‘The Vampire Diaries’ diaries is in its eighth and final season. Fans no longer need cable to keep up with the supernatural hit series. Here’s how you can watch every episode of ‘The Vampire Diaries’ without cable, online.
Update Nov. 21: What started as a sad funeral… ended with a kidnapping. This week we officially said goodbye to Tyler in a funeral that Stefan tried his hardest to make happy — he took the gang back to a carnival (you know, the one where he and Elena kissed on the ferris wheel). However, that joy lasted split seconds; Sybil got out and took Damon and her sister Seline kidnapped the twins. That’s what happens when you hire a hot nanny, Alaric — didn’t you learn from Nanny Carrie? (Read this week’s full recap here.)
Dish Flex Pack
Do watch a handful of channels, but little else? If so, the Dish Flex Pack may be right for you. With Dish Flex, you don’t have to pay for a bunch of channels you don’t watch. The plan consists of two parts. The first is a block of 50 cable channels for $29.99/month. For access to the CW and other local networks, add the Locals Pack for only $10/month, bringing your monthly outlay to a mere $39.99.
Not only do you get to watch all the best shows for one low price, but Dish’s new Hopper 3 lets you record up to 16 programs at the same time. What more, with the Dish Anywhere App, you can watch TV from your smart phone or tablet.
You can buy new episodes of The Vampire Diaries, as well as previous seasons, for $2.99 each. You can also buy the entire season for only $34.99.
If you love watching TV on your iPhone, then check out The Vampire Diaries on iTunes. Each episode costs $2.99, or you can buy a season pass for $34.99.
Hulu streams The Vampire Diaries and lots of other CW hits, like The Flash, Supernatural, iZombie, Arrow, The Flash, The 100, and Jane the Virgin.
How soon you can watch new episodes depends on your subscription level. Basic Hulu subscribers pay $7.99/month, sit through commercials, and wait 8 days to get new CW episodes. Hulu Plus members pay $11.99 for commercial-free streaming. They also get their favorite CW shows the day after they air. It costs a little extra, but it’s definitely worth it.
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