True Blood Season 7: Meet the Newest Character!

April 15, 2014

Brigette the Microbiologist:

HBO's true blood season 7Over the years many Truebie fans have complained at the extensive and sometimes confusing list of characters that arrive and depart in every season of HBO’s True Blood. Well it seems Season 7 is no exception to this rule! Not only have two new villains been introduced to play alongside long time resident baddie, Sarah Newlin, but we now have a microbiologist to add to the list!

According to E! Online, we have the following details:

We’re going back in time to meet Bill’s parents, William Compton Sr. and Margaret Compton in 1855. We’lll also see Caroline Compton (Shannon Lucio) give birth to one of Bill’s kids in the 1850s. And in the present, get ready to meet Brigette, a smokin’ hot…microbiologist.

So, it’s only a small snippet of information, but it still leads us to wonder why exactly there would be a microbiologist in True Blood Season 7? Could she be investigating what is going on with those rabid, zombie-like vampires we saw at the very end of True Blood Season 6? That seems completely likely. However, some are wondering why Brigette’s inclusion in True Blood was noted alongside the reported flashbacks to Bill Compton’s (Stephen Moyer) past –  is there a possible connection between the two? Only time will tell.

Make sure you tune in for the premiere of HBO’s True Blood Season 7 on June 22nd 2014 to find out!

Let us know your theories as to why True Blood would need a microbiologist in its final season by commenting below!

Source: E! Online - Spoiler Chat: Scoop on True Blood, The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones and More

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True Blood Season 7 Spoilers: Bill Compton

April 15, 2014

Prepare for More Flashbacks to Bill’s Past:

Stephen Moyer stars as Bill/Billith in HBO's True Blood Season 6With the start date announced for HBO’s finale season of True Blood, fans are starting to wonder how everything will be tied up neatly in a mere ten episodes. For those of you who are particularly fond of vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), there has been some interesting spoilers released in relation to his role in True Blood Season 7.

With fans concerned about what would happen to Bill after turning into a blood puddle and reanimating as Lilith/Billith at the end of Season 5, and then with all his adventures in Season 6, it will be very interesting to see how this season will pan out for him.

And now, with the announcement that there will be a flashback involving Bill, how will this tie in to his constantly evolving story line? Well, here at TrueBloodNet, we have compiled a list of Bill Compton spoilers – read ahead with caution!

What to expect:

  • The flashback will occur in the 1850′s – 1855 according to E! Online. There we will meet Bill’s parents, Margaret and William Compton, Sr. Not sure why we need to see Bill’s parents, since he was turned after he was married to Caroline (Shannon Lucio), but it must be important.
  • Another flashback is due to occur in 1862 (which is only three years before Bill’s ‘death’). According to Examiner.com, Bill will be clashing with some local residents of Bon Temps about his views on the Civil war that was raging at that time. A casting sheet in relation to this scene reveals a 5-year-old Sarah Compton will also be present.
  • A spoiler site (although Examiner.com did not reveal which one), has claimed that we will also see a flashback to the 1850s where fans can witness the birth of one of Bill’s children.

So what does all this mean? Will Bill be fighting with his inner demons yet again? Or will there be a final closure for him? Let us know all your thoughts and theories in the comments below!

Sources: Examiner.com - ‘True Blood’ season 7 spoilers: Bill’s past, a new character and more villains

E! Online - Spoiler Chat: Scoop on True Blood, The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones and More

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VIDEO: HBO’s Spring Preview Teases With Snippets of True Blood Season 7

April 9, 2014

Sookie, Alcide, Pam, Bill, Tara, Jason and More:

HBO Spring Preview 2014 - True Blood Season 7 promo video stillRecently, HBO announced the start date for True Blood Season 7. With this being the finale season of the popular vampire series, fans are desperate for any news of what to expect.

What We Know So Far:

While all this news is awesome, what we are all desperate for now, with the show’s premiere date less than three months away, are new promo stills.

Well, HBO has managed to deliver in that department. With the release of their special Spring Preview 2014 video, we finally get some tantalising shots of True Blood Season 7!

You can watch the full promo video below, but, as WetPaint pointed out, you need to pay particular attention to the following video times (in seconds): 0.00, 0.07, 0.13, 0.26, 0.38, 1.19, 1.26 and 1.26.

So, yet again, we have news on plenty of True Blood stars, but the elusive Eric Northman still hasn’t made an appearance.

Let us know what you think of this video promo of HBO’s shows by commenting below!

