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NBC cancels 'Dracula' after one season

Jonathan Rhys Meyers's "Dracula" show cancelled
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Sorry "Dracula" fans but Entertainment Weekly reported today on May 10, that NBC canceled the vampire drama. That means it will not be coming back for a second season, which some fans were hoping for. "Dracula" had seen an average 1.8 ratings among adults in the ages 18-49.

"Dracula," had aired its first episode back in Oct. 25, 2013, and now it aired its last episode months ago on Jan. 24.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers had been in the lead as Dracula. There had been much speculation if the British/American show would be coming back for a second season and now everyone today has their answer.

It's interesting to note that in the early 90s, there was also a "Dracula" series, it was called "Dracula: The Series" that show starred Geordie Johnson as Dracula. It also like the 2013 show, saw a short demise with lasting for only one season. That leads to ask, is Dracula only good for TV if it's a mini-series?

It wasn't the only freshman show that NBC canceled either, "Believe," "Crisis," and "Ironside," also joined the vampire drama. NBC announced days before the cancellation of "Dracula," that "Hannibal," was renewed for a third season, and "Constantine" a TV show based on the D.C. Comics got picked up by NBC.

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