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May 4, 2012

I don’t know how the season finale can be anymore exciting than last night’s episode of the Vampire Diaires, but I am sure that Julie Plec & Kevin Williamson have all kinds of exciting adventures awaiting us next week!

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  • May 3, 2012

    The E!Online shared this fabulous news!

    Well, you can file this under News That Doesn’t Suck!

    The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural and 90210 have all been picked up for the 2012-13 TV season by the CW. Go on, we’ll give you a minute to celebrate the news!

    So what can fans expect from their favorite shows when they return next season?

    Given that The Vampire Diaries is the CW’s highest-rated show, it’s no surprise that the show has been picked up for a fourth season, which will focus on Elena (Nina Dobrev) & Co.’s final semester of their senior year, executive producer Julie Plec confirms. “They’re making decisions about their future. Do I stay or do I go? And no, there will not be a Mystic U,” Plec says. “Grams taught at a nearby university and Jenna was getting her masters degree so there’s something out there that we’ll be introducing and seeing in season four.”

    90210 will also be returning for a fifth season come this fall.

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  • May 2, 2012

    Finally got the caps from Do Not Go Gentle episode sorted and added to the gallery. Love the 20s look! Paul as Stefan looks so handsome in his suit!

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  • May 2, 2012

    Robyn Ross of TV Guide did a comparison between Kevin Williamson’s two hit series The Vampire Diaries and Dawson’s Creek …

    It’s you and me, Stefan, always.”

    Those are the words that The Vampire Diaries’ Elena Gilbert said to Stefan Salvatore in Season 2 when she offered to feed him her blood to build up his strength, and prove to him that they were in this battle together.

    But does that phrase sound slightly familiar? On the series finale of Dawson’s Creek, which was also created by Vampire Diaries boss Kevin Williamson, Joey Potter (Katie Holmes) said almost the exact same thing. “It’s you and me, always,” she told her best friend Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek), despite choosing Pacey Witter (Joshua Jackson) as her eternal love.

    Does Williamson’s repeated choice of words mean he’s telling us that, like Dawson and Joey, Stefan and Elena will always be soulmates, but won’t ultimately be together? As the CW series heads towards the Season 3 finale and Elena’s big choice between Stefan and Damon, we compare both of Williamson’s shows, their main love triangle and how the ending of Dawson’s might be predicting the future of Vampire Diaries.

    Here are our main arguments (these are just educated guesses, so take them with a grain of vervain):

    The parallel love triangle
    Both shows feature a smart, brown-haired heroine who starts out loving the heartfelt “good guy,” but finds herself surprisingly attracted to the risk-taking, unpredictable “bad boy.”

    A monumental Season 3
    While both series documented the coming together and splitting apart of their first real loves, it was in Season 3 that both shows built up the sexual tension and romantic chemistry between the latter pair.

    At the end of Dawson’s 17th episode, “Cinderella Story,” Pacey kisses Joey for the first time after she went on about how he’s the only (other) person who truly knows her. It’s two episodes later, that she finally kisses him back.

    In the 10th episode of this season’s Vampire Diaries, Elena thanks Damon for always being there for her and he responds by making his guilt for liking his brother’s girl really worth it — by kissing her. A long nine episodes later, Elena no longer fights her feelings and the two have a major makeout session.

    Giving the OK
    Despite Dawson’s feelings for Joey, in Season 3 he gives her the go-ahead to run off and be with his best friend (cue ugly cry). In the final scene of the series, Joey and Pacey, now a real couple, call Dawson about his show, but also let viewers know that the friendship among the trio has survived Joey’s choice.

    In a recent Vampire Diaries episode, Stefan tells Elena to go off to Denver with Damon so she can explore her “unresolved feelings” for him. (And resolve they did!) And yes, Damon and Stefan are bound by blood, but after 150 years, despite some major Katherine bumps, the two have never fully let a girl come between them.

    End game
    In the Dawson’s finale, Joey and Jen wax poetic about the ongoing triangle. “You never could make a decision,” Jen (Michelle Williams) says on her death bed. “The only decision left is the one I need to make for myself to stop running once and for all,” Joey says. “I mean, I know who I’m supposed to be with, I’ve always known.”

