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Posted by | January 6, 2010, 23:14 (EST) | 5 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesWell, we tried to be spoiler-free on Twitter, but that went out the window once the cast and production team started tweeting their thanks – sorry, West coasters! In case you’re not on Twitter (le gasp!), everyone will be happy to know that you voted Vampires Diaries Favorite New TV Drama in the 2010 People’s Choice Awards. Nice job! The award was presented by Greg Grunberg (Heroes) and Kathryn Morris of Cold Case, who added a nice personal touch to proceedings as a lot of Vampires Diaries‘ crew used to work on Cold Case. They accepted the award on behalf of Vampire Diaries since, as you all know, cast and crew are back filming new episodes in Atlanta.

TVD cast and crew had this to say on Twitter:

Marcos Siega:

Wow! Congrats to all my Vampire Diaries family! And thanks Kathryn for the shout out!

Julie Plec:

holy shit, we won??? Wow. And to think I only voted 243 times. Thanks, everyone! Way to mobilize.

I’m still in awe that a show w 25% of the competitions’ viewers can win. Really does show the power of fandom (and the TVD Twitterverse)!

Rob Pralgo:

Congrats to friends, fans, cast and crew of ‘People’s Choice Award Winner” ‘THE VAMPIRE DIARIES!!!

Ian Somerhalder:

Thank you everyone for the People’s Choice Award!!!! Very very very cool

Michael Trevino:

Thank you soooooo much to all the fans who voted for us.. Love you guys… THE VAMPIRE DIARIES WON BEST NEW TV DRAMA!!!! #peopleschoice

Nina Dobrev:

@ dinner w/ @iansomerhalder and Paul – we just heard the news- THANK YOU TO THE FANS FOR VOTING! We <3+appreciate u more than you know!!!!!!

Going to bed now bc I have to wakeup at 5am to start shooting so u guys can get your TVD fix! :) the people (you) voted, we won, THANK YOU!!

And from all of us thank you to our incredibly hard working crew,talented cast, amazing writing team @julieplec @kevwilliamson etc! U rock!

Daphne (Production Assistant):

Thank you for voting for us, people!! we at The Vampire Diaries love you!

UPDATE: Kevin Williamson:

Best New Drama! People’s Choice Award! Thanks for all the votes people!!!

And Congrats to an amazing cast and crew in Atlanta and Hollywood! You guys are amazing!!!

UPDATE: Katerina Graham:

I just found out we won the people’s choice award!!! Thank you to the fans, you did it!!! Congrads to you guys and the rest of the tvd fam!

UPDATE: Paul M. Sommers, Director of Photography:

Thanks everyone for voting. Thanks to KM for the shout out. Congrats to the Vamp family

And remember that Hollywood Style “Hottest Couple” award Paul and Nina won back in October? Tonight’s People’s Choice Awards broadcast aired a (super, super-brief) “thank you” video with Paul and Nina.

If you can manage to work around the carpal tunnel, pat yourself on the back, fandom!

Posted by | January 6, 2010, 10:48 (EST) | 6 Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

Just a reminder that the People’s Choice Awards 2010 airs tonight, January 6th, at 9/8c on CBS. The Vampire Diaries is up for two awards – Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show and Favorite New TV Drama. Tune in tonight and see if your hard work paid off!

Posted by | January 3, 2010, 20:49 (EST) | No Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesIESB has posted a chat with Katerina Graham that touches on everything from working with Jasmine Guy to what’s in store in upcoming episodes of The Vampire Diaries:

IESB: Will the show continue with the same pace, giving big reveals in almost every episode?

Katerina: We’ve always had cliff-hangers. It’s always been like, “Oh, my gosh, what’s going to happen next?” There’s always something we leave the audience with to leave them hanging, so that they have to see what happens next. That’s the style of the show, and that’s the way it happens in Mystic Falls. It’s just one thing after another, after another. Just when you think something can’t happen, it happens. You just have to watch. I’m really excited for the new stuff to come out because I know that there’s going to be some doozies.

Read the entire interview at

We tweeted this a few days ago, but Extra names Paul Wesley one of 2009′s Breakout Stars.

