New True Blood Season 3 Spoilers (some we know)

On True Blood, is Jason Stackhouse going to get a new love interest this season?
According to Ryan Kwanten, yes! And it sounds pretty serious. “She may just stick around for a little while” Ryan tells me.

I need to know more about this True Blood sex shocker that is so twisted. Who does it involve?
You learned one half of the party here and the other half, who will be revealed in the third episode, has this to say about it: “It was actually the most shocking thing that I’ve ever read in a television script. My jaw dropped on the floor when I read it and thought, ‘Oh my god, I actually have to do that.’ Here’s your script, pray that your parents will be okay when they watch this episode. They may not want to. It was a little uncomfortable, but we got through it and I’m working with the best people from the writers to the producers to the other actors and at the end of the day, I’d rather be on a show that’s provocative and pushes the envelope than one that doesn’t.”
How is Jason going to recover on True Blood this season after killing Eggs?
As you saw in last night’s premiere, Jason Stackhouse and Officer Andy have a plan. Unfortunately, things aren’t going to unfold as neatly as expected—particularly when Andy becomes the town hero for offing “serial killer” Eggs, and Jason’s left dealing from some serious guilt, and not just emotionally. Says the superdelish Ryan Kwanten: “There may be something on top of that, because [Jason’s] mental faculties aren’t quite all there to start with.”
Is Sam ever going to be happy on True Blood? He always gets the short end of the stick!
Based on the first three episodes, our guess was no, Sam will never, ever find happiness. Sigh. But lucky for you shapeshiftin’ lovahs, Sam Trammell tells us: “Yes, you will see Sam happy. Momentarily.”
Please tell me we won’t be seeing Bill’s maker Lorena again on True Blood for a very long time.
I wish I could, but sadly the wackadoodle Lorena will be making a very unwelcome return to True Blood this week. And per usual, she’s piling on the drama superthick. Luckily (sorta) for Bill, this lights a fire within—operative word being fire.

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