It's only been six years since the last episode of True Blood aired. However, it looks like a reboot is already in the works at HBO.

According to new reports, Riverdale and Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is at the helm of the new project which is in early development.

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It seems like 2020 has been full of nothing but reboot announcements. She's All That, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, Dexter and Saved By The Bell are just a few of the shows to announce spin-offs and revivals this year. Now, it looks like True Blood is another series to add to the seemingly ever-growing list.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, an official reboot of the vampire-filled show is in the works over at HBO. Although most details about the reboot are still unknown, we do know that Aguirre-Sacasa is at the helm of the project. As well, the original True Blood creator Alan Ball is back as an executive producer.

So far, it is unknown if any of the original cast members are returning for the HBO reboot. The Hollywood Reporter further says that Aguirre-Sacasa is set to write a pilot for the new version with Jami O'Brien (AMC's NOS4A2).

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True Blood was based on a series of novels by Charlaine Harris. It made its debuted on HBO back in 2008 and eventually ran for seven seasons. Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer were the head stars of True Blood. Alexander Skarsgard, Sam Trammell and Rutina Wesley were among the other actors in the cast.

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