After reports that in the newest adaption of “Dracula” on Netflix, the notorious vampire,played by Claes Bang, will be bisexual, Steven Moffat, co-creator of the show clarified his sexuality, saying he isn’t.

With the show’s other creator Mark Gatiss, who is gay, many fans started speculating whether they’d see a bisexual Dracula, according to Pink News.

“He’s Bi-Homicidal, it’s not the same thing. He’s killing them, not dating them. He’s not actually having sex with anyone. He’s drinking their blood. You might need to delete your Tinder if that is what you think. Dracula has always fed off men and women … Horror should be transgressive, it should not be cozy. I think there are some really, really weird things in this, and I’m very proud of that,” Moffat told The Times.

Dracula premiered on Netflix on Jan. 4.

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