The Vampire Diaries is joining the list of shows saying goodbye after next season, and as BuddyTV found out from executive producer Julie Plec at San Diego Comic-Con, they're hoping to deliver as happy an ending as is possible with this show.
Is Nina Dobrev heading back to The Vampire Diaries one last time? Following the announcement that Season 8 of The Vampire Diaries would be its last, fans of the CW drama have been speculating about the possibility of Dobrev reprising her role as Elena one final time, and now the cast and crew of the... Show More Summary
Nina Dobrev might have left “The Vampire Diaries” at the end of Season 6, but there’s still hope she’ll return for the show’s final season. Showrunner Julie Plec and the cast of the CW show sat down for an interview with TVLine at San...Show More Summary
If you didn't already hear, it was announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 that season 8 of The Vampire Diaries will in fact be its last. After the news was announced by showrunner and executive producer Julie Plec, stars Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley spoke about what playing the Salvatore brothers all these years has meant to them. Show More Summary
Not ready to say goodbye to The Vampire Diaries yet? The cast feels your pain. After creator Julie Plec announced at Comic-Con that season eight would be the show's last, they rolled a video of the cast talking about what the show has meant to them. Show More Summary
Nina Dobrev could very well make an appearance on the final season of The Vampire Diaries! The cast and showrunner Julie Plec sat down for an interview during 2016 Comic-Con, where they were asked what the odds were of Nina’s return. “Not to put too much pressure on anything Nina Dobrev..but a promise was made. [...]
EP Julie Plec announced at the Comic-Con on Saturday that Season 8 will be the last for the series. Nina Dobrev is expected to return for the series finale.
The stakes (literal and figurative) are higher than ever for The Vampire Diaries, which is heading into its eighth and final season this Fall. We, along with a handful of journalists, got to sit down with show creator/vampire master/overall badass Julie Plec at Comic-Con, and she let us in on a lot. Show More Summary
Of the many revelations during The Vampire Diaries' Comic-Con panel (yes, the show is really ending), one detail from Julie Plec caught my attention. She mentioned that the final season will practically be an homage to the show as a whole, especially early seasons. Show More Summary
In a shocking, albeit unsurprising, turn of events, it has been announced that The Vampire Diaries will say farewell after its upcoming eighth season. As reported by Deadline, co-creator Julie Plec shared the news with disheartened fans...Show More Summary
The Salvatore brothers are saying goodbye. It's been an emotional day for The Vampire Diaries fans, as executive producer Julie Plec announced that the upcoming eighth season will be...
Though Julie Plec confirmed that The Vampire Diaries is ending after season eight, the sad news didn't stop the cast from joking around during their Comic-Con panel. Fans were laughing through their their tears when a fan asked about the origin of Damon's signature sexy stares, executed with ease by Ian Somersmolder, er, Somerhalder. Show More Summary
The cast and producers of The Vampire Diaries took stage at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con and made some shocking announcements about the upcoming eighth season. Perhaps the biggest announcement was made by Julie Plec, who confirmed (after...Show More Summary
"It's a new take on villains for us," executive producer Julie Plec revealed during the show's final Comic-Con panel on Saturday. read more
The Vampire Diaries will end with its upcoming season, executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec announced at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday morning. Catch up on all the latest news from Comic-Con While painful, the news isn't a total surprise; once the linchpin of the CW network, TVD had... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Vampire Diaries
Note to fans of The CW: Be sure to savor every last bite of The Vampire Diaries this fall, winter and spring. Because the beloved series is coming to an end. View Slideshow: 15 Best Shows in CW History: Ranked! Creator Julie Plec made...Show More Summary
It's been rumored for awhile, but creator Julie Plec has confirmed at Comic-Con that The Vampire Diaries is ending after the upcoming eighth season. The cast appeared for their panel, and while writer Kevin Williamson hinted at the show's "final" big bad this season, it was Plec who announced the news to thousands of literally crying fans. Show More Summary
The Vampire Diaries is officially coming back for its eighth and final season on October 21, it was announced today at Comic-Con.”It’s bittersweet and emotional,” co-creator Julie Plec told the audience, almost in tears.nThe other news...Show More Summary
At Comic-Con today, the cast and producers of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES took to the stage to announce that season 8 will be the final season of the show. Julie Plec said that they have an ending planned for the series and they’re happy to go out on their own terms. Warner Bros. aired a video […]
The Vampire Diaries showrunner, Julie Plec recently confirmed that Nina Dobrev is going to make her comeback in season 8, but only in flashbacks. Dobrev and her ex-boyfriend Ian Somerhalder broke the hearts of their fans when they announced their split. Show More Summary