TV Guide Reviews/Recaps
15:00 EDT, 01 Jul, 2013
(Housekeeping note: I'm going to defiantly ignore the story lines of Sam and Alcide this week, because I just can't with those two anymore. Writers, help them out! Feel free to were-growl at me in the comments.)
So I know I'm not, like, translating the more
This week an older version of True Blood returned, and brought with it a younger version of me, and I remembered exactly why I loved it in the first place. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/true-blood-the-sun-review-this-show-just-wrote-an-entry-in-my-e more
While True Blood is still largely chaotic, splintered and at times just plain random, there were a few things in “The Sun” that portend well for this season. In the past, the show has piled on to the supernatural creature count every season, to the point more
With True Blood Season 6 only being 10 episodes, I'm eagerly anticipating a tighter, less flighty season. Sure, last week's premiere featured a lot of boring over-explaining and some unbelievable snap character decisions, but the follow up, "The Sun," tha more
Things are getting really convolved in Bon Temp. Everything is blurring together into a eerie haze. Bill is caught between dream and reality, the future and the present. Sam appears to be in danger as vampire hostility could likely progress into shifter ( more
Oh, True Blood. You need to pick up the pace. Do not let Bilith became the Ifrit of season 6. Watching him suck the blood out of a woman without even touching her was good TV, but No Place is no place I want to visit again.
We opened with the man we can more
When we last left off in True Blood, Bill (Stephen Moyer) had fallen victim to a Lillith triple decker sandwich, as visions of the powerful vamp took possession of his body. Poor Jason (Ryan Kwanten) was also facing some difficulties, including coming fac more
Humans bit back this week on True Blood, showing their bite is as bad as their bark, courtesy of some new technology.
Indeed, the fragile peace between night and day walkers continued to dissolve on "The Sun," as we heard tales of torture by both parties more