Starting today, The Vampire Diaries is, as of now, not accessible on Netflix, yet you can, in any case, get it somewhere else.
The hit extraordinary teen drama show broadcasted on The CW from 2009-2017. In 2011, The CW marked an arrangement with Netflix to give each time of series to the streamer eight days after its finale circulated. This arrangement additionally specified that Netflix would be the elite streamer of the series for quite a long time after the series finale.
After all five years, The CW’s parent organizations, WarnerMedia and ViacomCBS, chose not to recharge the arrangement and will rather utilize the original substance to give more choices on their streaming stages. It implies that you can now find The Vampire Diaries gushing on both HBO Max and Peacock.
The series was such a triumph that it brought forth two side projects: The Originals (2013-2018) and Legacies (2018-2022). They are both still accessible on Netflix, yet will probably be taken out from the decoration when their five-year contract terminates also.
While The Vampire Diaries started revolving around the circle of drama between Stefan (Paul Wesley), Elena (Nina Dobrev), and Damon (Ian Somerhalder), The Originals zeroed in on a group of vampires who set off to reclaim the city they constructed and obliterate all who hurt them.
The Legacies was worked around The Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted, where youthful witches, vampires, and werewolves met up to be supported away from their most abhorrent motivations.
The series finished in June, yet show sprinter Julie Plec isn’t shutting the entryway on future side projects and augmentations to the universe. “There’s dependably a potential chance to proceed with the story, and it’s truly more a question of when and not if,” she told TV Insider after the finale.
Watchers who aren’t prepared to express farewell to Mystic Falls don’t have to stress. Every 171 episodes of The Vampire Diaries are gushing on Peacock and HBO Max. The two platforms added the CW series, originally circulated from 2009 to 2017, on Sunday, September 4.
HBO Max membership plans start at 9.99 each month. In light of the L.J. Smith book series, the show isn’t important for the complementary plan on Peacock, and premium plans start at $4.99 monthly.