True Blood’s Season 3 is More Popular Than Ever

September 15, 2010 by  

True Blood Cast, True Blood, HBOMany different media sources rate shows currently on tv, and with some shows, each new season means that more people are introduced to the show and get more ratings from bigger and bigger pieces of media.

True Blood is a show that has garnered better and better ratings as each new season airs. One website in particular, Metacritic, has given True Blood a higher ranking with each new season as new reviews of the show continue to come in.

In the first season, Metacritic gave True Blood a rating of  64 based upon show reviews. After season 2 aired, Metacritic upped that rating to a much more favorable score of 74. Based on the reviews of season 3, Metacritic upped True Blood’s score again. Currently, True Blood has been given a rating of 79.

Congratulations to Alan Ball and the cast and crew of True Blood! Hopefully we’ll continue to see a rise in ratings with each new season of True Blood!

SOURCE: Entertainment and Show Biz — True Blood Season 3: Latest Metacritic Rating Suggests Popular Than Ever

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  • D.Reilly

    CONGRATULATIONS !!! to HBO TRUE BLOOD CAST & CREW for season 3 !!! We, the fans , though we have to “wait” 40 ‘painful’ weeks..we are EAGER for season 4 ( and seasons 5, 6, 7, 8 etc.)!! KEEP IT COMING…It’s In OUR BLOOD, NOW…we’re ‘Addicted’ to the sunday night fun on True Blood!! Thankyou, Alan Ball ( & co.)

  • JANE

    EVERYONE SEES THINGS DIFFERENTLY I GUESS, BUT I FOUND SEASON 3 TO BE THE BEST OF ALL. I CAN’T WAIT FOR SEASON 4, OF THE BEST SHOW ON TV !!

  • Azure

    The first season was brilliant, the second so-so, and this third season was a let down. It was too busy with too many silly characters and dumb crazy going on at once for it to be as enjoyable as it had been previously. I mean you need a directory to keep up with the characters now. The finale was a gimmicky, corny mess and surprisingly disjointed, so much so that even the actors’ acting seemed wooden and thoroughly unconvincing at times. How could the producers let such a great idea with such an instant following get so out of whack so quickly? Interestingly and ironically, the CW’s Vampire Diaries series started out bad, but has been steadily improving to the point where I’d say it’s now poised to take over as TV’s premier vampire show if True Blood continues to lose focus.