We’ve got some positive-sounding news for Dracula fans!
Sherlock creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, who wrote the mini-series, have previously discussed the possibility of a second season.
Now Danish actor Claes Bang (Borgen), who plays the titular blood-drinking Count, has been chatting about the odds of Dracula returning for another bite.
Bang told Collider: “That’s absolutely something that I think is being discussed, but I don’t think there’s any news, at all. I haven’t heard anything.
“I would be super happy to do one more [season]. I’d love to go back with all of those people, and do more.”
Bang added: “It was were really fulfilling and lovely, and really, really cool to do. This is absolutely the truth, I have actually tried to find out if something was happening, but I don’t think they have started the discussions yet.”
He revealed: “I think what’s going on is that Netflix and the BBC are evaluating how it’s done, and all of that. So, unfortunately, I can’t tell you anything because I don’t know, at this point.
“I would actually love to know, and I would love to do one more, but there’s no news in that department yet.”
Sherlock co-writer Steven Moffat teased earlier this year: “I mean, [Dracula] is a show about resurrection. That’s literally what the main superpower of the main character is.”
We’ll let you know as soon as we hear further news on a second season of Dracula!
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