For over three decades, "Dark Shadows" has been captivating audiences with its ominous blend of Gothic romance and the supernatural. Originally airing as a daytime drama on ABC-TV from 1966-71, the series has become a television classic, best known for the character of sympathetic vampire Barnabas Collins, portrayed by Jonathan Frid.
"Dark Shadows" creator and executive producer Dan Curtis reunites for the first time with cast and production members to reminisce together and enjoy some of the program's most memorable moments. 'Dark Shadows: Reunion' offers an in-depth look at why the show's popularity has endured for over three decades and includes many favorite episode highlights from the spooky serial's entire five-year run.
Anchored by the charismatic vampire Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid), the television series Dark Shadows originally aired from 1966-1971 but maintains a huge cult following to this day thanks to its unique blend of Gothic horror and daytime soap opera. This 35th anniversary celebration reunites its creator and executive producer Dan Curtis with former cast and crew members and includes clips of the some of the series' favorite episodes.
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