It is a BBC Horror Television Series, which is now, also available on Netflix. The show is created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Muffat. It was just got aired in the year 2020, consisting of 3 episodes in total. All these episodes received huge loving reviews from the audience. The previous season was for a total duration of 90 minutes. This is based on 1897 Nobel with the same name, written by Bram Stoker. The series is renewing itself for another season. So, we are here with all details about it.
Dracula Season 2 Storyline
It will be very early to predict anything on the plotline of season 2, as there is no confirmation received by us regarding its renewal. But, the ending of the first season left us with a lot of unanswered questions. So, we can expect to get answers to those questions which are in the minds of people. Dracula is a Villain who is alive since the 15 century, and he is immortal too. But, in episode 3, ‘The Dark Compass,’ we saw a surprising change of place, i.e., to London. As per rumors, season 2 will also be focusing on the past life of Dracula. But, we cannot trust these rumors blindly. So, we have to patiently wait for some time until we received any confirmation, officially over its plot.
Dracula Season 2 Cast
We are short of any verification regarding the casts which will be coming back for this season. But, as per our expectations following casts are final for next season:
- Claes Bang as Dracula
- Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha
- Morfydd Clark as Mina
- Jonathan Aris as Captain Sokolov
- John Heffernan as Jonathan Harker
Dracula Season 2 Release Date
As the first season, I just completed its airing on T.V this year only. So, till now, there is no official confirmed information received about its releasing date by going through the release schedule of Sherlock. We can expect that Dracula will return early by the Summer of 2021 or even late by January 2023 because it is sure that the series is going to renew for season 2. Also, due to the ongoing situation caused by Coronavirus, the release might get delay. But there is no legal information about it yet.