This weekend it was announced that "True Blood" is up for a Saturn Award for Best Syndicated Cable Television Series. The Saturn Awards are presented yearly by The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Movies.
"True Blood" is up against some stiff competition including "Dexter", "The Walking Dead", "American Horror Story:Asylum", "Leverage", and "The Killing". But, can they handle their own?
The past couple of seasons fans have been complaining that the story is getting far too spread out among too many characters, that they are too far from the books, and that the stories aren't as in depth as before and that it just starts getting good near the end. Will this hurt "True Blood"?
What about in the next season? There is a change in writers, a change in the number of episodes this season, and more additions to cast members.
This is the 38 year and the winners will be announced in June.
But, for now is there enough bite left in "True Blood" to win this award? Past winners include "Stargate SG-1", "Dexter", "Breaking Bad", "Babylon 5", "Farscape" and "Battlestar Gallactica"
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