Ryan Kwanten Reveals Favorite “True Blood” Sex Scene

First Pretty Little Liars, now True Blood What will they reboot next?!

Riverdale developer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is at it again with another reboot, and this time he’s taking on HBO’s True Blood, the rather polarizing vampire drama that ended in2014 TVLine reports that a new variation of the show, which was based on Charlaine Harris‘ Sookie Stackhouse books, is in the works at HBO Max.

Aguirre-Sacasa will write the pilot with executive producer Jami O’Brien, and initial True Blood showrunner Alan Ball will likewise work as an executive manufacturer.

No other details (or any official verification from HBO) are offered just yet, however with 13 books, 18 short stories and novellas and a guide to what happened to all of the characters after the books, there’s almost limitless story potential to choose from. At this point in 2020, we will take anything that might potentially be considered great news, so yay, a Real Blood reboot!

Real Blood was set in a world where synthetic blood made it possible for vampires to be exposed. It starred Anna Paquin as telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse, Stephen Moyer as the vampire Costs Compton, Alexander Skarsgård as vampire Eric Northman, and Sam Trammell as Sookie’s werewolf pal Sam Merlotte. Ryan Kwanten, Rutina Wesley, Carrie Preston, Deborah Ann Woll, Joe Manganiello, Chris Bauer, Jim Parrack and the late Nelsan Ellis also starred.

Aguirre-Sacasa’s Pretty Little Liars reboot is likewise headed to HBO Max with a straight to series order. It’s called Pretty Little Liars: Initial Sin and embeded in the exact same universe as the original series, while following a whole new generation of Little Liars who are being forced to pay for the sins their moms and dads dedicated 20 years ago.

Everything old is new once again, but we’ll be enjoying no matter what.

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