Where to watch 'The Vampire Diaries' after leaving Netflix

Where to watch ‘The Vampire Diaries’ after leaving Netflix

Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder in ‘The Vampire Diaries’. CW Network/Kobal/Shutterstock

Netflix said, “So long, Salvatores!” The streaming service removed the vampires’ diaries on Saturday September 3, but Elena, Damon and Stefan have already found a new home.

Viewers not ready to say goodbye to Mystic Falls need not worry. All 171 episodes of the vampires’ diaries they air on Peacock and HBO Max. Both platforms added the CW series, which originally aired from 2009 to 2017, on Sunday, September 4. HBO Max subscription plans start at 9.99 per month. The show, based on the L. J. Smith book series, is not part of the free tier at Peacock, and premium plans start at $4.99 per month.

former showrunner julie pleac revealed that the addition of NBC Universal’s streaming service was unexpected. “I mean, just a little surprise announcement on a Sunday. #TVD is now airing on @peacockTV as well,” he tweeted on Sunday.

The executive producer is working with Peacock on adapting a different series of vampire books for television. richelle mead‘s vampire academy. The new series premieres September 15 on Peacock.

Fans will have to watch again TVD to see Paul Wesley Y Ian Somerhalder like Stefan and Damon Salvatore again. The initial series followed the brothers as they fell in love with Elena (Nina Dobrev), a modern-day doppelgänger of the woman who turned them into bloodsuckers in 1864. A love triangle obviously ensued and kept fans wrapped up in the story for eight seasons, spawning spin-offs The originals Y legacies (which remain on Netflix for now).

Despite the longevity of the fandom, the actors told exclusively us weekly in August they have no interest in appearing in another spin-off.

“No… I’m like a vampire,” Wesley, 40, said during a US Open pre-start event in New York City hosted by the Tennis Channel and Brother’s Bond Bourbon.

“Well, we would go … like we had to direct,” Somerhalder, 43, said.

Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley in a promo session for 'Vampire Diaries'.
CW Network/Kobal/Shutterstock

After eight seasons, the co-founders of Brother’s Bond Bourbon are moving on to less fang-filled companies, but that doesn’t mean giving up their TVD family. While the actors share their brand of alcohol, Wesley is also working with Plec to develop a series based on the 2015 article. The confessions of a drug addicted high school teacher and remains close to many of the cast and crew members.

“We don’t have a big group thread, but I’m still very close to Nina, I’m very close to Michael Malarkey, all of them! I mean I talk to all of them on a regular basis,” Wesley said. U.S. “We haven’t had a big meeting in a long time. I just had dinner at [cocreator] kevinwilliamsonthe house with [cocreator] Julie Plec and Nina.

He added, “We all travel a lot, so we don’t have big parties or anything, but we’re all cool and friendly.”

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