If you saw Sunday’s episode of HBO’s “True Blood,” you saw hotter than hot Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) and Eric Northam (Alexander Skarsgard) lock lips and have the kind of… More
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I just realized that the month is nearly over! In less than one week, we will be wrapping up the month and I think the reason time has gone so fast is due to the World Cup. But enough of the futbol madness that has taken over my house. What will be fresh and new to watch tonight?
June may mean the end of the school year or the time to start thinking about vacations but here on the LGBT page (which has a snazzy new design if… More
It’s finally Thursday and we are officially one day away from kicking off the weekend! I don’t know about you guys, but I’m ready for some fun TV watching to wind down from my hectic day at work.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The final book in Charlaine Harris’ best-selling series about telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse provoked such an outcry that some fans sent death threats and curses…. More
You’ve been waiting all week and finally–it’s Friday! But today is no ordinary Friday. It’s the Friday when Jonathan Rhys Meyers makes his debut as “Dracula” on NBC at 10pm!
Brace yourselves, “True Blood” fans; the end is near. HBO Programming president Michael Lombardo said on Tuesday that the vampire drama will end its run next year following its seventh season, which will launch next summer.
Warning spoilers ahead! After watching fan favorite Eric Northman burn in the sun during the season finale of “True Blood,” and leave his fate up in the air, series producer… More
Midway through the season six “True Blood” finale, “Radioactive,” I was upset that the show had wrapped up the engrossing Vamp Camp storyline the week before the finale and Sookie’s… More
“Life Matters,” the penultimate episode of this sixth season of “True Blood,” was both action-packed and slow as molasses. Everything that seemed like it would happen at Vamp Camp in the finale happens this week. There is also the longest funeral in television history. Terry was a great guy, but his memorial service took up half the episode, which seems excessive.