Netflix Releases Final Trailer for Dracula Limited Series
The three-part affair was developed in conjunction with the BBC.
By Chris Morse
Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’ new Dracula limited series has just completed its three-night run overseas on the BBC, so that means it’s time for the Netflix premiere here in the United States. It will finally be available tomorrow, January 4th, and the streaming platform released today the final trailer to prepare you to sink your teeth into it just ahead of the debut. Give it a watch above and read on for more details regarding the series.
Written and created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, with episodes directed by Jonny Campbell, Damon Thomas, and Paul McGuigan, the series is inspired by Bram Stoker’s classic novel and will re-introduce the world to Dracula, the vampire who made evil sexy. In Transylvania in 1897, the blood drinking Count is drawing his plans against Victorian London. Claes Bang (The Girl in the Spider's Web, The Square) plays the titular role of Dracula.
The series additionally stars John Heffernan (The Crown), Joanna Scanlan (Hold the Sunset), Dolly Wells (Can You Ever Forgive Me), Lujza Richter (Phantom Thread), Sacha Dhawan (The Boy with the Top Knot), Jonathan Aris (Sherlock), Morfydd Clark (Patrick Melrose), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Misfits), Catherine Schell (Doctor Who), Youssef Kerkour (Home), and Clive Russell (Game of Thrones).
The cast also includes Lyndsey Marshal (The League of Gentlemen), Chanel Cresswell (The Bay), Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game), Lydia West (Years & Years), Paul Brennen (Wild Bill), Sarah Niles (Catastrophe), Sofia Oxenham (Poldark), John McCrea (God’s Own Country), Phil Dunster (Humans), and Millicent Wong.
Dracula has just completed its three-night overseas run on BBC One and premieres stateside on Netflix tomorrow, January 4th. Be sure to follow Dead Entertainment for more horror news and trailers ahead.
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