There's a werewolf heading to Two and a Half Men.
Brit Morgan, who played werewolf Debbie Pelt on HBO's True Blood, will guest-star on the Season 10 premiere of the CBS sitcom, playing a (human) love interest for Walden (Ashton Kutcher), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Get ready to meet the werefather!
Robert Patrick has been cast as Alcide's father on True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Patrick will portray Jackson Herveaux, whose debt to ...
True Blood had quite an action-packed Season 4 finale: Sookie renounced Bill and Eric. They killed a Vampire Authority member. Tara took a bullet for Sookie, who shot Debbie Pelt in the head. Alcide murdered the packmaster. Lafayette killed Jesus. Jason revealed to Hoyt that he slept with Jessica. Steve Newlin showed up as a vampire. And Russell Edgington escaped. All caught up?
True Blood Scoop: What is Tara's fate?
If your head is still spinning from all that, then Sunday's fifth season premiere (10/9c, HBO) won't make it slow down anytime soon. We're sworn to secrecy from revealing just about anything from Season 5... but the cast isn't! Creator Alan Ball, stars Anna Paquin, Joe Manganiello and more open up about what's in store, including new romance, Tara's fate and the return of the most dangerous vampire on earth: Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare). Get the scoop:
1. Sookie's future: As if the Stackhouse home hasn't seen enough damage...
Bon Temps is not an easy place to live, and Tara Thornton is one native who's suffered from sticking around her hometown.
Tara (Rutina Wesley) paid the price for being Sookie's (Anna Paquin) friend in the Season 4 finale of True Blood when she selflessly jumped in front of the shotgun blast that Debbie Pelt (Brit Morgan) intended for Sookie. The finale left fans wondering if Tara could possibly recover from the giant hole in her head, as Sookie cradled her seemingly lifeless body. Will anyone come to their rescue?
True Blood Trailer: Who dug up Russell Edgington?
True Blood has brought witches, werewolves and vampires to life over the last three seasons, but everything you think you know about the supernatural beings will be upended this season.
"Everything you thought you can count on, you can't," executive producer Alan Ball says. "Vampires are not stronger than certain humans, shapeshifters can do things other than shift and there are ghosts."
Here are 10 things we do know about what's coming up, straight from the cast of True Blood: