Obviously, Hoyt is going to grow old and become less attractive as he gets older and will eventually die. So do you think Jessica will stick around when he's an old man and has dementia or will she turn him at some point in their marriage?
The original creator of the show of the show left after season 5 and Brian Buckner took over and I’ve never forgiven him for ruining this show! Season 6 and 7 are some of the worst parts of true blood and sadly also the last we ever got.
Finding out your BF hired 2 guys to beat the shit out of you so he could save you and make you fall in love with him should make you question their feelings for you. I mean this is straight up psycho behavior.
Basically asking how many children do you think Eric killed before the start of the series?? And I'm not talking about teenagers but pre-teen kids for the sole purposes of feeding.
There seems to be a need for new content so I just thought I'd pass it along. I'm in New Zealand so I don't know how watching it on demand anywhere else goes but I thought I would let you blood crazed demons know. Good luck and let me know what you think.
I’ve watched and finished the series in 3 days. Safe to say I am obsessed. While that may be, I am extremely salty about the fact that Eric and Sookie ended up as they did; to say that I’m upset would be an understatement.
Although I understand the need for the writers to be unique and not end it how (I imagine) the majority would want it to end, it still bothers me to no end. I am not one to act like a 14 year-old teenager when it comes to fictional couples (except for Mr.Darcy and Elizabeth), but I am distraught by how they were left.
I am planning to read the books and I’m a very fast reader so I’ll probably finish them in a heartbeat, but before I start reading I have a question: do the books end the same as the show? Because I was not satisfied with the ending -partly because I wanted Eric and Sookie to be together, but mainly because I found it unsatisfactory and amateur with regard to the storytelling abilities and basic reasoning.
I love vampire stories and I really need another good series or movie! Let me know what you all have found to fill the True Blood void...
I have been rewatching this show and I realize that Sookie makes a big deal out of not being able to read Bill's mind, but she never says anything else about other vamps. Are all vampires immune to her telepathy or is it just Bill like a reverse Edward/Bella situation. Mind you, I first watched this show a long time ago, so i don't remember if they ever mention it later
I’ve read the books so I know her character in the books is slightly more tolerable, but the way they wrote her character for the tv show just disappoints me. Does anyone else agree? She never takes two seconds to consider anyone else, and when there’s stuff happening to other characters, she always brings it back to herself. Am I interpreting that wrong??
There's no way it's some sudden resurgence in popularity, right? Then why is Reddit's algorithm suddenly bumping it to the top all of the sudden?
Hypothesis: HBO, hopefully in cooperation with Alan Ball, is trying to probe out interest in True Blood.
a) Someone, probably either HBO or Your Face Goes Here Productions, owns the rights to a feature-length screenplay and is entertaining the possibility of pursuing investors. Even if Alan Ball wrote the screenplay himself, this would probably fail. Still, it doesn't hurt to check the temperature from time to time, if only to establish the value of the IP.
b) An unrelated entity is interested in market research for sexy vampire entertainment. Blumhouse would be a oood candidate; especially now that they've entered the fray of lib-arts "elevated" (ugh that term) horror. Anything that puts the kibosh on the Insidious franchise is fine by me. This could also be related to their declared intentions to reboot Spawn.
c) This one's a little in the weeds, but Westworld is another possibility. There have already allusions to other HBO properties, e.g. Game of Thrones. There has already been some mention of incorporating more HBO properties. While a direct True Blood / Westworld connection is almost certainly not going to happen, (aside from Evan Rachel Wood, of course,) a horror-themed world would be pretty fucking sweet.
d) I'm overthinking everything about this. The show's popular, Reddit's algorithm changed, I'm a nerd.
I really don’t want to be mean but I physically cannot stand Tara. It’s gotten to the point where I literally fast forward her scenes because she annoys me to death, is it just me, is it just because I haven’t finished the series yet (I’m only at season 3)? And the worst part is, I feel bad doing it, because she’s gone through a lot and somewhat has the right to be as horrible as she is. Ugh...
Edit; update: I’m currently at season 5 and she has just become a vampire. Fuck me, just when I thought she was acting ok during season 4, now she is acting like a fucking baby who I’d like to kill.
Consider that in the span of 1 night they went from babies to 3 years old and had were able to speak pretty well. After which they then went through another growth spurt not too long after and were teenagers, who spoke perfect English. After which, we find out that despite only being at best 1 yr old (not sure time gap between season 6 and 7), she was enrolled in highschool and could keep with the material. So does this imply that Adilyn is really smart and perhaps fairies in general are super intelligent?
I've never understood why vampires needed invitations if they could just glamour their way in. I'm rewatching Season 3 and Franklin just glamoured Tara to invite him in her/Sookie's home and I'm just like WTF was the point of that whole scene? Lol I remember Steve Newlin also glamoured Jason to get an invitation into Jason's home.
I don't know. I just feel like it shouldn't be that easy. If it was up to me, I'd explain that a vampire's power can't reach across the threshold of a home while the mystical wall (which can only be lowered through invitation) barring them from entry is still up. At least then there'd actually be a challenge.
The show's still awesome. Vamp lore could be improved, though.
When they first met, Hoyt was head over heels in love with Jessica and they had puppy love. They soon moved in together and had the typical, small, squabble couples have early on.
Soon enough things take a turn for the worse when Jessica decides to cheat on Hoyt with a guy she met at fangtastia few days back. After which she then feels really bad about it and tells him that she cheated on him (take into consideration that drinking blood off humans is kind of like sex for vampires and this was the equivalent to a girl cheating on her bf with a guy she met at a club). However, this turns out badly and she uses her glamour powers to make him forget about her infidelity.
She then later on starts acting distant towards him while at the same time fantasizing about having sex with Jason and not wanting to feel guilty about cheating on Hoyt again goes to break it off with him. However, Hoyt figures it all out and break it up with her instead.
Now that she is single again she gives into her desires and ends up sleeping with Jason not too long after breaking up with Hoyt. Eventually, she and Jason end up becoming fuck buddies while Hoyt frequents fangtasia every night to get that rush of familiarity of having a vampire GF. Hoyt tries to get back with her one night at Fangtasia but she rejects him, calls him pathetic and goes on to drink (vampire equivalent of having sex in show context if you think about it a little) different guys every night.
Hoyt moves away while Jessica continues to blossom her relationship with Jason even though Jason has made it perfectly clear that he could never be in love or wanted a romantic relationship with her; this was somewhat reinforced when Jason was going through that super racist phase towards vampires. Jessica then decides to try her hands at dating the undead since her human relationships were failing so often. However, her vampire BF turns out to be bisexual and more into men and they soon break up.
Jessica then gets abducted by Jason's controlling ex-gf and is saved by Hoyt which causes all the rush emotion she had for him to come back. Hoyt eventually finds out that they dated and she glamoured him into forgetting their past relationship. They soon marry and are still together at the series final.
Now personally i find this to be too many red flags when it comes to jessica. It's been shown that she is not above glamouring to cover up her infidelities/mistakes and is willing to cheat. In addition, her running back to Hoyt is not too different than a woman who dumps a guy and goes through a series of bad relationships only to want said man to be part of her life later on when she is older and has tons of baggage. It just isn't genuine at that point and seems like the guy is picked not because she loves him but because he is her safety net at stability once every other option has failed.