We're just three episodes away from the Season One finale for Kevin Williamson's smash hit The Vampire Diaries, and up this week is Episode 19, "Miss Mystic Falls", which, as you might expect given the title, is chock full of lovely ladies in guest starring roles.
Tonight Episode 18 of The Vampire Diaries, "Under Control", airs on The CW, and with a total run of just 22 episodes, that means we're getting close to the end of the series' first season. No details are available about the finale just yet, but we do have some stills from and a very brief synopsis of Ep. 21.
This week's episode of The Vampire Diaries is entitled "Under Control", and The CW is previewing two clips from the show, one with Damon and Stefan discussing the latest turn of events and the other with Alaric and Elena talking about keeping secrets.
Smart Pop Books, an imprint that specializes in pop culture essay collections, will soon be publishing an anthology for the popular book and TV series The Vampire Diaries, and the cover art has been revealed along with a few of the essay authors.
Now this is the way to end a Friday -- With a slew of stills and news about one of our favorite shows, The Vampire Diaries. If you're not watching by now, you're really missing out, especially considering the turn of events that occurred in last night's episode.
The CW has just released a new promo clip for its popular series The Vampire Diaries focusing on its "smoldering cast", and it is hot, hot, hot!
We've always thought it was clever how both The Vampire Diaries and its sister (or maybe that should be brother) show on The CW, Supernatural, borrow their episode titles from well-known songs and movies, and this week is no exception although some purists in the crowd might be a little put off by TVD's Ep. 17: "Let the Right One In". Trust us, though; Williamson & crew haven't let us down yet, and we doubt they will here either.
During the same interview in which he gave an update on Scream 4, Kevin Williamson dished out a little info on what fans of his hit TV series The Vampire Diaries have to look forward to in the coming years (yes, years)!
If there's anybody out in the indie world that sends us updates on their projects more often than the multi-talented Phil Nichols, I don't know who it is. Today he sent over a new batch of stills from Vampire Diaries Renfield, but best of all, they include the first shot of one of the creatures Nichols' Facades FX is doing for the film.
Last night's episode of The Vampire Diaries was chock full of info and surprises (that one scene with the guy ... and the car ... wow!), so we're sure fans of the show are already looking ahead to next week. Read on for two clips, the trailer, and a full synopsis of Episode 16, "There Goes the Neighborhood", along with details on a pretty cool contest The CW has just started running.
Just like its Thursday night companion Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries is returning in full force to the small screen on March 25th, and to help get everyone geared up for "A Few Good Men", The CW has posted online a few good webclips from the episode.
Phil Nichols, who portrays Renfield in the currently filming Vampire Diaries Renfield, dropped us a line with an update on the shoot and provided us with a batch of new photos to share with Dread Central readers.
They still haven't returned from their winter hiatus yet -- that's happening next week on March 25th -- but we've already gotten the word on when we'll be seeing the season finales of The CW's popular The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural as well as a few choice teasers about what to expect in Supernatural's 100th episode, which airs April 15th.
You have to hand it to The CW. They provide more sneak peeks and clips from their shows than just about anybody else out there. And today they've rewarded their loyal viewers of The Vampire Diaries, who have been waiting several weeks for the return of their favorite series, with a new trailer for "A Few Good Men" featuring Ian Somerhalder as Damon: One Bachelor ... Slightly Damaged.
Yet another hot chick has joined the cast of The Vampire Diaries to help keep those Salvatore brothers' blood boiling. This time its Spencer Locke, who has some decent horror cred thanks to her role in the upcoming Resident Evil: Afterlife.