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If you wrote off The CW's The Vampire Diaries as nothing more than "Dawson's Twilight", then you obviously haven't been watching the show. Stars Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley are hitting all the rights notes in their portrayals of star-crossed lovers Elena and Stefan, and we doubt you can find a villain on TV right now who's more fun than Ian Somerhalder's Damon. So it comes as no surprise that the network has given a full season order of 22 episodes for the series.
It's a miserable week for Supernatural fans -- no new episode, but rather a repeat of the Season 5 premiere, "Sympathy for the Devil". But to make up for it, The CW has provided a batch of new photos from Episodes 7 and 8, "The Curious Case Of Dean Winchester" and "Changing Channels", respectively.
Each week The CW's The Vampire Diaries grows on us a little bit more as the plot thickens and we learn the characters' back stories. And this week's episode, "Lost Girls", promises more of the latter as flashbacks reveal why the tensions between brothers Stefan and Damon started. To help whet your appetites, The CW has provided three preview clips.
This is the week Supernatural fans have been either looking forward to or dreading, depending on their feelings about Paris Hilton. Me? I can't wait to see what vile and nasty things showrunner Eric Kripke has in store for her!
Fans of the CW series Supernatural have been waiting for the inevitable "zombie" episode, and tonight's the night, my friends. Not only do we get zombies, we also get a look at a world in chaos in the year 2014.
Tonight's episode of Supernatural is entitled "Free To Be You And Me", and as is becoming their practice, The CW has generously provided fans with a two-minute clip along with a handful of photos.
The jury's still out as far as we're concerned as to whether or not "The Vampire Diaries" has what it takes to catch on with hardcore horror fans, but they may not need us anyway ... The show's first episode that aired last night appears to be The CW's most-watched series premiere ever with 4.8 million viewers (subject to final verification later today).
Those of you who are of a certain age no doubt remember the phrase "Must See TV" and its application to NBC's Thursday night lineup of shows during the 1990's. It's been a while since any other network could make that same claim, but starting this Thursday, September 10th, it's possible horror fans will have their own "Must See TV" night on The CW thanks to the pairing of The Vampire Diaries with Supernatural.
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, Genevieve Cortese
During this past San Diego Comic-Con attendees of the Supernatural panel got a sneak peek at Episode 1 of Season Five, "Sympathy for the Devil". And today, thanks to the wonders of YouTube, everyone else has a chance to see it, too -- but in three slightly chopped-up segments.
One of the things Dread Central wasn't able to squeeze into its schedule during the recent San Diego Comic-Con was the preview of the first episode of The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" that was shown over the weekend. So we're still not sure if it's just more of the same Twilight-esque tween fodder or something a bit more edgy. Perhaps its four-episode prequel web series "A Darker Truth" will shed a bit of light on the show's intentions.
Another new promo and some images sneaked online today for the continuing adventures of the Winchester boys and their upcoming tango with Lucifer. Dare you dig it?
For those of you who are as amped up as we are for the Season 5 debut of "Supernatural" on September 10th, The CW has unleashed a very brief (10 seconds only) promo spot entitled "Sounds Like Hell".
No stranger to the horror genre after her participation in the House of Wax remake and Repo! The Genetic Opera, Paris Hilton is about to embark on a "Supernatural" journey as a guest star on the popular show that airs on the CW Network.
There are few TV series that both respect and cater to their fans like the CW's "Supernatural" does. And at this year's San Diego Comic-Con creator Eric Kripke once again treated those attending the show's panel to a full five-minute sneak peek at the Season Five premiere. Unlike in previous years, it wasn't the opening, but rather a few scenes from the middle of Act 1. Spoilers follow so only click thtough if you're all caught up and just can't wait for September 10th.