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Ian Somerhalder Declined To Reprise His Role In Future, If The Vampire Diaries Returns For Season 9.

Everybody’s favorite, The Vampire Diaries was rumored to be released in March 2021. Julie Plec, Vampire Dairies’ developer earlier revealed that they were thrilled with the ending of the set. Plec and other founders weren’t eager to share it at the meeting.

The future of The Vampire Diaries is not assured despite enthusiasts are still keeping hope for Season 9. The original cast for the previous seasons can come back in the ninth season, such as Nina Dobrev as Elina Gilbert, Paul Wesley as Stefan Salvatore, Ian Somerhalder as Damon Salvator, Zach Roerig as Matt Donovan, Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman, Nathalie Kelley as Sybil, Kat Graham as Bonnie Bennett, Demetrius Bridges as Dorian Williams, Michael Malarkey as Enzo, Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman, Candice King as Caroline Forbes, and Allison Scagliotti as Georgie Dowling.

Ian Somerhalder declined to reprise his role in the future if The Vampire Diaries returns for Season 9. He jokingly said he would not want to play the role of a vampire. Not only, Ian Somerhalder, his former love, Nina Dobrev also refused to reprise her character.

One of the lead actors, Ian Somerhalder had a recent conversation with Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM radio show. Nikki Reed’s husband, Ian Somerhalder revealed that he has never heard anything about Season 9.’

The 42-year old celebrity discussed the rumors on The Vampire Diaries Season 9 which was circulating in the last few months, largely since the eighth season fell its finale.

“Like what would happen? Stefan and Damon are, you know Damon has like gray hair and they are, they have canes like, ‘Oh, I have, gotta feed the infant’,” Ian told Andy Cohen. “You understand what I mean? No.”

Based on Ian Somerhalder, The Vampire Diaries already had a satisfying run for the eight seasons, thus the possibility of Season 9 is almost negligible. “Listen, it conducted it, it ran a fantastic course. And now it is still alive. That’s what’s so wonderful. It is still living,” Ian Somerhalder added.