“Dracula” truly bit.
After premiering last October, NBC canceled the horrendous “Dracula”, featuring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as the titular character.
The series took place in the 1890s and finds Dracula (Meyers) living a double life in London as an American businessman interested in bringing modern science to Victorian society. But his true plan — to exact revenge on those who burdened him centuries ago — is derailed when he falls in love with Mina (Jessica DeGouw), who seems to be a reincarnation of his dead wife. Van Helsing (Thomas Kretschmann) was a brilliant professor obsessed with revenge and power.
NBC was so confident in this series that it bypassed the pilot stage. Guess that was a smart decision?
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