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Dracula Star Claes Bang Wants To Make Season 2

Dracula Star Claes Bang Wants To Make Season 2

Claes Bang said he'd be keen to take part in the BBC and Netflix show should it return for a sequel.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

Dracula star Claes Bang has confirmed he'd return for season two, should it go ahead.

The actor - who has most recently starred in The Burnt Orange Heresy - took up the role of the famous vampire in the BBC One adaptation, which also aired on Netflix.

Penned by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, the show picked up a huge following when it aired at the beginning of this year.

But fans were left in the dark about whether or not it would be returning.

Claes Bang has confirmed he'd return (
BBC)

Speaking to Digital Spy, Claes said that a decision on season two "has not been made", but added that he "would love to do one more".

"I would love to say something about that but I can't because I think, no - it's with Netflix and the BBC," he said.

"I don't think a decision has been made not to do one. But at this point, a decision has not been made, either, to do one.

"The only thing I can say positively is that I would love to do one more. I would love to get back with those people. It was one of the best things I have ever been on."

The show has not been confirmed for season 2 yet (
BBC)

The first season of Dracula ended with the Count's supposed death - but we all know that vampires have a mysterious way of popping back up.

Speaking to Radio Times about the possibility of a season 2, writer Stephen Moffatt also said the ending wouldn't put him off, should the right opportunity arise.

"I mean, it's a show about resurrection," he explained. "That's literally what the main superpower of the main character is.

"Dracula started the show dead and then died again in episode two and came back. And then died again. Sister Agatha died and came back. I mean, everyone's dying on that show. So, we'll see."

It looks like we may not have seen the last of the Count just yet...

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Topics: BBC, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix