The CW has released the official synopsis for The End of the Affair (EP303), which will air Thursday, September 29th. Check out the Episode Index or highlight below for spoilers:
THE ROARING TWENTIES — Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) arrive in Chicago, where Stefan is reunited with a vampire (guest star Claire Holt, “Pretty Little Liars”) who hasn’t really moved on from her interest in him decades earlier. In a flashback to Chicago in the 1920s, Stefan comes face-to-face with a shocking chapter from his wild past. After Damon (Ian Somerhalder) gets a tip on Stefan and Klaus’ whereabouts from an unexpected source, he and Elena (Nina Dobrev) follow their trail. Back in Mystic Falls, Tyler is concerned about Caroline and turns to Sheriff Forbes (guest star Marguerite MacIntyre) for help.
This episode marks the first appearance of guest star Claire Holt. The episode was directed by Chris Grismer and written by Caroline Dries.
We’re not going to lie, fandom. We’d been a little underwhelmed by the promo so far for Vampire Diaries Season 3. Something was missing – that special bite. Well, it seems the CW had an ace up their sleeve and TV Line has the exclusive first look at the key art for Season 3. And it’s so good.
The set of four posters – featuring Nina, Paul, Ian, and Joseph – are dark, bloody, and hot as all hell. Check out the Nina poster below and see the full set over at TV Line.
UPDATE: Added all of the images to the Gallery. Click the photos below to view much larger versions, courtesy of the CW.
Just a post to say we’ve added HQ, watermark-free versions of all the Season 3 cast promotional photos released so far to the Gallery.
TV Guide‘s Robyn Ross has an exclusive sneak peek at The Hybrid, the second episode of Vampire Diaries Season 3.
In this exclusive photo from the second episode (Thursday, Sept. 22, 8/7c) of the new season, titled “The Hybrid,” Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) continues to be haunted by his dead-dead vampire ex-girlfriends Vicki (Kayla Ewell) and Anna (Malese Jow).
If you’re a dedicated user of GetGlue, the social media service that helps you discover new media via your current “likes” in TV, film, books, and music, you know that stickers for CW shows have been disappointingly absent from the site…until now.
Rejoice, GetGlue devotees, for the service has finally teamed up with the CW to showcase the network’s new and returning shows – including The Vampire Diaries.
Starting Tuesday, September 13 at 8/7c, you can see beloved shows from The CW return–and you can get hooked on new offerings like Ringer, The Secret Circle, Hart of Dixie, and H8R. Check-in now for limited-time stickers, and watch the premieres for more drama (and more stickers).
And if you’re completely lost, wondering what on earth we’re talking about with this “GetGlue” and “stickers” business, read the short version here and head on over to their FAQ page and brush up on the details. It’s a cool service that you can access from both the web and a mobile app. Once you create an account, we recommend stepping through the FAQ step by step to get the hang of things.
We’ll keep you posted as new stickers become available, so stay tuned.
The Insider‘s Jarett Wieselman has our first peek at Joseph Morgan’s Vampire Diaries Season 3 promo portrait. Head over to The Insider to see the full photo.
UPDATE: Added full photo.
Rocking an extremely slick suit, the Brit looks every inch the ravishing ravager who turned Mystic Falls upside down in season two, turning both the actor and the character into indispensable fan favorites!
Speaking of Mr. Wieselman, give him a follow on Twitter: @JarettSays.
IT’S SEPTEMBER! Finally! This means that we get new episodes of The Vampire Diaries in just TWO WEEKS. We’re so close! Tonight, continue refreshing your memory with the CW’s repeat of The Sun Also Rises.
Episode refresher course:
- Reaction post & poll
- Complete songlist
- Discuss the episode
- Crissy Calhoun’s recap: Hope Dies Last
Miss a post this week?
- Official Synopsis for The Hybrid (EP302)
- Cover for Stefan’s Diaries #4: The Ripper Revealed
- New Promo Shots of Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev & Paul Wesley at EW
- Happy Release Day! The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Second Season DVD/Blu-Ray Out Now
- Dragon*Con Guest List Clarification
- See Nina’s Fall Photo Shoot for Nylon
- E!Online on Anna & Vicki in Season 3 + German Interview with Kayla Ewell
- Vampire Diaries Season 2: More Info on Target Exclusive Bonus Disc
- Final TWoP Tubey Award Voting: Best Death Scene, Favorite Character & More
- Friday Night Bites, August 20-26: Photos, Earthquake Tweets & Candice Accola’s Favorite Vampire
- Review – The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Second Season DVD
- Official Synopsis for The Birthday (EP301 – Season Premiere)
- CW Red Carpet Interview with Kat Graham
- Kevin Williamson Drops More Season 3 Tidbits + New Episode Still from The Birthday (EP301)
The CW has confirmed the title and released the official synopsis for The Hybrid, the second episode of The Vampire Diaries Season 3. The episode airs Thursday, September 22 at 8/7c. Highlight for spoilers:
THE NEW ORDER — Klaus (Joseph Morgan) puts a plan in motion that will give him even more power, but even with the unwilling participation of werewolf Ray Sutton (guest star David Gallagher), things don’t go exactly as Klaus had planned. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Alaric (Matt Davis) reluctantly go along with Elena’s (Nina Dobrev) new strategy to find Stefan (Paul Wesley), leading Damon into a dangerous fight with an unexpected enemy. Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) turns to Matt (Zach Roerig) for help as he continues to try to understand what the ghosts from his past want from him. Unaware that Caroline (Candice Accola) is in need of his help, Tyler (Michael Trevino) faces an emotional confrontation with his mother (guest star Susan Walters).
The episode was directed by Josh Butler and written by Al Septien and Turi Meyer.
The Vampire Diaries Season 3 premieres Thursday, September 15th!
The CW has released the official episode synopsis for The Birthday, the Season 3 premiere of The Vampire Diaries. The show returns Thursday, September 15th! (That’s three weeks, people! Can you believe it?) Highlight for spoilers:
IT’S MY PARTY — On the morning of Elena’s (Nina Dobrev) 18th birthday, Caroline (Candice Accola) is busy planning a party, but Elena is focused on searching for any clues that might help her discover where Stefan (Paul Wesley) is. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) is also searching for Stefan, while trying to protect Elena and keep her from doing anything that would draw Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) attention. Meanwhile, Klaus and Stefan are busy trailing a werewolf named Ray Sutton (guest star David Gallagher, “Super 8”). Now working at the Mystic Grill along with Matt (Zach Roerig), Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) is struggling to understand why he keeps seeing the ghosts of Vicki (guest star Kayla Ewell) and Anna (guest star Malese Jow) since he was brought back to life by Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) magic. Meanwhile, Alaric (Matt Davis) does his best to watch over Elena and Jeremy, while dealing with his grief over Jenna’s death. Finally, Caroline and Tyler (Michael Trevino) face a new and unexpected challenge.
The episode was directed by John Behring and written by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec.
The CW has posted a brief interview with Kat Graham, filmed on the CW/Showtime/CBS TCA party red carpet earlier this month.