Anna Camp to reprise her role as Sarah Newlin in True Blood's sixth season

Those needing their "True Blood" fix will still have to wait two more months for the hit HBO series to return, but hopefully this little bit of casting news will satiate you for now.

TVLine has learned that Anna Camp has signed on to reprise her role as anti-vamp puritan Sarah Newlin for "True Blood"'s sixth season. While Camp is only signed for a guest stint, I'm sure we'll see her character dealing with some unfinished business such as confronting ex-husband Steve (Michael McMillian), who is now an out-and-proud gay man and a vampire, and reconnecting with ex-flame Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten).

Sookie, Eric, Jason, Tara, Lafayette, Pam, Jessica, Alcide, Sam, and Bill return in Season 6 along with the previously announced newbies Rutger Hauer (as a mysterious figure with deep ties to Sookie and Jason), "Rubicon"’s Arliss Howard (as Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell), "Friday Night Lights" star Jurnee Smollett-Bell (as do-gooder Nicole), Karolina Wydra (as Violet, a strong, sexy, possibly dangerous vamp), Luke Grimes (as a circa ’70s-made vamp who is smart, spiritual, and emotionally deeper than any other bloodsucker we’ve seen before), and "90210"’s Amelia Rose Blaire (as Howard’s onscreen daughter).

"True Blood" is set to return to HBO on June 16.

Extra Tidbit: Who is your favorite "True Blood" character?
Source: TVLine



Latest Movie News Headlines