The Best 2020 Netflix Originals No One Is Talking About
2020 is seeing some Netflix originals getting a lot of positive buzz. From dramas to gripping documentaries, the streaming giant is experimenting with plenty of fresh ideas. With Netflix's release schedule ramping up more than ever, we want to make sure that you don't miss out on any hidden gems.
Over the years, there have been endless films and TV shows inspired by Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula. Now, the world's most famous vampire has come back to life once again in a new BBC series, which is available in America exclusively on Netflix. And with the creators of Sherlock working behind the scenes, you know that the writing will be clever and engaging.
If you're familiar with the story of Dracula already, the general narrative of this series probably won't surprise you...at least, not at the beginning. The unwitting Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to meet his mysterious new real estate client and finalize the sale of his home, but little does he know that he is walking into a trap set by a vampire.
This time around, the showrunners took some creative liberties, especially as the series progresses. Initially, the episodes take place in the late 1800s, so you'll get plenty of that classic Dracula vibe. Then, with the final installment, the show jumps forward in time and delivers a modern twist on the ancient bloodsucker.
Plus, there's no denying that the higher production value means this adaptation is more visually striking than some of the previous versions of Dracula. If you're a big fan of horror, this series is a solid choice, and with only three episodes, you could sink your teeth into the whole series in one afternoon.
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Dracula | 0:17
The Decline | 1:27
The Stranger | 2:16
Bloodride | 3:00
The Coldest Game | 3:45
The Silent War | 4:45
Queen Sono | 5:21