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Dracula Season 1 Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Must Know

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Set in 1897, the story is about a villain or anti-hero who is passionate about conquering Victorian London.

The series would be based on the novel by Bram Stoker, which goes by the same name ‘Dracula.’
It was written by the same writer who brought Sherlock its glory-Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat.

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The show is set to be released on BBC and Netflix.
It would follow the same Sherlock format of 3, 90 minutes episodes per season.

CLAES BANG AS DRACULA

WARNING: Embargoed for publication until 00:00:01 on 07/12/2019 – Programme Name: Dracula – TX: n/a – Episode: Dracula – episode 1 (No. n/a) – Picture Shows: Dracula (CLAES BANG), Sister Agatha (DOLLY WELLS) – (C) Hartswood Films – Photographer: Robert Viglasky

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Claes Bang, the actor we all know from the movies such as The Square, and The Girl in the Spider’s Web is going to play this bloodsucking role. And Bang is thrilled and ready to ‘bang’ the character.

THE DRACULA RELEASE DATE

The series has been released on television on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, at 9 PM GMT on BBC as well as on the streaming service Netflix US on 4th January 2020.

All the episodes are available to stream at  US NETFLIX ONLY, and will soon be available in other countries as well.

The fans would be able to log into the iPlayer and watch Dracula on-demand when each episode ends.

DRACULA SEASON 1 PLOT

CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS

Episode 1, titled ‘The Rules of the Beast,’ had the classic Dracula horror tale from the Irish writer. The show is set in Hungary in 1897, with the main characters being an English Lawyer Jonathan Harker (John Heffernan) and the deadly Transylvanian aristocrat Dracula (Claes Bang).

Then there is the vampire-hunting nun Sister Agatha Van Helsing played by Dolly Wells.

The period of the show is a bit confusing as Dracula seems to travel through time seamlessly.

 

 

 

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