True Blood Finale Sees Suprising Deaths14 September 2010
True Blood Finale Sees Suprising Deaths
Last week, Joe Manganiello who plays 'Alcide' in the show, told MTV News, "I can tell you that there's going to be a lot of blood, a lot of sex, and a lot of people are going to die", and the actor was not wrong - the season finale saw a number of surprising deaths, with Compton at the centre of everything. The show's creator, Alan Ball, recorded a video that was aired on HBO after the final episode. In the short clip, Ball 'thanked' the show's dedicated viewers, whilst also promising a "really big, exciting, fun, crazy, unexpected ride", for season four.
True Blood is based on 'The Southern Vampire Mysteries' series of novels by CHARLAINE HARRIS, which details the co-existence of vampires and humans in a fictional US town. The show first premiered in September 2008, and was immediately critically acclaimed, winning several awards including a Golden Globe. True Blood season 2 hit screens in June 2009, and season 3 followed in June 2010.
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