List of the best seasons of True Blood, listed from best to worst with pictures of DVD covers when available. Hardcore fans of the series often argue over what the greatest season of True Blood is, which is exactly why this ranked list was created. This list of the best True Blood seasons has been voted on by True Blood fans from around the world, so the order of the seasons isn't just one person's opinion.
Each season of True Blood has at least one memorable episode, so it isn't necessarily easy to figure out what the top season is. Is your favorite season of True Blood not as high as it should be? Be sure to vote it up so it rises to the top. If you want to answer the questions, "What is the best season of True Blood?" and "Which season of True Blood is the best?" then this list will have you covered.Use this list to make one just like it, then re-rank it to fit your opinion.
The second season of True Blood premiered on June 14, 2009 and contains 12 episodes. It is loosely based on the second novel of The Southern Vampire Mysteries, Living Dead in Dallas.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Nothing But the Blood," "Hard-Hearted Hannah," and "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'."
Memorable moments from Season 2 include:- Lafayette being trapped in a dungeon by Eric.
- Jessica attacking her parents.
- Sookie being viciously attacked by a monster.
The first season of True Blood premiered on September 7, 2008. The story takes place in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, two years after vampires have made their presence known to mankind, and follows telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse as she attempts to solve a series of murders.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Strange Love," "Burning House of Love," and "You'll Be the Death of Me."
Memorable moments from Season 1 include:-Sookie developing her relationship with vampire, Bill Compton.
-Sookie's brother Jason Stackhouse being accused of murder.
- Bill risking his life to safe Sookie.
The third season of True Blood premiered on June 13, 2010 and contains 12 episodes. It loosely follows the plot of the third novel of The Southern Vampire Mysteries series, Club Dead.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Bad Blood," "Night on the Sun," and "Evil Is Going On."
Memorable moments from Season 3 include:- Russell killing a reporter live on the news.
- Jesus and Lafayette sharing their first kiss.
- Jason killing Franklin by shooting him with a wooden bullet.
The fourth season of True Blood premiered on June 26, 2011 and contains 12 episodes. The storyline picks up twelve and a half months after the events of season three; it is loosely based on the fourth novel in The Southern Vampire Mysteries series, Dead to the World.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "She's Not There," "Burning Down the House," and "And When I Die."
Memorable moments from Season 4 include:- Tommy killing his parents.
- Alcide killing Marcus so he couldn’t turn into a vampire.
- Jason saving Jessica from the sun.