According to IMDB, he’s previously starred in a lot of British television series.
Or possible hook-ups intended to bring in publicity for a TV show.
[From Us, print edition, September 29, 2008] I don’t get HBO so I don’t know how good this show is, but I loved Moonlight on CBS even though it was super-corny. I’m always suspicious when co-stars are rumored to be dating because it’s the easiest way to get free PR for a TV show or movie, but these two actors don’t seem like the type to sell out their personal lives for publicity.
to a close after its upcoming seventh season was the correct one — so believes leading man Stephen Moyer. TVLINE | Brian also said the final season will focus more on Bill-Sookie, specifically the Bill-Sookie-Alcide triangle. I’m directing the first episode, as you probably know, and I haven’t seen [the script]. I don’t think that there is a right or wrong answer.
“I think they made the right call to say, ‘Let’s finish it on a massive run of 10 episodes,'” he tells TVLine, adding that the cabler considered extending the series through an “It was either going to be one season or two seasons… But it’s very difficult with a show like ours to keep finding a Big Bad and creating all the drama around it.” RELATED | TVLINE | When I spoke to Brian at the end of Season 6, he mentioned that this final season would be a reset of sorts for Bill. The characters can’t [always] be who the audience — or the actor — wants them to be at all times. A bunch of people loved Bill and Sookie together, but a whole bunch of people . As [series creator] Alan Ball once said, “I’m not interested in people being happy.” And I’ve always said, as soon as you see one of our couples get together, you know [they’re] f—ed. I think a bunch of people would be happy if that was the story and a bunch of people would be pissed off if that was the story. Around Episode 4 or 5 [of every season] we always start getting panicked about that season ending, because it’s a f—ing family.
He specifically said that he doesn’t want to see Bill be an a–hole anymore. As soon as Hoyt and Jessica got together I was like “No! I don’t read that s–t, so I don’t care, ultimately. She would probably say, “Sookie should go off and become a barwoman in New York.” TVLINE | How are you feeling emotionally about this chapter of your life coming to an end? That word is bandied about a little bit too much, but it really does feel like [a family].