Dracula is a 2020 English-language series created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat directed by Jonny Campbell, Damon Thomas and Paul Mcguigan and produced by Sue Vertue under the banner of Hartswood Films for BBC One and Netflix. In 1897 Transylvania, the blood-drinking Count draws his plans against Victorian London. Dracula stars Claes Bang in the title role along with Dolly Wells and John Heffernan in supporting roles. The series is based on Dracula by Bram Stoker. The music was composed by David Arnold along with Michael Price. The show has a running time of 88-91 minutes for each episode. The show has a total of 3 episodes. Distribution rights for the series were acquired by BBC Studios.
Is Dracula playing on Netflix? - YES Dracula is playing on Netflix.
Is Dracula streaming on Hotstar or ErosNow or Amazon Prime or Jio Cinema or Hungama Play or BigFlix or iTunes or Google Play or YouTube or Spuul or YuppTV or Viu or Viki or ALT Balaji or Airtel Xstream or Vodafone Play or Zee 5 or HoiChoi or MxPlayer or Shemaroo or meWATCH or Starhub or Tata Sky or TubiTV or Quibitv or TVF or AppleTv+ or Docubay or ZeePlex or WatchO or Epicon or Discovery+ or Lionsgate Play or Hayu or fuse.tv or Manorama MAX or aaonxt or Jio TV or Bongo TV or Adda Times or Playflix or Sabot or Dizi or Flimbox+ or Klikk TV or NAMMAFLIX or Planet Marathi or Koode or ReelDrama or Chaupal or Tarang Plus or OTT Play? - NO Dracula is playing only on Netflix.
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