Courtesy of Chris Mollere, The Vampire Diaries’ music supervisor – follow him on Twitter!
Songs listed in order of appearance.
|The Rival “Say Now”|
|Paper Route “Better Life”|
|Ferras “Don’t Give Up”|
|Ellie Goulding “Burn”|
|Tyrone Wells “This Moment Now”|
|Plumb “Don’t Deserve You”|
Zap2It has an exclusive – and amazing! – first peek at the October 22nd episode of The Originals, Girl in New Orleans (EP104).
Looks like two certain characters are going to meet for the first time and, well… Guys, you wanna see this. Trust us.
Here’s our first look at next week’s Vampire Diaries episode: Original Sin (EP503). The episode will air on Thursday, October 17th at 8/7c.
Another interview with Kat Graham, this time from KTLA.
Over at The Hollywood Reporter, Kat Graham talks about Bonnie’s otherworldly dilemma, and why she’s keeping it to herself.
“There is definitely going to be some fighting,” Kat Graham, who plays Bonnie, tells The Hollywood Reporter. “If she does tell anyone about it, it makes it real, which I think she was always trying to avoid.”
In this week’s Vampire Diaries Bite from TV Guide, we learn a little about Dr. Wesley Maxfield, who will be joining a long-established club of TVD teachers who are a lot more complicated than they seem.
“He can be a jerk,” Cosnett told TVGuide.com about his character during our visit to the show’s set. “There’s a side to him that will be revealed which is not as nice as we’d all like.”
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Damon’s on a mission to work out what’s going on with Stefan, while Caroline and Elena are busy investigating murder and discovering that Whitmore College isn’t all that different from Mystic Falls. Jeremy and Bonnie are at odds over the whole ghost thing, and Katherine is discovering the disgusting side of being human. Stock up on tissues (for once, not for gross sobbing).
REMINDER: If you watch the CW on New York’s PIX 11, there’s some silly sportsball thing going on that they think is more important than The Vampire Diaries. Tune in on Sunday, October 13th at 8/7c to see the episode then.
Once you’ve seen the episode and shaken yourself back to reality, swing by here to rate the new episode of The Vampire Diaries. All discussion about the episode is welcomed and encouraged in the comments of this post.
Quick guide to the poll: 5 Points = LOVE, 1 Point = MEH.
This just in: According to Deadline, the CW has ordered three more scripts for The Originals, as well as its other new dramas Reign and The Tomorrow People. Wondering what that means? Deadline explains:
Script orders are a vote of confidence by a network but don’t guarantee a follow-up episodic pickup and are often done when a show is solid and/or liked by the network brass but has not blown up in a big way to warrant a straight Back 9 order. Last fall, the CW had one such break-out hit with Arrow, which received a full-season order. The network gave its other two new shows, Beauty And The Beast and Emily Owens, MD, orders for three additional scripts each. Of the two series one, Beauty And The Beast, went to receive a full-season order while the other, Emily Owens, MD, was cancelled.
So this is a good sign, but make sure you keep watching and telling your friends about the show so we can ensure a full season pickup!
We just had a new episode of The Originals two days ago, and we’re already getting another vampire fix with The Vampire Diaries! True Lies (EP502) premieres tonight on the CW at 8/7c. And if you missed this week’s new episode of The Originals, House of the Rising Son (EP102), it’s rerunning right after The Vampire Diaries tonight at 9/8c. As we mentioned last week, we’re now getting our photo captions from YOU, and this week’s is from Twitter user @JZefler. Check out the CAPTION THIS section below to find out how to submit your idea for next episode’s caption!
ALERT: Unfortunately, if you watch the CW on New York’s PIX 11, regular programming is being preempted in favor of football tonight. Tune in on Sunday, October 13th at 8/7c to see the episode then.
(Looking for the list of posts from the week? You’ll now find it every Friday in the Friday Night Bites post.)
Prepare Yourself for True Lies:
- Read the synopsis
- See the episode stills
- Watch the short promo
- Watch the extended promo
- Watch the webclip
- Watch another webclip
We’re trying something new this season! Instead of saving the captioned stills for encore airings, we want YOU to give us witty captions for this still from next week’s new episode of The Vampire Diaries. Leave your captions in the comments or tweet them to @tvdnews and we’ll pick our favorites to feature in the TONIGHT posts.
Things have not exactly been easy on Bonnie Bennett for the past few years, and now she’s also dead on top of everything else. Kat Graham spoke with Zap2it about her reaction to Bonnie’s death and what’s to come:
“I didn’t know what was happening. Every character has died a few times on the show and the last time I died on the show they brought me back after the commercial break. So I just kept reading, and I was still dead so I thought, ‘Well they’ll just bring me back in the next episode.’ And then when that didn’t happen either, I realized that for the first time my character was about to go through a whole new arc that I hadn’t expected. I was excited because I could explore new things with the character that I never thought I’d be able to explore. I don’t know how many times I’m going to be playing a dead witch after this show, you know what I mean?”
And at TV Fanatic, Kat discusses when the other characters will find out what’s going on with Bonnie:
“I can’t say if that happens tonight, and I can’t even say if she’s part of the decision, but it leads to a conflict with Jeremy,” the actress teased. “He’s always been this amazing support system and if he stops supporting her desire to keep her death a secret, there will be major problems.”
And over at Alloy Entertainment, Kat considered how she would react in Bonnie’s situation:
Alloy Entertainment: Do you personally agree with Bonnie’s decision to keep her friends in the dark?
Kat Graham: She’s much more selfless than I am. I personally would have made sure everyone knew I was dead. I would have had a parade, a day dedicated to me and a Bonnie Bennett avenue. (laughs) You know what I mean? I’m very narcissistic that way, but when you’re trying to protect your friends it makes sense. I think though that there is a bit more of a selfish objective that people are not recognizing. This is someone who is used to being able to fix problems and now she can’t do that anymore, particularly her own unfortunate situation. So, she’s going to try to cover it up as long as she can to be honest.
And here we have yet another webclip from tonight’s brand-new episode of The Vampire Diaries, True Lies (EP502). Bonnie is concerned.