BBC's Dracula series gets a kickass campaign
- Bram Stoker's Dracula was released on 1 January 2020
- The series gets a campaign where the billboard takes the shape of Dracula post evening
- Dracula was created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat
Bram Stoker's Dracula may be a well-known tale, which is why ad administrators within the UK required to induce inventive when coming up with a campaign for the BBC's modern arrangement. Dracula debuted on Unused Year's Day and within the lead-up to the occasion, BBC Inventive envisioned up an eye-catching announcement that gets spookier as the sun goes down.
The administrators at BBC Imaginative were seeking out for a new take on the classic tale as a way to urge watchers locked in within the modern arrangement. Found in Birmingham and London, the two bulletins are an energizing, out-of-the-box vision that sets well with the series' dull humor.
“Our campaign for Dracula leaves the audience in no doubt they can expect something fresh and unexpected from this extraordinary adaptation of the vampire classic,” tells Olly Harnett, creative head at BBC Creative.
Dracula was created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat. The duo is best known for their work on Doctor Who and Sherlock, making this the third time they're taking a classic and giving it a twist.