Here are the songs that played during last night’s The Vampire Diaries;

The Blind Love “Without You”
Julian Cubillos “Strangers”
Explosions In The Sky “The Ecstatics”



Here’s the preview for the upcoming episode of The Vampire Diaries airing December 2nd on The CW;

PAUL WESLEY DIRECTS THE EPISODE WHICH FINDS STEFAN MAKING AN UNEXPECTED SACRIFICE — When her children become the focus of the Siren’s latest plan, Caroline (Candice King) takes drastic measures to ensure nothing gets in the way of keeping her family safe. In a race against the clock, Stefan (Paul Wesley) pledges to do everything he can to save the twins, while tensions between Alaric (Matt Davis) and Caroline boil over, leading them to face some harsh realities about the future of their family. Meanwhile, when Enzo (Michael Malarkey) finds himself unable to fight off Sybil’s (guest star Nathalie Kelley) latest move, Stefan dives into his subconscious and along the way, sets off a chain of events that leaves him faced with a life-changing decision. Kat Graham and Zach Roerig also star.



Finally some news about The Originals! It looks like The Vampire Diaries’ Matt Davis will be visiting our vampire/hybrid friends in New Orleans, TV Line confirms;

The eighth episode of The Originals‘ upcoming fourth season — which premieres Friday, March 17 at 8/7c on The CW — will feature an appearance by Matt Davis, TVLine has learned exclusively. Alaric, whose twin daughters are currently caught in a siren’s crosshairs, pops up in order to deliver a priceless artifact to Elijah.

This marks the fourth time a character from The Vampire Diaries has appeared on The Originals: Tyler (Michael Trevino) made the jump in Season 1 to get revenge against Klaus, while Matt (Zach Roerig) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) both showed up in Season 3 for their own unique purposes.

Little else is known about The Originals‘ fourth season, save for a few details: Hayley, along with an all-grown-up Hope (now played by Summer Fontana), will track down the seven werewolf packs in order to save the Mikaelsons; more of Vincent’s backstory will be revealed; and Josh will get a new love interest in the form of Teen Wolf‘s Keahu Kahuanui.
We’ll also meet (at least) two new faces: Containment‘s Christina Moses will play a werewolf/ER doctor named Keelin, while Sleepy Hollow‘s Neil Jackson will play a mysterious vampire named Alistair.



There’s a lot of darkness in The Vampire Diaries’ eighth and final season. With the sirens as this year’s villains, the show has introduced its version of hell complete with Cade, its very own devil. But what will that mean for our favorite heroes (and villains)? Could the series end with everyone we love having to pay for their sins?

The short answer is: Yes, it could. But more than anything, Vampire Diaries showrunner Julie Plec says this story is about bringing things to an end. “There’s this sense of finality that we needed to accomplish this year which meant that characters that we’ve introduced and loved over the years, even the series regulars, had a journey that had to come to an end,” Plec says. “As we ask the question, ‘What does hell mean?’ and eventually ask the question, ‘Does peace exist?’ — that question will exist for each and every one of our characters. Now I’m not saying you’re going to watch them all die on camera, but the question is going to exist for everybody.”

That includes our beloved Tyler Lockwood, who was last seen lying dead in the trunk of a car (courtesy of Damon Salvatore). And yet, that’s not necessarily the last we’ve seen of him. “Is this the end of Tyler’s journey? Or is there more suffering or more spiritual beauty in store for him,” Plec teases. “And as for Damon, does this, among the many, many, many other terrible things that he’s done, cement his fate in a dark way? Does it make it completely impossible for him to ever come back from this? That question will make him first want to give up and then ultimately hopefully fight even harder.”

But in all of this darkness, there has been one piece of light: Stefan and Caroline got engaged at the end of the season’s second hour. Suddenly, the promise of a June wedding feels attainable. “Once we started talking about the season and deciding that it could be the end, that’s a path that we knew we wanted to get on and so this is the time to do it,” Plec says of the engagement.

“They’ve been growing as a team, they’ve had their ups and their downs, they’ve had a lot of hurdles preventing them from being able to be happy and we knew we did need some happiness in this otherwise bleak scenario,” Plec continues. “It was important for us to be able to celebrate a relationship. We can’t celebrate Damon and Elena right now; Elena’s in a coffin. And we’re celebrating Bonnie and Enzo all the time but they’re new so they have so many more roads to travel before they get to that conversation, so it was fun to be able to give Stefan and Caroline a sense of a happy ending to come, even if it doesn’t get that far. It’s going to be a fun road to travel.”

It will be fun… unless their journey ends with meeting Cade.

