Season Two Of ‘Interview with the Vampire’ Bares Its Fangs Today

Interview with the Vampire season 2

May 12, 2024

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It’s been two years since AMC’s “Interview with the Vampire premiered. We had almost given up hope that the new season would ever arrive. But today, Season Two finally premieres.

The cast welcomes new members Ben Daniels (“The Crown”) and Roxane Duran (“The White Ribbon”), and Bally Gill (“Sherwood”). David Costabile (“Billions”) sinks his teeth into a guest role. Emmy-winning director Alan Taylor (“Game of Thrones”) is at the helm for the season’s first two episodes.

Picking up after the of Season One, Louis (Jacob Anderson) continues to recount his adventures across Europe. Driven to understand his existence as a vampire, he embarks on a quest to uncover the secrets of the ancient bloodsuckers and the legendary Theatre des Vampires in Paris.

In the City of Lights, Louis encounters Armand (Assad Zaman), a powerful and enigmatic vampire. Their initial attraction blossoms into a passionate affair, but love comes with a price. Journalist Daniel Molloy (Eric Bogosian) listens, determined to continue unearthing the hidden truths buried within Louis’ stories.

Interview with the Vampire” is just the tip of the iceberg for AMC’s expansive Anne Rice universe. The network’s deal encompasses 18 titles, including iconic works like “Queen of the Damned” and “The Witching Hour.” This means there is a possibility that we could see a full-blown Anne Rice universe at some point.

Season Two promises to retain the series’ signature sensuality and gothic horror blend. The season will delve deeper into Louis’ past  that have shaped him. With a talented cast, a captivating new setting, and the promise of delving further into the rich tapestry of Rice’s vampire world, “Interview with the Vampire” Season Two is poised to be a must-watch for fans of the series and newcomers alike. Watch the premiere of Season Two today on AMC and AMC+.


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