And here’s a new year reminder that The Vampire Diaries Hot Topic Cast Tour is ready to roll on January 23rd in Atlanta, Georgia, with stops in Paramus, New Jersey and Los Angeles, California to follow shortly thereafter. Visit the official page over at for more information on how you can catch the cast and score one of Hot Topic’s new Vampire Diaries tees.

Finally, The Televixen has posted her very first Vampire Diaries podcast, which I was happy to be part of. It clocks in at nearly two hours due to touching on every single episode so far, lots of tangents, and Melissa and Connie giving me Alaric hell – but what’re ya gonna do? It is appropriately titled Operation Suspenders. (I don’t think I need to explain where the title came from.)

Posted by | January 1, 2010, 10:19 (EST) | 10 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesHappy 2010, everyone! A new year means new Vampire Diaries episodes right around the corner – Thursday, January 21st, to be exact. As we eagerly await Bloodlines (and the slew of new faces), we thought we’d highlight our favorite Vampire Diaries TV recappers – the smart, the witty, and the comprehensive (meaning they don’t hold back on a good fan!squee or pull their punches when they’re dissatisfied). If you’re not regularly reading these recaps, you’re missing out on some insightful TVDtv commentary. Get familiar and get following before Vampire Diaries returns with all-new episodes.

This is by no means meant to be a comprehensive list – there are a lot of recaps out there. Have a favorite? Let everyone know in the comments.

Spoilers ahoy!


Posted by | December 31, 2009, 0:13 (EST) | 5 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesTonight on The CW: an encore of the Lexi-ful 162 Candles, 8/7c. That’s important on its own, sure, but it gets better – tonight marks the countdown of weeks (not months) until the return of The Vampire Diaries with brand-spankin’ new episodage. (Yeah, I just made that word up.) In three weeks, we will all officially be off the Stefan Diet (aka Evil Hiatus – thanks, @CW_VampDiaries) and back on the hard stuff. So go stare at those Bloodlines episode stills again and dream for a better tomorrow…in three weeks. YOU CAN DO IT.

Posted by | December 30, 2009, 17:26 (EST) | 3 Comments
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We’ve got a lot to catch up on, so let’s get started, shall we? First up, a new Vampire Diaries mini-teaser promo spliced from the Next Chapter promo.

Thanks to Kimberlee for the heads up on this pre-Christmas tidbit from Television Without Pity – Year in Review 2009: TV’s Most Valuable Performers. The list includes such fan favorites Misha Collins (Castiel) from Supernatural, Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester) from Glee, John Lithgow (Arthur Mitchell) from Dexter, and a little someone named Ian Somerhalder.

Ian Somerhalder: TWoP's Most Valuable Players

Wow, that was only about 20% snarky – rather restrained for TWoP.

The Vampire Diaries rates an A- in TV Guide’s New TV Report Card:

The Vampire Diaries (The CW)
The Good: Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) are a hot couple. Stefan’s acerbic brother, Damon (Lost‘s Ian Somerhalder), is refreshing in the face of all this lurve.
The Bad: There have been a lot of revelations already. What’s left?
Grade: A-

Candice Accola will chat with Artists On Demand (via Blog Talk Radio) on Monday, January 18th at 7pm ET/4pm PT:

Candice Accola, from the hit vampire TV Show “Vampire Diaries” joins us to talk about her role on the show, her history in the business, and a few of her upcoming movies, “Kingshighway” and “The Truth About Angels”.

And thanks to everyone who sent us the link to this Female First interview with Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley during their recent promo trip to London. They talk about the usual – working in Atlanta, the success of the show, and their thoughts on Stefan and Elena.

FemaleFirst: So, Paul, do you find it hard to play a vampire as they’re such conflicted characters?

Paul: It’s certainly challenging to make any character complex and interesting but when I read the script, I sort of fell into Stefan and related to him and I have no idea why. I could sit here and psychologically analyse myself, and I probably have and come with reasons why I relate to him but in an abridged version I think there are a lot of similarities between Stefan and myself. So, there’s difficulty in that, but what we do is difficult and that’s why I do it, I need challenge in what I’m doing.

FF: Nina, you’ve acted in both this and a television film called Never Cry Werewolf, so do you like playing supernatural parts?

