‘True Blood’ season 6 spoilers: The season premiere title is…

True BloodHave you been waiting to sink your teeth into some more news pertaining to “True Blood” season 6? While it may not bee too much to go on just yet, we do at least still have one more official thing worth sharing: the title from the season premiere presumably airing in June.

According to a new report coming to us from SpoilerTV, this hour, interestingly enough, will be titled “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood.” This will obviously tie into some song lyrics (as most of these titles do), but it has some sort bearing on the episode as a whole. Unfortunately, it is really to hard to know just what sort of bearing that is when we are over half a year away from actually seeing the show.

One possible explanation for this title here could just be that somehow, Bill Compton is going to try and justify his transformation to someone. After all, this is hardly going to be the same vampire that Sookie Stackhouse once knew back before the end of last season, but it could be useful for him to keep up appearances to the best of his ability. The problem with him doing this is simply that there are still so many other mysteries that still need to be solved, including just what the rules are for Bill’s new bloody-god form. Is he going to be able to be anything other than a mess of blood, or is he stuck permanently more or less in this figure? Only time is going to tell when it comes to this.

Even though you may still be pretty clueless about the upcoming story as a whole at the moment, what do you think about the title? Be sure to share your thoughts below, and you can also read some more of the latest “True Blood” season 6 casting news here.

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