Set in modern times, vampires roam the Earth and are humans' mortal enemies. However, a substitute has been found for human blood, a substitute that vampires can consume with the same effect as human blood. This is True Blood. Now humans and vampires can co-exist in harmony, and even form relationships. But there will always be rogue elements on both sides ready to exploit the uneasy truce.Written by
Every season has a main antagonist for the protagonists to face. Season one: Rene Lenier. Season two: Maryann Forrester. Season three: Russell Edgington. Season four: Marnie Stonebrook. Season five: Salome Agrippa and Lilith. Season six: Sarah Newlin and, in the finale, Warlow. Season seven: Sarah Newlin is the cause of the problem for this season, but Hep-V is the primary problem. See more »
When Sookie is eating Adele's pie, the amount of pie on the fork keeps changing between shots. See more »
I write this review as a "want to be writer". Not someone with any real skill or credibility. However when you want to become a writer as a youth it is usually driven from the art of actually writing. Dialogue, action and character development. This show is very well written, Alan ball clearly is gifted. Not just skill but talent. I think this show was only good for 5 seasons and they should have left it at that. Shows make the mistake of going on, not just because they can. Because the audience ask for it, I remember Vince Gilligan saying he could have had more seasons of breaking bad, but chose not to. I didn't understand at the time but I do now. This show is not meant to go on and on, it's a story. It was meant to end at the right time. This could easily have gotten 10 stars from me if they made this show 5 seaons.
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