Netflix stated, “So very long, Salvatores!” The service that is streaming The Vampire Diaries on Saturday, September 3, but Elena, Damon and Stefan have already found a new home.
Viewers who aren’t ready to say goodbye to Mystic Falls don’t need to worry. All 171 episodes of The Vampire Diaries are streaming on Peacock and HBO Max. Both platforms added the CW series, which originally aired from 2009 to 2017, on September 4. HBO Max subscription plans start at 9.99 per month sunday. The show, on the basis of the LJ Smith guide show, just isn’t an element of the tier that is free Peacock, and premium plans start at $4.99 per month.
Former showrunner Julie Plec It was revealed that the addition of NBC Universal’s streaming service was unexpected. “I mean, just a surprise that is little on a Sunday. #TVD has become additionally streaming on @peacockTV,” she tweeted on The sunday executive producer is working with Peacock on adapting a vampire that is different series for TV, Richelle Mead‘s Vampire Academy
. The series that is new September 15 on Peacock.Fans will have to rewatch TVD to see Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder as Stefan and Damon Salvatore again. The initial series followed the brothers into bloodsuckers in 1864 as they fell in love with Elena (Nina Dobrev), a modern-day doppelgänger of the woman who turned them. Clearly, a love triangle ensued and kept fans wrapped up within the tale for eight periods, spawning spinoffs The Originals
and Legacies (which stick to Netflix for the present time).
Despite the durability associated with fandom, the actors solely told
Kevin Williamson(*)’s home with (*) Julie Plec and Nina.”(*)He added, “We all travel a great deal so we do not have, like, big events or such a thing that way, but all of us are great and friendly.”(*)