The cable network gives a preview of what's in stores in 2010, including also its line-up of original series such as 'Broadwalk Empire' that comes from award-winning Martin Scorsese.
HBO has just released its annual yearender that teases also what's coming in 2010. "2009 was a big year for HBO, but 2010 will be just as big," the cable said in the promo. Among the returning shows that get the first look is "True Blood" and among the new shows is miniseries "The Pacific".
Unfortunately, the promo that utilizes the song "This Could Be the Year" by Ryan Star, only displays a few second of Bill-Sookie moment as well as a brief glimpse of Sam and Jessica with her fangs out. It is doubtful that any of the scene is new since production has just been kicked off this month and it's unlikely that the footage come out of it. The contrary happens to "Pacific" that gets a new footage of wedding and war scenes.
"True Blood", entering its third year, will be premiered in June while "The Pacific" that has ten episodes will be premiered on March 14. Other shows which are expected to come back during the summer are "Eastbound & Down", "Entourage", "Bored to Death" and "Hung". Meanwhile, the TV films that follow the success of "Grey Gardens" are "Temple Grandin", "The Special Relationship" and "You Don't Know Jack".
New series that will be introduced next year are drama "Treme", comedy "How to Make It in America", and another drama "Broadwalk Empire".
HBO is the network that gets the biggest number of nominations at 2010 Golden Globe Awards. Pocketing 17 nods in total, HBO has the chance to win through Anna Paquin, "Taking Chance" and Bill Paxton among others.