TV Line has some scoop on Sarah Newlin and what she will be up to on season 7 of True Blood:
Any news on the new villains/Big Bad of True Blood Season 7? —Tom
Who needs a new Big Bad when you’ve still got Anna Camp’s Sarah Newlin hanging around wreaking havoc at every turn? And in the show’s seventh and final season, we’ll be introduced to the vampire exterminator’s Texas socialite parents and angry, bitter, gothed-out sister. (Fun fact: Sarah’s spot-on maiden name? Crabtree!) While mom and dad will appear in just one episode, Sarah’s sis, Amber, will be staying put for an arc — an extremely juicy, twisty, this-will-explain-a-lot-about-why-Sarah-is-the-way-she-is arc.
According to Deadline Riley Smith is joining the cast of True Blood in it’s final season in a major recurring role as a vampire.
Below is some more info on his character from Deadline:
He will play Keith, a sexy, rock ‘n’ roll vampire with a romantic side. A drummer in James’ (Nathan Parson) band, he becomes smitten with Arlene (Carrie Preston) on first sight.
I hope by the end of this show Arlene is finally happy. She has been through so much over the last 6 seasons. Her ending up with a vampire though…never saw that coming.
TV Line has some scoop on Arlene’s love life in season 7 of True Blood:
Question: Is it too early for True Blood scoop? I could use some hot Bon Temps news in my snow-filled life! —Jenna
Ausiello: Is there life after love for poor widow Arlene? My guess is mmmhmmm after reading a new Season 7 breakdown for the recurring role of Keith, a romantic vampire who moonlights (get it?) as a drummer in James’ (Luke Grimes Nathan Parsons) band and who takes an instant liking to a certain grieving waitress. Now I have a Q for you, Jenna — did we know that NuJames had a band?!?!
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Got some scoop on what’s to come on True Blood’s final season!
Scoop via E! Online:
David B.: Hit me up with a shot of True Blood spoilers, won’t you?
Prepare for cross-species relations to take the forefront of the final season as Stephen Moyer, who directed the premiere, teases, “Bill and Sam got together and kind of came up with this idea that each human should have their own vampire protecting them, so that’s another theme that we will follow throughout the season.” Oh, and that little battle that was about to go down at the bar will be “resolved” pretty quickly, Anna Paquin adds.
Scoop via TV Line:
Question: Do you have any news on the storylines or new characters of True Blood Season 7? —Tom
Ausiello: Lafayette’s getting a new boyfriend — and a serious one at that. After spending much of Season 6 in the shadows, Nelsan Ellis will sashay back to the forefront in True Blood‘s final season — with a little help from Drake. Described as a cross between Jim Morrison and James Dean, this brooding and insanely good-looking vamp is a compassionate protector with a poet’s edge. The series-regular role calls for a twentysomething actor who is comfortable performing in simulated (and near-naked) sex scenes with another man in front of the director, assistant director, stage manager, script supervisor, camera operator, first assistant camera, second assistant camera, boom operator, production sound mixer, key grip, best boy grip, gaffer, lighting technician, makeup artist, hairdresser, costume designer, a half-dozen production assistants and Sally with craft services (who shouldn’t be peeking in but probably will be).
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Yahoo TV has announced that Stephen Moyer will be directing the first episode of season 7 of True Blood. This will be the third episode that Stephen has directed.
True Blood has been nominated for a People’s Choice Award. You can vote here. Vote as often as you like and tell all your friends to vote too!
They were nominated in the category Favorite Premium Cable TV Show.
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