As the regular TV season winds down, HBO’s anticipated summer season of television is inching closer. Today the cable network just announced the premiere dates for their long-running series returning in the middle of the summer. True Blood is back for a 12-episode fourth season run which will debut Sunday, June 26th at 9/8c, so you know summer is going to be bloody and sexy. Larry David’s hit comedy series returns for a 10-episode run for the eighth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm (which we already know will have a guest appearance by Ricky Gervais ) on Sunday, July 10th at 10/9c. Finally Entourage returns for eight episodes for the series’ eighth and final season on Sunday, July 24th at 10:30/9:30c. The series has had a good run, but Vinny Chase has about all the ups and downs his career can handle. Should be a hell of a summer on HBO.
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It's good to be back.