The CW has released a webclip featuring Bonnie and Jeremy. Death and the Maiden (EP507) airs Thursday at 8/7c.
Here’s a sneak peek at next week’s Handle with Care (EP506), in which Silas has some decidedly out-of-date ideas about gender roles. Which makes sense, really, given how old he is.
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed a new exclusive webclip for Thursday’s new episode of The Vampire Diaries, For Whom the Bell Tolls (EP504). It features Matt talking to Jeremy about his mysterious blackouts . . .
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.
And here we have yet another webclip from tonight’s brand-new episode of The Vampire Diaries, True Lies (EP502). Bonnie is concerned.
Thanks to TV Line, we get to see what may be one of the best Vampire Diaries webclips ever, featuring Katherine, Jeremy and Matt. We feel your pain, Katherine. True Lies (EP502) airs this Thursday at 8/7c. Click the image below to watch the video at TV Line.
Update: The CW has now released this clip on YouTube:
ET Online caught up with Steven R. McQueen to talk about the upcoming season of The Vampire Diaries, particularly how Jeremy will deal with his return from death, his guilt about Bonnie, his different relationship dynamic with Damon, and how he’ll be dealing with Katherine. (Remember: She’s responsible for getting him killed.)
ETonline: If Jeremy is feeling guilty for Bonnie’s death, how angry is he with Katherine for triggering this series of events?
McQueen: I have some scenes coming up with Katherine. I can’t say what happens, but imagine things from her perspective: she’s this vampire that’s hundreds of years old, insanely strong, insanely fast, who can really get away with doing these sh*tty things because there were no consequences. Now we see her, at the beginning of this season, at a place of weakness: she’s human, she’s vulnerable and she’s pissed off.
Are we being spoiled by the CW, or just mercilessly taunted with new episodes only a few days away? Either way, TVGuide.com has a second webclip from The Vampire Diaries Season 5 premiere, I Know What You Did Last Summer, with Bonnie and Jeremy somewhat heartbreakingly keeping up Bonnie’s charade.
TV Fanatic caught up with Steven R. McQueen and Charles Michael Davis – on the sets of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals respectively – and they each had plenty to say about the impending seasons of their shows. First up, McQueen talks Jeremy’s unusual circumstances:
In whose home will the character be residing? What will be his reaction to Damon dating Elena? How will he deal with a ghost of a girlfriend?
What kind of relationship does Marcel have with Klaus? What sort of challenges lie ahead for these supernatural powers? Does the character share a history with Rebekah? And what about those late-night dance parties on set?!?