HBO's vampire drama "True Blood" will return on June 13, according to Variety.com. Season two ended Sept. 13.
New castmembers in season three include Alfre Woodard and Kevin Alejandro.
For the season two finale, 5.1 million viewers tuned in.
"True Blood" was recently listed in Starpulse's article, "What's the Best Show on TV?" and actor Nelsan Ellis, who plays Lafayette Reynolds, the flamboyant gay prostitute and drug dealer, was listed on our "Underappreciated TV Stars" feature.
The series is based on the novels by Charlaine Harris and stars Anna Paquin as Sookie Stackhouse, a telepathic waitress who lives in a small Louisiana town that just happens to be cohabitated by both humans and vampires.