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True Blood – The war on mainstreaming begins

‘True Blood”s vampire Authority decides to turn on Tru Blood as they continue to destroy mainstreaming. Bill seems to be spearheading this operation, but has he really joined his cause? Also, Sookie decides to keep her powers and investigate her parents’ deaths, and Tara and Pam get more and more awesome.

by Christina Furtado

Ratings Clack – Olympics are off to a great start

If there’s one thing we all have learned by this point… people, in the general, do like a good opening ceremony. As expected, the ‘Olympic Games’ got off to a great start for NBC. Over on cable, the starts weren’t quite as good for ‘Warehouse 13′ and ‘Alphas’.

by Brett Love

Quotation Marks – Warehouse 13, True Blood and Teen Wolf

Join the Clique as we look back at the last (two) weeks(s) in television quotes. If we missed your favorite, be sure to share it in the comments section!

by Ivey West

True Blood – Why does Sookie Stackhouse want to be normal?

Why does Sookie Stackhouse want to be normal? And we finally found out who let out Russell Edgington and why this week on ‘True Blood.’

by Kim Tibbs

True Blood – Russell stakes his claim

Russell Edgington is back, and ‘True Blood’ is better for it. It only takes one episode for him to stake an important fellow vampire. What does his return mean for the future of the Authority?

by Christina Furtado

Ratings Clack – Crimetime takes a back seat to the long ball

Baseball led the way on broadcast and cable last week, taking a bit of the shine off of premieres for ‘The Closer’, ‘Perception’, ‘Covert Affairs’, ‘White Collar’, and ‘NY Med’.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Olympic trials lead a slow holiday week as ‘Anger Management’ tumbles

A slow holiday week was headlined by gymnasts making a case to go to London on the broadcast networks. On cable, Showtime had premieres for ‘Weeds’ and ‘Episodes’ as Charlie Sheen took a big drop, but the big numbers were for the ‘BET Awards’.

by Brett Love
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