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"Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire" Renewed for Season 3 at AMC/AMC+

"Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire" has been renewed for a third season by AMC Networks ahead of the show's Season 2 finale airing on June 30. In Season 3, the Vampire Lestat sets his story straight in a way only he can—by starting a band and going on tour. Gabrielle. Nicholas. Magnus. Marius. Those Who Must Be Kept. They join Louis, Armand, Molloy, Sam, Raglan, Fareed and others we can't tell you about yet on a sexy pilgrimage across space, time and trauma.

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NeoRocket posted 8 days ago

Well despite the weird "controversy" on this thread... Anyways... YAY? I am glad it is doing another season. As far as "diverse"? Anyone going on about that, did you even READ ANY Rice novels? It is all through her works. Part and parcel. Deal with it. If that was, "minimized"... It wouldn't be... "Interview With The Vampire" anymore.

Excellent series and adaptation.

JonHawkins posted 15 days ago

@Nivekolsen wrote:
I just don't understand the point of tearing down a queer & black series (which has already received a lot of hate simply for being queer & black) publicly under a post about a season renewal - which is a celebratory moment for most fans of the series. Why not just move on with your day and leave the people who love this series to celebrate the season renewal? I agree, critique the series, but why do it under the season renewal post. 

Your comment was also not critical, it was simply "Why!!!!!", everyone is allowed to critique anything (obviously), I just don't understand what your comment was trying to accomplish, if anything. You also asked(?) why, to which I responded "It's a great queer and black led tv series", the emphasis was supposed to be on it being a great tv series, but I included the part about it being queer and black, as that has been a huge talking point since the series was made - not usually in favor of the decision. This series is queer and it is black - in it's roots - and for a lot of people that matters more than it might do to you, that's fine.

I hope you continue to enjoy watching The Boys and Evil, as am I. We don't have to agree on everything - and I am thankful we don't.

For God sake, will you let the identity,gender, alphabet people nonsense go... As you now know, my comments were based on the quality of the series, for which I am entitled to enter.   Do you really think that just by something being 'Diverse etc' we have to like it?, and if we don't were all 'haters' - don't you think that a bit extreme  as a descriptive? - How about 'Don't really like it" - That perhaps would sum it up better.

Why some people have to see only extremes in everything is beyond me - You just jumped on the bandwagon.

Why do you have to lead with Sexual and race based descriptions to emphasize what a TV show is like?, You could also mention, some cast are American, French and the sets are quite good (which is some cases they are) - as if race and sex determines how good a show is - How bizarre.

Also, as a final note.... I am Gay, so not sure how I fit into your hatred sphere?

 

 

Nivekolsen posted 16 days ago

@JonHawkins wrote:
Thank you for the political, diverse an obvious agenda based comment - funny how everything come down to this for some people.

My 'Why' comment was based on the rather flimsy and somewhat repetitive story line,compared to the original movie, the acting is 'trying' at best, and the characters I personally believe are hollow, when compared to the likes of the original cast - whom, I do believe also tendencies towards the artistic, but as a viewer, that never bothered me.

Hopefully before you post your own message and introduce the word 'hate', you should realize that this is a TV forum (television, not the other one) and comments from user's are based on their personal opinions of a shows, and how they choose to comment and identify is entirely a matter for them, and they should be able to make such comment without words such as 'Hate and Oppression' raising there very ugly heads.

So, please defer from you hateful comment and remember its only TV (Television...not the other one) :)

I just don't understand the point of tearing down a queer & black series (which has already received a lot of hate simply for being queer & black) publicly under a post about a season renewal - which is a celebratory moment for most fans of the series. Why not just move on with your day and leave the people who love this series to celebrate the season renewal? I agree, critique the series, but why do it under the season renewal post. 

Your comment was also not critical, it was simply "Why!!!!!", everyone is allowed to critique anything (obviously), I just don't understand what your comment was trying to accomplish, if anything. You also asked(?) why, to which I responded "It's a great queer and black led tv series", the emphasis was supposed to be on it being a great tv series, but I included the part about it being queer and black, as that has been a huge talking point since the series was made - not usually in favor of the decision. This series is queer and it is black - in it's roots - and for a lot of people that matters more than it might do to you, that's fine.

I hope you continue to enjoy watching The Boys and Evil, as am I. We don't have to agree on everything - and I am thankful we don't.

JonHawkins posted 16 days ago

@Nivekolsen wrote:
It's a great queer and black led tv series, that's why. If you don't like the series, you're welcome to excuse yourself from watching it - as opposed to spreading hate towards a show representing those already oppressed groups of people. Hope this helps. 🤷‍♂️

Thank you for the political, diverse an obvious agenda based comment - funny how everything come down to this for some people.

My 'Why' comment was based on the rather flimsy and somewhat repetitive story line,compared to the original movie, the acting is 'trying' at best, and the characters I personally believe are hollow, when compared to the likes of the original cast - whom, I do believe also tendencies towards the artistic, but as a viewer, that never bothered me.

Hopefully before you post your own message and introduce the word 'hate', you should realize that this is a TV forum (television, not the other one) and comments from user's are based on their personal opinions of a shows, and how they choose to comment and identify is entirely a matter for them, and they should be able to make such comment without words such as 'Hate and Oppression' raising there very ugly heads.

So, please defer from you hateful comment and remember its only TV (Television...not the other one) :)

Hatshepsut posted 16 days ago

Such a relief. Season 1 was fantastic, and this latest one has also been great but what I've really been waiting for is Lestat's turn on centre stage. Louis was always a bit too mopey for me as the main character - time to bite into adapting The Vampire Lestat and Queen of the Damned.

Nivekolsen posted 16 days ago

@JonHawkins wrote:
Why!!!!!

It's a great queer and black led tv series, that's why. If you don't like the series, you're welcome to excuse yourself from watching it - as opposed to spreading hate towards a show representing those already oppressed groups of people. Hope this helps. 🤷‍♂️

Nivekolsen posted 17 days ago

Amazing news! I cannot wait to see how this turns out.

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