Interview With The Vampire (Credit: AMC)

Interview With The Vampire is gorgeous horror. Based on the Anne Rice series, the AMC television show is just pure horror fan heaven. Rolin Jones, who’s the creator and showrunner of the adaptation, will thankfully continue to tell the story of Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson). AMC has just renewed Interview With The Vampire for a third season.

AMC is behind what they dub the “Anne Rice Immortal Universe,” including Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches. Mark Johnson oversees it. As for Interview With The Vampire, more of this show is nothing but good news.

In a statement, Dan McDermott, president of entertainment and AMC Studios for AMC Networks, said:

When you buy the rights to 18 Anne Rice novels that have sold more than 150 million copies, in your wildest dreams you hope there’s a show as good as ‘Interview’ on the other end. What Rolin has done with these stories and characters, working so closely with Mark, as the steward of this universe, has exceeded the loftiest version of our expectations. We can’t wait to see where this creative team takes the series from here and know we are walking alongside an incredibly loyal and passionate base of fans who feel as strongly about this material as we do.

As for one of the storytellers behind the show’s creative and commercial success, Johnson added:

Thank you to the brilliant casts and crews of the first two seasons that got us to this day. Thank you to the rabid, beautifully unwell fandom that scaled the castle walls to get us to this day. Thank you to Dan McDermott, Ben Davis for the funds and tools to continue the great work of dramatizing Anne Rice’s extraordinary novels. And sincere apologies to the family and friends of actor Sam Reid, for the possession that continues to this day. Monsieur L extends his promise to return his body upon cancellation (may that evening never come.)

Sometimes, even the most hideous of sights are gorgeous in Interview With The Vampire. The show about monsters is incredibly human and dramatic, too. It’s the full-package of TV, delivering chills, drama, scares, and laughs.

Interview With The Vampire is available to stream on AMC+.

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