March 5, 2011

True Blood

Mar 5, 2011
7:00 PM PT
Beverly Hills

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Creepy, sexy, and often hilarious, True Blood has summoned up an alternative world as divided, melodramatic, and deeply political as contemporary America. Adapted from Charlaine Harris’s ongoing saga, The Southern Vampire Mysteries, creator Alan Ball has extended the vampire mythology into the realms of werewolves, shapeshifters, fairies, and witches. For three seasons, True Blood has brought an adult eroticism and campy fun to the supernatural genre, while pondering questions of community and identity. Its large, diverse cast and ambiguous depictions of sexuality have earned the series critical acclaim. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLADD) recognized True Blood as “the most inclusive program currently on television, featuring six regular and recurring LGBT characters.”

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Kevin Alejandro, “Jesus Velasquez”
Marshall Allman, “Tommy Mickens”
Alan Ball, Creator / Executive Producer
Chris Bauer, “Andy Bellefleur“
Kristin Bauer van Straten, “Pam De Beaufort“
Nelsan Ellis, “Lafayette Reynolds”
Ryan Kwanten, “Jason Stackhouse”
Todd Lowe, “Terry Bellefleur”
Joe Manganiello, “Alcide Herveaux”
Stephen Moyer, “Bill Compton”
Anna Paquin, “Sookie Stackhouse”
Jim Parrack, “Hoyt Fortenberry”
Carrie Preston, “Arlene Fowler”
Alexander Skarsgard, “Eric Northman”
Sam Trammell, “Sam Merlotte”
Rutina Wesley, “Tara Thornton”
Deborah Ann Woll, “Jessica Hamby”

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