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This week finds Supernatural offering its own spin on the popular "body switch" theme, and considering the parties involved, it's sure to be a lot of fun. Thanks to the CW, we have two webclips of the episode, entitled "Swap Meat", to help get you ready for it.
Finally the holiday hiatus is over, and most of our favorite TV shows are returning to the air with new episodes, including our #1 guilty pleasure, The Vampire Diaries. And to pique fans' interest even further, The CW has provided two webclips of Episode 11, entitled "Bloodlines".
Fans of The CW's Supernatural (including this writer) have been patiently waiting for a sneak peek of next week's episode entitled "Sam, Interrupted" over the show's seemingly interminable holiday hiatus. At long last our patience has been rewarded.
The Television Critics Association's twice-yearly press tour is currently under way in Pasadena, CA, and on Saturday The CW, Showtime, and CBS shared the spotlight with The Vampire Dairies, fresh off its People's Choice Awards win for Best New Drama, garnering a significant amount of attention. Stars Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, and Paul Wesley were joined on a brisk 30-minute panel by executive producers Kevin Williamson, Julie Plec, and Bob Levy.
We're still three weeks out from the January 21st return of the CW's The Vampire Diaries, but to help tide you over, we have four new stills from the upcoming Episode 11, entitled "Bloodlines".
Not sure how we missed this story the other day -- I blame holiday festivities and distractions -- but in any event, it looks like The Vampire Diaries has added another recurring character: Mia Kirshner will portray Isobel, the sweet-yet-dangerous wife of substitute history teacher Alaric Saltzman (Matt Davis).
We've been touting the guilty pleasures to be derived from The CW's The Vampire Diaries for some time now, but if you haven't yet experienced them, now's your chance. Starting tonight, December 14 (8pm/7pm c), the network will be airing all ten of the episodes shown thus far this season, two each night.
James Remar, who currently portrays the father who knows best on Showtime's Dexter (although he'll always be "Ajax" to me), is about to join another clan as Giuseppe Salvatore, papa to The Vampire Diaries' bloodsucking brothers Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder).
Week in and week out we keep finding more to like about The Vampire Diaries. Whether it's the death of someone we thought was a recurring character or the reappearance of another character presumed dead who's now a vampire, the show never fails to surprise ... and entertain ... us.
As if we needed a further reminder that 2009 is winding down to a close, this week marks the final first-run episode of the year for Supernatural, the oh so cheerfully entitled "Abandon All Hope". To help ease the pain of having to wait until 2010 for a new installment, The CW has graciously provided two sneak peeks of the November 19th ep.
It's only Monday, but already our thoughts are turning to Thursday night, and The CW is happy to help us get ready for the latest installments of our guiltiest pleasures: Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries.
Two new webclips for "162 Candles", this week's episode of The CW's breakout hit of the year, The Vampire Diaries, have hit online, and we've got both of them here for your viewing pleasure.
As is becoming their habit, The CW has provided fans of Supernatural with a sneak peek at this week's episode, which is entitled "Changing Channels".
The CW is pulling out all the stops to make sure fans don't forget about tonight's Halloween themed episode of The Vampire Diaries, entitled "Haunted", going so far as to provide two sneak peeks of the show.
As fans of the series are well aware, in next week's episode of Supernatural we get to see Dean as he might look as an old man. And for those of us who just can't wait until Thursday, the 30th, The CW has graced us with a clip from "The Curious Case of Dean Winchester."