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Vote for your favorite summer opening credit sequence

What was your favorite opening credit sequence this summer? Was it Teen Wolf? Suits? Futurama? Something else? Stop by and vote for your favorite!

by Carla Day

True Blood has a new big bad

The very bloody ‘True Blood’ season finale kills off one baddie — for good — while bringing a brand new one to light. Will this latest development make viewers excited for Season Six?

by Christina Furtado

Ratings Clack – What is that Olympic Promotion worth?

The first results of NBC’s Olympic promotion are in, and they’re not encouraging. Over on cable, the news was much better for TNT with their big series finale for ‘The Closer’, and premiere of ‘Major Crimes’.

by Brett Love

True Blood – Glamouring: it’s just like starting over

With just two remaining episodes of ‘True Blood’ this season, Russell Edgington has finally played his hand, Hoyt asks Jessica to glamour him, Bill sounds like a religious nut, Sookie may be a vampire offering, and in an unlikely turn of events, Eric grovels at Russell’s feet. Otherwise, it’s just another ordinary day in Bon Temps.

by Kim Tibbs

Ratings Clack – The Olympics continue to dominate

The Olympics continued to dominate all of television, moving into position to pass the Beijing games as the most watched TV event in US history. On cable, ‘Dallas’ wrapped season one on a good note.

by Brett Love

True Blood – Everybody wants to rule the world, including Bill?

With just three episodes of ‘True Blood’ left this season, we discovered who the Dragon leader was behind the Obama-masked shifters hate group, Bill seemingly betrayed Eric, there’s a new sheriff of Area Five, the Shreveport wolves are under Russell’s spell and it appears the vampire revolution is building to a crescendo. Can Sookie Stackhouse somehow save the day?

by Kim Tibbs

Ratings Clack – The Olympics Dominate TV

The London Olympic Games took over all of television last week. The networks largely went with the run and hide philosophy. The shows that did brave the games met with varied success, and failure.

by Brett Love
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