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Jan 27, 2017, 0:51
The "Vampire Diaries" series finale, penned by co-creators Plec and Williamson and directed by Plec, will air March 10 on The CW.
Nina Dobrev left the series following Season 6, with her character being killed off at the hands of evil witch Kai. Instead, Elena was linked to Bonnie (Kat Graham) with a spell.
Season 8, the final season, is airing Episode 10 this Friday, Jan 27 on The CW. And does this mean that Elena and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) will finally get their happy ending?!
Once she awakens and everything. However, TVD fans are probably more focused on her return to Mystic Falls. "It's been eight of the best years of my life".
"It's what she and I kind of agreed on when she made a decision to move on, and it's what I've got in my head", Plec told TVLine. She added the hashtag "BackonSet" too in case there's any doubt. Furthermore, Vampire Diaries showrunner Julie Plec has always said that Dobrev's return was part of the plan.More news: Audible's iTunes exclusivity ends following antitrust pushback in Europe
Those following them on social media would know that Nina Dobrev and Glen Powell obviously enjoy each other's company.
Following Dobrev's announcement, both Plec and executive producer Kevin Williamson released statements. Commenting on Dobrev's return, Julie Plec stated, "I'm thrilled to bring this show to an end the way we always intended - with Nina back to help us say goodbye".
Though these reports could possibly be true, it should be noted that neither Nina Dobrev nor Glen Powell has confirmed anything as of yet.
"Within those six years I got the journey of a lifetime", the star wrote. "So I'm sticking with my side of the plan, which is to bring her back at the very end", Plec told TV Line when asked about Nina's return to The Vampire Diaries.
"Elena fell in love not once, but twice".
The Vampire Diaries' final 16-episode series premieres on October 21 on the CW.