Here’s the official description of The Vampire Diaries’ sixth episode of the final season. It’s called “Detoured On Some Random Backwoods Path to Hell” and airs December 2nd, 2016 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.



With one season left in The Vampire Diaries’ run, we 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.

For week three, EW.com got Susan Walters to walk us through some of her best scenes as Carol Lockwood…

One of my favorite scenes was my first season when Mrs. Lockwood was dressed up as a flapper and I was flirting with Ian Somerhalder in a bar. I loved that scene. It was so much fun. What was really interesting for me is I was living in Atlanta at the time so I was a local hire. And yet, I worked with people that I’d worked with in L.A. And what was so great was how Ian and Nina Dobrev were as giving and welcoming to me as I would’ve felt if I was doing it in Los Angeles. I loved that scene. I knew the show was going to do so well because I was so impressed by how seriously they took their jobs, how committed they were, and how much he valued our little scene together. Besides that, I loved the subject matter and I loved flirting around with Ian because that was really fun for me to be able to do.

I absolutely love my first episode, where I tell that poor girl something about taking her out with the trash. I thought, “They have to hire me. This dialogue is so perfect for me.” Vicki Donovan was at the party with Tyler — that’s who I was sassy to in my audition.

Since I was a local hire, I was available, so all of a sudden as the mayor’s wife, I was able to be the beauty pageant director and the auctioneer lady. I had so much fun. I would just get to go and play with these great kids. They ended up giving me so much stuff to do.

Obviously getting drowned was a big scene for me. And actually I was so lucky. I knew my death would be coming at some point. It was just kind of par for the course. I remember being so grateful that I had a private death, so it was just Joseph Morgan and myself. The whole cast wasn’t there watching me. It was just me and Joseph, and Joseph, what a great actor. He’s so committed. It was very painless. They made everybody leave; it was late at night and it was just kind of private. It was good.

When Pascal [Verschooris] called me to say that my character was being killed, of course as an actress the first thought is, “Oh God, did I do something wrong?” Then he explained the story and it was such an indication of how classy the show was and how accepted I felt there in that small part that I had. I was treated really well that whole last episode.

I knew the whole time I was doing [Vampire Diaries] how lucky I was to have gotten that part and to have had her continue. I’m forever grateful that they chose me and that they continued to use me over four years.

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



Nathalie Kelley made sure she brushed up on her Greek mythology before auditioning for the role of Sybil, the mind-controlling siren and Big Bad for The Vampire Diaries’ final season.

“I was really kind of a nerd growing up,” she tells EW. “I read a lot of Greek mythology as a child, so I really just brushed up on the stories.”

As Kelley sees it, Sybil “gets what she wants” — and her twisted mind will take her to new levels. “I think you’ll be surprised at her capacity for evil as the season develops,” says the actress.

Sybil already has Damon and Enzo under her control, coercing them both to turn off their humanity, and the siren isn’t done terrorizing Damon and Enzo’s loved ones in Mystic Falls. “As the episodes come up, you see what she chooses to do with her powers, which gets pretty crazy,” Kelley teases.

Viewers learned in the trailer for Friday’s (tonight) upcoming episode “An Eternity of Misery” that Sybil has a sister, but Kelley can’t say too much about her mysterious sibling. “I don’t want to give it away,” she says. “She’s an integral part of the story and Sybil’s backstory.”

In Friday’s episode, viewers will get a peek into Sybil’s origin story, and Kelley says a “more vulnerable, human side of her” will be on display. “She’s motivated sadly, by these tragic circumstances,” she says.

Apparently, Sybil has abandonment issues after facing a long-term exile. “When people are motivated by that,” Kelley warns, “they are capable of some pretty dark things.”

She also explains why Sybil is so determined to kill Bonnie. Last week, Sybil could not get over the fact that both Damon and Enzo cared for Bonnie so deeply. Kelley says it’s “what triggers her about Damon’s love for Elena and everyone’s love for Bonnie. She can’t fathom that love because she’s never had it.”

But don’t mistake Sybil’s affection for Damon for something deeper. “Damon can serve her,” Kelley says. Indeed, the siren is not interested in a romantic relationship. Instead, Sybil prefers “to be worshipped,” Kelley says. “She wants a loyal servant, and as long as Damon is a loyal servant to her, she appreciates him and knows his value.”

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

[EW.com]



I have added 600 1080p screencaptures of The Vampire Diaries’ 8×02: “Today Will Be Different” to our photo archives;




Here’s the preview of The Vampire Diaries’ 8×04: “An Eternity of Misery” airing November 11th on The CW;

A SUPERNATURAL ORIGIN STORY — Tasked with finding a mysterious artifact, Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) latest mission takes him to Texas where a violent run-in with Peter Maxwell (guest star Joel Gretsch) leads to a surprising revelation. Meanwhile, after gaining the upper hand in their fight to save Damon and Enzo (Michael Malarkey), Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Alaric (Matt Davis) team up and uncover the origins of the mysterious force they’re up against. Finally, Matt (Zach Roerig) returns to the fray after his past and present collide in an unexpected way. Candice King also stars.



