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True Blood Season 5 Spoilers

Posted on the 14 September 2011 by Eric And Sookie Lovers @EricSookieLover

Yes, you read the title of this post correctly! Haha!

Season 4 has just ended, and already there are some spoilers out for Season 5 of True Blood!

Co-Executive Producer and Writer Raelle Tucker shared some spoilerish goods with!

WARNING: For those who don’t want to know, please don’t look below!

Raelle shared these interesting tidbits…

“There will be a very significant, strong, mysterious woman at the center of one of our main stories next year,” says co-executive producer Raelle Tucker. “That will be a very familiar and compelling character. It may be someone you’ve heard of before.” We will also once again visit the fairy world touched upon at the beginning of season 4. Says Tucker, “Season 5 will explore more fairies, new fairies, fairies in a way you haven’t really seen fairies. We will all, as well as Sookie, come to understand fairies more than in previous seasons.”

Hope these aren’t going to be a let-down like Season 4′s fairy storyline was…

Scott Foley’s Patrick, who we met in the finale, will bring trouble to Terry (Todd Lowe) and Arlene (Carrie Preston). Says Tucker, “His arc has to do with Terry’s past coming back to haunt Bon Temps and Arlene and their life they’re trying to set up together.” The identity of the wolf seen growling at Sam (Sam Trammell) in the final moments will be revealed — and, according to Tucker, is “someone you have never met before.” Tucker, who wrote the season finale, won’t confirm, though, if said werewolf is Alcide’s (Joe Manganiello) father, Jackson, who is featured in book 5 of Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels. The unearthed King of Mississippi, Russell Edgington (Denis O’Hare), will be back. “Russell is not dead,” says Tucker. “It’s safe to assume the king of Mississippi is not gone for good.” Also look for former Fellowship of the Sun leader — and now vampire — Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian).  Teases Tucker, “I will say that Steve’s reason for returning to Jason is not at all what you expect.”

Not surprising when it comes to Russell Edgington, but the part about Steve Newlin is an interesting prospect. Hmmm…I’m still wondering, in the back of my mind, if Steve Newlin is really a vampire or if he’s only dressed up for Halloween, like a vampire?

Now comes the part we are most looking forward to…Eric and Sookie!

Then there’s Sookie, who blew off three supernatural hunks to be alone. Fans of Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) and Sookie’s romance will be sad to know that her independent streak will continue next year. “While there will always be romance in Sookie’s life, Sookie at the moment is choosing herself over all of them,” reveals Tucker. “I think that will continue to play into season 5.“

How disappointing. I hope they have a few scenes together at least! Maybe something from the books, like when they’re dancing in Fangtasia or something?

 At least there’s the potential for a new bromance — or a Thelma & Louise-style fugitive friendship — between Eric and Bill (Stephen Moyer) now that they’ve killed Nan Flanagan (Jessica Tuck). Teases Tucker, “The consequences of their actions in the finale are going to chase them for a while next year.”

Uh-oh…not only do we have to put up with Bill all the time…but this doesn’t sound good for Eric’s safety and how will Pam fit in with all of this?

What do you think? Share your thoughts below!


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