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Dracula: Netflix’s Series Takes A Bite Out Of Vampire Lore

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The mini TV series called Dracula is the new buzz on Netflix. It does not comprise tons of episodes but each one is about 90 minutes long.

The series is set during the 1897 period in Transylvania. It revolves around a blood-drinking Count and how he draws his course of action in bringing down Victorian London.

The first episode of the series was released on New Year’s Day while the third episode was released in a jiffy, just three days later. Netflix was being too generous to parch the curiosity of the viewers and did not want to keep them waiting too long.

The beginning of the series

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Initially, the viewers would be in a muddle to find them at a convent. Jonathan Harker recalls the painful memory of him being mutilated by Count Dracula and he, therefore, recites this encounter to two nuns.

Sister Agatha is quite the woman with gut-busting one-liners and she keeps interrupting his talk to ask some thought-provoking questions. Therefore the viewers are going to be spellbound after viewing this conversation.

It is out-of-the-way to know that while he describes to the sister, all about the castle, she seems to have an abnormal knowledge about the place and she doesn’t seem to throw herself into a tizzy.

Cast

The foreboding and baleful role of the hurtful count Dracula is being played by Claes Bang. Dolly Wells is the perfect vote to play the role of Sister Agatha. The series was created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss.

The Set

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The set comprises of very different sceneries. While the Dracula’s castle is relentless and inexorable, Sister Agatha’s convent is a splendid little place with a lot of brightness.

Are you ready to face the truculent Dracula? Watch the intriguing series right away and share your experiences in the comment box below!

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