Yep, it's that time again. Time for us to remind those of you not watching "The Vampire Diaries" that you're missing out on one of the best, most unpredictable genre shows on TV. Coming up next week vamps, witches, and lycans prepare to do battle in the season's penultimate episode, "The Sun Also Rises". The question, however, is on whom is it about to set?
We love getting new info on upcoming episodes of "The Vampire Diaries", but with Season Two winding down in just a few weeks, we're tempted to tell The CW to SLOW DOWN a bit with the goods and let us savor the time we have left. Alas, we doubt they'd listen anyway so here are close to a dozen stills from the upcoming Episode 21, "The Sun Also Rises", the next to last ep of the season.
We already know that Episode 20 of this season of "The Vampire Diaries" is going to be someone's "last day"; however, Episode 21 promises that "The Sun Also Rises" so maybe not all hope is lost. Read on for an outline of the ep to see if you can figure things out ahead of time.
Can Katherine ever be trusted? Will the Salvatore brothers be able to count on her as part of their alliance against Klaus? Check out this new clip from the upcoming Episode 17 of "The Vampire Diaries", entitled "Know Thy Enemy", and see what you think.
We're less than a week away from the return of "The Vampire Diaries" on The CW, and to celebrate, the network has released an extended video preview of the upcoming episode entitled "Know Thy Enemy" to go along with the regular preview we've already seen. Just beware - Everything you know is about to change.
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!
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.