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There are packed episodes of TV, and then there are packed episodes of The Vampire Diaries. And then there are episodes like “Graduation,” which crammed in, like, three episodes’ worth of stuff, even by this series’ standards.
New TVD spinoff The Originals leads in to Supernatural on Tuesdays, The Carrie Diaries moves to Fridays, and more.
“The Walking Dead” briefly brought many of TVD's non-romantic relationships back to the surface, living up to expectations that first arose when the notion of dropping the veil was explained. And it was a blast.
So, all it took to get Elena’s humanity back on track was a hearty dose of horror. Could the same be said of the series as a whole?
This backdoor pilot certainly wasn't without issues, and now I'm not entirely sure how I feel about the prospects of The Originals.
I'm tired of updating the spreadsheet of who currently has the cure, wants to take the cure, wants to destroy the cure, wants to give the cure to someone else, or wants to listen to The Cure while reviewing a…
Caution: There is a LOT of intent staring ahead.
The hunt for the cure has spanned the northeastern Atlantic corridor this season, traipsing from the magical forests of Canada to the urban jungle of New York City to, this week, the Creamed Corn Capital of the Keystone State.
Welcome back, friends, to another edition of The Vampire Diaries Presents: Flashback Theater, sponsored by Geritol. In this week’s installment, we take you to that seedy, sordid city that never sleeps, New York City 1970s-style.
All throughout “Bring It On,” characters were insisting to one another that they should cut loose and have some fun after plowing through so much hardship recently, and the episode itself embraced that spirit.
Plus: Joy Behar is leaving The View, IFC picks up a couple more comedies, and a real-life Mystic Grill?
Plus: Teen Wolf has a return date, Kurt Sutter has a wacky new show in development, and Lee Pace has a new job.
Plus: The Vampire Diaries beats ABC and NBC, a pair of Lost vets head to The CW, and Van Der Beek is CBS's lady-parts specialist.
The quest to make Elena Gilbert human again has culminated in her choosing to become fully a monster.
Welp, this episode gave us a lot to process.
Plus: AMC is developing a scary monster series, ABC Family orders a pair of reality shows, and Dylan McDermott adds star power to a CBS pilot.
Holy moly, it looks like The CW actually has a solid foundation for next season! But what about its other shows?
This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
The cure has become just another way to dramatize TVD's central love triangle, for better or for worse.
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forbidden love, gossiping teens, hot vampires, love triangle, pressures of high school