True Blood Fuels the Fascination in Vampires

December 1, 2008 by  

On the setDavid Bauder from The Associated Press discusses via the public’s increased interest in everything dealing with vampires. Alan Ball’s new HBO hit TV series “True Blood” has helped fuel the popularity in the “walking dead”.  “True Blood” finished season 1 as the cable networks’ most popular show since “The Sopranos” and “Sex in the City”.  The viewship increased every week to react a total average of 6.8 million viewers, an astonishing feat for a new series.  One of the key features that draws viewers to the show week after week is the complex love story between the telepathic waitress, Sookie Stackhouse and the extremely sexy and charming vampire, Bill Compton played by the equally talented and gorgeous Stephen Moyer. Filming of Season 2 can not begin soon enough for the millions of fans of “True Blood” who continue to be drawn to the allure of Bill and Sookie.  To read David Bauder’s report click the link below.

SOURCE: Vampire fascination stokes success of HBO’s “True Blood”

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