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- “Interview with the Vampire” is a new series based on the popular book by Anne Rice.
- The gothic horror series tells the story of vampires Louis and Lestat in the early 1900s.
- You can watch new episodes on AMC Plus and the AMC cable channel every Sunday through November 13.
“Interview with the Vampire” is a new series based on the bestselling gothic horror novel. New episodes air on AMC and stream on AMC Plus every Sunday through November 13.
The show follows the story of Louis de Pointe du Lac as told to journalist Daniel Malloy. In 1900s New Orleans, Louis is transformed into a vampire by the undead Lestat de Lioncourt. The immortals begin a relationship that culminates in a saga of love, eternal life, and bloodshed.
Check out the trailer for ‘Interview with the Vampire’ (2022)
Jacob Anderson (“Game of Thrones”) and Sam Reid (“The Newsreader)” star as the undying companions, Louis and Lestat. The two are joined by Eric Bogosian (“Succession”), Bailey Bass (“Avatar: The Way of Water”), and Asaad Zaman (“Hotel Portofino”).
“Interview with the Vampire” is based on the 1976 novel of the same name by author Anne Rice. The show is created by Rolin Jones (“Weeds”), and executive produced by Mark Johnson (“Breaking Bad”), among others.
How to watch ‘Interview with the Vampire’ (2022)
You can watch “Interview with the Vampire” season one every Sunday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on AMC. You can also stream new episodes on AMC Plus as soon as they air on TV.
An AMC Plus subscription costs $9 a month, but you can save $24 a year if you sign up for the annual plan. AMC Plus is also available as an add-on channel to other streaming apps, like Amazon Prime Video or Apple TV. It also costs $9 a month to add the service to those platforms.
If you already have the AMC network as part of your cable plan, you can also stream new episodes of “Interview with the Vampire” through the AMC app or AMC website. You’ll need to input your pay-TV account information to watch.
If you don’t have cable, you can check out “Interview with the Vampire” as it airs on AMC through a live TV streaming service that carries the network, like Sling TV, YouTube TV, or FuboTV. Full channel lineups vary and regular starting prices range from $35 to $70 a month. Sling is the cheapest of the bunch, at $35 a month for its Blue or Orange plans.
Can I watch ‘Interview with the Vampire’ for free?
You can watch “Interview with the Vampire” for free if you sign up for an AMC Plus trial. AMC Plus currently offers new subscribers one week of streaming for free.
Keep in mind, however, that “Interview with the Vampire” is an ongoing series and season one episodes are expected to air through November. You’ll only be able to watch the show for free during the seven-day period of your trial, so you’ll have to wait until November 13 to sign up if you want to stream the entire first season without paying.
How many episodes will ‘Interview with the Vampire’ season one have?
Season one of “Interview with the Vampire” includes seven episodes. Each episode is about an hour long. New episodes debut on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the AMC cable channel through November 13.
Episodes also stream on AMC Plus. The first and second episodes debuted several days early on AMC Plus, but it’s not yet clear if additional episodes will stream before they air on TV.
Has ‘Interview with the Vampire’ been renewed for more seasons?
“Interview with the Vampire” has been renewed for an eight-episode second season. Though the first season takes place in New Orleans, season two is set in Europe.
Is ‘Interview with the Vampire’ worth watching?
Critics are praising season one of “Interview with the Vampire” for its edgy, fresh take on the source material and its historical context. The series currently holds a “98% Certified Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. So, it’s safe to say gothic horror fans will be pleased with the new series.
Where can I watch the ‘Interview with the Vampire’ movie from 1994?
If you’re interested in checking out the film adaptation of the “Interview with the Vampire” from 1994, you can watch it on Tubi for free with ads. You can also rent or buy it on Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, and Prime Video.