AMC/AMC+ Interview with the Vampire series is incredible. If you’re not watching, I don’t know what you’re doing with your life. So, fix it. Season 1 ends with the “murder” of Lestat de Lioncourt and Louis, along with Claudia running away to Europe in hopes that they find others like them.


Jacob Anderson as Louis De Point Du Lac and Eric Bogosian as Daniel Molloy – Interview with the Vampire _ Season 1, Gallery – Photo Credit: Alfonso Bresciani/AMC

So, the story/interview continues in the year 2022. Louis de Pointe du Lac, a vampire, continues to reshare his life story with journalist Daniel Molloy. The season picks up from the violent events that took place in New Orleans in 1940. You now, when Louis and his fledgling companion Claudia “murder” Lestat de Lioncourt.

Of course, Louis takes us on a journey through his adventures in Europe, including his quest to uncover the existence of Old World Vampires. There we will follow his and Claudia’s encounters at the Theatre Des Vampires in Paris. In Paris, we will see Louis and Armond’s first meeting. (Armond’s reveal was also a HUGE moment in Season 1). Season 2 will follow their courtship and subsequent love affair which will, of course, have profound consequences both in the past and the future.

As Molloy delves deeper into the interview, he seeks to uncover the hidden truths buried within Louis’ memories.


Interview with the Vampire returns on May 12th! Starring alongside Jacob Anderson, Sam Reid, Assad Zaman, Delainey Hayles, Ben Daniels, and Eric Bogosian come a few new characters. Delainey Hayes will take over the role of Claudia after Bailey Bass was unable to return for Season 2. Ben Daniels will star in Season 2 as Santiago. Other recurring guest stars include Roxane Duran (The White Ribbon) as Madeleine and Bally Gill (Slow Horses) as “Real Rashid.” Then, according to the Immortal Universe Instagram, David Costible (Breaking Bad) will be joining as a Guest Star.