'True Blood' News: Season 4, Kwanten's Sex Book and Snoop Dogg's Sookie Rap
'True Blood' News: Season 4, Kwanten's Sex Book and Snoop Dogg's Sookie Rap
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
In news good enough to sink your teeth into, HBO has renewed True Blood for a fourth season.  It can hardly be considered surprising since the season 3 premiere brought in over 5 million viewers, making it far and away HBO's top show.

Unfortunately, after the current third season ends, fans will have to wait another year until season 4 comes in the summer of 2011, but that's a small price to pay for more True Blood.

True Blood is available on Amazon Prime.

Ryan Kwanten: Sexpert

In equally awesome news, Ryan Kwantem, who plays the sexy if not-so-bright Jason Stackhouse, will soon be a published author with The G Strategy, a self-help book for guys looking to get a little action.  That's right, not only does Kwanten play an authority on getting women into bed, but he's just as knowledgeable in real life.  The book will be released some time in 2011.

This news instantly reminds me of the SNL Digitial where Tom Brady teaches valuable lessons on how to avoid sexual harassment lawsuits by being attractive and not being unattractive.  When you look like Ryan Kwanten, you don't really need a strategy to get women into bed.

"Oh Sookie"

Finally, if you haven't seen it yet, I urge you to watch Snoop Dogg's music video for his song "Oh Sookie," which isn't just a passing reference to True Blood - it's all about True Blood.  There are fewer things cooler than watching Snoop Dogg rap about Sookie sucking Eric's blood or calling shapeshifting Sam a bitch.

(Image courtesy of HBO)

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