Goodbye True Blood, Hello Aurora Teagarden!

July 10, 2014 by  

Another Charlaine Harris Series Gets TV Time:

Aurora Teagarden series by Charlaine HarrisFans of HBO’s True Blood are both loving and lamenting Season 7 with this being the very final season for the vampire show. However, news has just come to hand announcing that another of author Charlaine Harris’s series will be made for TV!

This time round it will be the Aurora Teagarden series rather than her Southern Vampire Mystery series that will be getting air time. And, instead of a TV series, Hallmark will be making a series of movies based on the novels. The Hollywood Reporter has announced that former Full House actress Candace Cameron Bure will be playing the role of Aurora ‘Roe’ Teagarden.

This series spans eight books, starting with Real Murders and concludes with Poppy Done to Death. The breakdown on the series is as follows:

The drama centers on librarian Teagarden, a crime buff, lover of mystery novels and a member of the Real Murders Club, which meets to analyze famous crimes and mysteries. Her passion and insight about true crime ends up putting her at the center of different crimes that happen in her community. She will do whatever it takes to get to the bottom of these mysteries.

It is unclear just how many books in this series will be turned into movies or how closely they will even follow in the books footsteps, but Trubie fans will be excited none the less! And as a fan of this book series, I can’t wait to see another of Charlaine Harris’s series come to life on the TV screen.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter – ‘True Blood’ Author’s ‘Aurora Teagarden’ Franchise Coming to Hallmark (Exclusive)

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  • loretta kindsvater

    im not read or watch anything ch writes again big fan of stackhouse series and in my opinion she ruined it

    • MsConsuelo

      I still read CH novels, but I BUY THE BOOKS USED on Amazondotcom. That way neither CH nor her publisher gets any of my money. In a capitalist society that’s the only form of protest that works. By the way, (**SPOILER**) in the Teagarden series, the heroine goes through several boyfriends before meeting the love of her life, who CH then kills off a couple of books later. If I had read the Teagarden books first, I never would have read the SVM series.