How to Stream Interview with the Vampire

After nearly two years, Interview With the Vampire is finally returning to our screens with a second season this weekend.

Based on the 1976 debut novel by Anne Rice, which spawned a dozen sequels collectively known as The Vampire Chronicles, the AMC series follows 145-year-old vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson) as he recounts his life story to journalist Daniel Molloy (Eric Bogosian). In the early 19th century, French vampire Lestat de Lioncourt (Sam Reid) turned Louis after the two met and fell in love in New Orleans. But their relationship becomes more complicated after they transform Claudia (played by Bailey Bass in season one and Delainey Hayles in the new season), a 14-year-old girl on the verge of dying.

AMC green-lighted a second season of Interview in September 2022, a month before the first season even premiered, and it is finally set to drop on May 12, 2024.

Ahead, we break down the episode schedule and how to watch the show.

How to stream Interview With the Vampire

If you have cable, you can watch the show online, by logging in with your cable provider’s credentials on

If you don’t have cable, you can stream the show on Amazon Prime Video.

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When to watch

Season two of Interview With the Vampire will feature eight episodes, airing weekly on AMC every Sunday from May 12 through June 30. Here’s the full schedule:

  • Episode 1: “What Can the Damned Really Say to the Damned” — May 12
  • Episode 2: “Do You Know What It Means to Be Loved by Death” — May 19
  • Episode 3: “No Pain” — May 26
  • Episode 4: “I Want You More Than Anything in the World” — June 2
  • Episode 5: “Don’t Be Afraid, Just Start the Tape” — June 9
  • Episode 6: “Like the Light by Which God Made the World Before He Made Light” — June 16
  • Episode 7: “I Could Not Prevent It” — June 23
  • Episode 8: TBA — June 30
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