Oddest couple, really? Are Jeremy and Bonnie that strange of a pairing? E! seems to think so, because our little witch and her much-resuscitated boyfriend are up for this award. Bonnie and Jer may have raised a few eyebrows when the sparks started to fly, but oddest couple anywhere on television? Let us know what you think!
The Vampire Diaries is already racking up the Tater Top noms for Best Couple, Drama King, Drama Mama and Breakout Star, the vote is open until July 5th.
Another category of the E!Online Tater Top awards is open for voting, and The Vampire Diaries is nominated yet again. Damon and Elena are up for Best Couple on TV. Head on over to vote for them! And don’t forget, you can still vote for Vampire Diaries, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Michael Trevino and Candice Accola in the TV Drama, Drama Mama, Drama King, and Breakout Star categories.
Another E!Online Tater Top category opened, another nom for Vampire Diaries: Candice Accola and Michael Trevino are both up for TV Breakout Star of the Year. This was a big year for both Tyler and Caroline, so let’s show ‘em so love, yeah? And don’t forget you can still vote for Vampire Diaries, Nina Dobrev, and Ian Somerhalder in the TV Drama, Drama Mama, and Drama King categories.
On the heels of its epic showing in Entertainment Weekly’s Season Finale Awards, Vampire Diaries’ sophomore season is getting love from critics, too. We expect there will be lots more lists to come (if we’ve missed some, let us know in the comments). And don’t forget to chime in on your three favorite episodes in our Season 2 poll!
Television Without Pity puts As I Lay Dying on the “Best” list in their Season Finales 2011: The Best and Worst:
Best: The Vampire Diaries
While the finale wasn’t nearly as exciting as this season’s penultimate episode, this show still knows how to knock our socks off.
Ology lists The Sun Also Rises at #10 on their list of The 10 Best TV Episodes Ever (2011)!:
It’s interesting that the The Vampire Diaries decided to get its biggest challenge out of the way before the season finale. While the ultimate hour was an exploration of Damon’s potential death, “The Sun Also Rises” dealt with the resurgence of Klaus, the Sacrifice ritual, and who was going to die so that Elena could live… An hour shrouded in witchcraft and marked by death, but deeply rooted in family ties.
Clique Clack writers Chuck and Deb give props to Vampire Diaries in What was the best show of the season?:
Chuck: I’d have to say either Fringe or The Vampire Diaries (gosh, and Supernatural too). Both of them kept me wanting to see the next episode immediately, but I almost have to give the edge to TVD simply because each episode maintained the storyline/mythology from one episode to the next (i.e. no stand-alone episodes). For sheer, giddy entertainment from week to week, I’d have to say The Vampire Diaries.
TV Fanatic gives Season 2 an “A-” in their The Vampire Diaries Season Two Report Card:
The Vampire Diaries guarantees a wild, unexpected ride every week. No show shocks viewers as much and no show follows through as reliably on promises of game-changers and deaths. All that and the cast looks like this! Like Alaric’s bed without Jenna, my Thursday nights will feel empty until September.