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True Blood Trailer



Here's the trailer for HBO's True Blood series based on Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse books. The show stars Anna Paquin as Sookie and premieres September 7th. If you're a Sookie fan, I want to hear what you think of this sneak peek.

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  1. Anonymous12:02 AM

    I saw an early version of the first episode, and it was pretty good. I'm not sure if I'm crazy about Anna Paquin's Sookie, she seemed a bit over-the-top to me. But maybe she'll settle in or I'll get used to it.

    Bill was delicious, which is just not fair because Bill is a jerk.

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  2. Haha! Alan Ball is the Man! This will definitely rock (and be gruesome, violent, and sexy). I may end up watching a lot of it alone...

    Just knowing that Ball is a Sookie fan makes me smile :)

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  3. Hey, Deety! I'm happy to hear the first ep. is good. I have to say the trailer has me all tingly. And from what I can see of him, I definitely agree. Bill=hot. And I needed a longer glimpse of Eric...

    Hey, Mike. Yep, I'm thinking it will be the bomb. It's just so awesome and crazy that this series made it to an HBO series.

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  4. You know, I think it looks okay - watchable at least!

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  5. I'll be checking it out for sure.

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  6. Its amazing HBO picked this up. I totally want to watch it.

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  7. I know. We may have to try the first few episodes on On Demand to see what we think.

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