Nina Dobrev‘s next small-screen role will find her involved in a very different sort of triangle.

The Vampire Diaries star — whose character remains sound asleep in a supernatural coma — will guest-star in Season 7 of Comedy Central’s Workaholics, TVLine has confirmed, though no further details about her role are available.
Dobrev tweeted about being on set Wednesday:

As far as Dobrev’s future on TVD is concerned, CW president Mark Pedowitz in August told reporters that “discussions” have begun to have her return for the final season. “We’d love to have Nina back,” he added. “She was great for The CW. She was integral for The Vampire Diaries.”

On the big screen, you can catch Dobrev in Paramount’s xXx: Return of Xander Cage, opening in January, as well as Sony’s Flatliners, out in August.



BONNIE’S CHOICE — As Enzo (Michael Malarkey) continues to fight the control over him, Bonnie (Kat Graham) finds herself at the center of a deadly game and forced to make a heart wrenching decision involving two of the most important people in her life. At the Armory, Alaric (Matt Davis) researches a mysterious artifact that he hopes will help in their fight to get Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Enzo back. Finally, Damon’s downward spiral leads him to Tyler Lockwood (guest star Michael Trevino) who attempts to talk some sense into him before it’s too late. Paul Wesley and Candice King also star.

The Vampire Diaries’ 8×03: “You Decided I Was Worth Saving” airs November 4th on The CW!



The Vampire Diaries couldn’t have a final season without Tyler Lockwood — Matt’s best friend, Caroline’s ex, and of course, the show’s introduction to werewolves (and hybrids). And in the third episode of the show’s final season, Tyler won’t only be back, but he’s bringing some important information with him.

“Tyler’s return is pretty impactful because we’ve never really explored it on camera, but he’s been working for the Armory, as we learned when he took Elena’s body away,” TVD showrunner Julie Plec tells EW. “He’s the one that knew where Elena’s coffin was, he’s the one that brought Enzo into the fold against his will in the beginning. So he’s been off doing that.”

And because of Tyler’s involvement with the Armory, Plec says, “He’s remained firmly embedded in the supernatural universe, so he’s got information that our heroes don’t have, which is pretty key in the moment when it’s revealed. And there’s a great emotional component to his return that ties into all our characters as well.”

EW has the exclusive first look at Tyler’s return, which not only involves Damon, but also, some new facial hair.

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

[EW.com]



“The Vampire Diaries” is ending after eight seasons on The CW, and star Michael Malarkey promises it will revisit the vampire drama’s dark roots.

“What I love about this season is that it has thrown back a little to the original ‘Vampire Diaries,’ you know, that kind of edge and danger to it,” Malarkey (Enzo) told TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell. “For a while there, in the middle of the show, there was this kind of ‘oh, they died, but they’ll come back.’ We lost, kind of, that danger element.

“This season, we’re bringing that back in, and people are dying. There are some big deaths that are going to happen, and they’ll be final.”

The actor admits excitement was mixed with sadness and nostalgia when it came to filming the final episodes of the Julie Plec drama, which stars Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder.

“It’s bittersweet,” Malarkey said. “But we’re all sort of itching to go out and do other work. Some of the other guys who have been on the show for the entire run of eight seasons — whereas I started in Season 5 — I can only imagine doing one show for that long and how that must feel. But I think everyone’s savoring this last season, the moments and being together and also looking forward to the pastures coming up.”

Malarkey also gives fans plenty of reason to tune in to see how it all wraps up.

“It’s the end of an era,” he said. “It’s a big sendoff, a huge thank you to all the fans who’ve stuck with us for the past eight seasons. We’re bringing back some familiar faces, some epic deaths. There’s a lot of pageantry to it. We’re going to revisit some iconic moments from seasons past, and it’s going to be a pretty wild ride.”

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

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Here’s the official description for The Vampire Diaries’ 8×04: “An Eternity Of Misery” airing November 11th on The CW;

A SUPERNATURAL ORIGIN STORY — Tasked with finding a mysterious artifact, Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) latest mission takes him to Texas where a violent run-in with Peter Maxwell (guest star Joel Gretsch) leads to a surprising revelation. Meanwhile, after gaining the upper hand in their fight to save Damon and Enzo (Michael Malarkey), Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Alaric (Matt Davis) team up and uncover the origins of the mysterious force they’re up against. Finally, Matt (Zach Roerig) returns to the fray after his past and present collide in an unexpected way. Candice King also stars.



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