Another familiar face is returning to The Vampire Diaries in its final season — only this one’s not quite as friendly as the others. TV Line can confirm that Chris Wood will return as Kai Parker!

The CW on Monday released a batch of photos from the Feb. 17 episode (8/7c), featuring none other than Chris Wood‘s Season 6 villain Kai Parker.

With Nina Dobrev officially returning for the March 10 series finale, I know what you’re all wondering: Will Kai undo the sleeping spell he put on Elena? Sadly, your guess is as Wood good as mine.

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Warning: The following promo for the fourth season of The Originals has been known to induce chills.

After 10 long months — which is actually five years in Mikaelson time — the First Family of New Orleans finally returns on March 17 (The CW, 8/7c), and TVLine has your exclusive first look at the unhappy homecoming.

Picking up a half-decade after the events of Klaus’ trial, Hayley is still working tirelessly to free everyone, much to the dismay of Marcel and (Pastor?) Vincent.

There’s also a special surprise waiting at the 0:27 mark for fans of a certain “brave bartender.” (I don’t care if it’s just a vision. I’ll take it!)



I have added 500+ 1080p screencaptures of The Vampire Diaries’ 8×11: “You Made a Choice to Be Good” to our photo archives;




With one season left in The Vampire Diaries’ run, EW.com decided it was time to start collecting everyone’s final diary entries. Every week during the final season, EW is asking those involved with the show to look back on one of their favorite moments from the series. So grab your tissues and join us on this trip down a vampire-filled memory lane;

This week, Michael Malarkey talks playing Enzo…

I feel like Enzo has gone through so many shifts and changes. I’ve had the opportunity to play really high highs and really low lows. It’s been a super fun character to play. I almost left the show in season 5. I had an episode arc, and I was a guest at the time and had another offer and decided that my business with Enzo wasn’t done and my time here with this family wasn’t done. It just felt right to stay, and it’s been immensely rewarding. Ever since that happened, the character’s grown so much. It’s really interesting as an actor to play a character for this many years and to live in that body.

Enzo is the closest to James Bond that I’ve gotten so far. I suppose I’ll miss being Bond-ish. He is kind of a mix between a Bond villain and Bond himself, which is a cool line to toe. It was my first major role doing a British accent, as well, which was a real treat.

The one story line that was pretty much strictly an Enzo story line was the one having to do with the Armory and his father and his family. I really enjoyed that arc and got some really meaty scenes in that. That was definitely a highlight for me.

This show has put me on the map. I hadn’t worked in the states until I’d done this show. It’s given me an amazing platform for everything else I’m going to be doing in the future. The fans of this show are so diehard. They support everything we do, the ones that are really truly our fans. For example, being a musician and pursuing that as well, they’ve been amazing coming out to the shows and digging the music. And the cool thing about it is there’s a portion of the fans that aren’t really used to listening to that kind of music, moody singer-songwriter stuff, and it’s cool to be able to get my music out there to a crowd that wouldn’t normally listen to that kind of music.



TV Line‘s got some good news for fans of The Vampire Diaries, particularly those still reeling from Friday’s major death.

Yes, Enzo St. John is dead. You saw Stefan rip out his heart, you saw his face turn grey, and you heard Bonnie scream in anguish. But that’s not the good news;

The good news is that you’ll be seeing Michael Malarkey again before the series wraps on March 10.

“I’ve gone in and done a couple bits here and there,” Malarkey told TVLine when asked about his involvement in the series finale. “It’s nice to be able to wrap this thing up the way they’ve done it, to know this is the end, and to do it justice.”

When we pressed Malarkey for his reaction to the end of Enzo’s story — at the time of the interview on Feb. 2, we didn’t know that story included death — the actor told us, “I kind of knew it was coming, how it all wraps up. Julie had talked to some of us beforehand, telling us some ideas, so I was prepared for either way it would go.”

He added, “It’s nice to come full circle with Julie [Plec] directing the last one, and bringing back some familiar faces. … I’m sure everyone is saying that it’s bittersweet, but it’s also just kind of sweet.”

It’s anyone’s guess how Enzo re-enters the picture, but he isn’t the only deceased character appearing in the finale; David Anders (John), Kayla Ewell (Vicki) and Michael Trevino (Tyler) have all been seen on set.



Yup! Another familiar face will return to Mystic Falls one last time. Steven R. McQueen will return as Jeremy Gilbert, EW.com confirms;

After Nina Dobrev announced her return for the Vampire Diaries series finale, more familiar faces have hinted at potentially coming back for the show’s final hour. First up, David Anders, who played John Gilbert in the series, tweeted about his trip to Atlanta and has since posted a photo of his chair on set. And now, Steven R. McQueen appears to be back in Mystic Falls.

McQueen, who played Jeremy Gilbert on the Vampire Diaries, recently posted a photo on Instagram showing a Mystic Falls Medical Transport van in the background, with a caption that reads, “Saying hi to some old friends.” McQueen was last seen in the show’s season 6 finale when he returned to say goodbye to his sister, Elena, before Dobrev’s departure.

Saying hi to some old friends

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“It’s been a Hell of a Ride” is the fourteenth episode of The Vampire Diaries’ final season. The episode airs February 24th on The CW and here’s the description;

WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD – Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) must join forces against Cade (guest star Wolé Parks) in order to save Elena’s casket. Meanwhile, Caroline (Candice King) and Alaric (Matt Davis) deal with their daughters’ burgeoning magical powers.



Here’s the official description of The Vampire Diaries’ “The Lies Are Going To Catch Up With You” airing February 17th on The CW;

EVIL IN THE PAST – Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Alaric (Matt Davis) come face to face with an old enemy after they obtain a weapon that may be able to destroy Cade. Stefan (Paul Wesley) is held captive by a surprising acquaintance and is forced to confront a dark secret from his past. Meanwhile, Caroline (Candice King) and Matt (Zach Roerig) try to keep Stefan’s violent history from destroying him. Cade (guest star Wolé Parks) focuses his attention on Bonnie (Kat Graham) and digs deep into her mind.



Here’s the preview of “What Are You?”, the 12th episode of The Vampire Diaries’ final season. The episode airs February 10th on The CW;

SAVING SOULS – In order to save Stefan’s (Paul Wesley) soul, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) makes a deal with Cade (guest star Wolé Parks) to retrieve the Maxwell journal. Alaric (Matt Davis) and Matt (Zach Roerig) refuse to hand the journal over as it may contain the key to destroying Cade. Caroline (Candice King) desperately tries to connect with Stefan before Cade goes through with his plan.



As The Vampire Diaries prepares to say goodbye, Michael Malarkey shares special behind-the-scenes moments from the set;



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