‘Interview with the Vampire’ Season 2: Release Window, Trailer, Cast, and What to Expect

AMC’s Interview with the Vampire (2022-) has been officially renewed for a second season, but it will be a while until fans get to see their favorite vampires back on the screen. After a successful first season, the series is set to be bigger, better, and possibly bolder, as Louis and Lestat continue their story of “love, blood, and the perils of immortality” in Interview with the Vampire Season 2. It is still known Anne Rice Interview with the VampireGothic horror fantasy drama is based on the author Anne Rice‘s eponymous 1976 novel and is the first television adaptation of the book and the first television series of the immortal universe of Rice. The first season explores the first half of the book, ergo, the second season is expected to cover the second half. In its release, the first season Interview with the Vampire Received critical acclaim and was nominated for several awards. Performance of writing, narration, production value, music, and acting, in particular Jacob Anderson as Louis and Sam Reid As Lestat, received high praise. Rotten Tomatoes named it the “Best-Reviewed Salad Series of 2022” and one of the best-reviewed new series of the year. So the fact that AMC has ordered a second season of the gothic series before the premiere of the first season in September 2022 seems like an excellent call.

Created by Rolin Jones, Interview with the Vampire Focusing on vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac, in “a modern, sensual adaptation of Anne Rice’s revolutionary Gothic novel.” Louis tells the story of his life, death, and death to journalist Daniel Molloy in a drama about love, lust, betrayal, and more with Lestat de Lioncourt, or as Louis describes him, “the killer, the lover, the guide, and the creator.” The story takes a new turn, as Louis and Lestat’s relationship is complicated by the addition of the teenage Claudia, Lestat’s latest fledgling.

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While it performed admirably, the first season Interview of the Vampire It did not end as satisfactorily as you expected. In fact, one of the reasons fans may be disappointed with the second season’s delay is the long list of burning questions that season 1 left behind. One can only hope that the second season will address those things and more when the series returns, or at least once the curtains on the plot details are lifted. Until then, you can check out our comprehensive guide below and find out everything we know so far Interview with the Vampire Season 2.

Editor’s note: This article was updated on July 24.

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When is Interview with Vampire Season 2 coming out?

Despite the quick announcement, Interview with the Vampire Season 2 is expected to arrive sometime in “early to mid-2024”. However, even the current release window is in doubt due to the current production situation (more on that below). Stay tuned for the latest updates on the official launch date Interview with the Vampire Season 2.

Where can you watch Interview with Vampire Season 2?

Interview with the Vampire is an AMC original series, so it airs on the network. For free viewing, the series also airs on AMC+. When the second season airs, AMC+ subscribers may benefit from streaming the premiere episode three days before its television premiere, followed by an advance stream one week before the episode airs on AMC. At least, that’s the release schedule for the first season, so we expect the same thing to be used for the second. In the meantime, if you have not had the opportunity to watch the first season, you can follow all seven episodes of Interview with the Vampire Season 1, currently streaming on AMC+.

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Have an interview with Vampire Season 2 Trailer?

Rather strange, yes. While production for the series has been stopped (more on that below), AMC released a trailer for the second season of the gothic hit series during San Diego Comic-Con 2023. The video, which supposedly contains footage from the first episode of the season, teases the continuation of the interview, the future of Claudia, and Louisâtredes introduction of Louisâmpés. Watch it in the player above and watch this channel for the latest previews, trailers, or promos Interview with the Vampire Season 2, and when they are available.

How many episodes are there in Interview with the Vampire Season 2?

Interview with the Vampire Season 2 was released in 8 episodes, making the series a total of 15 episodes. At this point, we’re still too early in the production schedule to get episode titles and other details, but we’ll update this section with that information as it becomes available.

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Who is in Interview with Vampire Season 2 Cast?

