Dracula Season 2 is tricky. Ever since the miniseries ended, viewers have been left in a dilemma as to whether our favorite vampire has any more life left.
Bram Stroker’s hit novel from 1897 Dracula has been adapted into many movies, documentaries, and shows. Recently the novel was adapted for a miniseries by BBC One and Netflix which consisted of three episodes. The series aired on 1st January 2020. Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat developed the show. The series was broadcast over three consecutive days on Netflix and BBC One.
Will There Be A “Dracula Season 2”?
After the successful first season fans all over the world are waiting to sink their teeth into the second season. Unfortunately, we still do not have any official word on the same.
However, Mark Gatiss, the series creator has hinted that his version of the popular Dracula could still creep back onto our screens someday. He teased that it is very hard to kill a vampire. He hinted on a possible resurrection.
Although this is no guarantee for a second season, the success of season one might prompt BBC One and Netflix to make a follow-up which somehow circumvents the end of episode three. Even if the second season gets a green signal from the networks, it will still be 2021 or even 2022 before the Dracula creeps out of the shadows.
The Plot of the Show
The show follows the legendary king of the night, Dracula from his origins in Eastern Europe. The story also follows him through his battle with Van Helsing, his descendants, and beyond. The show fleshes out the legendary vampire’s gory crime and brings his vulnerability into the light.
As we do not have a sequel for the series yet we can not be sure of the plot. But it will surely involve Count Dracula returning from beyond the graves.
The Cast of the Show
We are not sure of a cast for the second season but we hope the actors from the first part reprise their roles. The cast involves
- Claes Bang as Count Dracula
- Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha Van Helsing and Dr. Zoe Van Helsing
- John Heffernan as Jonathan Harker
- Morfydd Clark as Mina Murray
- Joanna Scanlan as Mother Superior
- Lujza Richter as Elena
- Jonathan Aris as Captain Sokolov
- Sacha Dhawan as Dr. Sharma
- Nathan Stewart-Jarrett as Adisa
- Clive Russell as Valentin
- Catherine Schell as Duchess Valeria
- Patrick Walshe McBride as Lord Ruthven
- Lily Dodsworth-Evans as Dorabella among others.