not your kid sister's vampires. From bodies to bullets to the requisite biting, the upcoming season looks like something even the most vampire-averse boyfriend would jump at the chance to watch.
While the series has always been, and presumably remains, a tale about equality as much as it is a story of the undead, the powers that be at HBO have gotten the message that America wants Sookie Stackhouse and we want her making out. Enjoy!
Bonus: At midnight on June 1, HBO is hosting live screenings in 50 cities around the country, featuring satellite Q&As with Alan Ball and cast members, a screening of the "True Blood: Season 2" finale and a sneak peek of what's to come, with an extended season 3 trailer. Check it out at www.facebook.com/trueblood.
Need a quick run-down of the new faces of True Blood? Check out TresSugar's season three primer.
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