Eat the Rich With the Vampires of What We Do in the Shadows

“What hath the dark lord wrought?” Well, maybe some trouble in the form of a musical-theater loving child, but surely it’s nothing these vampires can’t handle. The trailer for season four of What We Do in the Shadows continues the dance-club theme of the first teaser, but adds in a few more details about what the vampires are up to this season—and a memorable description of what rich humans taste like.

They taste like veal, in case you were wondering. “Conceptually repulsive, but soooo buttery on my tongue,” according to Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), who wishes to lure said rich humans to her vampire nightclub.

The summary for this season explains:

This season, the vampires return to Staten Island to find their mansion on the verge of total structural collapse — and with no money to repair it. While Nandor’s eternal search for love finally yields results, Nadja finally realizes her dream of opening the hottest vampire nightclub in the Tri-State Area. Laszlo struggles with the question of nature versus nurture as he tries raising Baby Colin to be anything other than an energy vampire. And even Guillermo finds himself on a powerful emotional track that touches on his love for his family, and for others.

With such terrifying locations as the secret supernatural Night Market, the Jersey Pine Barrens and a wedding altar, and with more strange beasts, surprising guest stars and tap dancing than ever, season four of What We Do in the Shadows continues to make the case for blood and comedy. And this time with just a touch of home renovation.

Terrifying locations! Home renovations! And maybe a whole lot of dancing. What We Do in the Shadows has already been renewed for a fifth season, but first, season four premieres on FX on July 12th.

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