[Video] Watch the Full-Length 'True Blood' Season 6 Trailer
[Video] Watch the Full-Length 'True Blood' Season 6 Trailer
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
No one lives forever. That's the tagline for True Blood season 6, premiering Sunday, June 16 at 9pm on HBO. With tensions rising, death seems inevitable.

In the new full-length trailer we see plenty of the sex, violence and drama coming in True Blood season 6. Check it out.

The primary drama of season 6 seems to be humans vs. vampires. After the secret plot to blow up the Tru Blood factories, vampires are going to need some fresh blood and the humans are scared.

But so are the vampires. As Pam says, "There's more of them than us. Maybe we should be scared." After battling werewolves, witches and fairies, humans might be the deadliest foe. Even Jason thinks something needs to be done.

On the other hand, it look as though there could be an unnatural alliance between vampires and the werewolves, since they realize that, once the humans kill all the vampires, the wolves will be next. Cue Alcide ripping his shirt off.

Amid the new scenes and new characters, we also find out that, once Bill takes a bath to get all that blood off of him, he's still the same vampire underneath, except now he thinks he's the one true Vampire God. His delusions or grandeur are definitely good news for all the Sookie/Eric 'shippers.

I hope the "No one lives forever," tagline means some death is coming to Bon Temps, because even though many have fallen, it seems like the main characters have remained relatively unscathed. We're heading into season 6 and Bill, Eric, Pam, Sookie, Jason, Tara, Lafayette, Sam, Arlene, Terry and Andy are all still around.

That's pretty remarkable given Sookie's pronouncement that "I can barely remember the last time I wasn't in danger." Sure, Tara died, but becoming a vampire isn't the same as the true death.

See all of the human vs. vampire war when True Blood returns for season 6 Sunday, June 16 at 9pm on HBO.

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