HBO’s ‘True Blood’ to End in 2014!

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TrueBlood_imageTalk about three seasons too late.  HBO announced today that the upcoming seventh season of “True Blood” will be the final season for the hit-show.  Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, and Alexander Skarsgaard were thrusted to the forefront of Hollywood celebrities and have had a huge following since the show debuted.

The past three seasons or so have not been all good “Bon Temp.”  When the show initially started, focusing on Vampires and the outing of their existence, the premise was fascinating.  Vampires would live on a synthetic blood drink titled, “True Blood” and humans would either accept or reject them into our society.  Everything was great until the show decided to introduce more “super beings” than Lord of the Rings.

We now have shifters, werewolves, witches, and about a whole plethora of supernatural beings that has made the show downright ridiculous.  Even though I jumped ship nearly three  years ago, I might make the transition back to see how it all ends.  Will Sookie die?  God, I hope so.

The seventh season, which is set to begin next Summer, will feature the final ten episodes of the series.

What do you think?  Are you happy or sad to see the show end?

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