Season 2 of Dracula is a tricky one. Dracula is either hurt or cursed with immortality depending on how you look at it, but the latest show of the BBC, which features a favorite vampire of all, is still not bright.
Although some viewers may want to sink their teeth in the second season, there is still no official word that Dracula will come back again for more episodes after the first run of the series. However, the producer of the show, Mark Gatiss, suggested his Dracula version might one day still be on our screens.
While that is far from a guarantee, the popularity of the first time of the season may cause the BBC to make an update, which would bypass the end of episode three. If so, what about the everlasting sucker next?
Possibilities Of Season 2:
For one thing, at the end of Season 1, Dracula does not officially die. He only drinks the blood of Van Helsing, which kills him for reasons I don’t understand fully. On a symbolic basis, the two characters seem to be opposites to combat over time. But again, why, because there’s no excuse Dracula has to die, is very vague. Moreover, Count Dracula, even if he does, can still only come back.
The critical issue is clearly that at the end of Dracula, we discover many of the laws that no longer bind the character (and vampires in general). He hangs in the sun, and crosses no longer bother him. He is totally fine.
He’s still alive, and he’s drinking blood, of course, but it’s not quite the same. Dracula Season 2 will tease the sense of the character without all these guidelines. And, better yet, find a way back to them.
Expected Release Date:
For Dracula Season 2, there is no fixed release date. It was not even officially renovated yet, although it was not excluded.
Based on the release schedule for Sherlock, we can see Dracula return as early as the Summer 2021 or as late as January 2023. Again, though, we’ll get a Season 2 at all.
The last episode of the first season of Dracula put an end to his story with the Van Helsing family. Doctor Helsing discovered the Count’s fear of dying. Dracula, however, continues to feed on her poisonous blood that kills both of them.
None of them would have died. So if BBC renews the franchise for a second season, either of these or both may return, somehow reborn.
If so, the Dracula would be more reliable than ever, no longer affected by the alleged “weakness.”