Remember the age of TV when you basically had breaks every now and then between debuts of huge, highly-anticipated series? Well, those days are long gone as the era of Peak TV rules all and with that, a never-ending flood of TV shows that your friends, family, and co-workers will swear that “you must watch!” We’re barely a few days into 2020 and Netflix has the latest series to fit that bill — “Dracula.”

“Wait, Dracula? Seriously?” you might ask. Yes, dear reader, the legendary Bram Stoker tale is back, but this time with a new spin thanks to the creative folks behind the Emmy-winning “Sherlock,” Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. And perhaps the biggest reason why you should give this new “Dracula” a shot is the title character himself, played by the underrated, and always excellent, Claes Bang.

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And given the previous history of Moffat and Gatiss, not only with “Sherlock” but also “Doctor Who,” you’d be right to expect that this horror adaptation isn’t your run-of-the-mill series. The new trailer from Netflix clearly hints at a stylish, almost contemporary take on the source material, while also keeping it very much a period setting.

Will “Dracula” be the first must-see TV series of 2020? With its three-episode length, it’s perfectly binge-able and we’re completely expecting our Netflix homepages to have Bang’s face front-and-center. So, yeah, you’re probably going to end up watching “Dracula.”

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The series debuts on Netflix on January 4.

Here’s the synopsis:

He’s been around for centuries, but what happens when a worthy adversary bites back? From the makers of “Sherlock,” Claes Bang stars as Dracula in this brand-new series inspired by Bram Stoker’s classic novel.