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‘The Vampire Diaries’ Season 6: Julie Plec discusses if the show can survive without its stars

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It’s been months since “The Vampire Diaries” Season 5 finale aired, but we still can’t help but tear up thinking of that final moment with Damon and Bonnie holding hands as the Other Side crumbled, and they vanished along with it.

While executive producer Julie Plec already assured us back in May that “we will definitely see Ian Somerhalder and Kat Graham on the show,” she wasn’t spilling on exactly how. “I mean, there’s a million different ways that you can do that,” Plec said then. “But as far as in what context — how, why, and where? — that’s part of the mystery.”

So when Zap2it spoke with Plec about the upcoming Season 6, we had to ask about that final moment, whether she sees a future on the show without its main stars (Somerhalder, Graham, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, etc.), and much more.

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