"True Blood" makes it look easy. Start with sharply written characters, mix in a plot that's never predictable, try a few new things here and there, and you have a tasty concoction.
I've watched most of the first season on DVD, and I can safely say I'm a fan of "True Blood." Being a huge "Buffy/ Angel" fan, I have trouble liking other vampire stories because I compare them to Joss Whedon's work.But I like Alan Ball's "True Blood" because it's its own thing -- the iconic vampire show of the late-Oughts is quite different from the iconic vampire franchise of the late-'90s.
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John Hansen said: What you say makes sense. Good point about "Normal Again." Yes, her time with Pike in Las ... [More]