KSiteTV has our first look at The Vampire Diaries’ February 21st episode, Stand By Me (EP415). Click the image below to see the full set at KSiteTV.
Oh, hey, it’s Friday, and that means it’s time for a webclip! Feast your eyes upon this sneak peek from next week’s episode, Into the Wild (EP413).
Courtesy of Chris Mollere, Vampire Diaries’ music supervisor – follow him on Twitter!
Songs listed in order of appearance.
Well, in addition to a few new stills from A View to a Kill (EP412), tomorrow night’s all-new episode of The Vampire Diaries, KSiteTV also has a peek at stills for the next two episodes. Click the images below to view their respective galleries and beware spoilers!
Stills for Into the Wild (EP413), airing Thursday, February 7th:
And Down the Rabbit Hole (EP414), airing Thursday, February 14th:
Need a fix to last you through next week’s new episode? The CW has uploaded a webclip for A View To A Kill (EP412) featuring some good old-fashioned Original sibling squabbling. Enjoy!
TV Overmind has our first peek at stills from A View To A Kill (EP412), airing Thursday, January 31st. Check out the image below and then head over to TV Overmind to see the rest.
It’s Vampire Diaries Bite time and this week TV Guide‘s listing off 5 Reasons Why Klaus Isn’t Any Worse Than Stefan or Damon:
Klaus is just really, really lonely Because his own parents viewed him as an abomination, Klaus never felt worthy of affection. That’s why he isolates himself from those around him with violence and a false display of apathy — but that doesn’t mean Klaus is at all happy about it.
After Stefan insulted Klaus for keeping victims’ letters to memorialize them, the Original pointed out that Stefan wrote his victims’ names on walls. According to Klaus, this wasn’t a celebration of the deaths, but simply a “reminder that in the end, we’re left infinitely and utterly alone.”
Agree? Disagree? Head over to TV Guide to read the rest of their reasons and then check out the Bite below.
Huffington Post TV has an exclusive new webclip for tomorrow night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, Catch Me If You Can (EP411). Watch Jeremy and Damon get their hunter on below:
The Vampire Diaries returns tonight with all-new episodes and the goodies keep rolling out. KSiteTV has a look at next week’s episode, Catch Me If You Can (EP411), airing Thursday, January 24th. Click on the image below to see more at KSiteTV.
The CW has released the official synopsis for The Vampire Diaries: Into the Wild (EP413), airing Thursday, February 7th. Highlight for spoilers:
MYSTERIOUS ISLAND — Shane (guest star David Alpay) leads an expedition to a desolate island off the coast of Nova Scotia, where he believes the secret of the cure lies hidden. On the trek to the island’s interior, Rebekah (Claire Holt) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) continue their bitter rivalry, Stefan (Paul Wesley) does his best to keep the peace, and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) accuses Shane of leading them into a trap. Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) try to figure out the message of the Hunter’s mark, while Shane reveals more of the legend of Silas and the witch Qetsiyah, along with his own personal history. Back in Mystic Falls, Tyler (Michael Trevino) confronts Klaus (Joseph Morgan), and Caroline (Candice Accola) is caught up in the violence that follows.
The episode was directed by Michael Allowitz and written by Caroline Dries.