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'True Blood' Season 6 New Promo: War Breaks Out Over Blood

April 29, 2013 (3:31 am) GMT
The latest teaser from the upcoming season of the HBO series hints that the tension gets higher between vampires and humans since there is lack of Tru Blood.
'True Blood' Season 6 New Promo: War Breaks Out Over Blood

Another promo video is released for "" season 6 as it gets closer to the show's return. Sharing no scenes from the upcoming installment, it still gives a clue to the storyline through the characters' lines which describe the intense situation.

Following the destruction of Tru Blood factories, there's a shortage of Tru Blood that creates a panic among both vampires and humans. Jason is heard expressing his hatred toward the bloodsuckers as saying, "It's us against them," while those who haven't chosen a side, like Sookie and Jessica, may be caught in the crossfire.

"True Blood" will return with new episodes starting Sunday, June 16 at 9 P.M. on HBO. Bill, not being his old self, will be a new threat for Sookie and her close ones as she and Eric were seen running away from him in the season 5 finale.

The new chapter will introduce new faces, including a sinister guy who has mysterious ties to Sookie and Jason (Rutger Hauer), sexy vampire Violet (Karolina Wydra), a Fae who is Sookie's new love interest (), Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell (Arliss Howard), and the governor's daughter (Amelia Rose Blaire).



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