set it straight with everybody so there’s some violence. It’ll be fun. This is Season 6 and the first couple scripts I read – I think they’re doing a lot of stuff that they maybe held back on the past couple years.They’re pretty wild. I think it’s going to be a pretty wild season.”

He also hopes that the temperatures raise  a little in Southern California before shooting starts. This suggests there will be a further lack of clothes for Alcide in Season 6.

Over at, there is news from the new co-executive Mark Hudis, who is replacing Alan Ball. Hudis has plenty to tell Haverford College’s alumni magazine about Season 6 of True Blood:

“Certainly [Bill] is not going to be the Bill we know and love. He’s going to have more bite, no pun intended.”

He also went on to say that Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) will spend most of Season 6 looking for Harlow, the vampire Sookie has apparently been promised to. Mark also wants to keep the storyline central to Bon Temps.

So, what other snippets and tidbits have you heard about Season 6 of True Blood? Let us know in the comments below!

Sources: Spoiler TV – True Blood – Season 6 – Premiere Title Revealed and Snippet

SpoilerTV – True Blood – Episode 6.02 – Here Comes the Sun – Role Info – New True Blood Season 6,Episode 2 Title & Spoilers Revealed – Joe Manganiello Gears Up For True Blood Season 6: The Scripts Are ‘Pretty Wild!’ – True Blood Season 6: New Showrunner Hints at the Future for Bill, Sookie, and Jason

Haverford College Magazine – The Magazine of Haverford College. Fall 2012

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


HBO’s True Blood Casting Two New Characters for Season 6:

January 17, 2013

Spoilery Details Can Be Found In New Character Descriptions

True Blood LogoSeason 6 of the HBO series True Blood has begun filming the ten episodes that will air this summer. While no start date has been announced, it’s rumored June is a safe bet. New show-runner Mark Hudis announced the production is casting two new characters as series regulars. It’s possible that dedicated fans can read between the lines of the descriptions to glean hints and spoilers of what’s to come in Season 6.

The first of the two characters lands on the evil side of things. Crooked politician, Creighton Burrell, has no love for vampires. Burrell’s wife abandoned him and their daughter when she ran off with a vampire. As the Governor of Louisiana, Burrell often lets his personal ambitions overpower his humanity.

The second of the new characters is ‘do-gooder’ Nicole Jannsen. Nicole is a key member of group of well-meaning activists. Nicole herself has no concerns for money and worries only about doing the right thing.

“When the show returns, we’ll be introduced to a cockeyed optimist named Nicole Jannsen who runs with a (no pun intended) pack of civil rights activists in the (pun intended) vein of the 1960s Freedom Riders. Unfortunately for the lot of ’em, their good intentions aren’t necessarily backed up by a whole lotta common sense.”

Since no casting decisions have been announced, who would be on your True Blood acting dream team? If you could cast anyone you wanted in both roles, who would it be?


Source: zap2it &


VIDEO: Interview with True Blood’s Denis O’Hare

January 14, 2013

Dennis O’Hare Discusses An Iliad and True Blood’s Russell Edgington

Denis O'Hare stars as Russell Edgington in HBO's True Blood

Fans of True Blood’s resident (but now deceased) baddie, Russell Edgington are in for a treat with with this video. Currently, Denis O’Hare is eager to discuss the production of An Iliad,  a play he co-authored alongside Lisa Peterson, about the classic tale of war; The Iliad (written originally by Homer). The one man show stars Scott Parkinson, a story teller who struggles with the mythology and brutality of his poem (The Iliad).

Make sure you check out the full video below of Denis O’Hare as he chats to Reel Film News about his latest endeavour as well as his thoughts on being Russell Edgington in HBO’s True Blood.


(Source: – The Studio Theatre: Exclusive Interview w/AN ILIAD Co-Author, Denis O’Hare!

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgard’s New Film to Debut at Festival

January 14, 2013

Needing an Eric Northman Fix?

Alexander Skarsgard (star of HBO's True Blood) stars alongside Paula Patton in DisconnectThen don’t fret, Truebies. The good news? Even though Season 6 of HBO’s supernatural hit TV show, True Blood has just started production, you can catch a glimpse of Alexander Skarasgard (who plays vampire Eric Northman),  in his new film Disconnect. The dramatic film will show how modern technologies that are designed to bring people together can actually tear them apart emotionally.


Jason Bateman, Paula Patton, Max Thieriot, and Frank Grillo are just a few celebs who will co-star alongside Skarsgard.

Alexander Skarsgard’s newest film will open at the 28th Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Skarsgaard is expected to attend.

The bad news? We have to wait until the movie is released nationwide on April 12.

What do you think truebies? Will you go see Disconnect?

Source: Wetpaint – Alexander Skargard’s New Movie Set to Open the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Photo Credit: Truebloodnet


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