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By Andrew Sims (@sims) at 1:19 pm, July 15, 2013 | Reviewed by Brandi Delhagen

True Blood season 7 is a go, HBO announced today.

“True Blood remains a signature show for HBO, and a true phenomenon with our viewers,” said Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. “Thanks to Brian Buckner and his talented team, the show continues to be a thrill ride like nothing else on TV.”

True Blood season 7 will hit HBO in summer 2014. In addition, showrunner Brian Buckner will return to be executive producer.

Bucker took over season 6′s production in March in the midst of filming the season following the sudden departure of Mark Hudis, who had replaced Alan Ball after season 5.

True Blood season 6′s latest episode aired just last night – see our recap and discuss the storyline with fellow fans.

  • CJ

    Yay!!! Season 6 has been amazing so far. Great news!

  • Michael

    I was so happy to hear the news on twitter this morning. Im so excited! I love this show (even though it fails to follow most of the original source material). I can’t wait to see what they have planned for us next year!

  • Jesse

    Stopped watching this season about 35 minutes in. Not interested anymore.

  • straight cheese ppl

    Biggest p.o.s. show in the history of p.o.s. shows….

  • Tyler

    Yes! This season has been the best since the first 3 and hasn’t stopped surprising me! The show is truly going in the right direction again.

  • Ashley

    This is great news, been following this show since the beginning, but I wonder how long they plan to continue this show for?

    • blahblah

      this is the final season

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