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
Alexander Skarsgard's character has a relation with his brother's, Bill and Gustaf, characters in Vikings and Hemlock Grove. Bill plays a upir, a vampire who can walk in the sun, in Hemlock Grove. Gustaf plays a viking in Vikings. See more »
When Sookie is eating Adele's pie, the amount of pie on the fork keeps changing between shots. See more »
A human with me at the end. With human tears. Two thousand years and I can still be surprised.
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so, i read everyone else's reviews. it seems that if you are a Buffy/Angel fan, then you will more than likely loathe this series. otherwise, there's a chance you will really dig it. that is, provided lots of sex, especially really creepy sex doesn't freak you out.
let's start with the credits. i haven't seen credits that i actually enjoyed watching since the end credits of se7en. yes, the credits are weird. and cool.
the acting, look, cast, and score are top notch. the first two episodes left me clearly conflicted. not to be confused with dear departed dexter (another killer series). i was drawn in, turned on. and for some reason really freaked out. all at the same time. excellent.
i just bought the first 3 books...and i'm nearly finished with the first. well done, creators of true blood! well done, chick that wrote the southern vampire series!
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