Now that his time on Doctor Who has come to an end, and with Sherlock on hiatus, Steven Moffat has turned his attention to the latest project he’s developing with Mark Gatiss, a television take on Dracula.
The pair are working in developing the show, and Gatiss – who co-created Sherlock with Moffat, of course – confirmed some form of timescale to the Radio Times, saying that “we’re doing Dracula, which is going to take two years at least”.
That suggests we’d do well to see episodes of whatever Moffat and Gatiss come up with before the end of 2019. Gatiss also added that “we’re not going to do Sherlock whilst we’re doing Dracula”, reinforcing the pair’s oft-stated view that Sherlock will return, but not for a good amount of time yet.
More on Dracula as we get it, but with Moffat and Gatiss still at the developing and scripting stage, it’s some way away.