Now that Damon is a goner, where does that leave Elena? ‘The Vampire Diaries’ executive producer Julie Plec teased a brand new love interest for the heartbroken vampire — Alaric!
The Vampire Diaries faces some major change when it returns in the fall of 2014, especially now that Damon (Ian Somerhalder) is dead. One of the biggest changes will be for his girlfriend, Elena (Nina Dobrev), who will find comfort in the arms of an old friend.
Is Katherine finally being ejected from Elena’s body for good? Plus, get more scoop from the March 6 episode!
Only a select few know that “Elena” (Nina Dobrev) is actually Katherine, but that number is about to grow exponentially. The March 6 episode of The Vampire Diaries finds Stefan (Paul Wesley), Caroline (Candice Accola) and Matt (Zach Roerig) conjuring a “desperate new plan to save Elena’s life,” according to the description of the episode, titled “Gone Girl.”
The Mikaelsons may have been in Celeste’s crosshairs, but someone else paid the ultimate price.
It’s official: Klaus (Joseph Morgan) has 99 problems, and witches are all of them! Celeste and her fellow death-cheaters put the Mikaelson family through hell on the Feb. 4 episode of The Originals, eventually resulting in the death of one of their closest allies. … OK, fine, more like one of their closest frenemies.
Plus, is Damon headed to the dark side… again?! No offense to Matt, but this was probably one of Mystic Falls’ worst parties ever.
In case you’re not yet aware, Katherine Pierce (Nina Dobrev) is a life ruiner. Even when she doesn’t have her own body, she still manages to throw a wrench in all that is good and pure in Mystic Falls. Case in point: Damon (Ian Somerhalder) pulled out all the stops to win back Elena on the Jan. 30 episode of The Vampire Diaries — honestly, he was speaking so selflessly, I almost wondered if it was really him — but because Katherine was currently behind the wheel, she had Elena tell him off and walk away.
A most unwelcome face from Klaus’ past returns to New Orleans to raise a little (more) hell.
Terror, thy name is Papa Tunde! The Big Easy’s new big bad reared his not-so-ugly head on the Jan. 28 episode of The Originals, and no vampire was safe from his sacrificial wrath — least of all Rebekah (Claire Holt), who temporarily had her powers sucked out by the well-dressed warlock.
Check out our sneak peek of Thursday’s ‘Vampire Diaries,’ featuring a major ‘Forwood’ moment.
Warning: The following clip from the Jan. 30 episode of The Vampire Diaries is guaranteed to trigger a few emotions. Not only are we being blessed with Matt (Zach Roerig) and Tyler’s (Michael Trevino) rekindled bromance, but Mr. Lockwood also hints at his intentions to get back together with Caroline (Candice Accola)! It’s like all is right with the world again.
Familiar faces, new twists and one hell of a hookup made for an unforgettable 100th episode of ‘The Vampire Diaries.’
Can you believe it’s been 100 episodes already? It feels like only yesterday that Damon (Ian Somerhalder) sauntered into Mystic Falls, accompanied by some rolling fog and that ridiculous crow — neither of which I was sad to see disappear forever. Anyway, the Jan. 23 episode of The Vampire Diaries was more than just a milestone for The CW’s popular fang-fest; it was a 60-minute reminder of why we’ve loved, and will always love, this epic gem of a show.
Would you support Caroline & Stefan finally getting together? New details about an upcoming episode hint that ‘Steroline’ is a possibility.
In my opinion, the writing has been on the wall for a while: Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Caroline (Candice Accola) are bound to get together eventually; not only because he’s one of the only guys left on her Mystic Falls checklist, but because they’ve had crazy chemistry for years. When The Vampire Diaries returns Jan. 23, it sounds like ‘Steroline’ could begin to find its footing.
Executive producer Caroline Dries promises that ‘Delena’ will be pushed ‘in the right direction’ on the series’ major milestone episode.
Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) may have called it quits on the Dec. 12 midseason finale of The Vampire Diaries, but as you probably suspected, their ‘breakup’ is really just a break. The next episode, airing Jan. 23, will pick up immediately following the sinking of their ship — and executive producer Caroline Dries says fans should anticipate a “fun” reaction from both sides.
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.
In a cruel twist of irony, Klaus finally regained the home he’s wanted for centuries — only to be more divided from his own family than ever before.Marcel’s (Charles Michael Davis) issues with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) escalated to an all-out war on the Nov. 26 episode of The Originals, forcing Rebekah (Claire Holt) to finally choose a side. Unfortunately for Vampire Barbie, she apparently chose wrong, as her brother was able to decimate Marcel’s li’l army without even breaking a sweat. Long live the king!
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.
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!
Mr. Mikaelson is racking up some serious frequent flier miles! But what’s bringing him back to ‘The Vampire Diaries’?
Just when we started to get used to seeing Tyler (Michael Trevino) in the Big Easy, another Vampire Diaries/Originals crossover is reportedly on the way! Joseph Morgan’s villain-ish Klaus will return to Mystic Falls before the show’s fifth season ends, TVGuide.com reports, though further details about his visit are being kept under wraps for now.
Plus, is Katherine dying?! This was easily the craziest episode of ‘The Vampire Diaries’ to date, but I’m confident we can make sense of it. Together.
If you found yourself scratching your head during much of The Vampire Diaries’ Nov. 7 episode, don’t feel too bad. It just means that, unlike most of the show’s characters, you’re human! It was a super-confusing hour, full of doppelgangers and “anchors” and Snooki references — and by the end, a familiar face returned to Mystic Falls to throw a nasty wrench in the gang’s plan to resurrect Bonnie (Kat Graham).