Are you still mourning the loss of “The Vampire Diaries” on TV? Looking for something else to get your vampire fix after eight years of watching the same show is hard. Well, there’s no need to look any further. Here are four shows that are perfect for all “TVD” fans, young and old. Which one will you pick to watch first?

‘The Originals’ for your Mikaelson drama

If you’re not already into it, “The Originals” is the first on the list. This is the spinoff of “TVD” and focuses on the Mikaelson family. For those who don’t quite remember, this is the original vampire family with Klaus, Elijah, Rebekah, Finn, and Kol.

Well now, there’s another sister, a daughter, and Hayley from the original show also stars. Oh, and we can’t forget the witches! You can catch it on Fridays at 8pm on the CW.

‘Supernatural’ for your monster hunting fix

Arguably, “The Vampire Diaries” wouldn’t have been as well taken by the network if it wasn’t for “Supernatural.” This is the CW’s longest running show and continues to be renewed year after year. It centers around two brothers, Dean and Sam Winchester, as they save people and hunt things (it’s the family business). They sometimes get help from their not-so-soft angel friend, Castiel, and the King of Hell, Crowley. Catch it on Thursdays at 8pm on the CW.

‘Riverdale’ for your teasing plotlines and small town fun

The latest show to hit the CW is called “Riverdale” and it has already taken teens by storm. It is an adaptation of the Archie comics, but with a dark story and amazing shooting. For some it’s described as “Twilight” meets “Pretty Little Liars.” There may be no vampires, but there are certainly monsters in this usually quiet town.

Watch it on the CW on Thursdays at 9pm.

‘Pretty Little Liars’ for the secretive plots

When you want a teen mystery, “Pretty Little Liars” is certainly one to tune in to. While this is on its final season, there are six currently available for streaming and on DVD to catch up on if you haven’t watched them yet. The story is about four friends who come together a year after a mutual friend’s disappearance and presumed death. They instantly start getting texts and emails from “A,” promising to share all their secrets. “PLL” returns in April for its last 10 episodes on Freeform.