At the end of the third season of "True Blood", the king of vampires Russell Eddington was buried alive in a concrete pit, which apparently ended his plans for world domination. It became clear that Sookie's telepathic abilities are due to the fact that it belongs to like fairies.
But what happens with Sookie, who disappeared into the bright light? Whether the Bill will be able to fix things once broke the heart of Sookie? And what will happen with Eric, who almost joined Russell in his oblivion?
Besides a lot of blood and hot sex scenes in the fourth season of "True Blood" before viewers will reveal more fully the history of relations between humans, vampires, werewolves, Schaefer and other bizarre creatures of nature, and trying to live together despite the differences, misunderstanding and fear between them.
Mixing romance, suspense, mystery and humor, the plot of "True Blood" takes place in not too distant future. The place of action is the small town of Bon Temps in the southern U.S. state of Louisiana, known for his conservative values. Thanks to Japanese scientists invented synthetic blood, vampires have progressed from legendary monsters to fellow citizens of other peace-loving people. And although people have been safely removed from the "menu" of vampires, many remain apprehensive about the "creatures sleeping in coffins."
Local waitress Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) is "cursed" with the gift to hear the thoughts of others and is open to the integration of vampires into society, especially when she meets Bill Compton (Stephen Moyar) - a beautiful 174-year-old vampire. Against the romantic relationship between Sookie and Bill in the highly anticipated sequel to the series and stands second thematic layer, which treat the eternal theme of tolerance and the ability to accept differences.
Creator, writer and executive producer of "True Blood" is the award winning "Oscar", "Amy" and "Golden Globe" Alan Ball (creator of the original HBO production "Six Feet Under, Ltd." - winner of multiple awards "EMP "and" Golden Globe ® "; a scenario is based on a series of novels - Charlene Harris of bestsellers, with main character Sookie Stackhouse.
The cast of the fourth season of "True Blood" includes: Oscar winner Anna Paquin plays Sookie Stackhouse, a waitress in a bar 'Merlotte', which has telepathic abilities and is extremely tolerant to vampires, however, that her blood flowing in the body of her fairy is greatest delicacy to vampires;
Stephen Moyar plays vampire Bill Compton, who this season takes the place of the king of vampires Russell Eddington; Kuontan Ryan plays Sookie's brother - Jason Stackhouse, who is constantly looking for trouble; Routine Wesley in the role of best friend Suki - Tara Thornton;
Sam <TRADE NAME> plays Sam Merlotte sheypshiftara, proprietor of the bar in Bon Temps, and Sookie's employer, Nelson Ellis plays the eccentric cousin Tara, who has an incredibly sharp tongue - Lafayette Reynolds, Chris Bauer plays Detective Andy Belflyor, Carrie Preston the role of one of the waitresses 'Merlotte' - Arlene Fowler, Todd Lowe plays Terry Belflyor, cousin Andy, Jim paraquat in the role of Hoyt Fortenberry, best friend of Jason;
Alexander Skarsgard plays vampire sheriff Eric Nortman, Deborah Ann Wall in the role of teen vampire Jessica Hambo, Kristin Bauer van Stratten plays vampire Pam, whose founder is Eric, Marshall Olman reel in Mikens Tommy, brother of Sam Merlotte, Joe Manganielo the role of werewolf Alcide, Lauren Bowles plays Holly, a waitress in "Merlotte" Kevin Alejandro in the role of the girlfriend of Lafayette - Jesus Velasquez and Jessica Tuck as a speaker in the vampire Nan Flanagan.
Among other actors familiar from previous seasons will see more: Evan Rachel Wood in the role of Sophie-Anne, the vampire queen of Louisiana; Palsifar Lindsay in the role of Crystal panther, which had a relationship with Jason in the third season, Dale Raoul plays Maxine Fortenberry, Hoyt's mother and Adina Porter in the role of Letty Mae Thornton, Tara's mother.
New actors in the fourth season: Giannina Gavankar plays Luna that catches the eye of Sam and Fiona Shaw in the role of witch Marnie, which threatens the existence of vampires.
Among other actors, new for the fourth season of "True Blood" are: Courtney Ford in the role of a lawyer Belflyor Portia, Andy's sister, Wedel Lim plays Tara's new friend - Naomi, Alexandra Brekenridzh the role of Catherine, a follower Marnie and Gary Cole in the role of Earl Stackhouse, Sookie's grandfather.