The Maenadian reign of terror may be over, but Sookie Stackhouse and the townspeople of Bon Temps face a new calamity that makes the bacchanalian evils of Maryanne Forrester seem tame by comparison. In Season 3, Sookie desperately tries to locate her fiancé, ending up in a netherworld of human and undead interlopers, among them the powerful Vampire King of Mississippi, Russell Edgington.
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i love true blood from the beginning to the end and that's why I keep ordering the series from zavvi especially as they arrive soo quickly!!!
I have started watching True Blood and it is excellent!
Love it! Always keeps you guessing whats going to happen next! So addictive as well! Season four here i come.
True Blood - Season 3 - Love it! Each season just gets better and better!
True blood is addictive. It gets better as the seasons go on. There are more twists and unexpected events in this season. If you enjoyed the other true bloods you will like this. This is one I would recommend to watch!
I am a huge fan of the first two seasons of True Blood and was eagerly awaiting the third season. I found myself oddly disappointed with it, however. The main storyline of the season revolved around Bill's disappearance and the introduction of the warewolves and this was fairly well done. It had the shocking and funny moments that i love from True Blood. It was the peripheral storylines, set mainly in Bon Temps that were boring and not very well integrated into the series as a whole. Sam's search for his family and Jason's latest antics just fell flat. I still enjoyed the series but it was not as good as i had come to expect from True Blood. Here's hoping for an improved season four.
If you enjoyed seasons 1 and 2 you will find season 3 just as enjoyable. However, it seems that everyone in BonTemps is supernatural. Initially there were vampires and Sookie. Then there were werewolves, shapeshifters and so on. Now it seems that every chracater posesses some king of supernatural ability. On the positive side it still looks good and there is as much violence, blood and sex as ever. Bring on season 4!
Exiting, Sexy and Entertaining, deffo worth a watch. Better than the second season which had a couple of dull moments. Season 3 has more blood, boobs and bludgeoning and more Eric and Pam ;-). However it doesn't quite get 5 stars for me as I feel it lacks the humour and depth of character the book has. I also feel that some of the changes to the story have not really added to the plot, just put in to attract a wider audience by sexing it up a bit, and dumbing it down slightly. Although it is early days. I hope they develop the characters a bit more. Sookie is generally likeable but sometimes annoying when she pulls that gormless facial expression lol. Eric, Pam, Lorena, Russell and of course Lafayette are great and well played. Though Eric and Pam are even funnier in the books (sorry to keep bringing up the books lol).I just can't help but feel sorry for Bill constantly, but he is so square and I just can't wait for Eric to get his wicked way with Sookie. Every girl loves a bad boy, especially a tall, blonde handsome one.
A brilliant series which followed on from the season 2 climax well and answered most of the questions I had as well. The season also introduced a new character (who I have heard is returning in the 4th season), a werewolf named Alcide. I felt for all of the characters at the end of the season but now I really can't wait for the next season to see if things will evver be the same in Bon Temps
In the aftermath of Maryann, Bon Temps is shaken to its core and in true "True Blood" style suspense and action are on the agenda from the outset. Bill is kidnapped after a disastrous proposal and Sookie's quest to find him leads to truths she never thought she would uncover. Each episode is more enthralling than the last with great new characters like Alcide and Jesus. Probably the most terrifying addition to the cast is the Vampire King of Mississippi, Russell Edgington, a very old vampire with "traditional" views about the relationship between humans and vampires. In a series of flashbacks we get to know the history of several characters, including Eric, Bill, Sam and Lafayette. It's Eric's past that leads the Vampire King on a murdering rampage which can only be stopped by our favourite human-Sookie. Can't wait for Season 4!
Each season seems to get better. Plenty of sex, blood, violence and great characters. This is a must view series. The only criticism I have is that everyone seems to be supernatural in some way.
If you have loved True Blood so far then you will love Season 3, as it follows on in spectacular fashion from 1 and 2! The series' seem to be growing further and further away from the books, and only a few elements remain the same in Season 3, unlike Season 1 which had many more direct quotes and scenes. However, if you can treat the books as something seperate then this is one fantastic series. As we've grown accustomed to in the previous series' of True Blood, there's a lot of sex and a lot of blood and violence - but all done in a way somehow essential to the story and the viewing experience. You should enjoy Eric this season, some excellent moments in true Eric style that will have you laughing and admiring him - Alexander Skarsgaard does brilliantly this season with his increased role in the story - I am never averse to seeing more of him! Anna Paquin as Sookie performs well again as our lead, and we see her delving into a new world she doesn't quite understand. It all gets more mysterious and complicated from here on in I think, so we all better be waiting for in depth new plotlines. I felt that I disliked Sam more this season - his character goes through a lot of changes that you don't get in the book - he seems to play an entirely different character altogether, and I'm not sure I really like that. However the acting is great and you can't deny him that - the character he has is played very well. You will dislike Bill more this season as well - a few truths are exposed and some pretty shocking behaviour on his part may make you turn against him! By the end a certain redemption is there but not so much!! I was left very much on Team Eric ;) but I'm not certain how other viewers will take it. With a much more in-depth insight into werewolves and shifters and a pretty nasty plot in store for Tara, there's a lot more going on in Season 3, and you're sure to be gripped if you're already a fan. For those of you forced to watch it - girls have Jason, Sam, Bill, Eric, Alcide AND MORE to be looking at, and boys have Sookie, Tara, Jessica AND MORE also, so there's always some eye candy to get you through the hour!! I still defy you to watch a few episodes and not be hooked though ;) Overall this series became more complex and in-depth than the last two as it involved a lot more characters and storylines, but this wasn't to its detriment! Though a far cry from the book, Club Dead, it's still excellent vampire-werewolf-shifter-fairy-you-name-it action that'll have you on the edge of your seat.
Have loved all the seasons, number 3 is no exception. So well written, I can hardly wait for more seasons.
The best thing about this series is El Sid. I was quite disappointed with the storyline this season and the revelation about Sookie is very odd. Watchable as usual and great characters but not sure where the next series is heading.
This film is just about worth watching.