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October 23, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Average Demand for Dracula is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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Dracula ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Dracula has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

In an update of Bram Stoker's iconic novel, Dracula travels to London, pretending to be an American entrepreneur with an interest in bringing modern science to Victorian England. The guise conceals the vampire's much darker plans for revenge against those who ruined his life centuries earlier. His plan hits a snag when he meets and falls deeply in love with a woman who appears to be the reincarnation of his dead wife. Golden Globe winner Jonathan Rhys-Meyers plays the title role in this provocative drama.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: October 25, 2013

Also Known As: 情迷德古拉, Dracula (2013) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (16), Germany (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

london, england
vampire
victorian england
19th century

Company Credits

Production Co: Flame Ventures, Playground Entertainment |  See more »

Cast

Robert Bathurst
as Lord Thomas Davenport
Peter Woodward
as General Shaw
Tom Doherty
as Street Boy 2
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
as Alexander Grayson/Dracula/Vlad Tepes
Gabor Urmani
as Spotter
Simon Dutton
as Sir Clive Dawson
Thomas Doherty
as Street Boy #2
Katie McGrath
as Lucy Westenra
András Ábel
as Ordo Draco Man
Jessica De Gouw
as Ilona/Mina Murray
Thomas Kretschmann
as Abraham Van Helsing
Louise Delamere
as Mrs. Browning
Richard Dempsey
as Dewhurst
Oliver Doherty
as Street Boy 1
Christopher Hunter
as Ordo Draco Priest
Melanie Jessop
as Vera Markham
Simon Nader
as Reporter 1
Zoltan Lörincz
as Poet
Mariann Schmidt
as Female Vampire
Chris Dugdale
as Magician
Ben Miles
as Browning
Oliver Jackson-Cohen
as Jonathan Harker
Nicholas Keith
as The Dutchman
Peter Linka
as Ordo Draco Man 2
Joseph May
as Ewan Telford
Jemma Redgrave
as Minerva Westenra
Ágnes Bánfalvy
as Browning Family Governess
Caroline Boulton
as Theatre Actress (Nora)
Scott Alexander Young
as Grayson's Estate Agent
Harry Peacock
as Winthrop
Miklós Bányai
as Szabo/Szabó
Iván Kamarás
as Auctioneer
Mike Kelley
as Lady Jayne's Butler
Neve McIntosh
as Janina Kleiberson
James Carroll Jordan
as Havershim
Mike Kelly
as Lady Jayne's Butler
Yusra Warsama
as Seer 2
Matt Barber
as Campbell
Justin Salinger
as Chief Inspector Morrow
Anthony Howell
as Lord Laurent
Jack Fox
as Alastair Harvey
Richard Rifkin
as Theatre Actor (Helmer)
Michael Twaits
as Swinburne Club Singer
Lívia Hábermann
as Harker's Landlady
Anthony Calf
as Dr. Murray
Zsolt Viczei
as Savoy Waiter
Mihály Hajagos
as Milkman
Alastair Mackenzie
as Lord Rothcroft
Tom Reed
as Seer 1
Melanie Liburd
as Ladybird
Lukács Bicskey
as Shaman
Dénes Bernáth
as Ordo Draco Man 1
Declan Hannigan
as Inquisitor Reporter
Nóra Hörich
as Chambermaid
Myra McFadyen
as Female Patient
Victoria Smurfit
as Lady Jayne Wetherby
Tim Bentinck
as General Ogilvy
Oliver Stark
as PC Barraclough
Lewis Rainer
as Daniel Davenport
Máté Haumann
as Male Vampire 1
Rupert Holliday-Evans
as Lead Engineer
Daniel Gabori
as Messenger Boy
Nicholas Blane
as Richard Worth
Jack Brash
as Messenger Boy
Marcello Walton
as Loiza Scaverra
Stephen Walters
as Hackett
Phil McKee
as Joseph Kowalski
Patricia Jantsek
as Browning Family Maid
Ruth Bownas
as Rose Browning
Tamer Hassan
as Kaha Ruma
Pandora Clifford
as Lady Hope Dawson
James Cartwright
as Messenger Boy
Elizabeth Kinnear
as Sinead
Virág Bárány
as Theatre Actress (Maid)
Hal Fowler
as Lord Godalming
James Stratton
as Lucius
Max Bownas
as William Browning
Ákos Inotay
as Male Vampire 2
Chaton Anderson
as Natalia
Nonso Anozie
as R.M. Renfield
Akos Inotay
as Male Vampire #2
Robert Cogo-Fawcett
as Winston
Peter-Hugo Daly
as Peter Lang
Andrew Paul
as Inspector Salinger
Gaston Vadasz
as Italian Tailor
Gábor Urmai
as Spotter
Justin Avoth
as Mr. Cameron
Szilvia Pintér
as Lucy's Maid
Charlotte Asprey
as Lady Laurent
Kornelia Horvath
as Passer-by in London
Alec Newman
as Josef Cervenka
Michael Nardone
as Hermann Kruger
Viera Gaon
as Female Vampire
Andrew Lee Potts
as Gabriel Hood

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Bram Stoker Awards 2013

Nominee

Bram Stoker Awards

Screenplay

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 2014

Nominee

American Society of Cinematographers, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in One-Hour Episodic Television Series

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