Ian Somerhalder Is Set To Star In A New Vampire Series


According to The Hollywood Reporter, Somerhalder has been cast in the latest original series for Netflix, V-Wars.

The series follows the adventures of Dr. Luther Swann (Somerhalder) as he attempts to understand the mysterious disease that transforms his best friend, Michael Fayne, and others into vampires. Michael then goes on to become a powerful leader of other vampires.

Somerhalder previously starred in popular series The Vampire Diaries as Damian Salvatore.

Somerhalder is set to star in Netflix's V-Wars about the first Vampire War, based on Jonathan Maberry's book franchise of the same name.

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Ian Somerhalder has locked down his next role after his hit television series The Vampire Diaries ended its run in 2017.

The comic series was written by Jonathan Maberry. As this disease spreads and more people are turned into murderous predators, social structures fracture and an "us against them" mentality pits humans against vampires. High Park's Eric Birnberg and Thomas Walden will executive produce along with IDW Entertainment president David Ozer, IDW CEO Ted Adams, James Gibb of Marada Pictures.

Judging from Ozer's statement above, it also looks like Somerhalder will be wearing a director hat on V-Wars in addition to starring.

V-Wars began development back in 2014 as a straight-to-series project from IDW Entertainment and eOne TV, and while eOne is no longer attached, the series has finally found a home at Netflix as IDW continues to expand its live-action projects.

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