Nina: I love the show and I love that it has all these supernatural abilities and the vampires and the witches and the effects and it’s really cool and it’s really fun to do and I do like it. Never Cry Werewolf was a film that I did years ago for the Sci-Fi network and it was a lot of fun too, it’s all about enjoying what you do at the time you’re doing it. I don’t want to just play that [fantasy characters] though.

Posted by | December 30, 2009, 14:16 (EST) | 4 Comments
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As we blogged a few weeks ago, the January 2010 issue of InStyle (Whitney Houston on the cover) features Vampire Diaries stars Nina Dobrev, Kayla Ewell, Candice Accola, and Katerina Graham in a make-up piece. Many thanks to Jamie M for the scans! Click the images below to see bigger versions in the Gallery.


And don’t forget to keep an eye out for the February issue of NYLON, which will feature Nina, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder on the cover (per Nina’s Twitter).

Posted by | December 23, 2009, 2:14 (EST) | 4 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesFor those wanting clarification on who exactly Brandon Quinn will be playing in the next episode of Vampire Diaries (January 21st), Michael Ausiello has this tidbit via Kevin Williamson (highlight for spoilers):

Question: Got any scoop on who Brandon Quinn is playing in Vampire Diaries‘ Jan. 21 episode? –Seth
Ausiello: According to Diaries boss Kevin Williamson, “He’s a vengeful guy with a score to settle with Damon.”

Thanks to VDO for the heads up that the audio from the London Apple store appearance (with Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev, and Ian Somerhalder) is now available on iTunes for your listening pleasure. Not that you haven’t already watched the videos five million times, but we understand the need for completion.

Posted by | December 19, 2009, 11:29 (EST) | 2 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesStarryMag has added a conversation with Michael Trevino to their collection of Vampire Diaries cast interviews. He talks about the differences between working/living in Atlanta versus his native Los Angeles, the inspiration and challenges behind playing Tyler Lockwood, Tyler’s relationship with his parents, shooting nights, and why he thinks The Vampire Diaries is so popular. (He also pleads the fifth. You’ll have to read the interview to find out why.)

Q. What do you think it is about the show “The Vampire Diaries” that continues to garner so many viewers?

A. It’s that we’re on the CW network, but we’re still very dark and we do have this Sci-Fi element and we live in Mystic Falls that has this crazy mythology about the town, but also these characters are rooted very deeply, they are real characters. Even though we have some that might be vampires and some that are witches, they don’t act like vampires or witches to a certain extent. They are still just regular people that have these dark secrets or they’re kind of just getting to know their character. I think that fans gravitate towards that, they like to identify with each one of us in some way or another, and that’s what brings them in.

Read the entire interview over at StarryMag.

Posted by | December 18, 2009, 2:59 (EST) | 11 Comments
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The Vampire Diaries TV SeriesThe NY Post throws down the gauntlet and ticks off five reasons why Vampire Diaries is better than Twilight, citing legacy, violence, sex, a strong, independent female lead, and how Vampire Diaries is the under-dog:

“The vampires, while pretty, are still sort of vicious,” explained Lindsay Soll, editor of MTV’s Hollywood Crush blog. “When they’re hungry and about to feed, their fangs come out — they don’t even have fangs in ‘Twilight’ — and their veins stick out. They’re not afraid to make pretty people ugly.”

They’re also not afraid to make pretty people die.

Speaking of the NY Post, PopWrap name-checks Vampire Diaries as one of the 10 Best Shows of 2009:

9. “The Vampire Diaries”
Scoff if you must, but “Vampire Diaries” haters are synonymous with the uninitiated. To know this show is to love it, and to write it off as a “Twilight” knock-off is a huge mistake. If Edward or Bella ever said anything as astute or acerbic as Stefan or Elena, I would die of shock. And with Damon, Ian Somerhalder has breathed dead life [into] one of the most devious, diabolical and delicious villains in decades. Scenes (and costumes) like this one don’t hurt either.

In case you missed our tweet yesterday: The song used in the “Chapter” promo is “Losing You” by Otto’s Daughter.

We’d also like to reiterate that the Bloodlines episode synopsis currently up on IMDb is completely fake – just in case “Mistic” Falls didn’t tip you off.

And finally, a good bit of news for TVD fans in the Netherlands: Vampire Diaries makes its official debut on January 31st at 9:30pm, NET 5.

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