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Bill has just slain a greedy human and a menacing vamp in short order, a scene so gory it required the biggest blood-spew in the series’ special-effects repertoire: the “Bellagio,” cheekily named after the famous dancing fountains in Las Vegas. And it looks as if things will get even messier for Bill in Season 7 — both physically and emotionally.
"In the final season, we’re telling a more personal story," says executive producer Brian Buckner, who took over after show creator Alan Ball and executive producer Mark Hudis left. “We’re going back to the original promise of the show: Bill and Sookie. People are going to be very surprised about the way we get there. There’s romance, sadness and resolution.”
There’s also Hep-V. The deadly virus is spreading, and hordes of starving, zombie like vamps are staggering toward Bon Temps. “Fans can expect a bloody barbecue with consequences in the season premiere,” teases Buckner. “Nobody’s safe.”
The sudden spike in the local mortality rate leaves the survivors fighting to save their town. “The stakes are the highest they’ve ever been,” says Anna Paquin, “Sookie gets into situations she’s going to need help getting out of.”
In the Season 6 finale, it looked as though she would never again see Bill as a savior. He and shape-shifting Bon Temps mayor Sam Merlotte devised a plan to pair up uninfected vamps with healthy humans in a symbiotic relationship for survival. But when Bill offered to be Sookie’s plus-one, she opted out and fell back into the arms of reliable, rock-solid werewolf Alcide Herveaux .
"No matter where Sookie was, Alcide came running. That’s just the kind of guy he is," Joe Manganiello says. “He’s a good, solid choice. But nobody stays happy for long in Bon Temps.” Despite all the danger, there’s no shortage of hot sex scenes this season. “There’s a profound lack of clothing,” says Buckner.