Warning: Don’t read if you haven’t watched the season finale of ‘True Blood.’ Things are about to get… spoiler-y.
Five deaths, two disappointed vampires and one unsettling return added up to a seriously mind-blowing True Bloodseason finale. And while I predict a lot of fans have a bad taste in their mouth after the Sept. 11 episode, I loved every minute — and more importantly — every twist.
Sookie battles scary fairies and clingy ex-boyfriends on the June 26 season premiere!
The fourth season premiere of HBO’s True Blood began and ended with Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) in her usual brand of sexy danger, though for two very different reasons. Kicking the episode off was the eight minutes of fighting fairy action we’d already seen online, with Sookie and Grandaddy Earl (Gary Cole) narrowly escaping the massive human harvest and returning to Bon Temps. But our blonde, fairy-blooded heroine didn’t quite end up exactly where she expected.