Sources: YouTube - Spring Preview 2014 (HBO)

WetPaint - True Blood Season 7: Watch the First Footage From the Final Season! (VIDEO)

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First Promo Video for True Blood Season 7!

April 3, 2014

True Blood’s Teaser Video Announces Start Date:

True Blood red posterWell, I don’t know whether to be happy or sad at this news! HBO have just released their very first trailer video tease for True Blood Season 7. It is short and oh so bitter sweet in showing us all the characters we have lost over the last six seasons. The video also finishes up with the announcement that True Blood Season 7 will commence on June 22nd 2014.

Yay!

Except that then in only ten short weeks following that start date, True Blood will be finished. FOREVER.

And will ten weeks really be enough time to satisfactorily wind up all the story lines? While Season 6 saw a decline in plot and sub plot numbers, there are still plenty of loose ends that will need tying up this year. Especially so since HBO recently announced two more villains for this season. And fans are eagerly asking the following questions:

  • Will Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and Alcide (Joe Manganiello) end up together?
  • Is Willa (Amelia Rose Blaire) coping as a new vampire on her lonesome?
  • Will Layfayette (Nelsan Ellis) get a new love?
  • When will Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) return to cause more trouble?
  • How are Tara (Rutina Wesley) and Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) going?
  • And, most importantly for many – did Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) survive his extreme tan?

But, alas, we will just have to wait and see what the writers have in store for us. While waiting really does suck, having to find a new vampire addiction after the end of Season 7, is probably worse.

Let us know what you think of the first teaser video for True Blood Season 7 by commenting below!

Source: YouTube - True Blood Season 7: Graveyard Tease (HBO)

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True Blood Season 7: Amelia Rose Blaire Drops A Delicious Hint

April 2, 2014

Is Willa Involved With a Different Crowd Now?

Amelia Rose Blaire stars as Willa Burrell in HBO's True Blood Season 6It turns out that Amelia Rose Blaire was a fan of vampires and HBO’s True Blood long before she wowed the producers in her audition for Willa Burrell. Winning the part was just the icing on the cake, as far as she was concerned:

I had watched (“True Blood”) since the beginning, so I was a fan, and I knew everything that had happened in the previous seasons, and getting to work with HBO, I mean, it’s a pretty incredible package to be offered. I never expected to book something like this.

While she may have never dreamed of working on the True Blood set, we sure are glad she auditioned in the first place, since Willa has, over such a short period of time, become a fan favorite.

Now that Willa has gone from being daddy’s little girl to Eric Northman’s (Alexander Skarsgard) little girl, what else could possibly be in store for her in Season 7? According to Amelia Rose Blaire, it’s a new crowd to hang out with!

So far this season, I’ve gotten to work with a very different group than I worked with last season.  The things I’m doing to prepare now are very different than what I did last season, because Willa’s in a different place.

Well, isn’t that intriguing? While Willa was mainly focused with Eric and the vampires directly surrounding him in Season 6, there is a whole other world of characters she could get mixed up with in Season 7 – especially now her new vampire daddy burst into flames at the end of Season 6! Will she be spending some time with Sookie (Anna Paquin) down in Bon Temps perhaps? Or will there be loose ends to catch up on with her father’s colleagues? Maybe she’ll help out around Fangtasia? There are many options for her this season.

But Amelia is keeping quiet about what else may be happening in True Blood’s final season:

I have no idea how it’s going to end or where it’s going. But we’re moving very fast towards something, and I’m excited to see what it is we crash into. I think it’s going to be the perfect end.

What would your perfect end be for True Blood? let us know in the comments below!

Sources: Trib Total Media - So Many Questions: Actress Amelia Rose Blaire gets to the point of ‘True Blood’s vampires

First To Know - Amelia Rose Blaire’s ‘True Blood’: Entering a World of Sex, Southern Drawls, and Vampires

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Ryan Kwanten Confirms True Blood Favorites WILL Die in Season 7!

April 2, 2014

Ryan Kwanten Confirms True Blood Favorites WILL Die in Season 7!

Which True Blood Stars Won’t Make the Finale?

During the Oscars, Access Hollywood was able to spend a little time with True Blood star Ryan Kwanten (who plays beefcake Jason Stackhouse) and in true style, got straight to the delicious crunch of what will be going down in True Blood Season 7. With Ryan confirming that only one third of Season 7 having been recorded yet, there is still time for things to change dramatically!Ryan-Kwanten-10-300x186

While Season 7 is the next – and final – instalment of the HBO vampire show, there are plenty of loose ends to be tied up in only ten short episodes. The Season 6 finale bought us a new virus, Hepatitis V, which affects vampires. As a result, Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) and Vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer) came up with the plan to team healthy vampires up with healthy humans in a bid to keep the infection rate under control. How this will work considering a huge infected container of Tru Blood bottles made it out of the depot before it was realised, is anyone’s guess.

