You've been warned in the past, but the "True Blood" cast really wants you to be prepared for the big death (or possibly deaths) coming by the Season 6 finale.
"I think by the end of the season, you're going to have a lot of polarized opinions about what's going on," Robert Kazinsky, who plays Warlow on the HBO drama, told ET Online.
Anna Camp, who returned to "True Blood" as Sarah Newlin for Season 6, described the death as "heartbreaking" and Rutina Wesley, who plays Tara, added, "Some may like it, some may not."
Deborah Ann Woll, vampire Jessica, told ET that everything is about to change. "The world of 'True Blood' will be different at the end of this season ... different challenges for our characters."
The big "True Blood" death has been teased before. "I'll let you in on a secret: There are multiple deaths this season," Kazinsky told Access Hollywood. "Each is more shocking than the next and just when you think somebody just couldn’t bite the bullet, there they go."
On the most recent episode of "True Blood," Terry (Todd Lowe) and Governor Burrell (Arliss Howard) were killed. "I think it was a necessary turning point for the show to bring it back to its original roots, which are grounded in relationships -- in particular, human ones," Carrie Preston told Entertainment Weekly of Terry's death. "What is making this season so special is that it’s also going back to [the idea that] the worst thing in this world is humans."
New "True Blood" showrunner Brian Buckner reiterated the idea that the show will be getting back to basics at San Diego Comic-Con last week. "[We hope] you're gonna feel that the show is going to return back to its roots and it's going to be about this group of people living in Bon Temps," he said. "We're going to condense the number of stories we're telling and make it feel like we're coming home."
"True Blood" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.