New “Dracula” Series Stakes Its Vampire

February 15, 2019

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Steven Moffet and Mark Gatiss are teaming up once again for a new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. You may be wondering who will be playing the lead role. That would be Girl in the Spider’s Web (review) actor Claes Bang.


Set in Victorian-era London, the miniseries will also star Gatiss, Dolly Wells, Luiza Richter, and John Heffernan.


This is not the first “Dracula” series we’ve seen. The first premiered back in 2013 but was short lived. With Moffet and Gatiss having a long track record of successful series, having worked together on both “Doctor Who” and “Sherlock”, odds are we’ll be in for a good show this time around.


Set to begin filming this Spring, the series is a co-production of Netflix and the BBC with the show airing in the U.S. on Netflix and on the BBC in the U.K.

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