Is Denis O'Hare preparing to reanimate his gay character on the HBO vampire drama True Blood?

In season 3, O'Hare's flamboyant Russell Edgington, vampire king of Mississippi, was entombed in concrete after he lost his partner of 700 years, Talbot, played by Theo Alexander.

O'Hare told The Hollywood Reporter that he's considering returning in season 4.

“I left them on a high,” O'Hare told the paper at the WGA Awards on Saturday. “They have been very, very nice to me, and they tell me that they think I'm going to come back.”

“Someone discussed a possible idea with me, which, of course, I can't tell you,” he said. “But it's a very cool idea. It's not far fetched, but it's not something that you would see coming.”

O'Hare added that he'll begin work on the Clint Eastwood directed J. Edgar later this month.

True Blood is the creation of openly gay director, writer Alan Ball. Ball is best known for penning the 2000 Oscar-winning movie American Beauty and more recently HBO's gay-inclusive Six Feet Under.

Season 4 is expected to premiere in June.