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Witches of East End will return on Sunday, June 29. Check out the promo for the second season below:

Date: April 22nd | Category: Promos, The Witches of East End, Videos
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine

According to official synopsis for TVD 5×21, our doppelgangers, manage to flee from Markos’ (Raffi Barsoumian) control but that doesn’t mean they’re home free. Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) find themselves stranded in yet another remote area and essentially they are trapped. Whilst trapped, Stefan gets in touch with his inner-Socrates and decides to wax philosophical; he has plenty of advice to dish out about romance and relationships. However, he’s not talking about himself and Elena — he’s referring to his brother Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) relationship with her.

Meanwhile, Liv (Penelope Mitchell) and her equally blond brother Luke (Chris Brochu) conjure up a treacherous new plan. And in case that wasn’t enough to fret over, Damon recruits the one true good human left, Matt Donovan (Zach Roerig), as well as Matt’s BFF Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), to assist him in luring Markos into a trap. But — SURPRISE! — their strategy results in a completey devastating outcome.

As for Bonnie (Kat Graham), she’s worried about the Other Side collapsing and swallowing her Grams, witch friends and her anchor self whole. Worried about her fate as well as all her loved ones, Bonnie fills Caroline (Candice Accola) in on the mega secret she’s been harboring. Finally, while Bonnie searches desperately for a way to stop Markos, Caroline is witness to an unthinkable act of violence by one of the Travelers.

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Date: April 22nd | Category: Photos, Vampire Diaries
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine

Some of the best moments in television come with the opening sequences, titles, credits or introductions for our favorite series on the box. From dramas, to comedies, it seems that HBO shows put a lot of effort into their openers and set up what’s usually a fantastic series, and now True Blood’s opening credits have made a list of the 15 best credits since the year 2000.

Who can forget the fabulous opening sequence of True Blood? Even before we met our favorite vampires, those credits let us know that something special was about to begin. They are iconic in how they totally reflect the feeling of the show and Jace Everett’s song was probably the greatest find in TV history. His song,‘Bad Things,’ combined with the scenes from the opening credits, let’s you know you’re in for more than just your run-of-the-mill, small town, backwoods story.

Alan Ball found the song on ITunes after listening to hundreds of songs.  He originally intended it to be a “filler” until he found a better song, but after it was mixed with the video, he decided to keep it.  We’re so glad he did.

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True Blood’s creator, Alan Ball is quoted as saying:

Title Sequence (Digital Kitchen, Seattle) – “I didn’t want actors’ faces paraded in front of me.” He described trying to evoke “a sense of tension” of “getting drunk and doing something with someone you wouldn’t normally do” and the craziness of the Bible Belt. That tension between the religious/spiritual and our primal natures. “Both represent a longing for a transcendent experience.” As for those critters and nature shots, Mr. Ball suggests that here, “the supernatural is a deeper manifestation of Nature, and that humans have lost the ability to receive.

Digital Kitchen did those opening credits, and I thought it was great. They just got nominated for an Emmy, so it’s apparently not just my opinion. The song helps the images, but the images help the song just as much. I think they did a phenomenal job.

Gary Calamar, music supervisor for True Blood told the story at the Sync Up Conference a few years back at the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Speaking of “Bad Things” Calamar said, “It was a placeholder, it was my job to find the song.“ What is news to us is what Calamar shared about the runner up.  He said that one of the songs seriously considered for the slot was CC Adcock’s “Bleed 2 Feed,” which Adcock had personally submitted for the production’s consideration.

Of Adcock, Calamar said, “He’s a great musician and a great – I don’t know if hustler is the right word — hustler in the best sense of the word,” Calamar said. Alas, “Bad Things” won out.

At the end of the day, we could not beat it,” Calamar said. “It had the right mix of menace, humor and sex.“ “Bleed 2 Feed” did end up in an episode, and on the show’s first-season soundtrack album. ”We were able to repurpose it,” Calamar said.

As we go into the final season of our favorite show, let’s remember the magic that happened in September 2008 when True Blood aired it’s first episode on HBO.  When I saw those opening credits, I knew this was going to be a great show.

source: femalefirst.co.uk

Date: April 21st | Category: True Blood
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Vixen Mistress

HBO has shown a new video promo for the upcoming Season 7 of True Blood. They call it a “tease,” and that’s just what it is. We get a tiny bit of information, but that’s about all for the upcoming season.

In the video, we hear Sookie talking about what’s happening. She talks about an attack at the church and that it was another ambush and was the sick vampires. She wonders how our government could leave everyone for dead and worries about the good folks of Bon Temps turning on each other like animals. She asks why?

Date: April 21st | Category: True Blood
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