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Nothing says “the weekend” like bloodsuckers getting romantically dramatic, you know what I mean? They totally get that over at The CW, where a pretty shocking schedule change just took place.
Television over the years has seen creepy crawlies ranging from zombies to werewolves to vampires, but there’s nothing like a witch to give us nightmares. There are plenty of ways for a witch to be terrifying, and not all of them involve cauldrons or broomsticks.
To lighten the mood, Nina Dobrev started out her speech with a joke, putting in the false vampire teeth you can buy cheaply at costume stores around Halloween. It’s goofy and cheesy, but it’s the perfect setup for the more heartfelt stuff that comes after.
With all of the success the franchise has seen, apparently all hope for another spinoff is not yet lost. This week, showrunner Julie Plec spoke out about the possibility for a third series based around the characters from The Vampire Diaries.
Since we know The Vampire Diaries will be coming back next season, there has been a lot of speculation regarding what next season will look like. Here’s what the CW’s Mark Pedowitz had to say about the prospect during today’s upfronts.
As part of the network upfronts, The CW has released its complete fall schedule, and the series seen on it are going to look very familiar to anyone who was watching this past season. With a few key changes, of course.
As shows age, actors and actresses begin to leave or, depending on the nature of the series, get their characters killed off. Apparently, The Vampire Diaries is no exception. This week, series lead Nina Dobrev announced she will be quitting the CW series.
In a show that is constantly reminding you to never get too comfortable with character placement, the CW’s The Vampire Diaries has a strong fanbase consistently rooting for the renewal of relationship that hasn’t seen much hope in the last few seasons. Here's the latest.
This week at the Television Critics Association Press tour, the CW has done something quite unprecedented: the network has already decided to renew eight TV shows for the 2015-2016 TV season. Go ahead and breathe in a sigh of relief.
From cancer to murder, fantasy dramas and crime dramas and more and more frequently killing off popular characters. I’d like to blame Game of Thrones’ first season for explaining to audiences that no character is really safe, but is it? Without further ado, here are 10 big deaths we expect to see in 2015.
San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off a week from today, so the timing is perfect for Warner Bros. to unveil the designs for the collectible bags, which will be handed out to all registered attendees when they arrive to pick up their SDCC badges.
Following CBS' Fall TV premiere schedule, the CW has released their own plans for new and returning programming this fall. It looks like they'll be getting things going during early October, starting with The Vampire Diaries, Reign and TVD-spinoff The Originals.
Of the five major TV networks, the CW is the last to do its upfront presentation. The 2014-2015 was announced this morning, and as we hoped, The Flash is on the line-up, along with new drama Jane the Virgin and returning favorites The Vampire Diaries, Arrow and The 100. Zombie drama iZombie and sci-fi series The Messengers will air in 2015.
The CW's gearing up for the big finish for their current season, and in addition to announcing the season finale dates for shows like The Vampire Diaries, Arrow, Supernatural and Star-Crossed, they've also set a premiere date for their airing of the miniseries Labyrinth, which is set to air over two nights, starting May 22.
The CW has passed along some good news for some of their current series, including freshman dramas The Originals and Reign. Both were among the series given early renewals ahead of this Spring's up fronts. Arrow, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries also made the cut.