True Blood will certainly meet the shocking character death on Sunday, but the question really is, is it a near death situation for Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer)?
The fate of our lead vampire is the biggest questions from fans of True Blood heading into this weekend’s finale. In the previous episode brought him to Sookie’s (Anna Paquin) door to justify his decision not to cure his Hep-V- a choice that shocked Moyer to begin with, he shares according to source.
Is there really a cure for Hep- V?
Hepatitis-V, a common disease that infects both humans and vampires and is lethal. It has been the main plot point of the season seven. The disease caused bloodsuckers to lose their minds and eat humans at an alarming rate. Halfway through the season it began to transform and just weakened the vampires until eventually they faded away.
Our favorites in the series such as Sam (Sam Trammell), Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) and Arlene (Carrie Preston) may not have a thirst for blood, but they definitely find themselves in consistent danger. So who makes it out (emotionally) alive? Stay tune.
“True Blood” started actually with a love story, and now the question really is: Who will Sookie Stackhouse, end up with?
Bill Compton, Sookie’s primary love interest. They broke up occasionally, but Sookie always found her way back to him. Then there was Eric Northman. Fangirls everywhere squealed when they got together. But while their chemistry was magnetic, they spent more time against one another than actually coupled.
Another love interest is Warlow (Robert Kazinsky), because who wouldn’t fall in love with a faerie vampire who is responsible for murdering your parents and hunting you over the years? And then the doomed relationship with Alcide, the gorgeous werewolf who never stood a chance.
This season could take so many twists and turns.
The series finale of “True Blood” airs Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO.
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