The series follows Sookie Stackhouse, a barmaid living in Louisiana who can read people's minds, and how her life is turned upside down when the Vampire Bill, walks into her place of employment two years after vampires 'came out of the coffin' on national television. Written by
Stephen Moyer starred in the 2011 post-apocalyptic vampire flick "Priest" between seasons of "True Blood". See more »
When Sookie is eating Adele's pie, the amount of pie on the fork keeps changing between shots. See more »
Do you know nothing of our history?
Vampires have often found it advantageous to maintain a hidden presence in humanity's most powerful institutions. And in the 1600's that was the Catholic Church. And today, as you all know, it's Google and Fox News.
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If you haven't seen True Blood on HBO, you've missed out on some of the greatest moments on television. True Blood, without a doubt, is probably one of the most controversial, violent, sexualized, and satirical giants on TV. If you don't think so, change the channel and see for yourself.
Within the first season, you're hooked. The characters highly unique and perfectly limned, the music is enchanting, and the actors are wonderful. I don't think that I've ever been attached to a full cast of actors before. And as for the content and the plot...I was also impressed with what I saw. Every season builds up enough suspense for an explosive season finale. With that said, it's a great show to watch for the first time, if you want to be on the edge of your seat, practically begging your TV to show you the very next episode right away. Why? Because True Blood is bloody brilliant.
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