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Interview with the Vampire

Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire, which was previously adapted into a 1994 film, is sinking its teeth into the small screen.

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Previous Episode

Name:
Inside Interview With The Vampire S2
Date:
Mon Jul 01, 2024
Season:
2
Episode:
Special

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Airs on:
AMC, US at 9:00 pm
Runtime:
53 min.
Status:
Returning Series
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Rating:
3.8/5 (79 ratings)
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Premiered:
2022
Episodes:
19
Watchlists:
4,767
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Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Louis de Pointe du Lac
as Lestat de Lioncourt
as Daniel Molloy
as Armand
as Claudia
as Claudia
as Santiago

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proteinnerd said:
I was kinda thinking of checking it out so searched for a few reviews.

https://eliottedge.medium.com/amcs-interview-with-the-vampire-truly-sucks-1caf81e8ef25

As a fan of the books and the movie, I think I'll give it a miss.


I liked the movie and books as well. I think it holds up. It's a slow burning show but so far has lived up in being a longer version of the movie. Granted there are some changes, but so far I think the changes have been pretty cool.

If you get bored it may be worth a watch if you've got nothing else going on.
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I was kinda thinking of checking it out so searched for a few reviews.

https://eliottedge.medium.com/amcs-interview-with-the-vampire-truly-sucks-1caf81e8ef25

As a fan of the books and the movie, I think I'll give it a miss.
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They've changed just enough from the books that I'm really on the edge of my seat trying to guess what happens next. Looking forward to the rest of Season 2 and hoping for a Season 3!
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Surprised this isn't getting more traction. Definitely one of the better airing shows right now IMO.

Season 1 ended on a cliffhanger of sorts and season 2 is rolling along nicely so far. I disagree that the choice of making Louis black was a bad one. I think it fit well honestly. And either way the actors are good so I'm not seeing an issue.

Overall though it's been a highly entertaining watch, and I can't wait to see more of the present-day Vampire community they keep teasing.
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1x05 - now that was a great episode
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Ok this show's really well done. Only 3 eps in and it already has more depth and character exploration than multiple seasons of most shows.
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fassy said:
I saw the first two episodes and well.... it is not really my thing.

But the one thing why I even bring it up. Yes, once again they had to promote diversity and make Louis de Pointe du Lac and his whole family black.

And to be honest, even though I detest the probably unintentional racist notion ("you can only be successful as a black if you are a pimp, cut-throat or slaver"), they actually made an effort and really changed the whole setting and make the du Lacs being black somewhat believable. Since I don't really care for the original Anne Rice story as well, the whole scene and world building around du Lacs being black was decently done and not annoying at all.

Which shows, it can be done. If you really want to.

Besides that, not a great show, but not terrible either... Probably only for genre nerds... which of course will go wild for the changes which were made to the original scripts.


Thanks for the breakdown from your POV, I found it helpful :)
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I thought the first ep was good. Didn't realize until you mentioned it that the 2nd was out. I didn't read the books but it already has more depth than the movie.
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Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire, which was previously adapted into a 1994 film, is sinking its teeth into the small screen.


No topic yet?

I saw the first two episodes and well.... it is not really my thing.

But the one thing why I even bring it up. Yes, once again they had to promote diversity and make Louis de Pointe du Lac and his whole family black.

And to be honest, even though I detest the probably unintentional racist notion ("you can only be successful as a black if you are a pimp, cut-throat or slaver"), they actually made an effort and really changed the whole setting and make the du Lacs being black somewhat believable. Since I don't really care for the original Anne Rice story as well, the whole scene and world building around du Lacs being black was decently done and not annoying at all.

Which shows, it can be done. If you really want to.

Besides that, not a great show, but not terrible either... Probably only for genre nerds... which of course will go wild for the changes which were made to the original scripts.

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