TRUE BLOOD Renewed for Season 7

     July 15, 2013


HBO has renewed the soapy vampire drama series True Blood for a seventh season.  The show is currently halfway through its 10-episode sixth season, and while ratings have been slightly down compared to years past, the show remains as nutty (and uneven) as ever.  The series went through a bit of a change this year as creator Alan Ball stepped down as showrunner following season five, handing the reins over to new showrunner Mark Hudis—who himself was replaced halfway through production by current showrunner Brian Buckner, who will remain onboard for season seven.  Nevertheless, Vampire Bill and the gang will return for another season next summer.  To catch up on our recaps of season six thus far, click here.

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  • Nate B.

    Noooooooooooooooo, please make it stop! Hopefully this will be the final season so HBO can free up the slot for an actual good show, don’t even care if its new, I’ll take Wire, Six Feet Under or Deadwood reruns over this tired vampire s**t.

    • TheMattedScreen

      I gave up just before the finale of season 4 – couldn’t take it anymore and from the sound of things, haven’t missed anything SSDD

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