True Blood 7 Seasons 2013

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Season 6
(150) IMDb 8/10
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Season Six Premiere. Bill's bloody reincarnation ushers in a new era for vampires, faeries and humans alike. Alcide, now packmaster, discovers that the job has ups and downs. Meanwhile, Truman Burrell, Governor of Louisiana, vows open season on vampires.

Starring:
Anna Paquin, Ryan Kwanten
Runtime:
52 minutes

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Who Are You, Really?

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Season 6

Product Details

Director Stephen Moyer
Starring Anna Paquin, Ryan Kwanten
Supporting actors Rutina Wesley, Stephen Moyer, Sam Trammell, Nelsan Ellis, Carrie Preston, Todd Lowe, Alexander Skarsgard, Chris Bauer, Deborah Ann Woll, Kristin Bauer von Straten, Lauren Bowles, Joe Manganiello, Michael McMillian, Lucy Griffiths, Kelly Overton, Rob Kazinsky, Robert Patrick, Rutger Hauer, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Arliss Howard
Season year 2013
Network HBO
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Adam Brelsford on 2 Mar 2014
Format: Blu-ray
been a fan of True Blood since the first showing of season 1. Bought all the blue ray discs so far which has some fantastic extra content on. Season 6 is a breath of fresh air after the disappointing 5th season, as gory and sexy as the early seasons. Dont want to spoil the plot line but there are many twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat and leaving you wanting more at the end of each episode. Buy it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 July 2014
Format: DVD
A shortage of True Blood has caused vampires to seek the real kind. Enough is enough! Seeking re-election, Louisiana's Governor decrees the closing down of all vamp businesses and a strict curfew at night (the only time vampires had been able to get out and about). Secretly he has authorised an internment centre, with experiments on vampires to determine how best to get rid of them. Giving particular pleasure to those in charge is the sight of vampires exposed to sun, they blazing most dramatically.

Bill is back, his powers increased. His top aim now is to save vampires from extinction. As ever, fans may look forward to much gore, sex and a high body count.

Ten episodes of varying lengths. The creators have set out to simplify, returning to the concepts of Season One. They concede that ever since then supernaturals of many kinds have tended to swamp, leading to some very confusing and involved storylines. This time actual human beings are getting more of a look-in.

Waitress Sookie remains catalyst for much that occurs, she and brother Jason destined to meet their fairy godfather - not to mention the killer of their parents. Werewolves and shapeshifters are mainly the other supernaturals on this occasion.

All is done with style and tongue-in-cheek humour, some sequences almost self-parody - especially whenever Jason is around

Bill's new status impresses. Eric has his moments, especially in Episode 9, which for several reasons is a stunner. It is interesting to be reminded Jessica never featured in the novels, her character built up as the actress so impressed. Again there is relief Lafayette is still around, he not surviving Charlene Harris's first book.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Nathan J on 28 May 2014
Format: DVD
This latest season of the HBO hit show has proven to be fairly polarising. Some think the show has now officially jumped the shark, perhaps blaming Alan Ball's exit. Many others like myself think the show has bounced back from a slightly messy fifth season.
I think there are a few things that have helped return the show to form. First off, the reduced number of episodes may sound like a bad thing but actually helps to move things along at a much quicker and satisfying pace. Secondly, there has been a much needed streamlining of stories. I think in the past True Blood has struggled with a bloated cast and while characters should be developed, not every citizen in Bon Temps needs a major life-changing storyline. Most characters this year are involved in the main 'Vamp Camp' storyline which is exciting and feels like its harking back to the shows earlier seasons with an emphasis on the conflict between humans and vampires. It also leads to the return of Anna Camp as Sarah Newlin who steals the show for me!
Finally and most importantly, there is a heightened sense of drama and suspense. This time, you really felt everyone was in danger and a lot of characters met some equally heartbreaking and gruesome ends. This leads to some incredible performances from the cast. The season ends on a big cliffhanger (or two) that will leave you dying to see what happens.
To sum up this was a superb penultimate season that left me really excited for the seventh and final series.
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72 of 86 people found the following review helpful By JPar248 on 15 Sep 2013
Format: DVD
After drinking the blood of Lilith Bill has become powerful and unstoppable than any vampire. Sookie and Jason are on the hunt for Warlow, a mysterious vampire who killed their parents and has been contractually promised to Sookie, helping them is Niall their Fairy-Great-Grandfather, played excellently by Blade Runner's Rutger Hauer. Eric, Pam, Jessica, Tara and all other vampires are in danger, with the Authority destroyed the Louisiana Governor has taken to control with new weapons and vows take down the vampires once and for all.

This is one of the better seasons, while many will disagree but to each their own since everyone ranks the seasons differently. Despite being two episodes shorter, the stakes (no pun intended) are higher as the characters are in danger, especially the vampires this time and characters actually die, won't spoil who but these deaths leave huge impacts on the characters. Also by upping the ante and character's dying, the season succeeds in stripping back the multiple storylines that the finale promises that Season 7 will feel like Season 1 again.

The throwaway subplots are still there but they are sidelined and even merged together so that the three main stories stay in focus. The humans vs. vampires story is great, it feels more like the social commentary from earlier seasons even see the return of the vampire hating Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) from Season 2. Bill's story was interesting and doesn't just resort him to an evil monster but gives him a real character arc with consequences not just for him but those he cares about. Sookie's story has many twists and turns, we get the revelation of who Warlow is and he is not just the killing monster we're lead to believe but a complex character with revelations that hits a raw nerve with Sookie.
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