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Posted by | February 1, 2012, 22:05 (EST) | No Comments
Category: The Vampire Diaries TV

Bid On Signed The Vampire Diaries: Bringing Out The Dead (EP313) Script For Charity!Are you ready for the return of The Vampire Diaries this Thursday? Feel like celebrating by supporting an awesome cause and possibly getting your hands on a unique piece of TVD memorabilia?

This week’s episode, Bringing Out The Dead (EP313), was penned by Al Septien and Turi Meyer and they’ve donated a signed script to an eBay auction raising funds for Thomas Starr King Middle School, a public school based in Los Angeles. The script is signed by Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder, Zach Roerig, Candice Accola, Matt Davis, Kat Graham, Joseph Morgan, Persia White…and others. (Watch tomorrow night!) You can also bid on a Season 2 cast and crew hoodie!

From the school’s website:

SCHOOL VISION
We envision a school in which all students will be equipped with meaningful life tools, such as skills in literacy; critical thinking; basic academics; technology; the appreciation of art; democratic values of acceptance, participation and accountability, and the ability to work with a variety of people from diverse backgrounds.

 

Now is the time for TVD fandom to rally and do what it does best: Support a worthy cause. ALL proceeds from the auction go to helping Thomas Starr King Middle School continue its mission of providing a quality education for its students. That’s an amazing thing for the fandom to be a part of, don’t you think? Please spread the word through Twitter, Facebook, your blog – everywhere!

GO! Head over to eBay and let those bids fly: SIGNED SCRIPT AUCTION & SEASON 2 CAST AND CREW HOODIE AUCTION. Auction ends on Monday, February 6th!

Posted by | December 16, 2011, 9:24 (EST) | 18 Comments
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Julie Plec's Favorite Cry-Worthy Vampire Diaries Moments + More Best of 2011If you’ve ever been moved to tears by The Vampire Diaries, take comfort in the fact that you’re not alone: Executive Producer Julie Plec picks her eight favorite TVD “cry” moments for Entertainment Weekly‘s 2011 round-up, and chances are at least one of your picks is also on her list. (We know quite a few of them have been mentioned in recappers’ Top 3 Moments.) Julie not only talks about the moments themselves but gives insight into how some of them came to be, the themes at work within the overall story of The Vampire Diaries, and why she cries every time she hears Birdy’s “Skinny Love.”

I think that our most successful emotional moments on the show — I go back and look at Rose’s death, when Damon has to put her out of her misery — they’re all very human, real moments. It’s a guy who just needs to hear the voice of his touchstone, of the love of his life, to let him have a better day. It’s about a girl wanting to be reunited with her mother who she was lost from. It’s about a woman admitting at first she’s afraid, but then that she’s okay to die, and a guy who has intimacy issues being willing to end it for her so she can have peace. It’s all rooted in very simple and very primal human emotional instincts, which I think is why it strikes people in their gut a little.

READ THE ENTIRE LIST AT ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY.

And more Best of 2011 goodness!

 

Posted by | October 13, 2011, 9:40 (EST) | 50 Comments
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XXHere’s some exciting news, especially for those of us who are still trying to get all our friends hooked on The Vampire Diaries: Netflix has entered into a four-year licensing deal with the CW. The wording is a little unclear, but we think this means that seasons one and two of The Vampire Diaries will be available for instant streaming in the U.S. starting THIS SATURDAY, October 15. Season three will be available on Netflix streaming in Fall 2012. This deal will give the show an awesome new level of exposure and availability for Netflix members who have streaming-only plans, and make it much easier for new fans to catch up and watch live next season. And if you’re trying to catch up on other CW shows, they’ll be available soon as well.

So clear your calendars and call all your skeptical friends – S1 & S2 marathon parties can start this weekend, and if you skip a couple days of work, everyone you know can be caught up before next Thursday.

READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE AT DEADLINE.

Posted by | September 15, 2011, 16:53 (EST) | 3 Comments
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To get you through the last hour or so until the season three premiere, the CW has posted a new video on their YouTube feed in which Julie Plec helpfully catches us all up on the key moments of season two and a bit of what’s to come in season three. Enjoy!

Posted by | September 14, 2011, 16:00 (EST) | 3 Comments
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Previously on The Vampire Diaries: As I Lay Dying (Season 2 Finale) Recap Round-UpMany moons ago, The Vampire Diaries Season 2 finale, As I Lay Dying, lulled us into thinking we knew what was going on, and then soundly thumped us on the head with a double-whammy of WTFery that we’ve spent all summer recovering from. Sure, it may not have been the most explosive finale ever given The Sun Also Rises pretty much razed our souls, but the implications were astounding. Are you ready to watch Season 3 unfold, fandom? V3 lands tomorrow night at 8/7c.

Think there are some clever recaps we should check out? Hit us up in the comments.

Featured in this installment: AOL TV, TV.com, L.A. Times, Thomas Galvin, Television Without Pity, iphignia939 on LiveJournal, Zap2It, the A.V. Club, Entertainment Weekly, The Televixen, Off-Color TV, Assignment X, Heroine TV, Ology, TV Overmind, and our own Crissy Calhoun.

SPOILERS…THAT’S THE SPIRIT!

