Anna Camp Says Her True Blood Return Wasn't What She Expected
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 07.10.2014
And teases a reunion...
Warning: Spoilers follow for the upcoming episodes of True Blood.
Anna Camp, who plays the anti-vampire villainess Sarah Newlin on True Blood, sat down with TV Line to discuss her character's return in last Sunday's episode of the show. Sarah, who was nearly killed last season after using True Blood to infect the vampire population with a disease known as Hep-V, showed up at the retreat of a spiritual guru that she was intimately involved with. It wasn't long however before the
Yakuza-like enforcers for the drink's manufacturers showed up looking for her, killing the guru in the process.
Check out the highlights of the interview:
On Sarah's return to the show: "It's not what I expected at all. She's definitely on the run; she's got Pam and Eric after her now, and the Yakuza. … This season is about Sarah trying to survive."
On an upcoming reunion with Jason: "It's not in a way that you would expect. It actually can be pretty funny and pretty sad. It's very unexpected the way that I end up interacting with Jason this time around."
On the final season's big body count, including Tara and Alcide: "They're wasting no time getting down to the final core members of the show."