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21 New Pictures, 3 New Posters and a Trailer for 'True Blood' Season 4

New season begins Sunday, June 26

I think the last time I watched "True Blood" was midway through the third season, but I recently received the third season Blu-ray which hits shelves next Tuesday, May 31 so I'll be able to catch up on what I missed as HBO is set to premiere the first episode of season four, "She's Not There," on Sunday, June 26 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) and the promotion is already underway.

In this single post you will get the season four trailer you see up above, the three new posters you see below and a batch of 21 images from the season's first episode on the second page of this article.

I can also tell you that starting this Sunday, May 29, HBO GO users will get a sneak peek at the first 3 minutes of the season four premiere episode with additional previews airing on HBO Go on subsequent Sundays leading up to the season premiere.

All that said, here are the posters followed by the batch of 21 hi-res images on page two. Enjoy!

I wonder, are many of you still keeping up with this show? Are you excited for the season four premiere? I really enjoyed this show when I was watching it on a regular basis, primarily because it was so outlandish and over the top and all of the actors seemed to own their characters to the point you accepted virtually any plot twist the writers threw at you. I thought it was a lot of fun.

Photo: HBO
Photo: HBO
Photo: HBO

Click the "Next Page" link to check out the 21 new pictures.

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  • Matt

    "True Blood", "The Killing" and "Justified" are the only three dramas I watch these days, but Season 3 was a little weak in my opinion. But Season 4 looks terrific, so I'm really hoping that it lives up to my expectations!

  • Alex G

    True Blood used to be one of the best shows on TV, to me. Last season was really weak, and I have to say, I'm really not that excited for this season. That said, Seasons 1 and 2 are terrific and totally worth the watch. True Blood is sexy, scary, funny, and thrilling at its best, but last season was a major misstep because most of that was gone. Hopefully True Blood will redeem itself with Season 4.

    And to the poster above me, you need to watch Game of Thrones, buddy! That could be the best show on TV at the moment.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alejandro-Roggio/1487010008 Alejandro Roggio

    Brad, I love that you posted this. TV is so much better than movies today, I think that you should start covering more TV stuff on your website. I know you are ridiculously busy when it comes to movies, but you should get some new writers and add some TV content because I cannot help but think that TV is superior today.

    • 30 Rock
    • Boardwalk Empire
    • Breaking Bad
    • Burn Notice
    • Desperate Housewives
    • Dexter
    • Episodes
    • Glee
    • Grey's Anatomy
    • House
    • The Killing
    • Mad Men
    • Modern Family
    • True Blood
    • The Walking Dead

    So much variety from the outrageous high school melodrama in Glee to the hospital sex-frenzies in Grey's Anatomy to the more serious period pieces of Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men. I think TV is where the creative minds are mingling right now and think you should join up.

  • A K D

    This show is amazing and I usually wait to get shows on Blu-Ray because I can't stand waiting week to week and so next week I will watch Season 3. I don't think I’ll be able to resist not watching Season 4 on TV this time around though. Eric is my favorite character on the show so far but I’m sure that is about to change with “Brad” (Joe Manganiello) from How I Met Your Mother now on the show and as a Werewolf no less!

  • Winchester

    I like the show, but I'm a little behind on it. I'm getting Season 3 bought for me for my birthday soon, but have only seen seasons 1 and 2 so far.

    I'd have to agree, it's OTT-ness is part of the appeal. It's popcorn nonsense, but I'll be damned if it isn't top quality popcorn nonsense.

    I though the first season was better than the second - the second kinda got bogged down with Maryann towards the end and once they left Denver the final four episodes dragged a bit.

    I've heard mixed things about Season 3 but I shall be finding out how I find it in the near future.