Posted by | September 14, 2011, 10:33 (EST) | 10 Comments
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TV.com's Price Peterson Interviews Julie Plec: Senior Year, Death & SubtextTV.com‘s Price Peterson – he of the hilarious Vampire Diaries recaps and captioned photos – has what we think might be the most entertaining interview with Vampire Diaries Executive Producer Julie Plec we’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. Julie gives some hints on Season 3, identifies the two major show moments where she realized what she wanted The Vampire Diaries to be, fan favorites, killing characters, the school issue, Katherine as villain and vixen, accidental homo-eroticism, and The Secret Circle.

So national authorities haven’t yet noticed the town’s death rate?
We always talk about the “FBI Episode” when the FBI shows up in town and is like, ‘Um, you do realize that you have a higher death rate than all of Northern California?’ But look, I think that the timeline of the show is very specific. There’s a lot that’s going on under the noses of the authority figures. And there’s an element to that that’s both ridiculous and fun. I remember that Buffy episode when the students finally, like five seasons in, gave her the award for being the class protector. And what they said was, “It might seem like we don’t notice these things, but there’s some pretty weird stuff that happens in this town!” And I remember thinking, “It’s Season 5!” But yeah, it’s a fine line.

READ THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW AT TV.COM.

Posted by | September 13, 2011, 8:48 (EST) | 13 Comments
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Ian Somerhalder as DamonTelevision Without Pity has announced the winners of their Tubey Awards, and The Vampire Diaries (and especially Damon) cleaned up! Good job with the voting, folks. Here are the categories the show won:

Best Returning Show
Best Teen Show
Best Badass: Damon
Favorite Character: Damon
Best Scene-Stealing Supporting Character: Caroline
Best Season Finale
Best Almost-Romantic-But-Not-Quite Relationship: Damon and Elena
Best HoYay! Couple: Alaric and Damon
Best Single Line of Dialogue: “There’s no such thing as a bad idea — only poorly executed awesome ones.” – Damon

Additionally, The Vampire Diaries was the TWoP Staff Pick in the following categories:
Most Underrated Show
Best Unexpected Plot Twist: Katherine kills Caroline, making her a vampire so she can deliver a message for her.

SEE THE COMPLETE SLIDESHOW OF WINNERS AT TWOP!

Posted by | September 8, 2011, 9:38 (EST) | 2 Comments
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As I Lay Dying

THIS IS IT. The last encore of the summer, the last episode before the return of The Vampire Diaries with NEW episodes on Thursday, September 15th at 8/7c! Longest hiatus EVER, right? But next Thursday, everything will be better. Let’s celebrate by tuning in and watching the Season 2 finale tonight and getting excited all over again.

Episode refresher course:

 
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Posted by | September 1, 2011, 9:49 (EST) | 1 Comment
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The Sun Also Rises

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.

And a reminder: Sara Canning (R.I.P Aunt Jenna!) is on the guest list for Dragon*Con in Atlanta this weekend. She’ll be doing Q&As on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Check the schedule here.

Episode refresher course:

 
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Posted by | August 30, 2011, 15:49 (EST) | 26 Comments
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Happy Release Day! The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Second Season DVD/Blu-Ray Out NowToday’s the day, people. The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Second Season is now available at your favourite local store, online, and probably at the end of rainbows.

We’d planned on posting this earlier, but have been waiting a bit to try and work out just what on earth has been going on with that danged Target bonus disc. We’re still not entirely sure, and poor Kate is a gibbering wreck who flinches at the sight of bonus discs now, but we can hazard a guess. As far as we can tell now, the bonus disc comes with both the DVD and the Blu-ray. Early reports suggested that the Blu-ray edition didn’t come with a bonus disc, but we think what may have happened there is that some people were getting the regular edition from Target and so missed out on the bonus disc. We have no idea if this is a nationwide thing or just a few stores, but we do know it’s possible to get the bonus disc on both DVD and Blu-ray from Target. Just check carefully to see what you’re getting – there should be a sticker on the front to let you know. THE BONUS DISC IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN STORES, NOT ONLINE.

Also, on a related note, we’ve heard some reports that some stores in areas that were affected by Hurricane Irene hadn’t had deliveries yet. They’ll get there eventually!

Added by Kate: We’d held off on posting this, too, because of all the confusion, but I have now confirmed with my own eyes that the Target bonus disc is the 2010 Comic-Con panel Q&A (moderated by Marcos Siega), nicely edited with clips from both seasons one and two interspersed. After the panel, there’s a really nice series of clips in which Kevin, Julie, and the cast thank the fans for their support. And, as commenter Rebeccastar points out, the U.S. version does come with a booklet, unlike the U.K. version.

Added by Red: There’s been some confusion over this, so for the sake of international fans, Target is a chain of stores in the USA. The bonus disc is an extra for customers buying from Target stores and not available elsewhere.

Added by Kate: Some sets sold at HMV in Canada have the disc as well.

Want to own the Vampire Diaries on DVD or Blu-ray?


UK: US:
Season 2 DVD
Season 2 Blu-ray
Season 1 DVD
Season 1 Blu-ray
Season 1 + 2 boxset DVD
Season 1 + 2 boxset Blu-ray
Season 2 DVD
Season 2 Blu-ray
Season 1 DVD
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