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True Blood video: Russell is backkkkk! May 28, 2012

Posted by Diana McCabe in Entertainment, HBO, News.
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HBO aired this new TRUE BLOOD series 5 trailer just before GAME OF THRONES last night (May 27) and it’s clear that Russell Edgington is back!

The video shows a lot, including  one scene where Sookie quips, “A 3,000-year old vampire wants to suck my blood. Must be Thursday!” We hear Pam asking “How could you think I would dig up Russell Edgington.” Eric saying “I trust no one.” And in another, Bill says “There’s a leak somewhere.”

Other tidbits: Eric gets a visit from the Vampire Authority, the werewolf pack comes after Sam and we meet Roman, played by Christopher Meloni.

This will be Alan Ball’s last season on True Blood, and Sookie watchers wonder how Anna Paquin’s true life pregnancy will play into — or not — in this season. What do you think, will we have a pregnant Sookie at the end of this season?

Season No. 5 of TRUE BLOOD airs on June 10.


1. Emma - May 28, 2012

“Must be Thursday”, ha ha. Can’t wait, not long now.

2. La Deetda Reads - May 28, 2012

What do you mean Alan’s last season? Is someone else taking over the show or is this the last season for the show?

3. Krissy Phillips - May 29, 2012

Hmm, it would not surprise me if they write a pregnancy in for Sookie. I would think the baby would probably end up being Alcide’s since Vamps can’t have kids and I don’t think they are writing in Quinn, at least I have not heard or seen anything about Quinn. I think Alcide is going to replace Quinn as Sookie’s shifter boyfriend.

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