Bad news for fans of The Vampire Diaries.
While eagle-eyed viewers have probably noticed the dreaded "last day to watch" flag on the series for some time now, Netflix officially listed The Vampire Diaries among its departing shows today. Seasons 1-8 of the supernatural teen drama will be leaving the platform on September 3. The series, which aired on The CW from 2009 to 2017, starred Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder.
Also among the series leaving the streamer in September are Quantico Seasons 1-3, Gotham Seasons 1-5, and Saved by the Bell Seasons 1-6. It's possible that The Vampire Diaries will return to Netflix at some point, but without a streaming home for the time being, it may also end up on HBO Max with other titles from The CW.
The Vampire Diaries Seasons 1-8 is streaming on Netflix through September 3.
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Jade Budowski is a freelance writer with a knack for ruining punchlines and harboring dad-aged celebrity crushes. She was previously a reporter/producer at Decider and is a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow her on Twitter: @jadebudowski.
TOPICS: The Vampire Diaries, Netflix, Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley