"Who Are You, Really?"
Waiting sucks! Luckily, I did not have to wait to see the first three episodes of the new season.
Season 6 picks up immediately where season 5 left off, with everyone trying to escape "Billith". While the main focus was on the aftermath, there was plenty of room for subplots and intrigue. After the first episode, not surprisingly, I was left with more questions than answers.
Here are some teasers to keep you satiated until the premiere on Sunday, June 16th:
In light of recent events, the governor calls "an urgent press conference" to deal with the vampire situation. I will reserve judgment about him as the main antagonist for this season. (No one can compare to Russell Edgington!)
Nora seems to be making enemies all around, first with Pam and then with Jason. It was a little difficult to see Pam hurt and vulnerable. I found it both endearing and uncomfortable. Despite being Eric's "sister", I think Nora needs to learn some boundaries.
Alcide is figuring out what it really means to be a pack master. I have to admit that, since Alcide has been involved with the werewolves again, my interest in him has waned.
Just in time for Father's Day, Andy gets a lesson in parenthood. Admittedly, Andy has never been a favorite of mine, but he was very adorable in the premiere.
Some of Bill's new powers are revealed, and Jessica makes an important decision regarding her maker. I won't elaborate, at this point, other than to say there is one particular scene that made me feel nostalgic.
Tara suffers the consequences of running her mouth. We knew it would happen sooner or later.
Jason opens up to someone he just met. Things are not always what they seem to be. That is all I am willing to say about this "stranger".
Intrigued? If you're still hungry for more, scroll down for spoilers. Also, I recommend reading Meatless Mondays: 'True Blood' Actress Kristin Bauer van Straten Talks Vegan Lifestyle.
WARNING: SPOILERS BELOW
There is a (very anti-climactic) death.
A beloved/hated vampire gets staked.
Andy learns there are some distinctive differences between human children and half-fairy children.
Warlow, the vampire who killed Jason and Sookie's parents, has a very personal connection to Lilith.