Blu-Ray Review: True Blood: Season 2

Posted in DVDs, Reviews, TV
By Sam Bathe on 11 May 2010

Showing Twilight how to handle the vampire world with a serious take on the mythological race, True Blood isn’t quite a revelation for the TV world, but it’s not far short, and something of a slow burn beneath the public sphere, it racked up impressed audiences throughout its debut season which more than carried over to the second outing. With the main plot point of season one tied up, it was always a question whether the show would be able to carry of it’s promise into another major story vein, though season two more than confirms the show’s creators have got what it takes. The second season of True Blood focuses more on the day to day lives of the vampires, delving deeper into their own society, though it’s far from Desperate Housewives with fangs, don’t worry there’s are plenty of twists, turns and excitement along the way. Another example of why almost every HBO show is one to watch.

Show ★★★★ Extras ★★★★★

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