Add into the mix the fact that Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) is still out there after Jason set her free rather than kill her at Vamp Camp and the fact that Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) was left burning to a crisp somewhere in Sweden and there is plenty of scope as to who might be the next to die in Season 7.

So what did Ryan have to say about it all? Well, you can find out in the video below!

Let us know your predictions for who will die in HBO’s True Blood Season 7.

Source: Access Hollywood – Ryan Kwanten: ‘True Blood’s’ Final Season Full Of Surprising Deaths

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True Blood Season 7: Baddies and Troublemakers

March 31, 2014

‘Mr. Gus’ and ‘The Figure’ Will Shake Things Up:

HBO's True Blood Season 7 Promo Pic Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard)With only two months to go until the premiere of HBO’s True Blood Season 7, fans are starting to wonder how things will unfold. Besides the obvious questions about our beloved characters whose lives were left hanging in the balance in the Season 6 finale, fans are now wondering who will be the new villains of Season 7.

Well, thanks to TVLine and E!Online, we have some news for you!

Besides the fact that Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) is still on the run and potentially returning to cause more havoc in the seventh and final season of True Blood, there are two new characters we now need to keep an eye on.

The Figure

Okay, now right off the bat, I getting a comic book feel to this character. Who is called ‘The Figure‘ anyway? Will he simply be hiding in the shadows and popping out occasionally to vaporize his victims? Does a character with a name like that even speak? Apparently he does:

He’s described as “scary, hulking, ugly, mean and crafty… like Leatherface or Jason Voorhees, but this guy talks.”

is how Michael Ausiello described this character.

To thicken the plot, it seems this character will appear in Episode 1 of Season 7 (entitled ‘Jesus Gonna Be Here‘, and directed by True Blood actor, Stephen Moyer). Considering this character has just had a casting call to appear in an episode which was reportedly filmed back in January 2014, it will be interesting to see how Season 7 will unfurl.

I also wonder if The Figure will have anything to do with the Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Tara (Rutina Wesley) flashback that is supposed to occur in this episode?

Mr. Gus

Next up we have Mr. Gus. According to E!Online, they can’t wait to see this guy show up in Season 7:

He’s a Japan native who has fully embraced the “everything’s bigger in Texas” way of living. The only thing bigger than his lavish, southern lifestyle? His quest for revenge, and trust us when we tell you, you do not want to cross him.

Now this sounds intriguing. I wonder who he has a vendetta against? There are so many choices. Who do you think he is going to exact revenge on? Let us know in the comments below!

Sources: TVLine: Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Good Wife, True Blood, P’hood, Game of Thrones, Scandal, TVD and More

TVLine: True Blood Exclusive: Stephen Moyer to Direct Pivotal Episode From 7th (and Final) Season

E!Online: Spoiler Chat: Glee, Pretty Little Liars, Orphan Black, The Big Bang Theory and More!

E!Online: Spoiler Chat: Once Upon a Time’s New Villain, The Mindy Project’s Couple Conundrum and More!

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True Blood’s Bailey Noble Will Become a Series Regular in Season 7

September 17, 2013

Half-Fairy Adilyn Bellefleur Gets a Promotion:

Bailey Noble stars as Adilyn in HBO's True BloodWhile HBO’s True Blood may be entering it’s last season with Season 7, that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for promotion.

At the end of Season 5, we saw the birth of four half-fairies. Maurella (Kristina Anapau) left her fairy babies in the hands of her human lover Andy Bellefleur (Chris Bauer) along with the instructions that he must raise at least half of them to adulthood.

True Blood Season 6 found Andy at a lost on how to how to raise fairy babies that literally grew over night! Unfortunately, he couldn’t keep to the rules either and only one fairy child survived: Adilyn (played by Bailey Noble). Adilyn helped Sookie (Anna Paquin) out from between a rock (Billith, played by real-life husband, Stephen Moyer) and a hard place (Warlow, played by Robert Kazinsky) and now the pair are the only halfings left in Bon Temps.

It seems HBO have plans for Adilyn in True Blood Season 7, since she has now been upped from recurring character to series regular. It will be interesting to see just what sort of trouble this will bring for Adilyn, considering fairies are like candy to vampires – will she live to see the finale?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: Hollywood Reporter - ‘True Blood’s’ Bailey Noble Upped to Series Regular (Exclusive)

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BREAKING NEWS: HBO Announces After True Blood Season 7 it Will Be Dead and Gone

September 3, 2013

How Will it End for Sookie Stackhouse?

