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TV Update: Yep, Even More True Blood Footage

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It's that time again, fangbangers! A full six minutes of the season four premiere of True Blood has been released, and this time it gets all kinds of crazy up in fairyland. Plus, we get more Gary Cole, and that is always a good thing.

So what exactly is happening with Sookie while she kicks it among the fairies? Plus, who does Nick Offerman want to play his other ex-wife on Parks and Recreation? All that, and updates on The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars and Criminal Minds in today's TV Update...

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Not that we would ever complain about getting another more True Blood footage, but we have to wonder if by the time Sunday, June 26, rolls around, we will have already seen the whole episode. If we get three minutes of footage twice a week until the premiere, will we eventually get all 42 minutes? Add it up, people! We became entertainment journalists mostly to avoid math at all costs. Whatever, just enjoy the clip!

Pretty Little Liars: Shay Mitchell tells that viewers can expect some flashbacks that will give us more insight into the events that led to Alison's murder.

Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation Mitchell Haaseth/NBC

Parks and Rec: Nick Offerman has named a little-known up-and-comer to come on and play his first ex-wife, Tammy No. 1. Her name is Oprah. Perhaps you've heard of her. He also tells that he wants to find out why Tammy No. 2 (Megan Mullally) is so terrified of her. Well, if it's Oprah, we can venture a guess why she's scared.

Criminal Minds: reports that there is still no deal in place for Thomas Gibson to return, and unfortunately, production will have to start without him.

The Vampire Diaries: Kayla Ewell talked to and promises Vicki will tend to unfinished business "with my brother, my boyfriend, my ex-boyfriend, with so many people." That's a long list, girl. Better get started! Start with Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen). He needs more screen time.

Critics Choice Nominations: Friday Night Lights is up for Best Drama Series, with Connie Britton and Kyle Chandler up for acting awards. And that is all we took away from the list of nominations. But if you need the full list (lots of your favorites got noms), we got all that plus the answers to some frequently asked questions about the awards.

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