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True Blood Season 7 Spoilers: Alcide and Sookie Plus the Series Finale

Posted on the 19 June 2014 by Tbfansource @tbfansource

We received double the True Blood season 7 spoilers in this week’s Ask Ausiello column from TV Line. Michael Ausiello addressed the feelings surrounding the series finale and what the table read was like. Plus Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Alcide (Joe Manganiello) seemed like they were in domestic bliss when the end of season 6 rolled around. But what happens when hep-v vamps come to town and throw Bon Temps into chaos? Read on to find out!

Question: Do you have any scoop on True Blood? —Charif 
Ausiello: The table read for the series finale took place earlier this week, and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house, Stephen Moyer confirms. “People turned up that we hadn’t seen for ages — [series creator] Alan [Ball] was there,” he tells TVLine. “We’re sitting in the same room we’ve been reading in for seven years… that stuff’s really deep.”

Question: I’ll take anything you’ve got on the final season of True Blood. —Nina 
Ausiello: Joe Manganiello, who spent much of last season starring in what felt like some kind of weird Alcide spinoff, is back with “the core group” in Season 7, the actor confirms. Of course, being married to in a serious relationship with Sookie Stackhouse will do that. “He is domesticated [and] living in society,” reports Manganiello. “He isn’t the wild crazy wolf-guy anymore. [Sookie and Alcide] go to church on Sundays. He has to wear a blazer. He lives in gran’s house. He’s got a to-do list for the house. It’s different life for him. But it is what he has always wanted. He finally got the girl and he got the life. Now the only problem is that there are these marauding Hep-V pyscho vampires destroying the world. There’s gotta be something.”

Source. TV Line.com- “Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Reign, CSI, Good Wife, Revenge, PLL, True Blood, Teen Wolf and More!”

Image Credit: True Blood Fan Source.com

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