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HBO Orders Second Helping of "True Blood"

True-Blood.jpgOnce viewers took a big bite of HBO's "True Blood," the cable network locked the show up for a second season.

After just two episodes, HBO signed the freshman vampire series for another season, according to MovieWeb. The show, which just recently debuted, showed a dramatic increase of 24 percent in viewership from the first to second episodes.

The show stars Anna Paquin as Sookie Stackhouse, a waitress who can read minds, all those except for a vampire named Bill (played by Stephen Moyer) who waltzes into her diner. It's based on the novels of Charlaine Harris and is produced by Alan Ball. -Chris Sardelli

Posted by Chris on September 18, 2008 11:50 AM
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