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December 22, 2016

The Vampire Diaries started with Elena falling in love with the 162-year-old Stefan but a couple of seasons later, Stefan found solace in Caroline. Elena, of course, ended up in the arms of Damon. In a recent interview with TV Guide, Paul Wesley spills the beans on when the CW show’s writers realized that Steroline is actually a possibility.

“There’s one (moment) where we’re still friends. We weren’t romantic at this point. She had just become a vampire and I was teaching her how to be a vampire in the bathroom. She was freaking out and Stefan was comforting her. I think that was the scene where the writers were like, ‘Oh, OK. Maybe these two could be a romantic pairing.’”

The scene Paul was pertaining to happened in Season 2 when Caroline was still learning the ropes of being a vampire. Despite the difficulty, she was able to adjust gracefully which even earned her the nickname “Vampire Barbie.”

Candice King likewise recalled the times when Caroline felt something’s brewing between her and the younger Salvatore brother.

“I loved a lot of her moments where she was finally standing up for herself. Right before she found her mom had cancer but she knew she had feelings for Stefan and Stefan had left town. And she was finally standing up for herself saying, ‘Fine, I’ll admit it. I was worried about you and I had feelings for you.’ So I loved seeing her have a very human, very grown-up responses to how Stefan was acting and blowing her off.”

The Vampire Diaries will conclude in March next year and the cast and crew members are hush about plot developments. As for Caroline and Stefan, it remains uncertain if they will have their happy ending especially with Cade derailing their plans to get married.

Steroline supporters have their fingers crossed that Stefan’s servitude to Cade will soon be over. After all, in the recent episode “The Next Time I Hurt Somebody, It Could Be You,” Stefan and Cade agreed on a specific time that Stefan will serve.

As the show is about to close its curtain, Paul got the chance to direct one of the episodes of this final season. He is no stranger to the directorial hat because Paul had worked several times behind the camera for the CW drama.

As reported by Yahoo, Paul found it “terrifying” to direct children, particularly the girls who play the twin daughters of Caroline and Alaric. Paul said it’s petrifying because the “two little girls are so sweet” that he didn’t want to make things difficult for them.

Paul praised his co-star Candice for doing a “really phenomenal job” in a scene where Caroline was arguing with Alaric in a parking lot. For him, it’s the best episode Candice did in the whole series. Showrunner Julie Plec previously said that the show’s final season would be a time of redemption. She told Nerdist that the creative team feels as if the characters would need one.

“This season really deals with the theme of good vs. evil. Can you recover from the mistakes that you’ve made, can you make amends for the pain you’ve inflicted on others, is there hope for you or are you doomed to be punished for all eternity? We don’t really deal in specifics of heaven and hell on this show but we have always talked about peace, and we’ve never really explored what the opposite of peace might be. In that vein of it being a series ender, we finally felt like we could start exploring those issues.”

Peace is also something that Ian Somerhalder has in mind. For him, the perfect ending for The Vampire Diaries is to finally let the people of Mystic Falls exist without the presence of supernatural creatures. Ian thinks the people of the town including Elena have been tormented enough.

The Vampire Diaries airs every Friday on The CW.

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  • December 12, 2016

    Added captures from episodes 08×04, 08×05, & 08×06 to the gallery. Almost caught up! Sorry for the delays. Hopefully I will return to the land of having internet at home again soon.

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  • November 28, 2016

    Added captures from episodes 08×01, 08×02, & 08×03 to the gallery.

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  • November 22, 2016

    Thanks to Claudia at Never Enough Design we have all new themes on the site … this time as a homage to Paul’s character Stefan Salvatore. I hope you enjoy it!

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  • November 17, 2016

    The Series Finale Date has been revealed for The Vampire Diaries.

    The CW has set its midseason schedule, including the series premiere of the highly-anticipated new drama RIVERDALE, and the returns of THE 100, REIGN, THE ORIGINALS and IZOMBIE.

    DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW moves to its new night on Tuesday, January 24 (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT), paired with The CW’s #1 series THE FLASH (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT).

    On Thursday, January 26, SUPERNATURAL returns from its winter hiatus at its new time (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT), followed by the series debut of The CW’s new drama RIVERDALE (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT), a surprising and subversive take based on the iconic characters from Archie Comics.

    THE 100 is back Wednesday, February 1 (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT), paired with ARROW (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT).

    REIGN returns for its fourth season Friday, February 10 (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT). With THE VAMPIRE DIARIES concluding after eight seasons on Friday, March 10, THE ORIGINALS will return on Friday, March 17 (8:00-9:00pm ET/PT).

    The season finale of DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW is set for Tuesday, March 28, and iZOMBIE will make its season three debut with back-to-back new episodes on Tuesday, April 4 (8:00-9:00pm and 9:00-10:00pm ET/PT), before moving to its regularly scheduled time period after THE FLASH on April 11.

    The season finale of NO TOMORROW will air Tuesday, January 17 (9:00-10:00pm ET), with the season finale of FREQUENCY set for the following week Wednesday, January 25 (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT). CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND wraps up its second season run on Friday, February 3 (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT).

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  • November 11, 2016

    Deadline shares this exciting news! Looks like Paul is going to be busy after he finishes filming The Vampire Diaries!

    The Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley has signed a pod deal at Warner Bros. TV for his production company, Citizen Media, with partner/former The Vampire Diaries executive producer Bob Levy.

    Under the pact, Wesley and Levy will develop new television projects for the studio, starting with a darkly comedic single-camera half-hour based on a non-fiction article by Jason Smith called Confessions Of a Drug-Addicted High School Teacher.

    Citizen Media has three other series projects in the works that preceded the WBTV deal, including a limited series at ABC produced by Robert Redford.

    Titled Pecos, the ABC limited series, produced by ABC Signature Studios, is inspired by the true story of a 29-year-old rookie journalist who takes down one of the richest, most powerful men in Texas, proving his gigantic business empire is a complete fraud, in 1962 Pecos, Texas. Shawn Christensen, Oscar winner for his short film Curfew, is writing. Citizen Media’s Wesley and Levy executive produce alongside Robert Redford and Laura Michalchyshyn of Sundance Productions.

    At Fox 21 TV Studios, Citizen Media has Finding Natalie, a drama about a young Mexican woman searching for her 17-year-old sister Natalie who was recently kidnapped by a sex trafficking cartel. NY Playwright and The American’s writer Hillary Bettis will write.

    At Freeform, Wesley and Levy is developing one-hour series Shanghai Summer, about 20-something Americans pursuing their dreams in Shanghai, China. Oanh Ly (The Catch) is on board to write the script.

    Wesley, as well as fellow Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder, landed overall deals with the series’ producer WBTV as part of their most recent talent pacts for the long-running CW drama.

    Wesley is hitting the ground running, having already started building a development slate with veteran producer/executive Levy, who also has served as an executive producer on such series as Pretty Little Liars and Gossip Girl.

    Wesley is repped by ICM Partners and Management 360. Christensen, who has the upcoming feature Sidney Hall, is repped by Verve. Bettis is repped by CAA.

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  • October 28, 2016

    Three new stills from next week’s episode of the Vampire Diaries, You Decided That I Was Worth Saving.

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