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The fictional universe depicted in the series is premised on the notion that vampires exist, unbeknownst to the majority of humans until two years before the series premiere, when the creation of synthetic blood ("Tru Blood") by Japanese scientists, which eliminated vampires' need for human blood to survive, allowed vampires to "come out of the coffin" and reveal their existence to the world.and those who think human-vampire co-existence is impossible, because it conflicts with the inherently predatory and violent nature of vampires.The premiere of True Blood was prefaced with a viral marketing/alternate reality game (ARG) campaign, based at Blood encoding web address into unmarked envelopes mailed to high-profile blog writers and others, and even performances by a "vampire" who attempted to reach out to others of their kind, to discuss the recent creation of "True Blood", a fictional beverage featured in the show.The series revolves around Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a telepathic human-faerie hybrid known as a halfling (not to be confused with similarly named, but unrelated creatures found in other fantasy works).

The sequence also features images and themes of death and rebirth; the circle of life.Some of the footage used in the sequence was filmed on location.Digital Kitchen then took a four-day trip to Louisiana to film as well as shot at a Chicago church, and on a stage and in a bar in Seattle.Composer Nathan Barr writes the original score for the series, which features the cello, guitar, prepared piano, and glass harmonica among other instruments, all of which he performs himself.The second True Blood soundtrack was released on May 25, 2010, to coincide with the third season's premiere in June.

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