One of my favorite things on True Blood promotion was always Jessica’s blog. I found it really great, I mean, she’s a teenager, and it was a great way to use the social media to promote the show without losing the character’s essence. I was thinking how would be the very last post of the blog, and… they shared her wedding book! After a very touching video of Bill, they shared lots of pictures of the ceremony. Well done, True Blood folks!
After the very last episode, cast and crew say goodbye after seven seasons in this behind-the-scenes featurette.
We’ll miss you, True Blood folks!
Zap2it published this week an interview with Deborah about her True Blood journey and her feelings about Jessica’s finale. Check it:
Zap2it: Were you surprised that it ended up being Jessica and Hoyt who were soulmates — or as close to soulmates as can exist on “True Blood”?
Deborah Ann Woll: Yeah, I was surprised. I had sort of been going down another track in terms of my thoughts about the character and where we were headed, and so it took me a bit by surprise too. But I also had a little bit of earlier notice. The showrunner [Brian Buckner] had spoken to me about his thoughts about doing that, but I didn’t know how it would happen. In true “True Blood” fashion, it happened very quickly. I was definitely surprised. I don’t know if I would say “soulmates.” I think Jessica’s had a lot of contenders. That was what was fun about it, that kind of kept us guessing, is that there were a lot people she could have been with.
At what point in production did you know this was the direction Jessica was heading in?
I knew generally the direction they wanted to take before we started shooting — generally that he was coming back and there was romance involved. What I didn’t know was sort of what form that would take; whether it was going to be a love triangle or whether that was end game or what.
It was a bit of a red herring too that Jason and Jessica had another hookup before the end. Was that important fan service to get in there before she ended up with Hoyt?
I think it’s important to show how much Jessica and Jason mean to one another. The scene in the car in episode 8 between Jessica and Jason is one of my favorites. I think that in another world, in another story, that could have worked. I think that they are really good for each other and I think that they love each other and I think they’re good friends. Just because of the story and the way that things went down, she ended up with Hoyt, but I think that it was important to show we all have a huge capacity for love, and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with feeling love for many, many people. I think she loves Bill, I think she loves Andy and Adilyn, I think she loves Sookie, and I think she loves Jason, and I think she loves Hoyt. The way things happened and at this point in her life, Hoyt is the person that she wanted to be with.
Screencaptures of the last amazing True Blood episode are now up to the gallery:
And here’s the promo for next week (aka the last episode ever) True Blood.
Glad Jessica made it. A character that wasn’t even in the books, that could be killed off without any ceremony, will be in the last episode. Sadly, there’s no video on Baby Vamp Jessica blog today, but you can read the latest post at babyvamp-jessica.com.
Only two more episodes to go.
But, hey, Hoyt is back! Eric is cured! And we have screencaptures added to the gallery!
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