AMC Updates Anne Rice Adapt for Season 2 of Interview with the Vampire

AMC Updates Anne Rice Adapt for Season 2 of Interview with the Vampire

The Sam Reid (Lestat De Lioncourt), Jacob Anderson (Louis De Point Du Lac), and Eric Bogosian (Daniel Molloy)-starring series will resume for a second season. "We''re very proud of this set, but we''re very pleased to announce that this story will continue. From the set design to production, everyone is amazed.

Here''s a look at the announcement teaser that was released earlier today, and it confirms the news.

The Sazerac has been renewed for a season two!

Interview with the Vampire (@Immortal_AMC) September 28, 2022

Here''s a fresh set of preview images for S01E01 "In Throes of Increasing Wonder" (directed by Alan Taylor with a teleplay from Jones) as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the transition from the script to the screen.

Here''s a look at some scenes from the first episode of the filming:

Kalyne Coleman, a newcomer, plays Levi, Assad Zaman () as Rashid, and Maura Grace Athari (). In this behind-the-scenes trailer, here''s a look at what''ll take place next month.

Here''s a look back at the official AMC''s trailer (premiering on October 2nd), followed by the most recent released teaser:

A luxurious apartment with a high ceiling. Where the Vampire has granted an interview with the man he once considered to be unworthy. And where journalist Daniel Molloy has slammed for a second moment at the interview that he left 40 years ago.

Interview with The Vampire, based on Anne Rice''s iconic book, follows Louis''s epic love, blood, and the consequences of immortality, as told to journalist Daniel Molloy. Chafing at life as a black man in 1900''s New Orleans, Louis finds it impossible to resist Lestat''s offer of the ultimate escape: joining him as his vampire companion.

Louis''s intoxicating new powers come with a high price, and Lestat''s most recent fledgling, the child vampire Claudia, is soon embarking on a decades-long journey of revenge and harmonization. Anne Rice''s innovative gothic novel is a sensuous, contemporary adaptation.

Mark Johnson () executive producer with Christopher Rice, while the late author maintains an executive producer title. AMC''s purchase includes 18 titles across the "The Vampire Chronicles" and "The Lives of the Mayfair Witches," with Johnson, who is responsible for AMC''s entire Rice collection for television and streaming. Alan Taylor () will direct the first two episodes and serve as executive producer.

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