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:
Trying to get True Blood executive producer Alan Ball and the cast of the HBO series to give away anything about the upcoming fourth season is not easy. Oh, but how they love to tease! During Saturday's PaleyFest panel, we heard all about fairies, demon babies, amnesia (poor Eric!) and why — brace yourselves — Sookie and Bill are doomed for the time being.
Bill's not getting back into Sookie's, er, good graces any time soon. It's going to take a long while for her to get past Eric's...
Series creators Heuton and Falacci wrote this one perhaps explaining a stronger sense of both the open and closed mystery aspects of the drama that was present in the previous two episodes and the greater attention to mathematical detail So to get right to the spoilers I missed the explanation of why the LAPD would ask the FBI to look into a vehicular manslaughter case I know the team initially saw this as vehicular manslaughter because they didnt see the original suspect stagger out of the trunk of the street-racing car he was suspected of running into a coffeeshop Hence the first strong open mystery thread we the viewers know that their suspect lying in a coma in a hospital was not driving in the illegal race but no one else does except perhaps the assailant who stomped his head So we waited for the FBI and academic investigators to determine this Then there were the closed mystery questions of who assaulted the suspect and who the actual driver of the cr