Okay, fangbangers! This is what you’ve been waiting for. HBO has finally announced a premiere date for the upcoming sixth season of its hit vampire-themed TV show “True Blood.” Look for the ten-episode season to begin on June 16th.
The usual gang (and man, there are a lot of them) will return along with the previously announced newbies Rutger Hauer (as a mysterious figure with deep ties to Sookie and Jason), “Rubicon”’s Arliss Howard (as Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell), “Friday Night Lights” star Jurnee Smollett-Bell (as do-gooder Nicole), Karolina Wydra (as Violet, a strong, sexy, possibly dangerous vamp), Luke Grimes (as a circa ’70s-made vamp who is smart, spiritual, and emotionally deeper than any other bloodsucker we’ve seen before), and “90210”’s Amelia Rose Blaire (as Howard’s onscreen daughter).
So the question beckons… will the horribly under-used Jason Stackhouse actually get to do something this season other than take part in weak plotlines and screw? Stay tuned!
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