There appears to be a rumour running wild that The Vampire Diaries is leaving Netflix. It is time to do that song and dance around again!
The Vampire Diaries premiered on The CW way back in 2009. The TV series ran for eight seasons on the network before the season finale aired in 2017.
All eight seasons of the show are flowing on Netflix at the moment. The series remains one of the most well-known displays and best binge-watches on Netflix, and we have to imagine it’ll stay that way for a while.
The show stars Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, who starred in Netflix’s vampire show, V-Wars, Paul Wesley, and much more.
Is The Vampire Diaries Leaving Netflix US?
Eventually, The Vampire Diaries will depart Netflix, most likely, but in the immortal words of Aragorn, Son of Arathorn, it is not this day.
So, the answer is a bit complicated. Yes, The Vampire Diaries is leaving Netflix, and no, it will not be anytime soon.
In tracing the roots of the newest rumours, we found that it appears, The Vampire Diaries is leaving Netflix Netherlands, so that is where this rumour started. Since licensing agreements are somewhat different for different countries and regions, there are a lot of confusion when lovers hit social websites and discuss that hot shows and films are leaving Netflix where they reside. We’ve seen this happen with tons of shows, such as Friends, The Office, and much more.
When Will The Vampire Diaries Leave Netflix US?
The Vampire Diaries, That’s distributed by Warner Bros and CBS Television, Will Probably proceed to HBO Max when the licensing contract ends. We don’t know just how long the current deal keeps CW reveals on Netflix, but we’ll have a better idea once we start to see CW shows leaving Netflix in the upcoming few years or so.
We’ll let you know when The Vampire Diaries is departing Netflix. Again, it’s going to happen eventually, but not yet.