The Vampire Diaries airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

[EW.com]



I have added 600+ 1080p screencaptures of The Vampire Diaries’ 8×04: “An Eternity of Misery” to our photo archives;




TV Line has just confirmed that The Originals’ fourth season starts March 17th, 2017, a week after The Vampire Diaries aired its final episode.



It’s official: We have less than four months to spend with Mystic Falls’ finest.

The CW on Wednesday announced that the series finale of The Vampire Diaries will air Friday, March 10 at 8/7c. The following Friday (March 17) will mark the Season 4 premiere of The Originals, which will assume TVD‘s 8 pm time slot.
Now four episodes into its final season, The Vampire Diaries recently revealed that Caroline and Alaric’s nanny Seline — more commonly referred to as “the hot nanny” — is the (even more) sinister sister of siren Sybil. The series also bid farewell to Tyler Lockwood, who met his untimely end at the hands fangs of a spellbound Damon.

[TV Line]



The ballot is a lock and the competition is fierce!

People’s Choice Awards 2017 announced its final nominees today (Nov. 15), and with more than 125 million votes cast, it’s safe to say the fans have definitely spoken. (If you can’t wait to find out who made the ballot, scroll down to the bottom of this post to see the full list of nominees.)

The top vote-getters in music, movies, TV, and digital were revealed during the People’s Choice Awards 2017 nominations press conference in Los Angeles. Presenters Jordana Brewster (Lethal Weapon), Jamie Chung (Office Christmas Party), Ken Jeong (Dr. Ken), Boris Kodjoe (Code Black), Piper Perabo (Life In Pieces), Molly Shannon (Divorce), Wilmer Valderrama (NCIS), Executive Producer Mark Burnett and People’s Choice President Fred Nelson were on-hand to do the honors.

With a whopping 64 categories, People’s Choice Awards 2017 promises to be one for the books — and in the case of Ellen DeGeneres, it could be one for the record books. DeGeneres is nominated in three categories, including “Favorite Animated Movie Voice,” “Favorite Daytime TV Host” and “Favorite Comedic Collaboration.” If she wins even one of those categories, she would become the most-decorated People’s Choice Awards winner in history.
Though DeGeneres could set a People’s Choice Awards record, Kevin Hart may just be the one to watch. The actor leads the list of nominees for People’s Choice Awards 2017 with five total nods. Meanwhile, with four nods each, Drake and Rihanna are going to have to “work, work, work” to race ahead of each other before voting closes. They’re both tied for the most nominations in music. The biggest music showdown, however, might end up being between former One Direction bandmates Zayn Malik and Niall Horan. The singers are both in the running for “Favorite Breakout Artist.” (As if it wasn’t hard to enough picking your favorite 1D member, right?) Zayn is also up for “Favorite Song” with Pillowtalk. Captain America: Civil War dominates movies with seven noms across the board, while Grey’s Anatomy makes a strong showing in TV with five nods.

You determined the list of nominees, and now it’s up to you to choose the winner. Starting today, fans can cast votes for who they want to see take home a People’s Choice Award. Fans can vote via PeoplesChoice.com, Facebook, and/or via Facebook Messenger. Voting ends Thursday, Dec. 15 at 11:59 PM, ET.

Take a look of the full list here at People’s Choice!
You can vote until Thursday, December 15th at 11.59PM, ET.

The Vampire Diaries and Ian Somerhalder have both been nominated!

FAVORITE SCI-FI/FANTASY TV ACTOR:
Andrew Lincoln
Ian Somerhalder
Jensen Ackles
Sam Heughan
Tyler Posey

FAVORITE NETWORK SCI-FI/FANTASY TV SHOW:
Arrow
The Flash
Once Upon a Time
Supernatural
The Vampire Diaries



I have added 500+ 1080p screencaptures of The Vampire Diaries’ 8×03: “You Decided I Was Worth Saving” to our photo archives;




Here’s the preview of The Vampire Diaries’ upcoming episode “Coming Home Was a Mistake” airing November 18th on The CW;

WHEN TRAGEDY STRIKES TOO CLOSE TO HOME — Spiraling down a dangerous path of self-destruction, Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) latest actions prove he may be beyond the point of return. Unwilling to give up on his brother, Stefan (Paul Wesley) is forced to make a gut-wrenching decision that threatens to change their relationship forever. Elsewhere, Bonnie (Kat Graham) gets advice from Caroline (Candice King) on how to break through to Enzo (Michael Malarkey), while Matt (Zach Roerig) attempts to decipher a mysterious box of messages that he’s received. Finally, after tragedy strikes close to home, Stefan and the others are forced to remember what matters most to them. Matt Davis also stars.



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