‘True Blood’ season six spurts out its fourth episode of the year, “At Last,” as Sookie, Jason and Niall uncover the true identity of the mysterious Warlow, while Eric makes a surprising proposition to Willa Burrell, and Sam attempts to protect Nicole from the pursuing werewolves out for blood.
Last week’s ‘True Blood’ episode, “You're No Good,” saw Sookie and the others continue to protect themselves from Warlow, while Eric kidnapped the Governor’s daughter in exchange for information, and Sam attempted to rescue Emma from the werewolves, so how does “At Last” keep the new season flowing? What will season six of ‘True Blood’ bring, now that “Billith” has risen?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season six, episode four, “At Last”!
Warlow has yet to come out into the open just yet, but the mystery deepens on this Sunday's all-new 'True Blood' episode "At Last," as Sookie deals with Jason's illness while growing closer to the mysterious Ben (Robert Kazinsky). Three all-new clips from the latest episode have hit the web, and while Andy's faerie children keep on growing, both Eric and Jason make some surprising connections.
‘True Blood’ season six spurts out its third episode of the year, “You're No Good,” as Sookie, Jason and Niall continue to protect against the mysterious Warlow, while Eric kidnaps the Governor's daughter in exchange for information, and Sam attempts to rescue Emma from the werewolves..
Last week’s ‘True Blood’ episode, “The Sun,” saw Sookie meet both a mysteriously injured young man (Robert Kazinski) and Jason’s rescuer (Rutger Hauer), while Jessica attempted to coax Bill out of a dangerous situation and Eric went undercover to meet Governor Truman Burrell (Arliss Howard), so how does “You're No Good” keep the new season flowing? What will season six of ‘True Blood’ bring, now that “Billith” has risen?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season six, episode three, “You're No Good”!
Last week's all-new episode of 'True Blood,' "The Sun," succeeded largely in shaking off the narrative cobwebs of the season premiere, but will this Sunday's "You're No Good" continue the trend or live up to its own title? Both Eric and Bill have begun to make new friends in the latest clips, but will it lead them to ruin?
‘True Blood’ season six spurts out its second episode of the year, "The Sun," as Sookie meets both a mysteriously injured young man (Robert Kazinski) and Jason's rescuer (Rutger Hauer), while Jessica attempts to coax Bill out of a dangerous situation and Eric goes undercover to meet Governor Truman Burrell (Arliss Howard).
Last week’s ‘True Blood’ premiere “Who Are You, Really?” saw Sookie and the others attempting to determine what Bill had become in the wake of his rebirth, while Jason met a mysterious stranger, and the Louisiana Governor made his intentions to persecute vampires known, so how does “The Sun” keep the new season flowing? What will season six of ‘True Blood’ bring, now that “Billith” has risen?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘True Blood’ season six, episode two, “The Sun”!
Our earlier looks at 'True Blood' season 6's Sunday premiere follow-up, "The Sun," featured the introduction of a new supernatural figure to plague Sookie Stackhouse's life, but she isn't the only one making new friends this year. The second and third looks at the next all-new episodes see Sam outed by a mysterious new figure (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), while Eric's temper flares once more over the war between vampires and humans.
Sunday's recent 'True Blood' season 6 premiere, "Who Are You, Really?," may not have excited fans the way its hype implied it would, but hopefully the coming episode "The Sun" will shake off the cobwebs of the previous season and move into more exciting stories. A new clip from 'True Blood''s latest has begun making the rounds, introducing us to yet another man to catch Sookie Stackhouse's eye, naturally with his own supernatural affiliation.
Vampires aren't supposed to age ... right? That fact has been a mainstay in every iteration of the bloodsucker mythology, even in 'True Blood.' Though, the same cannot be said for the actual cast members.
HBO has done its best to portray Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and their vampire buddies in the same immortal state from season to season. Now that 'True Blood' debuted its first episode of season 6, however, it seems more apparent than ever that even makeup can't hide the inevitable aging of the cast.
Check out the characters of 'True Blood' back in the days of season 1, and see how different they look now in season 6!
This past Sunday's 'True Blood' season 6 premiere "Who Are You, Really" may not have debuted to the critical or commercial fanfare of previous seasons, but the coming weeks will kick the new season into high gear with a number of character premieres, both new and returning. Not seen since season 2, Anna Camp's Sarah Newlin will be back in action, but how does she return after all this time?
Whether or not last night's premiere got you excited for the rest of the season, 'True Blood' has officially returned for its sixth year and launched a new group of villains to plague the residents of Bon Temps. Accordingly, HBO has released a new 'True Blood' trailer for the weeks ahead, and it's exactly as scantily clad and covered in blood as you'd expect from the fang-banging drama!
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