The Vampire Diaries
An American supernatural fantasy horror TV series which is a prominently known web series of our time. The Vampire Diaries is based on a book written by LJ smith. Moreover, the web series was exhibited by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. This series has a total of 171 episodes which was premiered on The CW from September 10, 2009, to March 10, 2017.
Further, the series is about a fictional town Mystic Falls which has the existence of supernatural creatures such as, the Vampires, the Warewolf and the Witches. Elena (Nina Dobrev), a young girl, falls in love with a vampire Stefan ( Paul Wesley) and later on with Damon (Ian Somerhalder). After which the human life of Elena sees a lot of ups and downs which brought new stories and characters in every episode.
Only after the first season it grabbed a lot of people’s attention and crossed over 3.60 million viewers. Because of which the show received numerous nominations and won a lot of awards which includes the four People’s Choice Award and many Teen Choice Awards. TVD counted on a huge success, it became popular among teens and it was watched worldwide.
TVD Season 9- Ian says it openly
Although, it’s been four years and we can see there isn’t any news about the revival or resume, or coming back of the ninth season but there were rumours about the ninth season lately.
Recently Ian Somerhalder talked with SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live and there it was asked from him about the rumour. Ian Somerhalder, who played an important character ‘Damon’ in TVD, replied:
“I have not heard anything about a season nine. I mean, what would, you know, like what would happen Stefan and Damon are, you know, Damon has like grey hair and they’re, they have canes like, ‘Oh, I got, gotta feed the baby.’ You know what I mean? No, listen, it ran it, it ran a great course. And now it’s still living. That’s what’s so amazing. It’s still living”
Well, thanks to Netflix, all the episodes are stored there and we can binge-watch them anytime. So, there’s nothing to be sad about it.
“It’s beyond living. I mean, you never could have imagined that there would be a global platform. None of us could have imagined like Netflix where, I mean, you hear of your show airing around the world. Now you can measure how many streams it’s getting it’s on. I mean, it really is incredible. No one could have imagined that”, Andy, the anchor of the show, says to Ian at a live show SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen.
Therefore, there’s no new season of TVD, we are blessed to watch a total of eight seasons and 171 episodes from Netflix.
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