Updated with a minisode that follows Eric and Pam auditioning new dancers for the vampire bar Fangtasia! If I wasn’t such a huge fan of HBO’s “True Blood”, all of these teasers would drive me nuts. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, rent the first season, grab some snacks, and sit your ass down for a weekend to burn through it. Hopefully you’ll join the pack. Anyhow, HBO released a really cool poster quad that features the entire cast and a the new tagline: “Do Bad Things.” The third season of the subgerne-blending horror-drama kicks off on June 13. That means you have a month and a half to catch up.
Following its debut on Yahoo, the first minisode will be available for streaming and sharing at HBO.com and the official True Blood Facebook page beginning on Wednesday, April 28, and can be seen on HBO starting on Sunday, May 2, and HBO On Demand on Monday, May 3. Subsequent minisodes will have exclusive debuts each week for five weeks on select online sites, followed by HBO.com. The minisodes will make their network premiere every Sunday night immediately after the Season 2 encore presentations at 8pm, with HOD premieres each Monday.
“The minisodes provide a wonderful and rare opportunity to take a deeper look into Bon Temps and the characters that live in this colorful town,” said Alan Ball, Creator and Executive Producer of “True Blood”. “The scenes are so much fun, and the performances as stellar as always. I can’t wait to share them with everyone, old fans and new.”
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