'True Blood' Tease Builds Expectations; 'Game Of Thrones' Looks Like A Queen Video

If these promos don't help HBO pull in the ratings, they have a pretty cool at the very least.

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‘True Blood’ Season Four Teaser Offers More Of The Sexy Same

It's been a while since "True Blood" aired, so if you remember it being a legal drama, this teaser will remind you it's not. The teaser trailer for season 4 of "True Blood" has hit the Internet, and it's sole purpose appears to be reminding everyone what "True Blood" is all about, including, but not limited to: soap opera-style rivlalries, shirtless dudes, sassy Sookie, and a bunch of people punching each other. Also, Jason appears to be tortured in bed, and not in a sexual way. The clip is soundtracked by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, in case you needed another selling point. Enjoy the sweaty beautiful people and catch the season premiere on HBO, June 26th, and 9PM.


'True Blood' Teaser Pours One Out For The Fallen Homies

Everybody dies. Again. This teaser for the final season of True Blood takes a look back at some of the fine folks we've lost along the way. The ones that didn't get eaten or explode into goo at least. However, it also takes a look forward to remind us that this is the final season which means it should be even more batsh*t than usual. Just how crazy can this blood-drenched soft-core porn that has already scarred our brains irreparably get? We can't wait to find out.


Sookie Goes To Electric Fairy Land In 'True Blood' Clip

Fairy Land looks like a really high-end Olive Garden. [post-album postid="30873" item="5"] If you ended True Blood" season three by being all, "Aww, what the fuh?!!," when Sookie zapped off to the Fairy Realm, HBO has your back. They just released the first three minutes of of the season four premiere that picks up where the last season left off. Sookie is beamed into a high-end Olvie Garden where everyone is eating light bulbs and having a good time. And Lumbergh is there. Sounds trippy but it's pretty mild by "True Blood" standards. I mean nobody gets their head bashed into goo while being sodomized. Are the writers even trying anymore??


‘True Blood’ Season 4 Trailer Brings On The Witches

Just like 'Shrek Forever After'. With the fourth season of"True Blood" gearing up to show us naked dead things on June 26th, HBO has released this trailer. And much like Shrek's fourth adventure, this time there are witches. But that's not all that's coming to Bon Temps. We also see what we've all come to love about the show. Vampires trying to repair their image in the post-Russell Edgerton world, blood-covered sex, non-blood-covered sex, panther sex, shape-shifter sex, and strippers. Just like all the best Snoop Dogg videos. I never thought I'd say it, but I can't hardly wait to watch all of this blood-covered sex with panthers. **screams "Hurry up!!" at Kittens Wearing Glasses wall calendar**


The Rest Of 'True Blood' Season 4 Looks Craaaazy

Everyone's killing or humping one another. Sometimes both. [post-album postid="218554" item="1"]Looks like all the set up going on in the recent episodes of  True Blood is going to pay off in major ways. HBO whipped up the above trailer for Comic-Con and, holy shit. Holy shit, you guys. Explosions, witches kicking vampire ass, Sookie getting guns pointed at her at least 25 times (estimate), Jessica being all horny and hungry, and Sookie and Eric knocking boots. These events are going to take my creepy fan fiction to a whole 'nother level.


Everyone Wants A Piece Of Nucky In The 'Boardwalk Empire' Promo

Nucky Thompson gets swarmed with people like he's Hannah Montana up in this piece. While I'm not sure this qualifies as a "teaser," the newest Boardwalk Empire promo from HBO certainly doesn't offer us too much in the way of plot development that we couldn't already assume on our own: Nucky struts down the street like he owns the place because he sorta does, however the mood quickly goes from jovial to abject dread, as he crosses paths with well-wishers and sketchballs alike before meeting the gaze of Ms. Schroeder. We're reacquainted with most every player in the story, as most of them lived though the first season, but I get the feeling that not everyone is long for this world. This being a cable drama, everyone has their favorite character, and I gotta say that mine is Chalky White. You take Omar from The Wire and dress him up like Andre 3000. Anyone who doesn't like that can get the hell out of my country. HBO takes us back to AC on September 25th. Hopefully the painfully deliberate pacing will pay off out of the gate.


Third ‘Game Of Thrones’ Trailer Hits HBO

The third teaser trailer for HBO's "Game of Thrones" premiered last night on HBO. Based on the books George R.R. Martin, the fantasy series will most likely fulfill every dork's wet dream (at least until The Hobbit hits theaters). The third teaser trailer for HBO's "Game of Thrones" premiered last night on HBO. Based on the books by George R.R. Martin, the fantasy series will most likely fulfill every dork's wet dream (at least until The Hobbit hits theaters). Considering the trailer featured the three B's of fantasy films (beards, blonds, and beheadings), I, myself, am not ashamed to say I was a little turned on by the whole thing, which is odd, considering the amount of radiation this laptop has pumped into my crotch. Thanks, HBO! (Deadline)


HBO Gets Medieval With 'Game Of Thrones' Trailer

"Then it's agreed. We're going to do a show based on "Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament." The first non-teaser trailer for "Game of Thrones" is up, and it looks exactly like HBO had a development meeting and the executives walked away saying, "Then it's agreed. We're going to do a show based on "Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament." The trailer focuses far more on the setting and period of the show than it does on the intricacies of the plot, which isn't much of a criticism, seeing as how this is the first real look at a show that is still seven weeks away from premiering, but it's doubtful that casual HBO viewers will be left salivating after this look. A dude gets beheaded, guys joust, a midget runs, and a few people have unnaturally blonde hair. Those are the big takeaways from the attached video. HBO may assume (perhaps rightfully) that people will ascertain the plot after watching the first episode, which many will simply because, hey, it's a new HBO series. (Warming Glow)