Holier-than-thou horndog Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) was last seen on HBO's True Blood as a minister's cheating Mrs. back in 2009. When the crazed character reappears in Bon Temps on June 30, we'll learn "she's written a best-selling book about what it means to be a Christian fighting vampires," Camp says. "And she's working her way into politics, because she's craving more power and fame."
That ain't all she's craving.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the sixth season premiere of True Blood. Read at your own risk.]
It should come as no surprise that the True Blood premiere featured a lot of death — including one that was first suspected at the end of last season.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the sixth season premiere of True Blood. Read at your own risk.]
Sookie Stackhouse and the gang returned Sunday for the Season 6 premiere of True Blood, but there was one person missing: former showrunner Alan Ball.
Welcome back, fangbangers! Season 6 of True Blood has certainly taken a dark turn, huh? (And that's saying something about a show in which most of the protagonists never see daylight.) Luna is dead. Eric and Pam are in a fight. The smarmy governor of Louisiana has declared war on vampires. Tara's been shot. Jason ran his truck off the road. And Bill, well... we still don't know exactly what happened to him...
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: