Drama TV Shows
Science Fiction and Fantasy TV Shows
TV Shows and Series
Blood
Vampires

True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

Based on Charlaine Harris's novel, “True Blood” is an American TV drama series created by Alan Ball. It has three seasons, with the first season winning various awards including an Emmy and a Golden Globe.

Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Drama TV Shows, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

How much does the cast of True Blood make?

Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, and Alexander Skarsgard all make $200K per episode. ...
Asked in Drama TV Shows, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

When is True Blood season 3 coming out on DVD?

According to Wikipedia.org, the last two seasons came out in May on DVD so I'm hoping that it will be then or maybe sooner. ...
Asked in Drama TV Shows, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

How many people watch True Blood?

The first season was rated a mean of 2 million viewers per episode. The second season was rated a mean of 4.2 million viewers per episode. The third season is currently rated a mean of 4.8 million viewers per episode. The number is actually way more then that since it's shown in many countries. ...
Kevin Stringer asked in True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries), Celebrities, Ask Me Anything, Television and Video

Answers with Nathan Parsons?

What's your "guilty pleasure" TV show? "Archer" probably. Does that count?...
Asked in True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

Why did Bill Compton and Sookie Stackhouse broke up?

In both the books and TV show, Bill and Sookie permantly broke up as of Book 3 'Club Dead' and as far as the show, I'm pretty sure if they still going by the book, that will be the same. But they broke up because Bill went back to his former lover and maker, and had sex, Bill had planned to pension Sookie off and stay with Lorena, and Sookie began to hate him for that. So they broke up. Personally,...
Asked in Baseball Rules and Regulations, Henry VIII, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

Is it true that a pitcher can be penalized by the umpire for licking his fingers if he has been warned?

Yes. Its called a "Spitball". A spitball is when a pitcher either licks his fingers, spits on the ball, or uses any substance (i.e.: cooking oil, gel deoderant) that has a slickness to it. This causes the pitcher to give an extra break on a pitch. (i.e.: Instead of the normal 22 rotation spins on a curveball, ittl go 25-30 times for more of a break) Answer Rule 8.02 of The Official Rules of Baseball: " The pitcher shall not -- (a) (1) Bring...
Asked in TV Shows and Series, Drama TV Shows, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

When is True Blood season 4 starting?

June 12, 2011 the first episode name i think is "She's Not There"
Asked in Drama TV Shows, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

When is True Blood season 4 coming back?

The premiere showing of the first of 12 episodes of True Blood (Season 4) will be on 26 June 2011. ...
Asked in True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

What episode does Sookie meet Eric?

Season 1 Episode 4 - Escape from the Dragon House. They meet for the first time in Fangtasia bar, owned by Eric. ...
Asked in True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

Does Sookie stackhouse end up with bill?

She does not end up with Bill, it actually turns out he was forced to go out with her but supposedly he fell in love in the process. He cheats on her with his maker and she doesn't really ever forgive him.... at least so far. Also, he's annoying, and a jerk, and superficial, and a liar, and thoroughly annoying! also, the author, Charlaine Harris has said that Sookie does not end up with a vampire my moneys on Sam or Quinn So far...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Law & Legal Issues, The Difference Between, True Blood (The Southern Vampire Mysteries)

What is the difference between a true bill and a no true bill?

At common law, and in many states, a grand jury can return charges in either of two ways. One is to vote on a set of charges submitted by a prosecutor; these charges are contained in a proposed indictment, and if the grand jurors decide there is probable cause to support the charges, they vote a "true bill," that is, they vote to return the indictment and initiate a criminal proceeding. If the grand jurors decide there is not probable cause to...