Archive for October, 2008

Fave TV Vamps as Selected by The Televixen

Happy Halloween to all of my TV loving ghosts and ghouls!  Speaking of creatures of the night … what better day than today to pay tribute to my favourite dishy TV vampires!!!

#6:  Bill Compton – True Blood.  One of my newest faves from HBO’s sizzling new series based on the Southern Vampire novels by Charlaine Harris.  Nothing like a vampire that’s also a Southern gentleman.

bill compton

#5:  Mick St. John – Moonlight.  What is it about a vampire PI living in LA that’s so attractive?  In this case, it was Mick’s undying devotion to Beth.

#4:  Eric – True Blood.  The stunning head vamp that sits on his throne at Fangtasia, Shreveport’s vampire bar, and glamours people to do his bidding.

#3:  Josef Kostan – Moonlight.  Brilliant businessman, best friend to Mick, and womanizing vampire.  What more could you want?

#2:  Angel – Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel.  The vampire with a soul.  Once a merciless killer, now a defender against dark forces.  His and Buffy’s love rival that of Romeo & Juliet, Heloise and Abelard, Tristan & Isolde.

#1:  Spike – Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel.  He was evil.  He was ruthless.  He ended up lovesick.  He and Buffy had the lust that made buildings crumble around them.  Sexy, sarcastic, and ultimately self-sacrificing, That’s what makes Spike my favourite TV vampire of all time!

Now it’s time for you to share.  Let me know who your favourite undead hotties are/were by commenting below!


Bookmark and Share

The Televixen’s Back!

Hello my television-loving friends! I’m back!

This fall has been so busy, but my oh my, has there been some great TV. I’ve been enjoying Season Five of Entourage, which has proved once again that Jeremy Piven is worth every single Emmy to date; and I was so happy to see the return of Eli Stone in one of the best premieres this year!

What else has this Televixen been watching? It’s more like what haven’t I been watching! Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles has taken some interesting turns, and I am happy it’s been picked up for the entire season. Summer Glau’s performances in recent eps has brought a new dimension to this show. I’m also one of the people who has decided to stick with Heroes, and was very intrigued by last week’s ending. I was excited about this season early on, from the sneak preview screening I attended. In case you missed my article about the sneak preview, you can read it at The TV Addict. There are still some storylines that I don’t see the point of yet, but there have been enough twists, turns, and revelations to keep me committed to seeing this season through.

In keeping with the theme of heroes and villains, I’m interviewing Cassidy Freeman later today. Cassidy is Smallville’s new bad girl, Tess Mercer. I’ll have a link to that article later in the week, and more of my musings on the current TV season.


Bookmark and Share