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‘Dracula’ Season 2 A No Go In The States

It turns out “Dracula” isn’t quite immortal after all. The freshman drama has been canceled after one season.

Now, we’ve heard the rumor that the UK channel airing season one of ‘Dracula’ has ordered season 2, but will they continue without NBC helping with the cost of production… I guess we will know something one way or the other very soon. My next question is if the Uk channel does go ahead and puts out a season 2, will NBC pick up like it has Merlin and other shows from the UK in the past… I certainly hope so. What do you think about this whole thing… Dracula’s time has past, or is he biding his time till he triumphantly returns?

source: www.zap2it.com

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Editor • May 12, 2014


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  1. Sean Raines May 12, 2014 - 9:44 am Reply

    I’ve seen merlin on sci-fi network and I’ve seen plenty of bbc shows show up on bbc America, so if not nbc, or sci-fi, I’m hoping for bbc America, what is with all these networks cancelling shows after just one season? they are too quick to pull the cancelling trigger anymore

  2. Margaret J May 12, 2014 - 2:58 pm Reply

    YOU have got to be KIDDING???!!!! I can’t believe they are not doing a Season 2 of Dracula!!! I loved this show and will watch it where ever I can get it. NBC you are SO stupid, all I can say is I hope another network will pick it up or I am so hoping the BBC America will. Just like NBC to drop another good series, when are you guys going to learn.

  3. Sharron Rouse May 29, 2014 - 10:59 pm Reply

    So, we here in the States don’t get to see this? BBC America please pick it up! It’s my favorite show & I miss it.

  4. Dawn July 14, 2014 - 2:04 pm Reply

    I hope they renew Dracula. Im in the states and i would love to see it back here. Im sure all the Dracfans agreee with me.

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