This year's science fiction and fantasy television delivered amazing highs and some cringe-worthy lows. We've rounded up the year's best moments, along with some of the absolute worst (in no particular order) for your viewing pleasure. SPOILERS AHEAD.
Buried underneath the VMAs, something else important also took place on TV last night. True Blood, HBO's long-running series about sexy vampires and the people who love them, wound to a close.
True Blood is a raunchy show about vampires and other supernatural beings. Its cast in turn contains many actors who were relatively unknown when the show first started in 2008, and are now regularly hailed as pinnacles of physical perfection.
You how how they say the light that burns twice as bright only burns half as long? If only there was some Hanukkah-esque miracle that meant True Blood didn't have to end. Sigh.
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This year's science fiction and fantasy television delivered amazing highs and terrible lows. But what were the most brilliant scenes, and what were the most horrific? We've rounded them up the year's best moments, along with some of the absolute worst. Spoilers ahead...
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Nowadays a writer can spin a tale through a video game. Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse books — which spawned HBO's vampire soap, True Blood — has done just that. [Jezebel]
Crap!!! Is it too late to splice a post with Bloodcopy? We'd actually have some news for that thing. HBO's filed a trademark registration for its show "True Blood," in relation to video games.
Apparently the nearly dead aren’t the only one’s getting their kicks on the Wii. The undead are way into the Wii too, as seen in this video from a recent episode of HBO’s True Blood.