We've glamoured you. We've made you howl. Now we're getting ready to cast a new spell…
At the end of Season 3, the evil vampire king Russell Edgington found himself buried alive (or was it dead?) in a pit of concrete, ending (we hope) his dream to rule the world. But what happened to Sookie, who disappeared into Faerie Land? Or Bill, who broke Sookie's heart? Or Eric, who nearly joined Russell in limbo? Or Tara, who fled Bon Temps and its bad karma? The answers, and many more, will be revealed in Season 4.
Surrounded by familiar faces – Sookie faces some new otherworldly threats this season – as if vampires, werewolves, werepanthers and shapeshifters weren't enough! New Season 4 cast regulars include Luna, a shifter who catches Sam's eye, and Marnie, a witch whose otherworldly agenda threatens the vampire establishment.
ABOUT TRUE BLOOD
True Blood is a sexy, scary, wildly entertaining drama based on the popular 'Sookie Stackhouse' novels by Charlaine Harris.
In the not-too-distant future, vampires have come out of the coffin. Thanks to the invention of mass-produced synthetic blood vampires no longer need humans for their fix and can walk freely, if not yet comfortably, among their living counterparts.
Set in the backwoods Louisiana town of Bon Temps, Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin, Golden Globe®winner for this role) works as a waitress at local bar Merlotte's. Though outwardly normal, she has unusual qualities of her own: Sookie can read minds, which complicates her world in endless ways. Sookie's life gets a lot more interesting when she falls under the spell of Merlott's first vampire patron – 174 year old Bill Compton. Over three series Sookie, Bill, and the colourful characters of Bon Temps have seen their share of romance, lust, mystery, murder and mayhem as serial killers, attacks from antivampire leagues, devil worshippers, rogue vampire Kings and packs of werewolves have crossed their paths. But just as the threat of Russell Edgington seems to have passed at the conclusion of series three some deadly new twists will ratchet up the drama to bloody new heights as series four gets set to cast a spell on audiences.