Don’t ask me why International Business Times has spoilers we haven’t seen before, but they do. Excerpts below the Read More and read the rest of the article here. It pulls together several recent sources into one place, so definitely worth the read!
Check out these tidbits I had not seen yet:
Warlow – Warlow isn’t just any vampire that killed Sookie and Jason’s parents. According to executive producer Brian Buckner, he’s “the oldest vampire we’ve met.” That’s not going to stop Sookie and Jason from going after him though. The siblings are bent on revenge for the death of their parents.
New Love – Move over Eric. The vampire might have looked cozy with Sookie at the end of season five, but Buckner told TV Guide that Sookie is “looking to date somebody with whom she has more in common.” Possibly Ben Flynn?
Billith – What IS Bill? After drinking Lilith’s blood and exploding and then reappearing in the season five finale, Bill has gained the fan nickname “Billith.” But what does that really make him? Buckner explained that they prefer the term “prophet” above anything else. Look forward to Bill having some special powers that we’ve never seen a vampire with before.
I followed the link to the interview with Brian Buckner and it had even more spoilers!
True Blood is getting some new blood in Season 6. Creator Alan Ball has stepped away to work on other projects, and part fairy Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) has seen her ex Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) transformed into…something after drinking a vial of gore that once flowed through ancient vampire god Lilith’s veins.
Does that make him a god now? “We prefer prophet. Bill’s more than just vampire and has powers we’ve never seen a vampire have,” says new executive producer Brian Buckner. “Bill and Sookie are not going to get on so hot. But their not getting on is kind of awesome.”
What’s not so awesome? Humans declare war on vampires, and Sookie has to contend with the mysterious Warlow, who killed her parents. “Warlow is the oldest vampire we’ve met,” Buckner says. “Killing the Stackhouses — that was nothin’!”
While battles have brought together Sookie and hunky vamp Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) before, this season “she’s looking to date somebody with whom she has more in common,” Buckner teases.
Dear Sookie, I understand why you might want to date someone with whom you “have more in common.” But I predict Ben will screw you over in some major way as a result, so don’t get too attached!