Vampires have piqued people’s interest in the cultural zeitgeist for as long as they’ve wondered, “Are vampires real?” We’ve been writing vampire books about them ever since.This has resulted in the best vampire movies and television shows as a result of our fascination with vampires.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The show follows Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Geller) as she fights evil forces in her small town of Sunnydale, based on the 1992 film. Buffy, a seemingly mild-mannered high school student by day, is one of a long line of “Slayers” with superhuman strength, stamina, healing, and agility who use these abilities to battle evil.
This spinoff from Buffy the Vampire Slayer picks up with Angel as he moves to Los Angeles in the wake of his breakup with Buffy. Angel serves as a private investigator, attempting to assist the powerless and atone for years of wrongdoing. Along the way, he must fight a slew of demonic powers attempting to stop him.
The Vampire Diaries
Based on L. J. Smith and J. L. Miller’s YA novels of the same name. What could be better than a love triangle involving two vampires trapped in teenage bodies? Follow Elena, a captivating young girl who has just lost both of her parents and falls in love with a 162-year-old vampire.
Sookie Stackhouse, a waitress (and telepath), had no idea what hit her when vampire Bill Compton stepped into her little Bon Temps, Louisiana, bar. However, as we will soon discover, it is real (forbidden) love.
Dark Shadows has gained a cult following over the years as the first vampire show. Barnabas Collins, a man from the 18th century who is cursed to be a vampire and buried alive, stars in this gothic soap opera. Two centuries later, in 1972, waking up in his hometown of Collinsport appears to be full of fish-out-of-water scenarios.