If Ian Somherhalder leaves as well there is no chance TVD can survive.
Can ‘The Vampire Diaries’ survive now without Nina Dobrev AND Kat Graham – only a few core characters will be left standing after Bonnie Bennett exits.
While some fans are optimistic that Kat’s exit from the show will inspire Nina Dobrev to return and help keep the vampire drama together – it is highly unlikely.
But you know what, another season is a whole other year, and we’re going to blow it out.” Rumors of the show’s demise have been floating around for months.
And, everyone seems to be abandoning the sinking ship.
As such, the copyright for it is owned by the companies or corporations that produced it, Warner Brothers and The CW Television Network.
It should therefore be considered the intellectual property of both corporations.
She hinted that some major drama is going to go down as season 7 wraps up, adding: "There's some really intense stuff with my character this season.
I think the biggest episodes I've ever had are 20 [airing April 29] and 21 [airing May 6].Back in 2014, Ian hinted that season six would be the end of the series, and he was clearly wrong then. Then in 2015, co-creator Kevin Williamson had already figured out how the show would end — and it sounds totally heartbreaking."Kevin and I came up with and cried over our perfect ending," she said.“I finally realized that my destiny on this show, creatively, is tied in to Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley. I just hope that whatever I do after, the crew can come with me. The crew is going to be the hardest thing to let go, because we are a family. Following the footsteps of Nina Dobrev, Kat Graham has announced that she will be exiting the beloved CW show after Season 8.