Russell Edgington may be returning to True Blood in Season 4

According to Dennis O'Hare in his interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he stated that he can see Russell Edgington returning to True Blood this fall. This is what he told THR:

"I left them on a high. They have been very, very nice to me, and they tell me that they think I'm going to come back ...And I'm waiting. We'll see what happens."

Dennis plays Russell Edgington, the 3000 year old vampire King of Mississippi. He first kidnaps Bill and then becomes interested in Sookie. Eric seeks revenge on him for killing his mortal father which he in turn killed Russell's lover.

This only caused Russell to be more insane?? He went on a live television news show and killed the anchor. As a result Eric was petitioned to kill him and when the show ended he was a krispy critter placed in a cement tomb.

The storyline leaves the possibility of his return open and with the love that he has with the shows fans it would be a great loss to the show.

But, nothing has been confirmed yet but as you can see by THR there are talks in the works. So, let's hope that we will see more of this insane but show stealing vampire.

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