True Blood the last bite our final thoughts

Published On September 12, 2014 » 1557 Views» By Darren Dimmick » TV
True Blood came to a close after being on our screens for 6 years, but did the final moments really do the series justice.

Through out the series Sookie Stackhouse ( Anna Paquin) and Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) have continued to save one another lives, with Bill being 177 years old in the final moments it suddenly became all too much for him and choose his on off lover to steak him through the heart.

Through out the seasons we have been introduced to Vampires, Werewolves, shape shifters, Werepanthers and Fairys surprising us with new supernatural phenomenons at every corner.  But in the final episode the surprise was that Bill wanted Sookie to end it, so that she could be happy.  So doing a full cycle from the first season showing how 2 people from very different worlds could unite and fall in love, bringing us to the last episode that united them for a brief moment to say there good byes did True Blood finish in a sympathetic way to the fans, or was there too many stones left un-turned.

The series finale was if anything a little predictable, with Jess marrying Hoyt, Jason falling for  Hoyt ex girlfriend  Bridget, who just so happened to be able to turn him from the man whore to the perfect partner, and Sam being happily married with children ( the married part I just assume).  Not a vampire in site as the final curtain closes as we  see Sookie now pregnant with an unknown man settling down to a meal with all her friends and family.

Well I suppose you could at least say that all the i’s were dotted and all the T’s were crossed, we got to see a full picture of where everyone was, without leaving to many questions to answer, but the shows roots had been lost somewhere.

Since around season 3 the main draw to the show for me has been Eric Northman played by Alexander Skarsgard and is protegé Pam ( Kristin Bauer van Straten).  Pam who continuously delivered her perfectly timed one liners, and Eric who made the show feel more like a vampire series rather than about Sookie a sexual predator that took no prisoners.

The final scenes for both Eric and Pam sore them become rich beyond their wildest dreams, being behind the cure to Hep V with NU blood in a comical TV commercial, thus ensuring that True blood went back to its crazy camp heart that gripped viewers at the start.

Good bye to the people of Bon Temps.

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