20 Reasons “Carmilla” Is The Best Show You’re Not Watching
Buckle up, Creampuffs.
So the show's leads, Laura and Carmilla, are ADORABLE together...
...and they actually have chemistry.
It's the ultimate treat for fans of vampire fiction, with references galore.
Nearly all of the main characters on the show are relatable women.
Elise Bauman (as Laura Hollis) has epic facial expressions and perfect comedic timing.
One of the main characters, LaFontaine, is non-binary/genderqueer.
Queer crushes and relationships are treated as the norm.
Although the entire show is shot Vlog style, the acting and writing is so engaging you'll hardly notice.
It has one of the best lesbian slow-build relationships you can find.
The setting, Silas University, is a character in and of itself.
Carmilla is the first female vampire of her kind: she's witty, ultimately good, and *doesn't* sparkle.
It excels at transmedia storytelling.
LaFontaine & Perry are one of the cutest BFF pairings...
It's perfectly tongue-in-cheek, balancing humor and nodding to predecessors while managing to trail blaze its own path.
It has a winning combo of humor, drama, and engaging characters.
It gives subtle nods to other fandoms.
There are plenty of cute gingers.
Season One is shot in *one room*, yet there's action galore.
When we get a ~puppet show~ instead of a flashback.
Still not convinced? Just watch the trailer:
So buckle up, Creampuffs.
It's time to binge watch Carmilla.
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