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'True Blood' season 7 spoilers: Arlene to get a new love interest

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On Feb. 19 IBTimes shares the first spoiler for the upcoming season of "True Blood" and its final season. At the end of last season, Terry was having a difficult time living with the guilt he felt from his time in Iraq so Arlene had a vampire friend of his wipe his memory so he would forget. Before that happened, however, he hired a military friend of his to shoot him in the head and he tragically died in Arlene's arms. Because of his life insurance policy, Arlene and the kids inherited a lot of money and became the owner of Bellefleur's (formally Merlot's).

According to new spoilers, Arlene's new love interest's name is Keith, a vampire that is partnered with her as protection to ensure her safety and she donates to him to protect him from the Hep-V virus that has been killing off vampires. At the very end of the season six "True Blood" finale, a horde of infected vampires descends on the BBQ that Arlene and Sam as the Mayor of Bon Temps is holding so that people could pick a partner.

Keith is described as a romantic vampire that plays drums in the band that played at the BBQ. While we won't know for sure until season seven begins, it's suggested that Keith will step in to protect Arlene. So far, there is no casting news as to who will be playing Keith.

"True Blood" season 7 is slated to only have 10 episodes again this year and will begin this summer. Are you ready to see how it all ends?

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