Welcome back to Bon Temps, home to mystery, Southern sensuality and dark secrets. For Sookie Stackhouse, life is more dangerous than ever after she and Bill become more deeply involved. Meanwhile, Tara finds herself in love and under a spell; Sam puts his trust in an unlikely ally; Jason becomes involved with an anti-vampire sect; Eric recruits Sookie to investigate the disappearance of a 2,000-year-old vampire; and Maryann is revealed to possess a power that can control almost everyone in town. Then, after making a shocking discovery, Sookie, Bill, and Sam must form the last line of defense against a diabolical plan that raises this award-winning series to bloody new heights.
A decent second series.
- True Blood: Series 2 review by Shatner's Bassoon
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True Blood season two pretty takes off a few weeks after the events ending season one. The season two storyline is a bit more multi threaded than the first season with Jason Stackhouse discovering religion and joining 'Fellowship of the Sun' an anti-vampire militia under the guise of a church, Tara becoming involved with a woman named Maryann who's not all she appears to be and Sookie and Bill's quest to find the missing 'Godric' the 2,000-year old vampire Sheriff of Area 9. The series is well up to the high standards set by season one, though deviation into a more supernatural theme does feel a bit muddled at times, especially the Maryann storyline which runs throughout the whole season and pretty much takes over the final few episodes. Overall. if you liked the first season then this is definitely a no-brainer and something you'll want to rent.