With still some time to kill between now and the April 7th return of "The Vampire Diaries" to The CW's airwaves, the network has thrown us a bone with five new stills from the upcoming Episode 18, "The Last Dance", which will be shown on April 14th. Dig in as Elena and Stefan share a quiet moment before the shit hits the proverbial fan per usual for this show.
"The Vampire Diaries" loves to throw a party, and on April 14th fans of the show will be treated to "The Last Dance", a 1960's themed bash. Sadly, one guest we're all waiting for, the original vampire Klaus, won't be making an appearance until one week later, but here's the synopsis for "The Last Dance" to tide us over in the meantime.
We're getting closer to the April 7th return of "The Vampire Diaries", and to celebrate, The CW has provided us with a fresh batch of stills from the upcoming Episode 17, "Know Thy Enemy". Good advice whether the world's oldest vampire is on your tail or not!
Several videos crossed our computer screens today for "The Vampire Diaries" including new promo interviews with stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder as well as footage from this weekend's C2E2 panel with Candice Accola, Michael Trevino, and exec producer Julie Plec. Read on, settle in for a bit, and enjoy!
Father-son warlocks Jonas and Luka Martin may have "departed" Mystic Falls, but fans of "The Vampire Diaries" are about to meet another member of the family as casting news has come in for Greta Martin, who we already know is in the company of Klaus and heading to Mystic Falls.
We're heading into the home stretch of the second season of "The Vampire Diaries" with its return to the airwaves on April 7th, and now finally comes the synopsis for Episode 17, "Know Thy Enemy", which in typical "TVD" fashion raises more questions than it answers.
The current break in airings of "The Vampire Diaries" will be over on April 7th, and then fans of the series will have just a two-week wait before seeing how well Joseph Morgan fares in the role of original vampire Klaus. If his co-star Ian Somerhalder is correct, we can expect him to be "magnificent".
With just a few weeks remaining until the March 18th kickoff of the 2011 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), the show's lineup continues to grow, as evidenced by today's announcement that two stars and an executive producer from "The Vampire Diaries" will be making an appearance.
We're still waiting for the official synopsis from The CW for "Know Thy Enemy", this season's 17th episode of "The Vampire Diaries", but in the meantime they've provided us with a quick teaser trailer for the show.
It's too bad Nina Dobrev hasn't gotten more recognition for her stellar portrayal of both good girl Elena and her bad girl counterpart Katherine on "The Vampire Diaries", and the clip from this week's episode, "The House Guest", shows why. Plain and simple, she's awesome! As are the couple of spoilers for the ep that came our way today. Read on for the scoop.
Good thing for Damon that Katherine was taking a shower when last we saw her in "The Vampire Diaries" because no doubt, just like fish, she's one "House Guest" that would definitely start to stink after three days. Here's a video preview from next week's episode (No. 16) in which the vampire vixen returns.
From the description of the February 24th episode of "The Vampire Diaries", entitled "The House Guest", it sounds like Katherine has finagled her way out of that damn tomb so no doubt trouble is afoot. See if you can figure out what she's up to in this fresh batch of stills from the ep provided by The CW.
Those of us who watched last night's episode of "The Vampire Diaries" know that a big game changer is heading our way, leading up to the February 24th episode, "The House Guest", which promises to be a night full of confessions. But first is next week's ep, "Crying Wolf", which The CW has graciously provided a preview of.
As those who watched last night's "The Vampire Diaries" are well aware, things are changing in Mystic Falls, and if showrunner Kevin Williamson's comment that "we end a chapter in the next three episodes" is any indication, we ain't seen nothing yet. Maybe this preview of Ep. 13, "Daddy Issues", will provide a hint of things to come.
Oh, what scamps they have at The CW! As part of the network's promotional efforts for the return tomorrow night of its popular series "The Vampire Diaries", they're amping up the double entendres with two ad campaigns, one urging viewers to "Catch VD" and the other asking "Got Wood"?