Why wait till the last minute?
AMC has not even aired the first episode of the first season of its adaptation of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire–it debuts Oct. 2–and the network has already renewed it for Season 2, according to a report on Deadline.
The eight-episode second season reportedly will be set in Europe, with showrunner Colin Jones and Mark Johnson serving as executive producers.
But, before that, the seven-episode first season will follow Lestat (Sam Reid), Louis (Jacob Anderson) and Claudia (Bailey Bass) in an “epic story of love, blood and the perils of immortality,” according to the synopsis.
In the show, Louis finds Lestat’s offer to join him as his vampire companion “impossible to resist”. But Louis’ new powers come with a price–“and the introduction of the child vampire Claudia sends them on a long path of revenge and atonement.”
The series also stars Eric Bogosian as the interviewer Daniel Molloy, Assad Zaman as Rashid and Kalyne Coleman as Grace, Louis’ sister.
Keep reading Horror News Network for all updates on both seasons of Interview with the Vampire on AMC.