The gory first series of the broadcaster’s new Dracula adaptation has made viewers desperate for news about the show’s future, but the finale seems to hint that there will be no more episodes.
This show is scripted by Sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, which draws heavily from Bram Stoker’s seminal 1897 vampire story, while Danish actor Claes Bang plays the role of the villainous Count Dracula, following in the footsteps of famous on-screen bloodsuckers like Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee and Gary Oldman.
WILL THERE BE A SECOND SEASON OF DRACULA AND HOW DRACULA IS DEAD?
The show hasn’t been renewed for a second installment yet, but there are high possibilities of the show getting renewed due to its massive popularity. Mark Gatiss had suggested in an interview with RadioTimes.com that the Count would indeed be making a return. “It’s very hard to kill a vampire,” said Gatiss, when asked about the possibility of a second batch of episodes.
“Do you know what I mean?” he continued. “What they do is resurrect.”
However, more recently co-creator Steven Moffat was cagey about future episodes.
“That would be to give away how it ends, wouldn’t it?” he said when asked about the series’ future. “So you’ll have to wait and see.”
THE RELEASE DATE OF DACULA SEASON 2
The deadly pandemic outbreak of novel coronavirus has been a reason for cast aside the production of many shows and movies. Therefore, we might have to wait for a longer time period before we witness the premiere of the second season of the show.
EXPECTED CAST OF DRACULA SEASON 2
If the show is renewed for a second installment, there are possibilities that the previous ensemble will be coming back in their roles like Claes Bang as Villainous Count Dracula, Morfydd Clark as Mina Murray, Joanna Scanlan as Mother Superior, Lujza Richter as Elena, Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha Van Helsing / Dr. Zoe Van Helsinki, John Heffernan as Jonathan Harker, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett as Adisa, Clive Russell as Valentin, Catherine Schell as Duchess Valeria, Jonathan Aris as Captain Sokolov, Sacha Dhawan as Dr. Sharma, Patrick Walshe McBride as Lord Ruthven.