Billith has risen!
True Blood returns for its sixth season Sunday (9/8c, HBO), picking up just moments after Bill (Stephen Moyer) drank the blood of original vampire Lilith (Jessica Clark), exploded and then resurrected from a pool of blood. Totally normal, right? But Billith will be the least of everyone's worries this season as Louisiana declares war on vampires. Not to mention, the mysterious Warlow is also coming after Sookie (Anna Paquin). With so much in store, TVGuide.com caught up with the cast of HBO's hit series to get the low down:
Things are about to heat up — literally — in this week's episode of True Blood when Terry (Todd Lowe) and his war buddy Patrick (Scott Foley) go in search of one of their comrades.
Though Patrick and Terry's story has been off to a slow start this year, it will pick up quickly once we learn what happened to their squad in Iraq through flashbacks. This, of course, is the catalyst for their friend Brian Eller (Brian Geraghty) apparently burning down everyone's homes — though he may not actually be to blame. To get the scoop on what's in store, TVGuide.com turned to Foley, who also discusses his upcoming comedy The Goodwin Games and dying far too many times in his career — Grey's Anatomy, Scream 3 and in Felicity's alternate universe, to name a few...
After a whole season of dealing with what can only be described as the creepiest baby on Earth, True Blood's Todd Lowe is really looking forward to acting with the adults again — which he gets to do in this Sunday's episode when Terry finally confronts his cousin Andy (Chris Bauer) about his V addiction.
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Yes, between all the witch-on-vampire drama, the werepanther kidnapping and a fantasy threesome, poor Andy has been struggling to get off vampire blood. It will be just as hard for Terry to convince Andy he's a better person without V. "It's emotional and we're going to see...
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:
Scott Foley will be swinging by Bon Temps for the fourth season of True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The actor will appear in one episode of Season 4 and would return if True Blood is renewed for a fifth season, which doesn't seem like something to worry about. The news was first reported by TVLine.