New Dracula TV series coming from makers of BBC's Sherlock

So, it looks like we're getting another DRACULA TV show on the way. For some reason. After the failure of DRACULA: UNTOLD and that one DRACULA TV series a few years ago with Jonathan Rhys Meyers playing the Count, it's any guess as to why anyone would bother.

But bother they shall, and the people behind this idea are none other than Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, the people behind the popular Benedict Cumberbatch-leading SHERLOCK series. However, no deal has been struck just yet, so no telling if they'll cast him as the eponymous bloodsucker or not (though he would be a good choice).

Also, since this is in such early development, there's also no word on if it will be a modern retelling (like their SHERLOCK reboot) or a more faithful, period route. Though it is known that it will be in the same format of SHERLOCK, with each season being a miniseries of feature-length episodes.

So what do you Schmoes think? You down for a DRACULA TV series? Yay or nay? Either way, sound off below!

Extra Tidbit: Who's your favorite Dracula? I'm still going with Lugosi - can't beat the classic!
Source: Variety



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