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.
Kevin Williamson fans have been buzzing away with excitement thanks to all the news quickly breaking regarding his latest show for The CW television network, "Secret Circle". Today there's even more reason for fans to lose their shit as just about everything they could possibly have been curious about has come to light!
Casting has officially begun on Kevin Williamson's next project for The CW, "Secret Circle", and we've got the first info on just who's going to be a part of TV's newly formed coven as well as who will be directing the pilot.
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.
Bad news for fans of "The Vampire Diaries" looking forward to the long talked about companion series. It doesn't look like it will be happening anytime soon as co-creator Kevin Williamson's schedule has not allowed him to focus on fleshing out and writing the new project. However ...
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.
Kevin Williamson Discusses the End of The Vampire Diaries Season 2 and Comments (Sort of) on Scream 4
In just a few short hours "The Vampire Diaries" returns from its seemingly interminable winter hiatus to begin the second half of its sophomore season. Executive producer Kevin Williams recently spoke at length about what fans can expect leading up to the season finale and even touched upon Scream 4 in connection with this generation’s relationship to horror movies.
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"?
Excited about "The Vampire Diaries" returning to the airwaves this Thursday and curious about what the second half of the season holds? Then you'll want to check out this new video from The CW of Candice Accola sharing an exclusive preview of what's to come!
A short while ago The CW provided us with the synopsis for the February 3rd episode of "The Vampire Diaries", entitled "Daddy Issues", and today comes a fresh batch of stills from the ep. The only bummer? Not a single one of them includes the "Daddy" in question.
Good news for fans of The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" - David Anders, aka Johnathan Gilbert, is returning for Season Two's lucky 13th episode, entitled "Daddy Issues". Even better? The ep was written by executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec!
We're not sure who's descending into what in the upcoming Episode 12 of "The Vampire Diaries", entitled "The Descent", but with a description that includes doom and gloom, we're pretty certain that it's not good. Thanks to The CW we have a big batch of photos that might shed some light on things.
When The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" left the air for its holiday hiatus, we'd just seen Tyler go through his first transformation and an ages old vamp was bitten by another lycan. Who will survive these changes, and at what cost? Episode 12, "The Descent", will hopefully shed some light on these questions.