"It's got a layer of evil hovering over it all season long," showrunner Julie Plec tells THR. read more
The Vampire Diaries just ended and its spinoff, The Originals, is about to begin Season 4. Both shows have loyal fans and everyone is wondering about the ending of the vampire series starring Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder. Was there...Show More Summary
Though “The Vampire Diaries” came to an end on Friday evening, new revelations about the series finale have kept us as intrigued as ever. First, we learned that “TVD” co-creators Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson had a very different finale...Show More Summary
Nina Dobrev's exit from The Vampire Diaries in season 6 did more than change the course of the next two seasons. According to a recent Entertainment Weekly interview with showrunner Julie Plec, it completely changed the events of the series finale. Before Elena left the show Plec had a very different ending in mind for the series, one that she had been planning since season 2.
Missing The Vampire Diaries already? Well you might be in luck, as showrunner Julie Plec has teased a possible spin-off to her successful vampire drama. No, we're not talking about The Originals. Find out what Plec had to say about the future of the TVD franchise below.
The Vampire Diaries series finale could've been a whole lot more gut-wrenching than it already was if co-creator Julie Plec had her brotherly druthers. In Friday's finale episode, the Salvatore brothers are forced to make a choice: who...Show More Summary
Warning: Spoilers ahead for “The Vampire Diaries” series finale, “I Was Feeling Epic.” “The Vampire Diaries” showrunner Julie Plec told The Huffington Post that she and co-creator Kevin Williamson wanted the series finale to be bothShow More Summary
"While his death is absolutely tragic for many reasons, there's also a sense of full circle to his experience," co-creator and showrunner Julie Plec tells THR about that finale death. read more
"I see... a future for either 'The Originals' or another piece of the franchise to launch off of the end of 'The Originals,'" showrunner Julie Plec tells THR. read more
The Vampire Diaries will claim – at least – one last victim in its series finale tomorrow night. It has been confirmed that one of the core characters will die during the final hour. This likely includes Stefan (Paul Wesley), Dmaon (Ian Somerhalder), Caroline (Candice King), Bonnie (Kat Graham), Matt (Zach Roerig), and Alaric (Matt [...]
After eight seasons, the time has come for us to say goodbye to The Vampire Diaries forever. Ahead of the series finale, the show's stars Paul Wesley (Stefan), Candice King (Caroline), and showrunner Julie Plec spoke to the Huffington...Show More Summary
"[CW president Mark Pedowitz] doesn't typically like to commit to being the last season of the show in case it isn't the last season of a show," co-creator Julie Plec tells THR. read more
We're just one day away from Elena Gilbert's return to Mystic Falls. Sure, we're also one day away from saying goodbye to Mystic Falls forever, but we're here today to...
"It was about as powerful as you might imagine," co-creator Julie Plec tells THR of their final moments on set. read more
We've known for a while that Nina Dobrev, who formerly played Elena Gilbert on the series, will be back for the finale, and the series of events leading into this week's episode has gotten us pretty excited about the character's ret...
Showrunner Julie Plec and stars Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder identify the season one episode that helped put the vampire drama on the map as a game-changer. read more
It wouldn’t be “The Vampire Diaries” without a vengeful villain, a…
Klaroline fans got new hope for The Originals Season 4 over the weekend. Julie Plec took to Twitter for a Q&A about The Vampire Diaries series finale and one comment left fans in a frenzy. While Klaus and Caroline have never been an official couple – they’ve hooked up but never dated – there are plenty of fans who love the idea of them together. Show More Summary
The end of Vampire Diaries is closer than ever. The series will say goodbye on March 10 but before that, the series has prepared a handful of surprises for its much-excited fans to fall in love, to cry, to suffer and to laugh and altogether, miss the eight-year-long TV series. Show More Summary
There are only a few episodes left before The Vampire Diaries officially bows out, but there are still so many questions that need to be answered. Fortunately, executive producer Julie Plec gave some hints about the much-awaited series finale by reaching out to fans on Twitter and answering their burning questions. Warning: This article may contain spoilers!