True Blood - The Complete First Season Reviews
Scripted to perfection. Their take on the vampire lore sets a whole new level for vampire movies and shows.
True Blood was a thrilling and exciting adventure with Sooki Stackhouse, definitely a show to put at the top of your list.
this is one show i think sets a new bench mark for television and will hopefully pave a path more shows like it
True Blood is Genius! The concept is fresh and even daring if I may say. But what else would you expect from the creator of Six Feet Under and writer of Academy Award winning American Beauty?
True Blood is set in a world where Vampires have only just "come out of the coffins", they now openly coexist with humans. They have their own political movement and they are surviving on a synthetic blood replacement called True Blood.
The story revolves around a character called Sookie Stackhouse (played by X-Men's Anna Paquin), a young woman living in the town of Bon Temps Louisiana. She has a not so special ability, she can hear people thoughts. This ability has its ups and downs for Sookie although more on the downside. Until the day a vampire, Bill Compton, walks into the place she works, Merlottes. She is instantly drawn to him. And within a few minutes of this encounter, her ability saves the life of Bill from two red necks out to draw the Vampire off his Blood.
True Blood is full of colourful characters, all very different from one another. From Sookie's best friend Tara to her wild and free sex crazed brother Jason.
This series rarely lets the viewer down, and instantly draws the viewers into liking the characters. Each episodes of Season One leaves you hungry for more. The only real shame remains in the fact that there are only twelve episodes.
There are many things to look forward to in Season two, but nothing can be said here without spoiling it. If you like witty, sexy, intrigue, imaginative related content, you will be immensely pleased with True Blood Season One.
Some would say not the best use of time, but a good series none the less...