Television survey: 'Interview with the Vampire' stakes a new area in variation

The underlying episodes of Interview with the Vampire, debuting Oct. 2 on AMC, not just grow Anne Rice's clever in the time dispensed a series

In the present, Louis de Point du Lac (Jacob Anderson) welcomes Daniel Malloy (Eric Bogosian) for another meeting.

The meeting in the novel occurred during the '70s, when Malloy was a young fellow.

In 1910 New Orleans, Louis meets Lestat (Sam Reid), who transforms him into a vampire

The flashback story is dedicated to the plot of Rice's novel, yet the updates give it different resounding subjects.

A Person of black color in the American past is not the same as a White man, undead or not. Louis is kept down by White society regardless of how sound his strategies are.

Turning into a vampire makes it enticing to reverse the situation on a biased society

 One episode manages White financial specialists undermining Dark landowners.

The present story between Louis and Malloy is a bit deeper now

Interview with the Vampire airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EDT on AMC with new episodes streaming seven days from the beginning AMC+