Fans waiting for word on the renewal of "Dracula" for season two by NBC might have some good news from NBC coming soon. On April 6, Seriable reported that NBC could be getting ready to renew the series for a second season. Many fans thought that the finale for the series was actually a series finale. That might not be the case though.
Dracula premiered last October, and it did bring in fans as a partner for "Grimm" on Friday nights. The ratings were not top notch, and there were reports of trouble on set. It might be coming back though. It just isn't clear if it will come back to NBC. The series is made in a partnership with Sky TV in the UK. Renewal could cover UK viewers.
Where did news of renewal come from? According to Seriable, Jonathan Rhys Meyers revealed the renewal to guests at a party. He is the star and he also co-produces the show. NBC has not yet confirmed the renewal news officially.
Meyers stars as the main character on this series, and he did talk about his need to take on the darker roles he does to E! Online. He said the following:
"People don't really cast me as the hero very often. I think my physicality lends itself more to being seen as a character who's got a little bit more duality than that. I don't look like the cowboy riding in on a white horse with a white hat. I'm more like the one in the black cap skulking in the corner."
What do you think? Will you tune in for a second season of "Dracula" if it returns to NBC?