A show about a mind-reading waitress in a world where vampires were a recent reality.
There were also shifters, werewolves, fairies, witches, and a maenad.
After five seasons of fangbanging frontal nudity and a finale that reached 5 million viewers, the man behind the onscreen version of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse Series is dropping handing his duties over to co-executive producer Mark Hudis. Ball tells NPR:
“I look forward to watching it next year. I just look forward to not working as hard.” Continue reading “Alan Ball Gives Up On His ‘True Blood’ Vampire Baby, Shifts Focus To New Show”