TV Guide has the first look at Thursday night’s TVD Season 5 finale. Damon and Bonnie are having a nice, friendly, calm discussion…okay, who am I kidding?! Calm is in really short supply with Damon Salvatore right now.
Another webclip from Resident Evil (EP518). This one features Bonnie and Jeremy. Just a few more days to wait!
Time for some witchy bonding time with this clip of Bonnie and Liv from Thursday’s new episode of The Vampire Diaries, While You Were Sleeping (EP516).
Here’s two new webclips from tomorrow night’s 100th episode, 500 Years of Solitude (EP511). Katherine has priorities and Caroline laments her lack of scandalous sex. Enjoy!
The CW has released a webclip for the 100th episode of The Vampire Diaries, 500 Years of Solitude (EP511), which will air on Thursday, January 23rd.
The CW has released a webclip featuring Bonnie and Jeremy. Death and the Maiden (EP507) airs Thursday at 8/7c.
We’re all wondering: How long can Bonnie’s death stay secret? TV Guide spoke with Kat Graham about this and other matters, including Bonnie’s evolving relationship with Jeremy:
“They continue to evolve and grow, and it’s exciting because Bonnie has never had that before. So, it’s new territory for her. She’s always been about her magic and her girlfriends and saving the town. So, for her to have these moments with Jeremy are really special.” And what about a ghostly kiss? “I can’t say, but it seems like a natural progression,” she says. “Although who knows how they’ll do it now that I’m dead.”
Yeah, being dead sort of puts a few obstacles in the way of romance. Kat also talks about Bonnie’s connection with new character Tessa.
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.”
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.