The number 5 must mean something for True Blood Season 6, or its just a fun and easy number, but we have below two sets of the five, so, I guess that makes ten, interesting, cool, or just plain weird things that we will learn about in the early episodes.
See the two sets of five below:
From Fearnet.com about the first few episodes:
Bill’s new superpowers.
Bill is not sure exactly what he is. He was killed and reborn in the blood of the first vampire. But while he tries to figure it out, he will also discover he has a whole bunch of new, sometimes frightening, superpowers. Will he use them for good or evil?
It’s a lot more fairy-centric.
Sookie meets a new fairy (or rather, a halfling like herself) that is clearly going to be her new love interest. On top of that, we explore Sookie’s fairy family tree and learn more about her fairy powers. All she needs is a giant pink ball gown and a song and Sookie is all ready for her direct-to-DVD Disney movie.
New anti-vampire weapons.
Governor Burrell has been preparing for a war with the vampires for a long time. The problems with the Vampire Authority gave him the excuse to move forward with his plans to disenfranchise, criminalize, and eventually (I assume) exterminate vampires. And with that comes a slew of new weapons he has spent years developing. I don’t want to give too much away, but it is high-tech and very efficient.
The vampires are turning on one another.
It’s understandable. The vampires are very stressed. The Louisiana government has deemed that vampires have no rights. Violence against them is no longer a crime, and they cannot own property. Once the humans can figure out how to glamour the vampires, it is pretty much a return to slavery. On top of that, with the Tru Blood factories out of commission, food is scarce, so I think everyone is getting a little cranky.
California hippies to be exact. They roll into Bon Temps, but not on vacation. One of them, a girl named Nicole, is a supernatural-rights activist looking to start an Occupy movement. I have no evidence to support this, but I suspect she and her friends have darker intentions – or at the very least, their good intentions will have severe consequences.
From Zap2it on what we’ll learn in the premiere episode
Season 6 picks up right from where Season 5 left off
In fact, the season premiere even backtracks a few pivotal seconds to replay the reveal of Billith rising from the pool of Bill’s blood. What makes this opening scene interesting isn’t the fact we see Billith’s birth again, but whose perspective we see it from.
Andy’s fairy babies don’t stick around for very long
The reveal of Andy Bellefleur’s four half-fairy daughters at the end of Season 5 was a shock, but don’t think there will be four newborns that need to be cared for all season. The babies disappear in the Season 6 premiere, but what replaces them comes as quite a shock.
It’s not all sunshine and roses for Tara and Pam
Though Season 5 ended with Tara and Pam consummating their season-long sexual tension with a kiss, don’t expect Season 6 to pick up with them going googly eyed over one another. Pam is going through a tough time at the beginning of Season 6, and she isn’t looking for Tara to be her emotional backbone. With that being said, things get hot and heavy between the pair pretty quickly.
Maybe “Game of Thrones” has rubbed off on “True Blood,” but this HBO series is also going to include a lot of death this season. One of those deaths comes in “Who Are You, Really?” though it remains to be seen whether that person manages to come back from the grave — or is really dead to begin with.
Warlow is revealed
After half a season of build up in Season 5, Warlow is finally revealed in the Season 6 premiere. As for who’s playing him, you’re just going to have to wait and see.