Tim Robbins to Star in Alan Ball's New HBO Dysfunctional Family Drama
Grey's Anatomy's Jerrika Hinton Joins Alan Ball's New HBO Drama Series — Is Stephanie on Borrowed Time?
Is Stephanie about to hang up her white coat at Grey’s Anatomy?
Holly Hunter to Star in Alan Ball's New HBO Family Drama Series
HBO Orders Alan Ball-Produced 'Tragicomic' Family Drama to Series
HBO is betting on Alan Ball for a third time.
The cable network has ordered to series a contemporary family drama from the Six Feet Under and True Blood producer READ MORE
True Blood's Alan Ball Talks Finale Carnage, the Sookie-Eric-Bill Triangle: 'Some People Change'
If True Blood itself were a vampire, Alan Ball would be its all-knowing sire. And when I spoke to the series’ creator (who’s stepping down as showrunner) at Comic-Con, he said that bidding good-bye to his fangy family was tough.
Not so tough, though, that he slimmed down the number of casualties in the Season 5 finale. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
True Blood Boss Alan Ball to Step Down as Showrunner After Season 5
TVLine Items: All My Children Online Update, Psych's Ratings Boost and More!
Let’s hope this really is a done deal: All My Children‘s Lindsay Hartley has revealed via Twitter that Darnell Williams (aka Jesse Hubbard!) is set to join her when (or if?) the soap relaunches on The Online Network next year. READ MORE
True Blood Scoop: Rutina Wesley Will Be Back For Season 5... But In What Form?
And Rutina Wesley thought getting kidnapped and duct taped to a toilet by a crazed vampire sucked. In the closing minutes of Sunday’s True Blood finale, the actress’ seemingly cursed alter ego, Tara, jumped in front of a bullet intended for her BFF Sookie and got her brains blown out. Literally.
“I have to say it was actually kind of cool having my brains blown out,” confesses Wesley with a laugh. “All of the special effects and everything… It was cool.”
If she sounds surprisingly chipper for someone who just lost her job on one of TV’s most successful shows, it’s probably because well… READ MORE