Thursday, January 27, 2011

True Blood

True Blood is an American television show produced by Alan Ball, filmed from a series of novels by Charlaine Harris, "The Southern Vampire Mysteries"[1], telling a co-existence of vampires and humans in Bon Temps, a fictional town in Louisiana. Series focuses on Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), the telepathic barmaid who falls in love with a vampire Comptonie Bill (Stephen Moyer. Serial is transmitted in the cable television network HBO in the United States. It is produced by HBO, with the production's Ball, Your Face Goes Here Enterainment. He was released 7 September 2008. The first season he won critical acclaim and won several awards including a Golden Globe and an Emmy. The second, 12-episode season premiered June 14, 2009 year. July 30 the same year, HBO has confirmed the extension of the third season of the show, "which begins on 13 June 2010. 21 June 2010 HBO announced a fourth season of the show, whose premiere is scheduled for summer 2011.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

New episode of House

Still have to wait until the 17th of January until the new episode of House MD. What is going on with this series? I really wish they didn't break it up like that!

The synopsis is already online for the next two episodes. They sound fun. I really can't wait until the 17th..

And the award season is coming and House seems to be doing pretty well with all the awards!

Monday, January 10, 2011

Dexter Season 6

All into Dexter again. I took a break between seasons 3 and 4, I didn't like the third one. The fourth season is really good one, almost as good as season 2. It's really creepy. Season 5 starts a bit slow, but it's understandable after the ending of season 4..

Where I finished watching last night it seams that Dexter will have to kill another innocent person (first being that photographer, who was not the killer after all but his assistant was). I don't think he will kill this girl that witnessed him killing the creepy dead animal collector, but he has to think of something, or he'll be in trouble again.