Are you excited about a second season? Though the first season premiered recently with only four episodes, the attention generated was enough for Netflix to commission a second season.
Netflix's animated Castlevania series premiered this week and at only four episodes in length, fans of the Castlevania games binged it in no time. However, given the events that transpire during the final moments of the show's first season, it's highly likely that this upcoming collection of episodes will pick up pretty much immediately where the previous season left off.
Castlevania made its video game debut in 1986 on Nintendo's Famicom Computer Disk System in Japan, and on the NES in North America and Europe over the next two years.
Speaking earlier this year, executive producer Adi Shankar - who previously worked on Dredd, The Grey, and Lone Survivor and directed a famous gritty Power Rangers short - spoke about taking inspiration from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse.
If you have not seen Castlevania, you should check out the new Netflix original series as soon as you can.
Also involved are James Callis of Battlestar Galactica and the Bridget Jones trilogy as Alucard, Alejandra Reynoso of Winx Club as Sypha, as well as Tony Amendola of Annabelle, Matt Frewer of Orphan Black, and Emily Swallow of Supernatural.