Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles TV Show Has Found A Streaming Home

Esequiel Farfan
Julio 18, 2018

Hulu just scored its next big drama series.

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that The Vampire Chronicles TV series has been picked up by Hulu. It was previously reported that Bryan Fuller (American Gods, Hannibal) was attached to The Vampire Chronicles, as well, but he has since exited the project; the search for a new showrunner is underway. The two companies acquired the rights to the books back in April 2017. Rice will executive produce along with her son Christopher Rice, a best-selling writer in his own right, with Christopher having written the original script for the project.

Christopher now writes on Twitter of the Hulu announcement, "It should surprise no one that Lestat is a fan of Offred's resilience and resistance". Whether that's a good or bad thing remains to be seen, but we'll keep you updated as the project develops!

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"To our worldwide VAMPIRE CHRONICLES fans", he adds, "please don't feel marginalized by today's announcement about our TV series landing at Hulu here in the US".

"In April of previous year, Paramount Television and Anonymous Content optioned 11 of author Anne Rices' Vampire Chronicles novels to adapt for television, confident that the franchise's "'90s gothic undertones ... will be perfectly suited to captivate audiences".

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