In the groundbreaking new season, the makers of Sherlock, Steven Moffat, and Mark Gatiss breathed new life into the legendary vampire. Structured as Sherlock, Dracula season 1 is structured as three 90-minute episodes and was broadcast in the UK on BBC One from 1 to 3 January 2020 until Netflix became available for streaming in the United States during the entire year.
Dracula follows the plot of Bram Stoker’s novel with the Danish actor Claes Bang as an aristocratic yet lethal vampire – and then radically diverges from it. Just as in Stoker’s novel, Dracula is beginning to visit English lawyer Jonathan Harker (Jon Heffernan) to negotiate a property agreement only to find himself a prisoner of the vampire in the first season, “The Rules of the Beast.”
The second season, “Blood Vessel,” describes the sea trip of Count Dracula on Demeter and the confusion of the vampire on board. Dracula’s arrival in England reveals the final episode, “The Dark Compass.” Moffat and Gatiss went beyond Stoker to research Dracula’s story and his character, introducing complexities and interesting new twists to folklore and even nodding in classic Hammer horror films about the King of Vampires.
No plans have been confirmed by the BBC or Netflix for Dracula season 2 to date. The BBC commissioned Moffat and Gatiss ‘Dracula in October 2018, and the show soon collaborated. The shooting took place from March 2019 to August 2019 to mark the 1 January 2020 air date in Britain.
The first season of Dracula has 3 episodes for a total of 90 minutes. The first season in January 2020 was released. And then, we face the COVID19 lockout. And this year, we can’t foresee season 2 and not until mid-2021. The series was not officially confirmed yet, because we do not have the release date.
The cast of season 2 will include:
- Claes Bang as Dracula
- Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha
- Morfydd Clark as Mina
- Jonathan Aris as Captain Sokolov
- John Heffernan as Jonathan Harker
Dracula is an immortal villain, but what sorts of horror stories the vampire will tell, and it also means when and where are there. Because Dracula was alive since the 15th century, it may be interesting to present a prequel describing his past exploits, including his story as Vlad the Impaler.
Dracula Episode 3, “The Dark Compass,” had a surprising time shift that took the vampire to London today. And given the way Dracula finished, the vampire’s beauty is to magically make himself “undead” even though the Count is dead and bear his evil ways against someone else.