Creators of Sherlock, Steven Moffat, and Mark Garter have reinvigorated blood lovers-vampires with the new series named Dracula. Three 90-minute episodes full of twist and turn were broadcasted on BBC One in the UK from 1st to 3rd January 2020 until Netflix airs year-round in the United States. Season 1 of Dracula is based on the plot of Bram Stoker’s novel.
Release of Season 2
Neither anyone from cast nor the broadcasting channel has made any statement or given any clue on commencement of new season of Dracula which is most awaiting season among the fans after the first run of show’s season 1.
However, the creator of Dracula Season 1 Mark Gatiss has given a clue that his version of Dracula could make a comeback on the screens. In a conversation with Radio Times, the hopes of fan got revived as the showrunner commented that killing a vampire is not easy. He left the fans in thoughts about whether they could catch the meaning of his statement.
It may not be guaranteed but the success of the first season of Dracula would prompt the makers and BBC One to go for the second season of the series and justify the end of episode three of the first season.
The probable plot of the new season of Bloodsucker Dracula
The end of Season 1, doesn’t screen the official death of Dracula. Season 2 which may be a tricky one would present Dracula as immortal. The immortality of Dracula may be either a curse or a blessing. Still, the plot isn’t very clear that everyone’s favorite vampire will have life in BBC’s new show Dracula season 2.
It just shows that Dracula ends up drinking the blood of Van Helsing, which could cause him death. Dracula-bloodsucker is an immortal villain, wandering in this mortal world since the 15th century. The new season may cover his past since the 15th century, along with his story as Vlad the Impaler.
Neither BBC nor Netflix has announced the official date of Season 2. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic season, 2 won’t come up this year. However, it may have its release date in mid-2021.