True Blood – Videos, Photos and Cast

Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, and Lucy Griffiths in True Blood

Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, and Lucy Griffiths in a scene from 'True Blood' season 5 - Photo by John P Johnson/HBO

Starring: Anna Paquin, Alexander Skarsgard, and Stephen Moyer [full cast list under the 'Cast' tab] Series Premiere: September 7, 2008
Season 2 Debut: June 14, 2009
Season 3 Debut: June 13, 2010
Season 4 Debut: June 26, 2011
Season 5 Debut: June 10, 2012
Genres: Drama, comedy, fantasy
Running Time: 1 hour
Network: HBO
Based On: Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse book series
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The Synopsis: Thanks to a Japanese scientist’s invention of synthetic blood, vampires have progressed from legendary monsters to fellow citizens overnight. And while humans have been safely removed from the menu, many remain apprehensive about these creatures “coming out of the coffin.” Religious leaders and government officials around the world have chosen their sides, but in the small Louisiana town of Bon Temps, the jury is still out.

Local waitress Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), however, knows how it feels to be an outcast. Cursed with the ability to listen in on people’s thoughts, she’s also open-minded about the integration of vampires – particularly when it comes to Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), a handsome 173 year old living up the road. But at the service of Bill’s less virtuous vampire associates, Sookie is drawn into a series of catastrophes that will put their love to the test.

'True Blood' Resources

Anna Paquin – ‘Sookie Stackhouse’
Stephen Moyer – ‘Bill Compton’
Alexander Skarsgard – ‘Eric Northman’
Sam Trammell – ‘Sam Merlotte’
Deborah Ann Woll – ‘Jessica’
Jim Parrack – ‘Hoyt Fortenberry’
Ryan Kwanten – ‘Jason Stackhouse’
Rutina Wesley – ‘Tara Thornton’
Nelsan Ellis – ‘Lafayette Reynolds’
Chris Bauer – ‘Andy Bellefleur’
Todd Lowe – ‘Terry Bellefleur’
Carrie Preston – ‘Arlene Fowler’
Kristin Bauer – ‘Pam De Beaufort’
Joe Manganiello – ‘Alcide Herveaux’
Kevin Alejandro – ‘Jesus’
Lindsay Pulsipher – ‘Crystal Norris’
Jessica Tuck – ‘Nan Flanagan’
Dale Raoul – ‘Maxine Fortenberry’
Janina Gavankar – ‘Luna’
Fiona Shaw – ‘Marnie’
Denis O’Hare – ‘Russell Edgington’
James Harvey Ward – ‘Felton Norris’
Allan Hyde – ‘Godric’
Courtney Ford – ‘Portia Bellefleur’
Ryan Kwanten, Lucy Griffiths, Alexander Skarsgard and Rutina Wesley in True Blood

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True Blood Comic Con Trailer Season 5

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True Blood Season 5 Trailer

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True Blood Season 5 Waiting Sucks Behind the Scenes

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Jessica's True Blood Video Diary

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Click to Watch the Season 4 Episode 3 Trailer

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  • brentmulholland

    The show is beyond awful. I just watched the one where it’s getting colder because the “egg is the energy source and is gone” nonsense. People are dying because it’s so cold but no one has an actual winter coat. You can’t see anyone’s breath. The scenes where the black guy escapes from prison and gores himself on a stalagmite are hysterical. The science teacher/”expert on everything” says it’s getting colder because the dome is rotating the upper atmosphere to the ground. It just goes on and on.

    I am embarrassed for Steven Spielberg.

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