BBC and Netflix Mini-Series “Dracula” Arrives in January

Last year it was announced that Netflix and the BBC were working together again for a new mini-series of “Dracula” written by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss and the time has almost come. The series, made up of three 90 minute episodes, is inspired by the classic Bram Stoker novel and will reintroduce viewers to the world of Dracula. In the UK it will air over 3 consecutive nights on BBC 1 from January 1st before being added globally (excluding UK) on Netflix on January 4th. As with previous Netflix and BBC co-productions it will likely get added to Netflix in the UK at some point – however initially you will have to watch it on iPlayer if you miss the TV broadcast.

You can see a teaser trailer and photos from the series below:

Directors:

  • Episode 1: Jonny Campbell (“Westworld”)
  • Episode 2: Damon Thomas (“Killing Eve”)
  • Episode 3: Paul McGuigan (“Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool”)

Cast includes:

  • Claes Bang (“The Square”, “The Bridge”) as Dracula
  • John Heffernan (“Collateral”, “The Crown”)
  • Joanna Scanlan (“Hold The Sunset”, “No Offence”)
  • Dolly Wells (“Can You Ever Forgive Me”, “45 Years”)
  • Morfydd Clark (“His Dark Materials”, “Patrick Melrose”)
  • Lujza Richter (“Phantom Thread”)
  • Mark Gatiss (“Doctor Who”, “Sherlock”)
  • Jonathan Aris (“Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”)
  • Sacha Dhawan (“The Boy With the Top Knot”)
  • Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (“Misfits”)
  • Catherine Schell (“On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”)
  • Youssef Kerkour (“Jack Ryan”)
  • Clive Russell (“Game Of Thrones”)

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