The Vampire Diaries may have just ended their fifth season with a dramatic cliffhange, but we’re already thinking ahead to Season 6 — and beyond. Will Season 6 be the show’s last season? When caught up with TVD mastermind Julie Plec, the EP had a very straightforward answer: “No.”
《吸血鬼日记》第五季虽然才刚刚以一种让人意想不到的结局吊住了观众的胃口,但是我们现在已经非常想知道关于第六季以及第六季之后的故事发展了。第六季会是这部美剧的结局季吗?《娱乐周刊》采访了《吸血鬼日记》主心骨任务Julie Plec,她的回答非常明确:不是。

“It’s not on our radar yet,” she said. “You could ask 10 different people that question and you’d get 10 different answers, in terms of how long the life of the show is. Warner Bros. would say, “17 seasons!” And I think I would say, “Seven!” [Laughs] Presumably we’ll land somewhere closer to my wishes or theirs, depending on the circumstances.”

Honestly, with so many loose ends to tie up in Mystic Falls, it’s hard to imagine TVD ending with Season 6. Plus, we just got Alaric back — and Enzo bumped to series regular — and we definitely need more than 22 episodes with them on our TV screens. But that’s not to say we want the CW vampire drama to go on for 17 seasons. (Sorry, Warner Bros.) With the ratings on the decline, Season 7 seems like the natural end for TVD. Damon and Elena will have, hopefully, been reunited, and Stefan will have found his happily ever after… with Caroline, perhaps?