This fall, AMC will resurrect Anne Rice's popular novel "Interview with a Vampire" on TV. The series will be part of the network's plan to turn the writer's novels into a large-scale long-running franchise. The work of 1976 tells about the secret life of vampires, who deftly adapting exist among unsuspecting people to this day.
In 1994, a film adaptation of the novel starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt was released. In the series, Jacob Anderson ("Game of Thrones") plays Louis de Pont du Lac, and Sam Reed plays Lestat de Lioncourt. The twists and turns of their relationship are a key aspect of the TV show created by Rolin Jones and filmed in Rice's hometown of New Orleans. Eric Bogosian, Chris Stack and Bailey Bass also participated in this project.
The series "Interview with a Vampire" will be released on AMC on October 2. In addition, his spin-off "Mayfair Witches" is currently in development.