Interview With The Vampire Season 2 Unveils First Clip

Interview With The Vampire Season 2

by Ben Travis |
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In some ways, UK audiences were unlucky – we’ve had to wait a long time to finally see the TV adaptation of Interview With The Vampire, the massively acclaimed new series adaptation of Anne Rice’s celebrated blood-sucking Vampire Chronicles. American audiences have been raving about it for a year now – but Season 1 has finally, in recent days, made its way to BBC iPlayer (and BBC Two). But while it’s meant a long wait for the first run of episodes, it does mean the wait for Season 2 should be much shorter – the next season is due to air in 2024, meaning hopefully we get it fairly swiftly. And for anyone who’s binged the whole season already, here’s a first clip from what’s next.

That’s a lovely snippet of television right there – Jacob Anderson’s Louis de Pointe du Lac (the character played by Brad Pitt in the 1994 movie) having a conversation about managing his bloody appetite with fellow vampire Armand (Assad Zaman – played by Antonio Banderas in the film), while the rest of their crew pillage an entire hotel in the background.

Season 2 will consist of eight episodes, to arrive at some point next year – though, like most productions, it has been impacted by the strikes. Shooting recently resumed on the season, though, after an interim agreement with the union and AMC networks following a 10-week hiatus. Hopefully we’re not 500-odd years old by the time it reaches our screens.

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