HBO is about to unveil a new way for fans to keep up with True Blood.
The network will announce on Friday a production blog called “Inside True Blood” that will give fans behind-the-scenes details of production on season four. The idea was prompted by the success of the network’s production blog on Game of Thrones.
The blog will have real-time contributions from Gianna Sobol, assistant to series creator Alan Ball, straight from the set.
The first post goes live tomorrow at 9 a.m. at www.inside-true-blood-blog.com and all I know is it contains this sentence: “Today’s call sheet includes the words ‘hostage,’ ‘bites,’ ‘dinner’ and ‘Eric.’”
Source: Inside TV
Inside True Blood Blog: Q&A with Allan Ball
Now I don’t want to give away too many details, but today’s call sheet includes the words hostage, bites, dinner and Eric. There is also a General Safety Memo When Working with Exotic Animals attached to the front. This is one dangerous place to be, and things are as big and crazy as ever. But it’s a long road from now until the premiere of Season 4. There is a lot of work to be done and a lot of waiting to suffer through. But you needn’t do that alone, I am here to provide your weekly dose. So keep checking back for news on production, plus a little backdoor peek at how things work around here. And just to whet your appetites, here’s a quick Q&A with Alan:
Gianna: What are you most excited about this season?
Alan: I really love the Eric storyline.
1 Comment to "HBO Launching “True Blood” Blog"
Me too! Waiting sucks And now Alan Ball says that he loves the Eric storyline. He should give some details