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Vampire Diaries Midseason Finale

‘Vampire Diaries’ Recap: One Couple Reaches A Heartbreaking Conclusion

Plus, is another fan-favorite character about to die? Like, actually die? Get our thoughts on the midseason finale, then share yours.

Just when you thought Elena’s (Nina Dobrev) dead parent problems couldn’t become any more complicated, the Dec. 12 episode of The Vampire Diaries revealed that her dad was the scientist who designed the very experiments currently being conducted on her. Of course, the torture she experienced on the operating table wasn’t nearly as bad as the emotional torture she would face at the end of the midseason finale.

December 12, 2013
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‘Vampire Diaries’ Preview: Caroline Helps Stefan Overcome His PTSD

Watch drama-major Caroline attempt to psychoanalyze her best friend’s ex. (One thing’s for sure; this crew definitely needs therapy!)

“Steroline” shippers rejoice! Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Caroline (Candice Accola) get up close and personal in this brand-new clip from the Dec. 5 episode of The Vampire Diaries, as the younger Salvatore brother’s protégé vows to help him deal with that pesky PTSD he’s been wrestling with. She also makes sure to include a few jabs at Damon (Ian Somerhalder) in the midst of her genuine well-wishes for Stefan, but hey, what do you expect? This is Caroline we’re talking about.

December 2, 2013
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‘Vampire Diaries’ Recap: The Augustine Vampire Is Revealed

Plus, a long-anchored (pun intended) ship sets sail once again — and I’m already rooting for them.

No boyfriend was safe on the Nov. 21 episode of The Vampire Diaries, especially when pointy objects were involved. Not only did Katherine (Nina Dobrev) successfully purge Gregor from Matt’s body — God, I’m going to miss Zach Roerig‘s Czech accent — but her doppelganger also had a nasty encounter with Caroline’s (Candice Accola) new squeeze. Needless to say, there’s going to be a ton of Facebook status-changing tonight.

November 21, 2013
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‘Vampire Diaries’ Recap: Two Lovers Are Forced To Make A Sacrifice

Three Ninas. Three deaths. One incredible episode.

I hope Nina Dobrev took a nice long nap after shooting the Nov. 14 episode of The Vampire Diaries, because that girl worked her butt off. In fact, she worked all three of her butts off, as the doppelgangers were the key components in Tessa’s (Janina Gavankar) spell to make Bonnie (Kat Graham) the new anchor to the other side. And while the ladies’ efforts paid off by the end of the hour, achieving their goal came at a price. A deadly price. Three people died!

November 14, 2013
Vampire Diaries Spoiler

‘Vampire Diaries’: Is Katherine In Love With Damon Or Stefan?

Vote for the brother you think Katherine is falling for, then drop a comment with your thoughts on the state of relationships in Mystic Falls.

The Salvatore brothers’ love lives are nothing if not complicated, but Nina Dobrev says things are about to get more twisted than ever, thanks to one of her three doppelganger characters intervening. Katherine apparently has a “lingering love for one of the brothers that we learn more about as episodes progress,” Nina recently told‘s sister site TVLine. “Almost like Elena has chosen, Katherine has chosen, and we see that unfold.”

November 13, 2013
Vampire Diaries Episode 100

‘Vampire Diaries’ Cast Celebrates 100 Episodes In Atlanta — Red Carpet Pics

‘Vampire Diaries’ stars past and present gathered Nov. 9 in Atlanta to celebrate 100 incredible episodes, and has all the red carpet pics. Can you believe The Vampire Diaries has cranked out 100 episodes? It seems like only yesterday that Elena (Nina Dobrev) and “psychic” Bonnie (Kat Graham) were admiring the “hot back” of new-guy Stefan…

November 11, 2013
Paul Wesley People's Choice Awards

‘Vampire Diaries’ Star Paul Wesley Robbed Of PCA Nomination

I’ve been a ‘TVD’ fan for years — over the past five seasons, the show has featured some of the strongest YA acting on television. But for this year’s People’s Choice Awards, fans of the show got one thing horribly wrong: they forgot to vote for Paul Wesley.

To be fair, the impossible Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor category is the worst thing to happen to genre fans since the unjust cancelation of Firefly, so it makes sense that a strong performer was left out. Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Andrew Lincoln, Stephen Amell and Ian Somerhalder are all strong actors with beautiful faces and even more beautiful, dedicated fan bases. But an argument can be made that there’s one candidate in particular who shouldn’t have made the list — read on to find out why!

November 8, 2013

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