“Dracula” is a series that keeps our eyes glued to the screen. This shows’ fandom has kept increasing ever since the first release.
“It’s tough to kill a vampire. Do you know what I mean? What they do is resurrect.”
The first season became a huge success. Therefore BBC confirmed that they would renew the season.
Dracula Season 2: The Release Date
The release date of the second season has not been officially announced yet. However, we can expect to see the new episodes air on the streaming services somewhere around 2021 at the very earliest.
Dracula Season 2: Who’s In The Cast?
Surely, Claes Bang would be back for the role that made him a Dracula symbol on the BBC. During the finale of the previous season, we saw both Sister Agatha and her modern descendant end. Although, there’s a slight chance that Dolly Wells could return as another member of that bloodline.
John Heffernan might play the role of Jonathan Harker. His visage might continue to be used by the vampire-obsessed foundation that was set up in his name.
It won’t be surprised if Mark Gatiss appears in another cameo role again, given that Dracula does return from beyond the grave.
Dracula Season 2: What’s The Plot?
The last episode of Dracula’s first season brought his and the Van Helsing family’s story to end. Doctor Helsing revealed the Count’s fear of dying.
However, Dracula chooses to feed on her poisonous blood that kills them both.
It could be that none of them died.
So if BBC renews the franchise for a second season, then either or both of them could return, reborn somehow.
If that happens, the Dracula would be stronger than ever, no longer affected by the supposed “weakness.”
There is a possibility that in the next season, we might see Dracula’s past life. We could see a host of other stories about the Dracula and his adventures. It seems we will have to wait until the release of Dracula Season 2 to truly understand what happened to the Dracula at the end of Season 1.
In the end, writers love playing with time, and there are many years of backstory that could be chosen for inspiration.