As you nurse your hangover from the night before or wake up not knowing where you are after an evening of debauchery on New Year’s Eve, just know that the BBC and Netflix have the cure for what ails you.
On January 1, 2020, the long-awaited DRACULA adaptation that is being co-produced by the BBC and Netflix will be hitting screens on the BBC. The series will run three consecutive nights on the BBC while the premiere date for Netflix has not been determined or announced as of yet.
SHERLOCK creators Mark Gattis and Steven Moffat will be behind the new take on the Prince of Darkness and will feature Danish actor Claes Bang as the lord of the undead who has his sites on Carfax Abbey.
The BBC announced the premiere date via Twitter: