How to watch Interview with the Vampire anywhere

David

David

David has been watching TV outside of his home country for over 12 years. In addition to his streaming expertise, he has a wealth of experience in watching sports and documentaries, having spent many years following these genres. He is an avid fan of The Detectorists and Blue Planet, and also has a keen interest in English football.

If, like me, you are a huge fan of vampire films and shows, then any new addition to the canon will be welcome.

And personally, I couldn’t be more excited right now because the BBC, the home of pretty much every great costume drama, is turning its hand to perhaps the best period vampire drama of them all: Interview with the Vampire.

Yes, that’s the same Interview with the Vampire that was turned into a smash hit movie, the movie that really turned me onto vampire flicks in the first place, starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt.

While it cannot boast that sort of star power, the new TV adaptation of this wonderful Anne Rice book is visually sumptuous and, as a seven-part series, promises far more detail than the movie version.

Quick Guide: How to watch Interview with the Vampire

  1. Sign up for ExpressVPN.
  2. Download the VPN app, sign in, and select ‘United Kingdom‘.
  3. Go to BBC iPlayer.
  4. Start watching Interview with the Vampire.

I’m sure you can’t wait to see the new series of Interview with the Vampire too. But if, like me, you are an ex-pat living abroad or have to travel for work or on holiday, you might wonder how you can watch.

Well, that’s what this guide is all about.

So, sit back as I explain how you can enjoy the new series of Interview with the Vampire live and on-demand from anywhere in the world.

What channel is Interview with the Vampire on?

The new series of Interview with the Vampire is being broadcast in the UK on BBC Two.

It is also being streamed, both live and on-demand, on the BBC iPlayer.

As some keen streamers like me may know, the BBC iPlayer doesn’t allow people outside the UK to watch its shows.

But there is a neat trick I have learned to get around this. And I’m about to spill the beans and tell you everything you need to know.

How do I watch Interview with the Vampire where I am?

To watch Interview with the Vampire on BBC iPlayer outside the UK, you need to unblock it, and the best tool to do that with is a VPN app.

When you use a VPN, you divert all your internet data through a VPN server, which masks where it comes from and gives it a new identity.

VPNs locate servers all over the world, so if you connect to a VPN server in the UK, it will appear that your internet data is coming from there too.

That means the BBC iPlayer will think that you are in the UK and so let you watch their shows. I used this very method only last night to watch Match of the Day from here in Germany so it’s not restricted to only watching one show.

Where to get a VPN

Like most online tools and apps, VPNs can be sourced online. But be careful. There are lots of VPNs available, but not all will be able to unblock the BBC iPlayer to let you watch Interview with the Vampire where you are.

The BBC iPlayer looks to block VPNs, which means only a few work with it now. They tend to be the best premium VPNs, but you also need to be sure they offer the other key features you need.

Nothing is worse than buffering when you are trying to stream something, so you need a VPN that offers fast connection speeds to minimise this risk. You don’t want the spinning wheel of death just as those fangs are about to sink into that virgin neck.

You also want apps for the devices you use. There is no point in choosing a VPN that you can’t use, is there? UK servers are commonplace but do make sure there are plenty available on the VPN you choose.

And lastly, think about cost-effectiveness. Longer deals tend to offer better value, but make sure you choose a VPN with a decent money-back guarantee, just in case things don’t work out.

I have been doing this for some time, and, for my money, ExpressVPN is the VPN that delivers best in all of these areas. It blows the rest away for speeds especially, which is vital.

NordVPN and CyberGhost VPN both do a good job too. But, as a vampire fan myself, when I am tuning into Interview with the Vampire, I will be using ExpressVPN.

So that’s;

  1. ExpressVPN – My #1 Recommendation!
  2. NordVPN
  3. CyberGhost VPN

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How to stream Interview with the Vampire outside the UK

OK. So, once you have chosen your VPN, what do you do next?

Well, it’s pretty simple really. Just follow this step-by-step guide:

Step 1

Visit ExpressVPN’s website and sign up. It’s easy to do, and their 12-month deal is your best bet as it comes with 3 months free.

