One of the reasons to love "True Blood"—complicated, nonsensical storylines notwithstanding—is that creator Alan Ball always brings in the highest quality actors to appear on the show, particularly the guest stars. Case in point: Evan Rachel Wood as diva vampire Queen Sophie-Anne Leclerq, who (SPOILER ALERT IF YOU'RE NOT CURRENT) was reduced to icky, sticky, pieces earlier this season, indicating her character arc was over and done with.
When MTV News caught up with Evan recently to discuss the DVD release of period drama "The Conspirator," we snuck in a "True Blood" question and asked if fans have really seen the last of Sophie-Anne.
"There’s always a chance on that show," she said. "[The showrunners] have not given me the final, like, 'You’re gone,' so I don’t know. I don’t know," she added, which in my opinion, is a very good sign that we might see her again via flashback or something supernatural-y. "I had so much fun on that show," she said. "[Sophie-Anne] was hilarious to play. It’s super-fun."
Evan went on to say that although she definitely remains a fan of the hit HBO show, she hasn't had time to catch up on all the drama going down in Bon Temps.
"I haven’t turned on my TV in a really long time," she said. "I’ve been working, so I’m not caught up on the show and people keep giving stuff away, and I keep getting upset." (Don't worry, we didn't ruin anything for her. I am obsessively anti-spoiler!)
How might Sophie-Anne make a return to "True Blood"? Do you want to see her back in Bon Temps? Tell us in the comments or on Twitter!