"True Blood" will air season six on Channel 200 in Tempe. On Saturday, Jan. 19, both CarterMatt.com and Yidio shared new details and comments made by Mark Hudis about season six of the series. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, go here.
A new man is in charge of this HBO series for season six, and that man is Mark Hudis. Alan Ball left the series to focus on his new series, "Banshee." Hudis said the following about taking on the series, according to Yidio:
"It’s impossible to fill Alan Ball’s shoes. That’s not false modesty, that’s the truth. The guy’s created two massive hit shows for HBO and has an Oscar. Really, this plane is in the air, and I just want to land it safely."
Fans should expect big changes in season six. Joe Manganiello already teased that season six will be racier, and fans will see more of Alcide in action. Bill Compton will be the villain of season six, and Hudis teased the following about the change in his character, according to CarterMatt.com:
"Certainly he’s not going to be the Bill we know and love … He’s going to have more bite, no pun intended."
Warlowe will also play a large part of season six. Sookie and Jason Stackhouse will go after the ancient vampire who killed their parents.
Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
@TrueBloodHBO when do promotions start for the new season??? I can't wait to see something, anything! #waitingsucks #trueblood
"True Blood" will return with season six to Channel 200 in Tempe this summer.