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In the NBC’s live production of The Sound of Music, Capt. Von Trapp will be a vampire…or will be played by one at least. True Blood's Stephen Moyer has been cast as the head of the Von Trapp family who falls for his governess, Maria (Carrie Underwood).

When awesome characters die, we mourn. When awesome characters die in a lame way, we’re peeved.

D.E.A.R.

Drop Everything and Read (EW recaps)

Um so…about Eric last night on True Blood…let’s just say he’s been added to our list of unforgettable nude scenes.

Nice, True Blood. Very nice.

Though True Blood is still going strong (hey, Billith!), Charlaine Harris’ long-running book series chronicling the adventures of a mind-reading barmaid and her (many) supernatural lovers finally comes to an end this May with Dead Ever After. We’ve got an exclusive book trailer — as well as scoop from Harris on what’s next for her.

Joe Manganiello is writing a fitness book called — deep breath — Joe Manganiello’s Evolution: The Cutting-Edge Guide to Breaking Down Mental Walls and Building the Body You’ve Always Wanted.

Long title; great abs.

I’m 16, so I’m a little timid. I’m just worried about going to jail. So at the first bar, I was kind of scared. But then the girls were like, ‘Come over here!’ And we all started drinking off the tap. By the time [we got to] the second or the third bar, one of the bars had those cowboy doors. And by then I was f–king lit, and I was feeling it. So I kick those cowboy doors in and I go, ‘AAARRRGH!’ And the whole bar full of adults turns and goes, ‘AAARRRGH!’ And it was on. I’m leaning on the bar, squirting [the rum] in their mouths, squirting it in mine. I was singing Marilyn Manson covers with the band by the end.

Joe Manganiello — who turns 36 today — on playing Captain Morgan in Pittsburgh bars from the ages of 16 to 21.

Happy birthday, bro.

It’s your last chance to vote in our 5th Annual EWwy Awards, which honor actors and shows snubbed by the Emmys. Who will take home a coveted sheep-shaped trophy? Here, once more, are your nominees:

BEST DRAMA
Fringe
The Good Wife
Justified
Revenge
Sons of Anarchy

BEST ACTOR, DRAMA
Dustin Hoffman, Luck
Charlie Hunnam, Sons of Anarchy
Hugh Laurie, House
Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead
Timothy Olyphant, Justified

BEST ACTRESS, DRAMA
Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries
Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy
Madeleine Stowe, Revenge
Anna Torv, Fringe
Kerry Washington, Scandal

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, DRAMA
Walton Goggins, Justified
Joel Kinnaman, The Killing
John Noble, Fringe
Michael Pitt, Boardwalk Empire
John Slattery, Mad Men

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DRAMA
Kristen Bauer van Straten, True Blood
Erika Christensen, Parenthood
Lena Headey, Game of Thrones
Kelly Macdonald, Boardwalk Empire
Maggie Siff, Sons of Anarchy

BEST COMEDY
Community
Happy Endings
How I Met Your Mother
Louie
Parks and Recreation

BEST ACTOR, COMEDY
Will Arnett, Up All Night
Johnny Galecki, The Big Bang Theory
Rob Lowe, Parks and Recreation
Joel McHale, Community
Adam Scott, Parks and Recreation

BEST ACTRESS, COMEDY
Courteney Cox, Cougar Town
Laura Dern, Enlightened
Patricia Heaton, The Middle
Laura Linney, The Big C
Martha Plimpton, Raising Hope

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, COMEDY
Aziz Ansari, Parks and Recreation
Donald Glover, Community
Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation
Chris Pratt, Parks and Recreation
Danny Pudi, Community

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, COMEDY
Alison Brie, Community
Gillian Jacobs, Community
Zosia Mamet, Girls
Eden Sher, The Middle
Casey Wilson, Happy Endings

Vote vote vote vote vote!

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