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season finale left two of our favorites on the Other Side, and left viewers with endless burning questions.
TVLine reached out to showrunner Julie Plec from the other side (of the country) for answers, including which characters are truly gone seen in some form, she confirms — and previews how those left behind will react to their absence in Season 6.
(I’m especially worried about Stefan going “dark.”) TVLINE | What’s the difference between those who found peace, versus those who were sucked into oblivion? That whole idea of finding peace, versus getting sucked into oblivion, was deliberately structured this year to be left open to interpretation.