Ann Paquin (Sookie Stackhouse) and Stephen Moyer (Bill Compton) star in HBO's True BloodIt is with a heavy heart that I break the news today: HBO’s True Blood Season 7 will be the last. After the summer of 2014, we will no longer be able to tune in and find out what’s going down in the wacky little down of Bon Temps. We will no longer be able to swoon over Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) as he sits upon his throne in Fangtasia. Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) will no longer have to flip his famous burgers and Ginger (Tara Buck) will be silenced for good.

HBO’s president of programming, Michael Lombardo had the following to say via a press release yesterday:

“’True Blood‘ has been nothing short of a defining show for HBO,” noted Lombardo. “Alan Ball took the books by Charlaine Harris, assembled a brilliant cast led by the magnificent Anna Paquin in the role of Sookie Stackhouse, and crafted a show that has taken its many devoted fans on an unforgettable journey. Alan passed the baton to Brian Buckner, who led our fantastic writers and crew in crafting a spectacular sixth season, and he will lead us through the seventh and final season of this amazing show. Together with its legions of fans, it will be hard to say goodbye to the residents of Bon Temps, but I look forward to what promises to be a fantastic final chapter of this incredible show.”

So, how do you think HBO and Brian Buckner will end this show? Will it follow the books closely in regards to who Sookie ends up with? Will Bill (Stephen Moyer) finally, truly redeem himself with Sookie and the audience? Only the summer of 2014 will be reveal all your True Blood answers!

Source: DreadCentral.com - HBO Not Renewing True Blood Beyond Season 7

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True Blood’s Sarah Newlin: Villain, Crazy or Prophet of God in Season 7?

September 2, 2013

Anna Camp Talks About Being Sarah Newlin:

Anna Camp stars as Sarah Newlin in HBO's True Blood Season 7Fans of HBO’s True Blood found the emergence of an unexpected villain in Season 7. While Governor Burrell (Arliss Howard) was instantly recognizable as the bad guy, it was the return of Steve Newlin’s (Michael McMillian) wife, Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) that turned out to be the true villain of True Blood Season 7.

Apparently it was a surprise to Anna Camp also!

I had no idea at first. Each script I got was a bigger and bigger surprise. Sarah always wanted to be the brains behind everything; the woman behind the man. She takes over so unexpectedly, and I don’t know if she was qualified. She thinks she’s cool under pressure, but I don’t think she was prepared to get all that power. She wanted to be Truman’s wife, have a family with him and get into politics and write more books…I don’t know if she was ready to walk down the halls of vamp camp.

Camp also thinks that Sarah Newlin may be very close to slipping over the edge from bad guy and into the realms of crazy. Now that the previous reverend’s wife is a killer, things are beginning to slide downhill for Newlin. Her whole venture into ‘doing God’s work’ is now running the fine line between that and pure insanity. Each thing she does seems to create a new dilemma that makes the last deviation from good seem like a walk in the park compared to the task now at hand.

So How Far Will Sarah Newlin go in True Blood Season 7?

According to Anna Camp, Sarah Newlin is now on a mission to finish what she started. Her hate for vampires has stemmed from the fact that her missing sister was addicted to V. Now, with the dismantlement of vamp camp, Newlin will probably be holed up somewhere, scheming her next plan of attack. And thanking God for making Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) set her free to continue following what she considers the righteous path.

Camp expands on this during an interview with HBO:

She knows what she’s done – I don’t know if anyone ever deserves to die, but she’s certainly been asking for it. But again, to her it’s just another sign from God that she’s doing the right thing. It’s just more fuel to her fire: “I am right. I am God’s tool. He’s speaking through me.” It’s another notch in her belt of craziness… I see her turning into a weird zombie of a woman. I think being sent away will make her more powerful in a sense. She’ll shut down and become a robot for God.

And what does Anna camp think would happen to Sarah Newlin if she was turned into a vampire like her husband?

Getting turned vampire would be the cruelest punishment for her – it’s everything she abhors. I believe if she were turned, she’d commit suicide. She’d crawl to the top of a church and have the whole town there or something. And while she’s frying, scream, “Death to all vampires!” Getting turned and living forever would mean that they won. Taking that away from them, even if it meant killing herself, would be a win for the humans.

So, how far do you think Sarah Newlin will go in True Blood Season 7? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: HBO - Interview with Anna Camp

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