The Vampire Diaries season 8 finale episode is fast approaching, which means the end is near for the hit vampire show. Actor Ian Somerhalder meanwhile teased about the countdown to the show’s finale in a recent Instagram photo.
The Vampire Diaries will have its series finale in March. Though it is still two months away, Ian Somerhalder has already teased fans about beginning of the countdown as the curtains come down soon for the series.
Ian Somerhalder posted his photo side-by-side with Paul Wesley with the caption, “Count down to the end starts now… with these two guys.” The actor may be referring to their characters Damon Salvatore and Stefan Salvatore.
Season 8 Finale Countdown Begins
According to International Business Times, Damon is mainly known as the selfish one while Stefan is described as the kind and compassionate one. Damon and Stefan have always been compared to each other because of their different personalities.
In The Vampire Diaries season 8, Wesley’s character has switched into a stronger one.“Despite their differences throughout the eight seasons, the brothers have always been there for one another,” the same outlet noted.
The photo was reportedly taken on the sets of their The Simple Intimacy of the Near Touch episode. The two characters attended the annual Miss Mystic Falls competition in their hometown.
Stefan convinced Damon to go with him and pay a visit to their hometown. His intention is to manipulate his brother and finally confront his feelings, which he said did not exist.
The Vampire Diaries Finale on The CW
Meanwhile, the finale of The Vampire Diaries season 8 will be aired an hour late on CW. The episode will be aired an hour later to give way for the show’s one-hour special retrospective. The special program is titled Forever Yours, TV Series Finale said. The finale will air on March 10.
The CW said that the special event will be for TVD fans, which will look back at the past eight seasons. Check out Ian Somerhalder’s Instagram post below:
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