True Blood Season 3: Spoilers Still Coming In

June 15, 2010 by  

With the premiere of season 3 of True Blood, spoilers are still coming in from various sources to shed some more light as to what is going to be happening with our favorite characters. E!Online answered some fans questions regarding season 3 which will add to the speculations as to where the storylines are going this season.

Deirdre: On True Blood, is Jason Stackhouse going to get a new love interest this season?
According to Ryan Kwanten, yes! And it sounds pretty serious. “She may just stick around for a little while” Ryan tells me.

Reginald: I need to know more about this True Blood sex shocker that is so twisted. Who does it involve?
You learned one half of the party here and the other half, who will be revealed in the third episode, has this to say about it: “It was actually the most shocking thing that I’ve ever read in a television script. My jaw dropped on the floor when I read it and thought, ‘Oh my god, I actually have to do that.’ Here’s your script, pray that your parents will be okay when they watch this episode. They may not want to. It was a little uncomfortable, but we got through it and I’m working with the best people from the writers to the producers to the other actors and at the end of the day, I’d rather be on a show that’s provocative and pushes the envelope than one that doesn’t.”

Maureen in Fresno, Calif.: How is Jason going to recover on True Blood this season after killing Eggs?
As you saw in last night’s premiere, Jason Stackhouse and Officer Andy have a plan. Unfortunately, things aren’t going to unfold as neatly as expected—particularly when Andy becomes the town hero for offing “serial killer” Eggs, and Jason‘s left dealing from some serious guilt, and not just emotionally. Says the superdelish Ryan Kwanten: “There may be something on top of that, because [Jason‘s] mental faculties aren’t quite all there to start with.”

Tom in Wis.: Is Sam ever going to be happy on True Blood? He always gets the short end of the stick!
Based on the first three episodes, our guess was no, Sam will never, ever find happiness. Sigh. But lucky for you shapeshiftin’ lovahs, Sam Trammell tells us: “Yes, you will see Sam happy. Momentarily.”

Kelly in Toluca Lake, Calif.: Please tell me we won’t be seeing Bill’s maker Lorena again on True Blood for a very long time.
I wish I could, but sadly the wackadoodle Lorena will be making a very unwelcome return to True Blood this week. And per usual, she’s piling on the drama superthick. Luckily (sorta) for Bill, this lights a fire within—operative word being fire.

Now TVGuide.com had a question posed to them from one of their readers who also wanted some True Blood tidbits and this is what they had to say.

Who kidnapped Bill on True Blood? –  Smitty
MICKEY: It’s a complicated answer. We’ll learn almost immediately who did the actual absconding, for whom they were working and under whose influence the order was given. Surprisingly, it’ll involve a lady who always seems to be around when there’s trouble for Bill.

How are True Blood’s werewolves different than shifters? — Lila
MICKEY: They’re definitely similar, but werewolves are a bit more ambitious. For example, they fought in World War II… just not on our side. Details! Look for an Eric-and-Godric flashback about these cani-Nazis, which will probably confuse you once you find out who employs Bill‘s kidnappers.

Michael Ausiello from EW.com had his far share of True Blood as he had the opportunity to host the Ultimate Truebie Fan Experience back on June 1.  Now, he shares some additional information that he learned while being on the set of  True Blood when answering some fan questions.

Question: I am desperate for some True Blood! Can you help a girl out? —Kelley
Ausiello:
While on the set last week for the Ultimate Fan Experience, I spied a very creepy scene being shot between Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) and his new beau, Jesus (played by Kevin Alejandro), that sheds new light on something Ellis told my colleague Tim Stack in this week’s Entertainment Weekly cover story. “There is absolutely more to him than meets the eye,” he teased. “There is something supernatural about Jesus, and how dark it is has yet to be seen.”

Question: Any chance True Blood will bring Maryann back from the dead? —Will
Ausiello:
No chance. But exec producer Alan Ball hints that “we will be seeing some people that we thought were gone this year.” He also reveals that this season’s Big Bad will prove far more difficult to get rid of than Michelle Forbes’ bats— crazy maenad. “We’ve had two seasons where the arch-villain sort of met his or her demise,” he says. “I’m looking at a different way to dispatch our arch villain this year so that he might be able to come back in the future.” I can’t be sure, but I think he’s talking about this guy (the vampire King of Mississippi).

SOURCES:

E!Online.com
TVGuide.com
EW.com

(Photo credit: HBO Inc.)

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