“True Blood”: Season four premieres Sunday on HBO; second episode airs immediately after on xfinityTV.com and HBOGO.com exclusively
The fourth season of “True Blood” debuts at 8 p.m. Sunday on HBO, and fans of the show who subscribe to HBO on Comcast can exclusively go to xfinityTV.com and HBOGO.com to view the next episode a week earlier than its airdate, according to a news release.
The season four premiere will be available there as well.
Episode two will also be accessible on the XFINITY TV app and On Demand to Comcast HBO customers.
XfinityTV.com recently talked to “True Blood” Executive Producer Alan Ball and quizzed him for his list of essential episodes worth re-watching to get viewers up to speed.
His list, provided by XfinityTV.com, is as follows:
“TRUE BLOOD” EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ALAN BALL’S MASTER LIST OF ESSENTIAL EPISODES
1. Season 1, Episode 2: “This is the first time Sookie (Anna Paquin) drank Bill’s (Stephen Moyer) blood, and the first time they kissed.”
2. Season 1, Episode 5: “This has the Civil War flashback and told how Bill was made. Also, it’s where Gran was found dead.”
3. Season 2, Episode 4: “In this episode, Maryann (Michelle Forbes) threw Tara a (Rutina Wesley) birthday party and you finally got a sense of what she was up to.”
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