"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.
Interview with the Vampire–the 1994 film based on the famous 1976 novel of the same name–had a stellar cast of Christian Slater, Kirsten Dunst, Tom Cruise, and Brad Pitt. It received two Oscar nominations and jumpstarted Dunst’s career. While the film’s sequel did poorly, the original is considered a commercial and critical success. And yet, not only is there now a new attempt at Interview with a Vampire, but it’s slightly different in its approach (in a good way).
The show is currently airing on AMC (known for Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and Better Call Saul among others). There are a few ways to catch up before the season is over. If you have a cable subscription, you can watch live on AMC when new episodes air on Sundays at 10 PM ET.
If you don’t have cable you can also subscribe to AMC+, AMC’s non-cable subscription service. It costs $9/month, but you can sign up for a free trial if you just want to check the show out for yourself before committing.
another thing i really loved about this interview with the vampire episode was how they briefly homaged the opening shot of the 1994 film ❤️ pic.twitter.com/0fpxtQjVAU— aquila🫀iwtv season (@belllmonts) October 30, 2022
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.
interview with the vampire ends next week …. pic.twitter.com/E5zuGFI5I3— ًً (@vampiirros) October 29, 2022
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.