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Sink Your Teeth into Netflix’s Halloween Treat: “True Blood” Arriving Internationally

Sink Your Teeth into Netflix's Halloween Treat: "True Blood" Arriving Internationally
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The beloved vampire drama series “True Blood” is making its way to Netflix in October 2023. This exciting new addition comes as part of Netflix’s co-licensing deal with HBO. Promising a shivering experience for fans of the supernatural worldwide.

As part of this new co-exclusive arrangement between Netflix and HBO, some of HBO’s finest dramas, including “Band of Brothers’’, ‘’The Pacific’’,” “Six Feet Under,” and “Ballers,” will be joining the Netflix library. In fact, all five seasons of HBO’s hit series “Insecure” have already been added.

For those unfamiliar with “True Blood,” this fantasy horror drama series enjoyed immense popularity during its run.

Created by Alan Ball and based on Charlaine Harris’s “The Southern Vampire Mystery” novels, the series is a timeless piece of art. With over 5 million viewers at its peak, “True Blood” captivated audiences for seven seasons (80 episodes). Notably, it earned recognition at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards, winning Outstanding Casting for a Drama in 2008, with Anna Paquin taking home a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Television Series Drama.

The series is set in the fictional Renard Parish, Louisiana, in the town of Bon Temps. And unfolds in a world where vampires revealed their existence to humanity two years earlier. Following the creation of the synthetic blood product known as True Blood. Anna Paquin stars as Sookie Stackhouse, a telepathic waitress whose life takes a thrilling turn after she crosses paths with the 174-year-old vampire Bill Compton, portrayed by Stephen Moyer.

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The eagerly awaited arrival of “True Blood” internationally on Netflix,  has been confirmed to be on October 1st, 2023. However, fans are still waiting for official confirmation regarding its availability Globally.

As for Netflix viewers in the United States, it appears that “True Blood” will be a Halloween treat exclusively for international audiences. While HBO’s other shows will be making their way to Netflix US, including “Band of Brothers,” “The Pacific,” “Insecure,” and “Ballers,” “True Blood” seems to be reserved for international fans.

As the spooky season approaches, grab your bowl of popcorn and prepare to delve into the captivating world of “True Blood” on Netflix. With its enticing blend of vampires, telepathy, and supernatural intrigue, it’s the perfect series to get you in the Halloween spirit. 

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