If you ask a random teenager around the globe what his/her favorite series in the English language is, the answer is probably going to The Vampire Diaries Series. This massively popular American teen drama television series has captured the imagination of teens and adults alike over the years. And the good news is on the cards actually: the ninth season of The Vampire Diaries is happening!
Release Date Of The Vampire Diaries Season 9
The official date of the release of the ninth season has not been declared yet, but the process of its making is already underway, various sources claim. Due to the current global pandemic situation, works have been temporarily halted. They will begin as soon as the situations are a bit better.
The Series So Far:
This widely watched television series premiered on The CW on September 10, 2009, and ended on March 10, 2017. The series consists of 171 episodes, over eight seasons. The series has multiple records to flaunt.
The pilot episode of the series garnered the largest audience for The CW of any series premiered since the network began its journey in 2006. The first season alone was watched by 3.60 million viewers on average.
It remained the most-watched series on the network until that position was taken over by Arrow. The show has many award nominations to its credit, winning 4 People’s Choice Award and several Teen Choice Awards.
The series principally is around the character of Elena Gilbert (played by Nina Dobrev). The setting of the story is the fictional town of Mystic Falls, Virginia. The town has a history with the supernatural, right from its settlement of migrants from New England in the late 18th century. The plot thickens as Elena falls in love with a 162-year-old vampire, Stefan Salvatore (played by Paul Wesley).
Cast Of Vampire Diaries Season 9
Nina Dobrev played the role of Elena Gilbert in seasons 1 to 6 and made a guest appearance in season 8, with Paul Wesley playing the mild-natured vampire Stefan Salvatore. Ian Somerhalder, Steven R. McQueen, Sara Canning, among others, appear in other important roles.