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Sherlock’s Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are working on a Dracula TV show


Steven Moffat’s time as the showrunner for Doctor Who is almost at an end. With that in mind he needs something new to keep him occupied. There may well be new Sherlock at some point, but a lot of that depends on the schedules of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.

However, it seems Moffat is once again teaming up with his Sherlock co-writer, Mark Gatiss, to bring us a Dracula TV show.

Based on Bram Stoker’s novel Gatiss and Moffat will write the series, while Sue Vertue’s Hartswood Films will produce. Talks are already underway with the BBC on broadcast rights in the UK.

It is still very early days on this so there is no word on casting or whether they will also do a Sherlock and have it set in the modern day. However, it will have a similar format to that show in that it will consist of feature length episodes.

I had been disappointed in the last series of Sherlock, but I do know how much Gatiss loves his Dracula so I am looking forward to hearing more about this new take on the horror classic.

Who would you like to see play Dracula?

Source: Variety

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