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    15 TV Shows You'll Love If You're Obsessed With "The Vampire Diaries"

    Instead of rewatching TVD yet again, try one of these teen dramas and supernatural shows.

    Sadly, streaming favorite The Vampire Diaries left Netflix last month. However, if you're missing your favorite vampire teen show, there are plenty of other amazing shows to fill the Elena, Damon, and Stefan-shaped hole in your heart.

    Elena, Damon, and Stefan from "The Vampire Diaries"

    Here are 15 new shows to try if you miss The Vampire Diaries:

    1. If you liked the love triangle involving a pair of brothers, try The Summer I Turned Pretty on Amazon Prime Video.

    Screenshot from "The Summer I Turned Pretty"

    In this series based on the YA trilogy by Jenny Han, Belly Conklin gets caught in a love triangle between the Fisher brothers, Jeremiah and Conrad. 

    Gavin Casalegno, who plays Jeremiah, also played young Damon on TVD!

    2. If you liked Elena's relationship with sarcastic, broody Damon, try One of Us Is Lying on Peacock.

    Screenshot from "One of Us Is Lying"

    This twisty high school murder mystery centers on five friends, including the classic good girl/bad boy pairing, Bronwyn and Nate.

    3. If you liked Elena's relationship with mature, noble Stefan, try All American on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "All American"

    High school football star Spencer James is dedicated and selfless to a fault. Though they come from different worlds, he has an instant connection with his love interest, Olivia Baker.

    4. If you liked having a series befitting spooky season, try Boo, Bitch on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "Boo, Bitch"

    Right when two unpopular high school students decide senior year is finally their time to shine, a freak accident turns Erika into a ghost. So, with the little time she has left, she rebuilds her reputation as a queen bee.

    5. If you liked the historical flashback and Katherine Pierce plot line, try Ms. Marvel on Disney+.

    Screenshot from "Ms. Marvel"

    6. If you liked the high school setting, try Heartstopper on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "Heartstopper"

    Based on a graphic novel by Alice Oseman, this coming-of-age series follows the sweet love story between classmates Charlie Spring and Nick Nelson.

    7. If you liked how the writers handled the supernatural elements, try Fate: The Winx Saga on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "Fate: The Winx Saga"

    Based on the Nickelodeon animated series Winx Club, this series about teen fairies at boarding school was created by TVD writer Brian Young.

    8. If you liked the twisty, fast-paced plot, try Cruel Summer on Hulu.

    Screenshot from "Cruel Summer"

    Set across three summers in the '90s, this show focused on two teenage girls who are on opposite ends of a kidnapping case — Kate Wallis, the popular girl-turned-victim, and Jeanette Turner, the social misfit who's now being accused of knowing where Kate was and not reporting it.

    9. If you liked the dark magic, try Light as a Feather on Hulu.

    Screenshot from "Light as a Feather"

    In this series, five teenage girls play "Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board" — and then, they have to grapple with the deadly, supernatural consequences.

    10. If you liked the moody aesthetic, try Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"

    A gritty retelling of the Archie Comics, this show focused on half-witch/half-mortal Sabrina Spellman.

    11. If you liked the constant drama, try Never Have I Ever on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "Never Have I Ever"

    After a traumatic freshman year, sophomore Devi Vishwakumar is determined to up her social status. However, she struggles with family and cultural expectations, a love triangle with her longtime crush and her longtime academic rival, and her grief over the loss of her father.

    12. If you liked the high-stakes romantic tension, try Young Royals on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "Young Royals"

    At the prestigious boarding school Hillerska, Swedish prince Wilhelm falls in love with scholarship student Simon Eriksson.

    13. If you liked the vampires, try First Kill on Netflix.

    Screenshot from "First Kill"

    This series follows Juliette Fairmont, a teenage vampire who has to make her first kill in order to enter adulthood as part of her family's powerful legacy. However, she becomes romantically entangled with her mark, Calliope Burns, a monster hunter who's set to kill her as well.

    14. And finally, if you liked the vampires, you could also try Vampire Academy on Peacock.

    Screenshot from "Vampire Academy"

    Based on the book series by Richelle Mead, this show is about teenage vampires attending the boarding school St. Vladimir's Academy.

    And if you're really desperate to just keep rewatching TVD, don't worry — it's now streaming on HBO Max.

    "I know you're obsessed with me."