True Blood fans aren't the only ones wanting more of the recently departed series.
The HBO drama's seven seasons concluded on Aug. 24 with a finale that disappointed some Truebies, but there are more stories the cast and showrunner Brian Buckner wish the show had explored, they tellThe Hollywood Reporter.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from this week's series finale of True Blood, "Thank You."]
The last taste of True Blood is over, and the commitment ceremony between Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) and Hoyt (Jim Parrack) in Sunday's series finale tied up a relationship seven seasons in the making.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from last week's episode of True Blood, "Love Is to Die."]
True Blood will meet its "true death" on Sunday, but will Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer)?
The vampire's fate is one of the biggest questions heading into this weekend's series finale. The previous episode brought him to Sookie's (Anna Paquin) door to explain his decision not to cure his Hep-V — a choice that surprised even Moyer, he tells The Hollywood Reporter.
True Blood is ending, but fans will be able to take pieces of the show with them.
Auction service Screenbid is partnering with HBO to sell props, outfits and other items used in the filming of the supernatural drama, which has its series finale Aug. 24. The auction will be open from Aug. 20 to 25.
[Warning: this story contains spoilers for Sunday's episode of True Blood, "May Be the Last Time."]
It's Arlene (Carrie Preston) who had this True Blood episode's vampire-blood sex-dream, but the outcome was much different than Jason's (Ryan Kwanten) memorable fantasy of Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) earlier this season.
Marvel and Netflix's Daredevil has cast its leading lady: True Blood breakout Deborah Ann Woll.
Sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter that Woll will play Karen Page, the blind lawyer by day and crime-fighting hero by night and Matt Murdock's (Boardwalk Empire's Charlie Cox) love interest in the 13-episode drama.