‘True Blood’ sinks fangs into new Showrunner
It seems that True Blood has a new executive producer. Stepping down is Mark Hudis who took over producing duties from Alan Ball for the sixth season of the hit HBO series.
Taking over the day to day production duties on the series is Brian Buckner.
According to Hollywood Reporter Hudis has stepped down in order to develop new projects as part of his deal with the cable channel.
Buckner, who has been with the series since the start, will take the reigns on the sixth season, which is currently in production.
Hudis joined the HBO series in Season 4 as a co-executive producer. He was promoted to showrunner after Ball announced his plans to leave the vamp drama after Season 5 in order to focus his attention on his Cinemax original series Banshee.
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