Eric Bogosian, Jacob Anderson, Sam Reid and Bailey Bass interview with Vampire

It goes without saying that the two leading members from the first season will return as our favorite vampires Interview with the Vampire Season 2 as well. Game of Thrones And Doctor alum Jacob Anderson will once again rerise his role of Louis de Pointe du Lac, the protagonist, who narrates his story to journalists in an in-depth interview. Anderson is next set to appear in the upcoming British historical sci-fi rom-com, Timestalker. Australian actor and News reader alum Sam Reid will return as the lover of Louis and the producer, vampire Lestat de Lioncourt, who also serves as the anti-hero of the story. A billion And inherited Actor Eric Bogosian The star is journalist Daniel Molloy, who interviewed Louis. Hotel Portofino Actor Assad Zaman Starring as Rashid/Armand, an ancient vampire who first appears calling himself Rashid, his true identity is revealed later in the first season. So far in Season 1, Armand’s character hasn’t been explored in as much detail as in the books, so we can expect his role to be bigger in the upcoming seasons.

In addition to these recurring characters, the second season will also feature a few new faces in main roles. First up, the role of Claudia has been recast, there Delaney HaylesBest known for the BBC’s Holby townInstead Bass bass It’s Claudia. Another new face in season 2 will be Crown And Legacy of Venus Acidic substance Ben DanielsWho will play Santiago, the leading thespian in the Theater des Vampires, who will become Louis’s enemy.

Who is interviewing Vampire Season 2?

Mark Johnson and Rolin Jones, creators of Interview with the Vampire
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Interview with the Vampire Created by Rolin Jones for AMC. A screenwriter and television writer, Jones is best known for his work on popular television shows such as HBO’s Boardwalk Empire And Perry MasonCall time Grassand NBC’s Friday Night Lights, etc. Jones also serves as one of the executive producers for the series. Television director and producer Craig Zisk Considered one of the directors for Interview with the Vampire Season 2. Zisk previously directed and produced selected episodes Grass, Manifest, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Wu-Tang: An American SagaAnd The Looming Toweramong many others.

The series is executive produced by Mark JohnsonBest known for earlier productions Better call Solo, Breaking BadAnd Witch of Mayfair For AMC. Alan Taylor of Game of Thrones And Crazy man fame also executive producer, along with Christopher Rice and Anne Rice (who has posthumous credits). Jessica held And Adam O’Byrne Serve as a producer in the series, there Daniel Hart (Peter Pan & Wendy) serves as a composition for the soundtrack of the show.

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What is the plan for Interview with Vampire Season 2?

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Interview with Vampire season 2 will most likely pick up from where the first season ended and explore the story from Rice’s book in the second half. Season 1 of the gothic thriller series explores Louis de Pointe du Lac’s life as a wealthy black man in 1910s New Orleans, where he is seduced and romanced by the beloved vampire, Lestat de Lioncourt. Throughout the first season seven episodes, we see Louis and Lestat’s eternal relationship, friendship, and Lestat turn Louis into a vampire like him and teach him the ropes of “life.” Then enters Claudia, a vampire newly created by Lestat, who puts both men’s chemistry on edge. As Louis tells his story to reporter Daniel Molloy, he realizes that all may not be as he remembers. The way the season ends, it might seem like it’s the end of Lestat and Louis’ relationship, but of course, there’s more to it.

What happens to them next and where the story comes from are some of the other questions that the second season will talk about the most. Although the plans for the second season are still under wraps, we know that the plot will be set in Europe, as revealed by Rolin Jones in an interview,

“We are going to Europe and the second part of the novel is Episode 1 of season 2. So, we are going there and we are going to have that experience. Then we are going to Paris. We are going to see what the life of the coven is, and we have more time than the movie or even the book. We continue to make the interview part of this story and just like the reflection again, in which there are some very dynamic things that will happen in Dubai.

When and where is the interview with Vampire Season 2?

Production for Interview with the Vampire Season 2 officially begins in April 2023, and is expected to continue until August 2023, with filming at various locations in Prague, including Barrandov Studios. Other locations expected to film include Paris and New Orleans. Unlike other shows currently in production, Interview with the Vampire Season 2 was reportedly unaffected by the WGA writers’ strike. But even so, now, the production has stopped. Interview with the Vampire Season 2 is the result of the historic SAG-AFTRA strike that began on July 14, 2023. Stay tuned to Collider for the latest updates on the ongoing strike, as well as the future of the show.

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