Based on the book series by Anne Rice, the show chronicles the lives of the vampire Lestat (Sam Reid), his lover and protégé Louis (Jacob Anderson), and child vampire Claudia (Bailey Bass). The framework is the retelling of their life story by Louis to the reporter Daniel Molloy (Eric Bogosian), who chronicles the decades-long tale of love, blood, betrayal, revenge, immortality, and atonement. The novel was previously turned into the hit 1994 film, as well as the sequel 2002 film, Queen of the Damned, based on the third volume in The Vampire Chronicles book series, and has been adapted into comics as well.
This new, sensual reimagining of the gothic book moves up the action to start in 1910s, and adds complexity in the casting of a black actor as Louis, setting his desire to escape into a powerful and immortal life as a result of the social limitation put upon people of color in the early 20th century. The series comes from Mark Johnson, the executive producer of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, and creator/showrunner Rolin B. Jones (Weeds, Boardwalk Empire). Read on to learn how to stream this season of Interview with the Vampire.
- When Does Interview with the Vampire Premiere: Interview with the Vampire premieres on Sunday, October 2, at 10:00 p.m. ET.
- When is Interview with the Vampire On TV: Interview with the Vampire airs on Sundays at 10 p.m. Eastern.
- Network: Interview with the Vampire airs on AMC and is available on AMC+.
- Best Way to Watch on AMC: If you don’t have AMC+, the most affordable way to watch Interview with the Vampire is through Philo (free trial), which carries AMC.
- Watch Early: AMC+ will release new episodes of Interview with the Vampire a week early, before airing on AMC.
Watching Interview with the Vampire
New episodes of Interview with the Vampire air on AMC every Sunday at 10 p.m. The most affordable way to watch the new season is the streaming service Philo.
Watch Interview with the Vampire on Philo
Philo TV is an online TV streaming service that offers over 60 entertainment channels typically found on cable for just $25 per month. Philo’s channel lineup carries live AMC so you can watch new episodes of Interview with the Vampire as they air. Additionally, Philo has the show available on-demand to can catch up on episodes you missed from Season 6.
You can watch on up to three devices simultaneously, and record shows in an included cloud DVR. The service costs just $25 per month, and there is no contract so you can cancel any time you like. They even offer a 1-week free trial, where you can cancel before the trial expiring and not be charged.
Philo is supported on Apple iPhone and iPad, Android phones and tablets, Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast. You can use your Philo credentials to sign on to the AMC app and watch episodes there. Be sure to check out our review of Philo for more information on the service.
Interview with the Vampire on AMC+
AMC+ is an ad-free premium subscription service that bundles AMC, BBC America, Shudder, SundanceTV, and IFC. This allows you to watch shows on these networks without commercials and sometimes provides episodes before they air on the linear network. AMC+ costs $8.99 per month, and can be also be accessed directly through the Prime Video App, Roku Channel, and Apple TV Channels. Subscriptions to AMC+ are free for 7-days and include ad-free access to shows on AMC, BBC America, Shudder, SundanceTV, and IFC. You can watch Interview with the Vampire through AMC+ using the following methods.
Prime Video Channels: First, sign up for AMC+ on Prime Video Channels through your Amazon account. Then you can download the Prime Video App to your supported device and sign in with your Amazon account, and The latest episodes of Interview with the Vampire will be available for you to watch through the Prime Video App.
The Roku Channel: While the Prime Video app is available on Roku devices, users of the Roku Channel can sign up for AMC+ through the Roku Channels App. You can do so through the Roku Channel app interface.
Apple TV Channels: While the Prime Video app is available on Apple TV, users may choose to sign up for AMC+ through the Apple TV channels interface.
For more information, see our review of AMC+.
Other Ways to Watch Interview with the Vampire
The following streaming services also carry AMC allowing you to watch Interview with the Vampire live as it airs on AMC.
AMC is one of the many channels on Sling TV. Live AMC is a part of both their “Blue” and “Orange” package, starting at $35 per month. Either plan will provide access to new episodes of Interview with the Vampire every Sunday.
You can watch Interview with the Vampire through fuboTV as well. The TV streaming service offers AMC as well as over 80 other channels as part of its base package.
All these features are part of the base package. You can test out the service with this 1-week free trial. After the free trial, the price $69.99. There is no commitment and can cancel at any time. The service supports Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more. Check out my full review of fuboTV for more information.
YouTube TV also offers AMC live online, and a cloud DVR with limitless storage space for recording your shows. The base package includes AMC for $64.99a month. YouTube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app has also returned to Roku devices after settling a dispute between the two companies. Check our review of YouTube TV to see if it’s available in your area.YouTube TV subscribers can also sign up for the ad-free version of AMC, AMC Premiere.
Trailer for Interview with the Vampire
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