The story of “True Blood” may not be over yet.

On Wednesday, Variety reported that HBO has a “True Blood” reboot in early development, with original series creator Alan Ball set to return as executive producer.

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According to the report, none of the original show’s cast are attached to return as of yet.

Following the report, Canadian born actress Anna Paquin, who starred as Sookie Stackhouse, reacted to the news.

“Well, this is the first I’m hearing about this,” she tweeted. Later clarifying that she’s “not mad” over the news, “just answering the question that has inundated” her Twitter feed.

The series, which ran for seven seasons from 2008 to 2014, starred Paquin as a telepathic waitress in a world where vampires live openly among humans after a synthetic blood substitute allows them to stop hunting people.

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Alexander Skarsgård, Joe Manganiello, Stephen Moyer, Sam Trammell, Ryan Kwanten and Rutina Wesley also co-starred in the series.

“Riverdale” producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and “NOS4A2” showrunner Jami O’Brien have been tapped to write and executive produce the reboot.