Dracula BBC Series Final Trailer
The most iconic vampire of all time is reemerging on the small screen courtesy of the BBC, and we have an official look at the network's brand-new miniseries, Dracula. After BBC dropped the show's first trailer in December, Netflix — which will be streaming the series for those of us living outside of the UK — released a final trailer on Jan. 3. The bloody clip shows fear-stricken individuals, including a group of nuns, determined to hunt down the supernatural menace, who journeys from Transylvania to London. "He is a monster. He is the devil himself," a voiceover says. (*shudders*)
The show is based on Bram Stoker's classic novel and hails from the creators of Sherlock. Actor Claes Bang — who's appeared in everything from The Square to The Affair — stars as the titular blood-sucker, while the rest of the cast will be rounded out by Mark Gatiss (who also serves as co-creator), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Morfydd Clark, John Heffernan, Dolly Wells, and Jonathan Aris.
On Jan. 1, the three-episode series began broadcasting on BBC One. It then hit Netflix on Jan. 4. View the final trailer for Dracula above before watching more teasers for the show ahead.