"True Blood" Author’s Aurora Teagarden Franchise on Hallmark

HBO’s True Blood came to an end in 2014. Now the author whose Sookie Stackhouse books inspired the vampire drama is setting up a new franchise.

Author Charlaine Harris‘ eight-book Aurora Teagarden series is being adapted into a movie franchise at Hallmark! The Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie series will become part of its all-new Original Mystery Wheel franchise.

The Teagarden series was first published in 1990 with Real Murders and concluded in 2003 with Poppy Done to Death. The audiobooks are narrated by Thérèse Plummer.

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Full House alum Candace Cameron Bure will play Aurora “Roe” Teagarden in the series of movies based on Harris’ character.

The drama centers on librarian Teagarden, a crime buff, lover of mystery novels, and a member of the Real Murders Club, which meets to analyze famous crimes and mysteries. Her passion and insight about true crime ends up putting her at the center of different crimes that happen in her community. She will do whatever it takes to get to the bottom of these mysteries.

The first Aurora Teagarden movie, A Bone to Pick, premiered in April 2015, and Real Murders premiered in July. Click here to watch a preview of the latest movie!

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