Step 2

Download and install ExpressVPN app onto your device. This should be done from the website when prompted, or from your app store.

Step 3

Open the app and log into your new ExpressVPN account.

Step 4

Follow the simple on-screen instructions to connect to a UK-based server.

ExpressVPN connecting to the UK

Watch the show anywhere using ExpressVPN.

Step 5

Wait for ExpressVPN to establish a connection and then open the BBC iPlayer app or website. Log in there as usual (or set up a new, free account if you need to and agree to their requirements) and enjoy the show.

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What is Interview with the Vampire all about?

The premise and plot of Interview with the Vampire

Interview with the Vampire has such an exciting plot. It is an epic story of love, blood and immortality. It follows Louis de Pointe du Lac, Lestat de Lioncourt, and Claudia through the prism of a story that has been told to a journalist, Daniel Molloy.

Louis is a black man in New Orleans sick of the prejudice and drawn in by the prospects of immortality as a vampire offered to him by Lestat.

But when child vampire Claudia emerges, Louis and Lestat head down very different paths, and a huge rivalry emerges between them that will last forever. Or will it?

The main characters and their roles in the show

The three main characters are Louis de Pointe du Lac, Lestat de Lioncourt, and Claudia.

Louis is a young man, fed up with life, and tempted to become a vampire, a decision he quickly regrets.

Lestat is a veteran vampire and focused on only two thing; his next meal and making more vampires. Meanwhile, after Louis feeds on a young girl, Lestat turns her into a vampire, and they raise her as their daughter.

But they have different ideas as to what this role means, which drives a wedge between them that will last for an eternity!

Critical reception of Interview with the Vampire

Legendary film reviewer Roger Ebert’s website said of the new series of Interview with the Vampire that it was a “a cheesy but curious series adaptation” and praises its handling of “morality, legacy, and even how one’s fear of death can inhibit one’s enjoyment of the present.”

Writing for CNN, Brian Lowry said of this series that it “significantly improves” on the movie version and notes that it “pumps fresh blood” into the story, which is no bad thing in his mind.

Who stars in Interview with the Vampire?

Jacob Anderson – Louis de Pointe du Lac

Jacob Anderson in a grey suit

Jacob Anderson is best known for his role as Grey Worm in Game of Thrones. He also played Vinder in Doctor Who, Steven in The Mimic, and Dean Thomas in Broadchurch.

Other notable credits include Episodes, Silent Witness, Beaver Falls, and Jack and Dean of All Trades.

Sam Reid – Lestat de Lioncourt

Sam Reid

Sam Reid is someone you might recognise from his role as Dale Jennings in The Newsreader, John Davinier in Belle, or Lt Armitage in ’71.

Other notable appearances include in The Drovers Wife, Waiting for the Barbarians, Lambs of God, The Hunting, and Prime Suspect 1973.

Bailey Bass – Claudia

Bailey Bass is best known for her role in Avatar: The Way of Water in which she played Tsireya. She has also acted in Gift of Murder, A Jenkins Family Christmas, and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.

Eric Bogosian – Daniel Molloy

Eric Bogosian

Eric Bogosian played Lawrence Boyd in Billions and Gil Eavis in Succession. He also appeared in Reptile, The Get Down, The Good Wife, Elementary, and many more shows besides.

Summary

Interview with the Vampire is going to be my favourite show of the year. I know that before I have even seen it because it has everything I want in a show.

Unfortunately, as I am based overseas, I won’t be able to watch it without the help of a VPN.

I have tested a lot over the years, and I know that the best VPN to use to unblock BBC iPlayer and watch Interview with the Vampire is ExpressVPN.

Speed is key, in my experience, and this is where ExpressVPN really excels. I can all but guarantee no buffering for you if you are using ExpressVPN to watch Interview with the Vampire overseas.

If you love the original Interview with the Vampire, this series is better, according to the critics.

If you love vampire movies generally, this is a series you do not want to miss. And if you follow my advice in this guide, you won’t have to. You can thank me later!

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