By Taylor Lindsay | Indiewire April 21, 2014 at 10:59AM
Synthetic blood is still not quite enough.
The newest and
last season of HBO's "True Blood" is on it's way, and at first glance, it
seems to have lightened up on the love story side in favor of leaning towards
a more apocalyptic genre. Following Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), the
series is about a world in which humans and vampires
coexist, thanks to the mass production of fake blood, saving humankind
from endlessly ending up as vampire food.
But from the looks of the trailer, that doesn't seem to be working out. In fact, there may be none left.
The seventh and final season begins Sunday, June 22nd.