Creators of 'The Vampire Diaries' reveal details behind the series finale of the hit Vampire series.
As the ratings for 'The Vampire Diaries' continue to drop
, the creator of the Vampire drama recently revealed a planned ending for the series and what to expect in the final seasons of the Georgia filmed production.
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Co-Creator Julie Plec recently revealed the future plans for the series during the Television Critics Association press tour.
From The Hollywood Reporter
"[The Vampire Diaries co-creator> Kevin[Williamson] and I came up with and cried over our perfect ending … and really stuck to that for many, many years,"
"Our main throughline this season has been learning more about the Gemini Coven, which is where Liv and Luke came from," The Vampire Diaries executive producerCaroline Dries teased. "We met them last season, and now we're starting to learn who their family is. We met Kai this season, their psychotic brother, and he's been in prison [world] for years. And Kai has now absorbed all the magic in Mystic Falls, and he's super powerful, and he has one thing in mind: I want to merge with my twin sister, and become the leader of the Gemini Coven. And so we'll watch that story culminate with a lot of drama and death."
The Vampire Diaries
was recently renewed for a seventh season so there is plenty of drama to unfold in the future seasons.
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Julie Plec also revealed details about the future of The Originals,
and it looks like drama will be heating up.
It seems it won't be good things for the clan: The Originals star Joseph Morgan (Klaus) shared that "the last thing I shot was [Klaus] walking in with a bag of severed heads."
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