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New ‘Dracula’ Miniseries Heads To Netflix And BBC

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The story of Dracula is one that’s been told countless times. Regardless, fans simply love watching different takes on the character. Two major TV showrunners are joining forces again to bring this character to life once more.

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Sherlock creators Stephen Moffat and Mark Gatiss are teaming up for an upcoming Dracula miniseries. This new series will bring Bram Stoker’s vision to life with three episodes slated to be two hours long a piece.

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“There have always been stories about great evil. What’s special about Dracula is that Bram Stoker gave evil its own hero,” the two creators said in a joint statement.

Another Epic Collaboration

This series will be released in the BBC over in the U.K. For everyone else, it will be unveiled on Netflix. This will be another collaboration between BBC and Netflix. Shows such as Black Mirror and Black Earth Rising have brought high numbers for both services.

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“We can’t wait to bring Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’ brilliant storytelling to our members around the world and we are eager to collaborate on yet another series with the BBC,” Netflix VP of Global Television Larry Tanz said.

More Sherlock Adventures Soon?

This is another major project for Moffat. He’ll have an executive producer credit on the American remake of Jekyll. He produced the 2007 TV miniseries of the same name for BBC. This six episode series featured an appearance by his partner Gatiss.

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The two also have the possible fifth season of Sherlock in the air. Speaking to Digital Spy, Moffat did revealed they might get back to the series in the near future. “I’ve been flat-out on Doctor Who ever since. So I haven’t really thought about it. Mark has been doing other stuff as well, so we haven’t sat down and had a proper talk about what we would do with another series,” he said.

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