HBO can't get enough Beyoncé. The network announced that it will air a 10-episode miniseries of four-minute Beyoncé concert performances starting June 29. Titled "Beyoncé: X10," the clips will air every Sunday night at 8:55 p.m. ET, right before the final season of "True Blood."
According to HBO's statement, all of the clips will be from the Mrs. Carter Show Would Tour. We can only assume this is a thing because "Life Is But A Dream," the Beyoncé-directed documentary about Beyoncé was the most viewed music-oriented special since 2003.
With an average of 11.4 million viewers a summer, it's not like "True Blood" needs a solid lead-in. But vamp fans can look at the specials as their very own pump-up speeches, intense performances of "Partition" or "Drunk In Love" -- yes, those will both be featured -- that get you in the spirit to watch Sookie and Alcide get it on. Queen Bey takes on Bon Temps.
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