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The final season is almost upon us and the artwork for the final season of True Blood is starting to come out. Here is the first of the promotion posters.

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Deadline is reporting that Anna Pacquin, the kiwi actress from True Blood has done a deal with HBO that will see her and husband, Stephen Moyer’s production company CASM, develop content for the US cable network on a two year deal.

With their long-running vampire series coming to an end this summer, True Blood stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are staying in business with HBO. Continue reading »

The seventh season of True Blood premieres on SoHo at 8:30pm on June 24th

We’ve had some pretty cool stuff to give away this week but this is your last chance to get yourself in the draw.

Pick one (or more) of these cool draws to enter, fill out the form and get ready to check your email.

On offer are:

Trueblood Snuggle Pillow

Three copies of Teen Beach Movie on DVD

Mr T Bobble Head Piggy Bank

Star Trek Door Chime

We’ll be drawing winners on Sunday so we can get everything shipped out first thing Monday.

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Another former Doctor Who actress will return for the show’s 50th anniversary special later this year. Jemma Redgrave, who played The Brigadier’s daughter Kate Stewart in season 7, will reprise her role alongside Matt Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Billie Piper and David Tennant.

Huge price for Star Trek prop

A prop phaser rifle used by Captain Kirk (William Shatner) in Star Trek has sold at auction for US$231,000. It is the second largest sale on a prop from the show, with the captain’s chair selling in 2008 for US$304,750. Continue reading »

Porter to guest on Grey’s Anatomy

True Blood’s Adina Porter has scored herself a guest role on the new season of Grey’s Anatomy. The actress, who played Tara’s mother Lettie Mae Thornton on True Blood, has been cast as a character called Dr Ramsey.

Homeland producer sells new drama

Homeland producer Howard Gordon has sold a new drama series to the Fox network. The former 24 showrunner will join forces with Chronicle writer Max Landis for the supernatural police drama. Continue reading »