The BBC have rebooted one of Horror’s most iconic vampires in their brand new series Dracula.

The programme goes to London in the 19th century in this re-imagining the infamous story. It’s a classic telling of the Bram Stoker creation that looks similar to the 90s film that starred Gary Oldman. In this video, we hear from the writers of the show about where they got their inspiration and hear how they decided to approach the source material. Doctor Who writer Stephen Moffat was involved in the production and is known for his gripping storytelling and intricate plot lines.

We hear from the cast how they prepared for the role and how they looked back at the original novel to learn about their characters and the style of the production. The BBC have had successes bringing other famous British literature to the screen, which we saw in their incredible versions of Sherlock and Poldark. Could they strike gold again with this series? Are you a fan of the show? Let us know what you made of the vid down in the comments.

Dracula|BBC|Broadcast

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