True Blood, Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer

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True Blood: 3-D is so last year. Now, it's all about graphic novels. HBO and IDW Publishing will premiere an all-new comic book series based on True Blood at this year's Comic-Con. As if you needed yet another reason to get your geek on in San Diego. Readers can look forward to new storylines for Sookie and the gang, and probably the hottest hand-drawn scenes ever. We bet Jason Stackhouse's (Ryan Kwanten) abs are just as beautiful in cartoon form. Check out this message from creator and executive producer Alan Ball, and get ready for the season three premiere of True Blood June 13!

We've also got scoop for you Gleeks, and those who are anxiously awaiting the return of Jersey Shore. Anyone? Oh, don't lie...

Glee: The description is out for the highly anticipated (OMGOMGOMG) Madonna episode! Titled "The Power of Madonna," the April 20 episode revolves around Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) teaching the Glee Club girls to find empowerment and inspiration from Madonna hits, including "Express Yourself" and "Like a Prayer". Empowering women? We wonder why the song collection of that Hills star who still shan't be named on E! Online wasn't explored...

Jersey Shore: So, will they call it the Florida Shore? Pics of the gang arriving at their new digs in Miami Beach have made their way to the Net, and there is a mob of fans already lined up. Oh, and guess who's back? Angelina!

Brothers & Sisters: We love new power couples (see: Andy and Erin on The Office). After all, someone has to step in after Robert (Rob Lowe) leaves. According to TV Guide Magazine, the writers are mulling over the idea of jumping forward one year in order to build up Luc (Gilles Marini) and Sarah (Rachel Griffiths) as the new central couple. And we dub them...Lucrah.

Fringe: It's the little things, folks. How cool are these on-set posters urging people to "report signs of paranormal activity"!? I want one for my office. Plus, a spoilery look at a pretty chaotic scene they were shooting in Vancouver.


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