Dracula travels back to London to extract revenge against those who hurt him years ago. Along the way, he falls in love with a woman who reminds him of his first love. Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Jessica De Gouw, and Thomas Kretschmann.
This is a dark show, and I don’t just mean the theme. The show’s lighting is so dim that it’s hard to watch – literally. I get that because it’s Dracula you have mostly night shoots, but it doesn’t help the storyline when viewers aren’t sure of what they’re seeing. As the story continues, the show builds in intrigue. It’s an imagining of the Dracula tale with a unique and interesting take. Jonathan Rhys Meyers makes a good Dracula, and Jessica De Gouw as his love interest is just as intriguing. By the end of the show’s only season, I was surprised that it had been canceled, but it was still worth a watch.