‘True Blood’ Season 6 Preview: Eric Fangs Out About Vampire Experimentation
It’s been a big day for TV, but you didn’t think we’d forget about the latest from ‘True Blood‘ season 6, did you? Joining the other “Waiting Sucks” teasers today is Eric Northman, who seems to have found a new friend warning of ominous vampire experimentation in the ongoing human-vampire war. But just who is this young lady? Check out the latest preview from ‘True Blood’ season 6 inside to find out!
‘True Blood’ season 6 won’t officially arrive until June 16, but HBO has generously continued the ever-popular “Waiting Sucks” series, offering a brief tease of a season to come through behind-the-scenes. We’ve already seen sneak peeks of Jason Stackhouse and Alcide Herveaux, but what of fan-favorite Eric?
The latest video sees young ‘90210‘ star Amelia Rose Blaire’s Willa, daughter to Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell, as she meets with Eric to warn him of human experimentation on vampires. As you might have guessed, Eric is none too happy with the idea and seeks to find and punish those responsible.
Along with the showrunner swap changing from Mark Hudis to Bryan Buckner, season 5 guest star and former ‘Last Resort’ star Robert Patrick has been upgraded to series regular, while ‘True Blood’ season 6 also features the return of Anna Camp‘s Sarah Newlin, Luke Grimes as the “Jim Morrison of vampires,” ‘House‘s’ Karolina Wydra, Rutger Hauer as mysterious vampire Macklyn, ‘Rubicon’s’ Arliss Howard as Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell, and ‘Eastenders’ star Robert Kazinsky as a series regular and new Fae love interest to Sookie.
Few other details are available on the sixth season of HBO’s fang-banging hit, though it’s known that ‘True Blood’ season 6 will take place over 10 episodes, down from the usual 12, largely to accommodate series star Anna Paquin’s pregnancy with co-star Stephen Moyer.
Check out the latest “Waiting Sucks” video below, and tell us what you want to see from ‘True Blood’ season 6 in the comments!
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