    While we hope this season of The Vampire Diaries is far from its last, Rose recently told Jeremy her very poignant thoughts on the triangle: “It’s not that she makes him a better person, but he changes her too. Damon challenges her, surprises her, he makes her question her life, her beliefs,” Rose says. “Stefan is different. His love is pure; he’ll always be good for her. Damon is either the best thing for her or the worst.”

    As Season 3 comes to a close, Elena Gilbert will choose between Damon and Stefan. Of course, until the series finale, we won’t know if that person will be the same one by her side in the end.

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  • May 1, 2012

    More new pics! One from the finale of Stefan & Elena and a few from last week’s episode … love the 20’s attire. The pics are from the scene in the cemetery … such a great and emotional scene!


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  • April 27, 2012

    Last night’s episode of the Vampire Diaries was really good and so emotional. Did everyone enjoy the Stefan & Elena moments? Next week looks to be just as good.

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  • April 26, 2012

    E!Online’s Tierney Bricker has given us a rundown and some teasers for tonight’s episode of The Vampire Diaries. And can I say I LOVE #5!

    Prepare yourselves, Vampire Diaries fans.

    “It’s a really sad episode,” executive producer Julie Plec says of tonight’s outing of TVD. And after screening the episode, we can totally corroborate Plec’s statement.

    While the episode is tinged in sadness, there is a ’20s-themed decade dance going on to lighten the mood, at least for a little while. So yes, this hour of TVD really does have everything going for it, including romance, heartbreak and some laughs, including a few that might make you cry.

    After careful consideration, we’ve listed five things fans can look forward to in tonight’s episode, so if you want to go in completely spoiler-free, we suggest you hit that little “x” in the top right corner right about now!

    Kleenex Stock Will Rise: “Do Not Go Gentle” is such an apt title for this episode as the writers definitely did not go gentle on our emotions and tear ducts. It’s such a poignant and emotional hour for more than one character. One scene in particular, which brings almost all of the series regulars (minus Joseph Morgan) together, which is pretty rare on this show, will have you grabbing the tissues and pausing the show to collect yourselves. Did we mention there’s no dialogue in the scene? Plec says the scene was almost cut by the network (time constraints), but she fought to keep it in as its “the heart and soul” of the entire season. Keep fighting the good fight, girl!

    We’ll Learn What Makes Ric Tick: Many fans have been wondering how exactly the ring turned Alaric (Matt Davis, who steals the hour) into this dark, vampire-hating ass-hat, and the show will answer that question in detail tonight. One small tease? Let’s just say Esther (Alice Evans) and Evil Ric have some kind of history. P.S. Esther gives up control of Rebekah’s (Claire Holt) body pretty early on in the episode. Boo!

    The Other Love Triangle: Tyler (Michael Trevino) is still pretty pissed about Klaus (Joseph Morgan) trying to mack on his girl (Tyler’s words, not ours, since you know, we’re not a high school football player) Caroline (Candice Accola), but he’s forced to grin and bear it as he doesn’t want Klaus to know he broke the sire bond. Cut to Klaus attempting to woo Caroline while dancing and Tyler sulking from the sidelines. Ouch! So does Klaus make any progress? We’ll have to check back in a year or two…or 50.

    Bonnie Finally Gets Some Lovin’! Yes, the show’s resident witch has finally found a nice, normal guy in Jamie (Robert Ri’chard), who like Oz (Seth Green) on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, adapts extremely well to Bonnie and her friends’ pretty insane extracurricular activities (#witchgirlproblems?). While the two share a steamy kiss, Bonnie also leans on Jamie in a moment of emotional exhaustion and it was nice to see the vulnerable side of her.

    Stelena Steals Delena’s Thunder: What preview is complete without some teases to satisfy the shippers? While Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) had their moment (boy, did they!) last week, tonight’s episode is all about Stefan and Elena reconnecting while acknowledging they can never go back to how things were. Elena invites Stefan to be her date for the dance (yes, Damon is jealous) and their relationship is stronger than it’s been all season by episode’s end. Without saying too much, after having Elena never give up on him all season, Stefan is finally able to return the favor. (Gee, could we vague that up for ya?) Elena’s decision is not getting any easier, folks!

    The Vampire Diaries airs tonight at 8 p.m. on the CW.

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  • April 24, 2012

    CW released another new image of Stefan & Elena from this Thursday’s episode of The Vampire Diaries.

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