The vamps, werewolves, faeries, shifters and humans of Bon Temps will be back for another season.
Hbo announced Monday, the series has been picked up for a seventh season which will air next summer.
“’True Blood’ remains a signature show for HBO, and a true phenomenon with our viewers,” said HBO programming president Michael Lombardo in a statement. “Thanks to Brian Buckner and his talented team, the show continues to be a thrill ride like nothing else on TV.”
CBS has unveiled the sixteen young men and women, who will be living in the house during the reality series’ 15th cycle. The cast includes Season 13 winner Rachel Reilly’s sister Elissa, pizza-delivery boy McCrae, pageant coordinator GinaMarie, political consultant Helen, and lifeguard David.
‘Big Brother” upcoming season premieres soon, and CBS has released pictures of the “modern chic” house.
Also revealed Wednesday, are the new twist of the summer. The first twist of the season is, instead of the norm of two Houseguests being nominated each week for eviction, three contestants will be nominated during this season.
In addition, the second twist will allow fans to vote for the Houseguest, who “they feel is playing the best game.” The Houeguest with the most votes will be the Big Brother MVP of the week.
“The Big Brother MVP will force the houseguests to rethink their strategies. With America rewarding good game play, it doesn’t pay to be a floater this summer,” said Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan, Executive Producers of the reality series in a statement.
These twists are sure going to change the game this season.
“Big Brother” premieres June 26 at 8/7 on CBS. The series airs Sundays 8/7, Tuesdays 9/8.
“America’s Next Top Model” 20th cycle will premiere this August, with a two-hour premiere on Friday, August 2 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
“Big Brother” is set to return on Wednesday, June 26 on CBS. [EW]
“Good Morning America” weather anchor Sam Champion has been booked to host The Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, along with HLN network’s A.J. Hammer and Robin Meade. Champion, Hammer and Meade will host the awards live on June 16 from the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
‘The Wendy Williams Show’ has been renewed through 2016-2017. [Variety]