HBO is giving a treat to its fans. Did you know that you now can watch True Blood online for Free? See Stephen Moyer in his iconic role of Bill Compton from the very first season. Watch it for free on HBO Now and HBO Go.
Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin will take part in the upcoming CrossFit Unites. Professional CrossFit sits in limbo, so they’re doing something about it.
Finally, we have a firm date for the second season of CASM’s Flack which will premiere on UKTV’s W channel on Monday, April 13th at 10 pm.
Flack Season 2 will not air on Pop TV this month, as previously scheduled because of programming changes and commitments from a merger with Viacom-CBS.
Pop TV has released an extended trailer for Season 2 of its dark comedy “Flack,” introducing viewers to the show’s newest cast members, including Sam Neill, Daniel Dae Kim and Martha Plimpton.
Sad to say that Stephen Moyer missed escorting his wife to the Vanity Fair Party at the Oscars last evening, what a disappointment for them both.
Stephen Moyer’s latest TV series, Fortunate Son is a Canadian production that is set there and focuses on the turmoil around the Vietnam War.
365 Flix International is the company that is producing Stephen Moyer’s upcoming film, G-Loc. Now, they have released a poster for the film.
Stephen Moyer is interviewed by Wilson James for the In Between Podcast today, January 24, 2019. Listen to Steve talk about his acting jobs and directing.
News Flash – Stephen Moyer is scheduled to be on the “In Between Pods” on Thursday, January 24, 2020.
Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020, in Los Angeles, California.
While the holidays are over and 2020 is here, it’s nice to see some additional celebrations going on. It’s also nice to look back on the past year of 2019!
The 2nd episode of Fortunate Son aired last night on CBC. Below is a cute interview with the 3 leads who play the game, “Take it or Leave it.”
Pop TV has set 10 p.m. Friday, March 13, for the Season 2 return of dark comedy Flack, starring Anna Paquin. The premiere date was announced Monday during the network’s presentation at TCA.
Listen to Stephen Moyer talk about his character in his new CBC series, Fortunate Son Podcast, and he talks about True Blood and his role of Bill.
Stephen Moyer’s new series, “Fortunate Son” begins it’s run on TV tonight. You can watch it on CBC or on YouTube (with subscription).
Stephen Moyer is returning to the small screen again with his new Canadian series “Fortunate Son”. The series takes place at the time of the Vietnam War.
Cutest Couples #7 is Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. While they weren’t nominated, they did get this prize and are on the list as #7.
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer attend the Golden Globes 2020. The couple walked the red carpet and posed for some pictures.
Season 1 of CASM’s series, Flack starring Anna Paquin is now playing on “Showtime’ with your Amazon Prime membership and also available on YouTube.
HAPPY NEW YEAR and a new decade 2020 to Stephen, Anna, and all the Stephen Moyer fans!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS to all theStephen Moyer fans! It’s been another eventful year for Stephen Moyer and there’s more to come. Keep with us as we chronicle his career.
FORTUNATE SON premiere CBC says that Stephen Moyer’s new spy drama which is inspired by a true story will begin on January 8 at 9pm!
Stephen Moyer posted a photo from the CBC Winter Media day for “Fortunate Son.” We also have some a premiere date and some pics of Stephen from the series.
Today, Stephen Moyer posted a nice photo of himself with his lovely wife, Anna Paquin announcing that Season 2 of their UK series, Flack has wrapped filming.
Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin attend “The Irishman” International Premiere and Closing Gala – 63rd BFI London Film Festival today in London.
We, once again wish Stephen Moyer a very Happy Birthday today October 10, 2019. Happy Birthday Steve, may you have a wonderful day!
Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin The Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts And Sciences 2019 New Members Party during the 63rd BFI London Film Festival