Is there a chance of a Dracula season 2 renewal? Or, should we expect the series to end up being canceled? Here’s what we know.
Want to get some of the earliest information out there about Dracula episode 2 on BBC One? Consider this article a perfect introduction.
Check out a first look at Dracula, the new project from Sherlock alum Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat now!
The new Dracula series from Sherlock’s Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat now has a home over at Netflix.
Following his time on Doctor Who season 10, Steven Moffat is teaming with Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss for another new project! Once again, this one is taking on another familiar property in Dracula. According to a new report coming in right now via Variety, Moffat and Gatiss are teaming up in order to work on this adaptation with Sue Vertue […]
NBC may have earned itself a little bit of credit with the renewal of “Hannibal” (which we have mentioned previously, but not in an official article before now), but they are not going to be getting the same sort of love over their decision with “Dracula.” Instead, it can go off now with “Community” to […]
Tonight on NBC, we are saying farewell to a series in ‘Dracula” that came on the network with plenty of hype. This was a retelling of one of the most-iconic stories of all time, though thrown into a European setting and with a tone that felt often very much like “Mr. Selfridge”: slower paced but […]
NBC had a really good idea in theory to create the sort of supernatural-themed lineup on Fridays with both “Grimm” and “Dracula” being present and accounted for. So why isn’t it working out? We see this as being a problem of a few simple things, beginning of course with the fact that you strangely have […]
Whenever you have a new series, there is one week in particular that you dread like it is a vampire creeping up on you to inevitably suck your blood: The one immediately following the pilot. This is when you really get an idea if people actually like your show or not, since they are making […]
Every week that we write about a vampire show, we have to avoid the constant temptation to use the word “suck.” NBC’s “Dracula” makes that word easy to avoid by not being a necessarily terrible show; it’s at least different than every other one on TV in that there is no brooding, nothing too lewd […]