HBO’s “Vampire diaries” is coming to an end, creator Robert Dahl says.
The series finale aired on Sunday night, and Dahl revealed that he has “never felt better” about the series’ fate.
“It was a tough decision for me to leave the show, but I’m proud to have the legacy of ‘Vampires’ and its legacy to tell,” Dahl said in a statement.
“This is my final episode.
It was the best job of my life and I’m ready to move on.
I’m looking forward to watching my characters’ journeys again.”
Dahl and the rest of the cast were in New York City for Comic-Con on Sunday.
The show was renewed for a fifth season after an Emmy win for the first season.
The show’s star, David Schwimmer, tweeted a picture of himself and Dahl smiling together on Sunday, as he was attending a screening of “The Devil Wears Prada.”
“The end is near and I am glad to be leaving,” he wrote.
“I have the best fans, and I will miss ‘Vidalia Diaries.'”
Schwimmer and the “Vidaria Diaries” cast have been involved in numerous charity endeavors since the show debuted in 2012.
They have donated millions of dollars to charities and charities in need.
Schwimmers daughter, Emma, was a contestant on “The Voice,” and the duo appeared together in the show “Liv & Maddie.”