‘The Vampire Diaries’ gets removed from Netflix; Here’s how to watch it now?

It won’t be wrong if we say Netflix hasn’t removed but shifted the series to an another shelf following a mutual agreement. Yes, an alternative to watch the series is also available from now on and that’s what we’re going to let you know as much as we know so far.

The craze and crave over ‘The Vampire Diaries’ has never dimmed, even not a bit despite the series has concluded it’s journey with it last episode in 2017, more than five years back from now on. The timeless aura of TVD has never failed to captivate the mass. Even the newer generations get fascinated over the screen presence of the series; and this was much possible earlier for the eight long series would be available on the much accessible streaming platform Netflix since its original airing.

Needless to say, the series according to its recent report has been removed from the corresponding library on Netflix.


“The Vampire Diaries’ is leaving Netflix in September 2022

The Vampire Diaries premiered on The CW on Sept. 10, 2009″

This could be much disheartening unless the good news hasn’t also been there in the bucket along with this bad one. It won’t be wrong if we say Netflix hasn’t ‘removed’ it but shifted the series to an another shelf following a mutual agreement. Yes, an alternative to watch the series is also available from now on and that’s what we’re going to let you know as much as we know so far.

Back to the pavilion, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ is a young adult vampire fiction series of novels penned by American author L. J. Smith originally published in the year 1991-1992.

The series synopsis also incorporates with the theme of the novel that reads, “On her first day at high school, Elena meets Stefan and immediately feels a connection with him. However, what she does not know is that Stefan and his brother, Damon, are in fact vampires.” according to Wikipedia.

The series premiered on The CW on September 10, 2009, and concluded on March 10, 2017, having aired 171 episodes over eight seasons and it was an immediate hit after the initial launch.

The series hits a massive record. A report shows, “the pilot episode attracted the largest audience for The CW of any series premiere since the network began in 2006; the first season averaged 3.60 million viewers. It became the most-watched series on the network before being supplanted by Arrow. The show has received numerous award nominations, winning four People’s Choice Awards and many Teen Choice Awards.”

The supernatural aspect of the show came forth successful, as to captivate the audiences as well as its central love triangle gave birth to a new sensation. The audience even split into two groups — Team Damon and Team Stefan.

Flowing alongside the journey of the series, incorporating with a few doppelgängers, deaths, and daylight rings and later with resolved love triangle the fans unwittingly came to its end. The Vampire Diaries eventually concluded the series on March 10, 2017.

Notably, There are two spinoffs through which the show had been lived on — The Originals and Legacies. The Originals concluded on Aug. 1, 2018, while the Legacies aired its series finale on June 16, 2022.

The series has been glued to Netflix in its hit library since then. But recently the streaming service announced that it will remove ‘The Vampire Diaries’ from its library on Sept. 3, 2022. The Originals and Legacies will continue to be available on Netflix, though.

Here comes the good news, that popular series have found “a new streaming home”. Although The Vampire Diaries is leaving Netflix, According to Collider, HBO Max will add all eight seasons of The Vampire Diaries to its streaming library on Sept. 4, 2022. Reportedly, multiple shows there which are originally aired on The CW have shifted from Netflix to HBO Max.

So for now fans are no more to worry about it as they can revive all their loved eight seasons of series only on HBO Max. Although, it’s not clarified yet how the upcoming HBO Max/discovery+ merger will affect The Vampire Diaries‘ presence on the streaming service.

Following the series finale, creator Julie Plec discussed the future of The Vampire Diaries Universe with TVLine.

“This is the end of one chapter, but we can use it to launch the beginning of another chapter, which is ultimately what we want to do when all is said and done,” Plec shared. “There’s absolutely hope for the future. [Executive producers] Brett [Matthews] and Kevin [Williamson] and I have an idea percolating in our brains that we just haven’t had the time to put down on the page yet.”

“But we definitely want to do another branch of the tree. It’s just a matter of when I guess.” she added.

The Vampire Diaries having its departure from Netflix on Sept. 3 and arrival on HBO Max on Sept. 4.