Comic-Con: Van Helsing Season 4 Trailer Reveals Tricia Helfer as Dracula

Comic-Con: Tricia Helfer is Dracula in Van Helsing season 4 trailer

Syfy has released the official trailer for the upcoming fourth season premiere of their action horror series Van Helsing, featuring our first look at Battlestar Galactica alum Tricia Helfer as the princess of darkness, Dracula. The 13-episode season will premiere this fall. Check out the video below!

Season 4 continues the story of Vanessa Van Helsing and her band of heroes as they fight to reclaim the world after vampires took over during “The Rising.” In addition to Helfer, Nicole Munoz, Keeya King, Richard Harmon along with pro-wrestler The Big Show have also been cast for the new season with Munoz and King portraying the roles of Jack and Violet, respectively.

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After a catastrophic volcano eruption, the last remaining underground vampires rise up through a dark, ash-filled sky to overtake America. Vanessa Van Helsing (Kelly Overton, True Blood), a descendant of the legendary line of vampire hunters, awakens from a three-year coma to discover that she’s not only immune to the bloodthirsty predators – but also has the ability to make them human again. With this “cure” threatening the vampire’s existence and a target on her back, can Vanessa save humanity?

Van Helsing is a total re-imagination of the timeless Dracula brand and stars Overton, Jonathan Scarfe, Christopher Heyerdahl, David Cubitt, Vincent Gale, Rukiya Bernard, Trezzo Mahoro, Aleks Paunovic, Laura Mennell, Tim Guinee and Paul Johansson.

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An original Syfy co-production, Van Helsing is produced by Nomadic Pictures, which also serves as the studio. Executive producers are Chad Oakes and Mike Frislev from Nomadic Pictures, showrunner/writer Neil LaBute, Simon Barry (Continuum), Evan Tyler (Industry Works), Dave Brown and Zadoc Angell (Echo Lake Entertainment), as well as Daniel March (Dynamic Television). Dynamic Television is also handling the worldwide distribution for the series, excluding first run U.S. television and Canada.

Van Helsing seasons 1, 2 and 3 are already available for streaming on Netflix.