TRUE BLOOD GETS A 4TH SEASON
With only two episodes aired for season three so far, HBO has already given the green light for a fourth season of Alan Ball’s vampire series True Blood. The announcement, given by HBO’s programing president Michael Lombardo, will give the series a new season of twelve episodes and follow the continuing adventures of your favorite residents of Bon Temps, LA.
The series, based on the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charliane Harris and featuring Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer and Peter Sarrsgaard, had a very successful premiere episode and scored a 38% ratings increase over last year’s season two opener. Obviously, this was enough to convince HBO to give the show another season.
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COUNTDOWN TO FUTURAMA
For years, Futurama superfans (or as they call themselves, Parrotheads) have debated what the “J” in Philip J. Fry stands for. The discussion in the comments on your Futurama LiveJournal actually got pretty heated. Insults flew, feelings were hurt, a few temp bans were even issued. Well, perhaps some of those still-smarting wounds can be healed today, as Fry’s middle name is one of the topics tackled in this exclusive Q&A with Futurama creators Matt Groening and David X. Cohen. They also share some details about the new season.
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It is no surprise True Blood will grace our television sets for yet another season. In fact we didn’t expect it not to. They can have 12 seasons and we’d be happy. Heck let it run forever. We love True Blood. How many seasons of True Blood would you be satisfied with?