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It's a wrap for HBO's 'True Blood'

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  • Ryan Kwanten, left, as Jason Stackhouse and Anna Paquin is Sookie Stackhouse in HBO's "True Blood," which will end its series run next year

      Ryan Kwanten, left, as Jason Stackhouse and Anna Paquin is Sookie Stackhouse in HBO's "True Blood," which will end its series run next year
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NEW YORK -- It's a wrap for the sexy supernaturals on HBO's "True Blood."

The network said Tuesday that the series will end next year, following a 10-episode season that will begin in the summer. That will be the show's seventh season.

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The series stars Anna Paquin as Sookie Stackhouse. Paquin works with her husband, actor Stephen Moyer, who plays a vampire. The real-life couple became parents of twins last year.

The show has been a hit for HBO at a time it was looking for something new. Episodes averaged more than 10 million viewers for the sixth season, which concluded last month.

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