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So long suckers! HBO reveals new posters for 'True Blood'

Posted: 27 May 2014 09:10 PM PDT

Five different taglines used by network in final run of vampire drama.

To promote the seventh and final season of its famous vampire drama, which premieres on Sunday, June 22, the cable network has designed five new posters.

Rather than focusing on the stars of the series, HBO emphasises the show's dark humour in its new promotional materials, which have a minimalist red and white design.

"Goodbyes Suck", "One Last Bite", "Last Call", "Immortality" and "True End" are the taglines the network chose in an effort to attract more of its subscribers with the final run of True Blood. Viewership for the show, which follows the adventures of Sookie Stackhouse and her vampire friends, has declined steadily over the past two seasons. – AFP Relaxnews

Season 7 of True Blood will debut on HBO (Astro Ch. 411) on June 29.

Wang Leehom thanks wife for getting pregnant

Posted: 27 May 2014 09:00 AM PDT

Couple just got married five months ago.

Hugging and kissing his wife of five months, pop star Wang Leehom announced at a party after his recent concert in Xian, China, that they are having a baby.

Doctoral student Michiko Nishimura, alias Li Jinglei, is said to be five months pregnant, reported NetEase website. She wore a loose top and flats at the party, said the report.

Wang, who celebrated his 38th birthday recently, held his wife and said: "Thank you for giving me the greatest gift."

He announced that he and his wife would soon start a new life as "one plus one equals three", and kissed her, adding: "Thank you for always being with me."

He said he did not know the gender of the baby, but had nicknamed the child Wang Yi, or Wang The First.

Fans call the star Wang Er, or Wang The Second, and Yi has the fewest strokes, the singer said with a laugh.

He said he was moved to tears when he heard of his wife's pregnancy. His wife will give birth in Taiwan, where postnatal care is better, he added. – The Straits Times, Singapore/Asia News Network


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