Dracula, the horror series created by the duo Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, just came out earlier this year and has intrigued the fans. The series is loosely based on a novel series with the same name. It’s almost been a month since the series came out, and now questions about Dracula season 2 are brewing on the surface.
The Television series that is broadcasts and releases on Netflix and BBC follows Dracula, the evil and immortal villain back from his origin in Eastern Europe. The show also follows his battles with Van Helsing and his descendants. Several truths about the deadly vampire are revealed in the series. Now after season 1, all the fans and viewers are looking forward to Dracula season 2. Here are all the details about the installment
What Could Be The Storyline For Dracula Season 2?
Dracula will continue to scare us with Dracula season 2. The last episode of season 1 took the viewers to present-day England. So, the story will proceed with England as the backdrop. Dracula is an evil and an immortal villain, so there are endless limits when it comes to the storylines. Keeping in mind that the story is a fantasy drama, it will be easier for the makers to explore places and characters in the show. The Dracula season 2 might even show flashbacks of Dracula’s origin and his past. His past as Vlad the Impaler could also be explored.
There has been no official news about the show’s plot yet. So, we will keep an eye on any news that we get about the plot of Dracula season 2. Till now, it’s just the assumptions that we can make by keeping season 1 in mind.
Dracula Season 2: The Possible Cast
Since the show hasn’t yet been renewed, we do not know whether what could be up with the cast. However, it’s just been one season of the show that is out, so clearly, there is a lot left to be told.
We can expect the original cast to come back. This includes Claes Bang as Count Dracula, Morfydd Clark as Mina Murray, Lujza Ritcher as Elena, Sacha Dhawan as Dr. Sharma, Clive Russell as Valentin, Nathan Stewart Jarrett as Adisa, Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha, John Heffernan as Jonathan Harke, Van Helsing as Dr. Zoe Van Helsin, Catherine Schell as Duchess Valeria, Youssef Kerkour as Olga, Patrick Walshe McBride as Lord Ruthven. There is a possibility that we may get to see new faces in the second installment of the show based on how the storyline may possibly change. It is better if we wait for some official news for even accurate details.
Renewal And Cancelation News? Release Date Predictions!
There has been no official word about Dracula season 2’s status by either Netflix or BBC. The show is created by Moffat and Gatiss and was first approved by BBC in October 2018. The series came together very quickly. Production wrapped up by August, and the show came to the screens on January 1, 2020.
If Dracula is loved by the fans and becomes a hit, there is no doubt that the networks may order another season. Until now, the show is gaining positive reviews and reactions for the viewers. Netflix kind of likes to keep a year gap between its shows. So if Dracula gets commissioned for season 2, we might get to watch it by early 2021.
We hope that the networks renew the show for another installment, and we get to see more of the horror show. Fans will only have to wait for hopefully the good news until there is an official confirmation. You stay tuned with tvseasonspoilers.com for more news and updates about the show. Meanwhile, tell us whether you liked the show or not in the comments below. If you haven’t already watched the show, you can watch it on Netflix now.
I'm Apoorva Agrawal, the Senior News Editor at Winacle Networks. Over the years, I've honed my storytelling skills in various genres, but I'm particularly drawn to TV dramas for their suspense. Off-duty, I'm binge-watching shows, predicting twists, and discussing them with friends. At work, I go beyond reporting facts. My journey has taught me not just storytelling, but also team leadership. For me, every article isn't just information, but a story unfolding.