It’s just under 30 days till Christmas, but for us starving for True Blood news the presents might be starting to come early.
Last week we started posting some of the season 6 casting alerts that have started making the rounds. Crumbs I know…
Today, those lovely folks at SpoilerTV have shared with us THE TITLE OF EPISODE 6.1… and some minor casting calls. But its the possible title for the season 6 premier that has me all excited. I say “possible” for one reason only; remember how the penultimate episode for the 5th season changed names a few times before settling on “Sunset”?…. I rest my case.
That being said lets get to the good stuff cause… Ahoy mateys! There be spoiler info ahead!
According to Spoiler TV, the premiere episode for the 6th season of True Blood will be called “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”
So what do you think? Which song do you think will be used in the credits? With a new “captain” at the helm, will they still use the same format of the credit music inspiring the title? Time will see.
On the casting news, it looks like they are looking to fill some of the minor walk on roles. Here is what SpoilerTV posted.
Three co-star roles are being cast for the episode: two Caddo Parish sheriff deputies, for a scene in which they politely pay Sam a visit at his house; and a male Authority guard, who sees something he can’t believe in the AHO Control Room.
They do give us a tiny tiny idea of what we might see this first episode in June…. or when they start filming in January. We are still in a holding pattern to see how these roles (like the Authority Guard) could interact with our Eric and Sookie.
We will keep you posted as soon as we learn more True Blood related news.
In the meantime, share your thoughts below.