This, ladies and gents, is what we call a tease. E! Online has an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode, Friday Night Bites:
In episode seven news, Ernest Dickerson (Dexter, Burn Notice) is at the helm directing the episode, and we’ve seen the title “Haunted” pop up in a few places. There’s also a still from it (courtesy of @LilMissX) with Stefan and Damon looking like they’re not at each other’s throats for once.
Elena and Stefan are up for the Hollywood Style People’s Choice Awards hottest Fall couple. Head on over there to cast your vote for them, and you’ll make Nina Dobrev a very happy lady in the process.
Katerina Graham posted a picture of herself from when she auditioned for Bonnie, and Michael Trevino posted a picture of Tyler’s car. Alas, Michael isn’t posing on the hood in the pic, but it’s still a sweet looking car. We can certainly picture Tyler behind the wheel.
CWTelevision has posted two clips from next week’s episode, “Friday Night Bites.” First clip features the ever-so-charming Mr. Tanner and Stefan, plus some field action with Tyler, Matt, Elena, Bonnie, Caroline and…Damon? (Stefan = Wide Receiver = YES!) Second clip features Stefan, Caroline, and Damon.
The CW have posted two clips from episode 2 of the Vampire Diaries, “Night of the Comet”, on their YouTube channel. We’re unsure whether this is awesome, or utterly evil. ;)
So, does this help tide you all over until Thursday, or does it just make the wait even more agonising? ;)
We’re aware that sites such as KryptonSite and SpoilerTV blogged about this before the weekend: Episode six (#105) appears to be titled “Lost Girls” (wonder what that’s a play on?), and you can see a HQ promo from Vampire Diaries Show below.
We do so love following the cast and crew on twitter, because they feed their followers all kinds of cool comments and pictures. Sometimes they slip us by, like this ‘another night with the vampires in the forest’ pic that Paul M. Sommers posted on the 4th. Other times, we see them pretty much right off the bat, like this spiffy pic of some extras in 19th century costumes from Marcos Siega, which can mean only one thing: Flashbacks. Waistcoats, please?
On the subject of Twitter, you can now follow Chris Mollere, music supervisor for the Vampire Diaries TV series, at @cmollere. He’s going to be tweeting the music tracks used in the show after the episodes air, so he’s the guy to watch to find that song you loved.
For those who get a kick out of this information as much as we do, ratings for the Sunday night airing of the pilot episode in the USA came to 1.35 million viewers.
In book news, it looks like the Vampire Diaries are really rocking those bestseller lists. They’re at #2, #3 and #6 on the Barnes & Noble teen bestsellers list, and #13, #14 and #23 on the Amazon Teens bestsellers. Thanks @1Sjes and @AprilRoxX for that information!
Finally, if you’re interested in learning some more about myself and Vee along with some of our thoughts on The Vampire Diaries, you can head on over to read an interview with us over on Innsmouth Press that we took part in for their Vampire Diaries week. Be warned, the interview is full of bookish spoilers. And shoes.
Courtesy of a kind soul, we have some additional stills from “Night of the Comet” (EP02/101) and “Friday Night Bites” (EP03/102) to share with you today. And yep, still loving Caroline’s scarf.
Vampire Diaries has officially joined the Television Without Pity club. If you’re a TWoP addict (like me), you know to tighten your snark cap before delving into their recaps. Vampire Diaries fans have been snarking their own canon for years, so watching others take the reins on the TV show is going to be entertaining indeed. (Not that we won’t be having our own fun in this regard, but we’re into sharing.) Cindy McLennan has posted her recaplet of the pilot (full recap to come later), TV is the Answer tackles big questions, and Vampire Diaries now has its own shiny, official forum.
We’ve added the synopsis for episode 4, “Family Ties” to the episode index – if you’re avoiding spoilers, don’t click that link. ;) The episode was directed by Guy Ferland and written by Andrew Kreisberg and Brian Young. You can find more information about the episode over in the Spoiler Zone in the forums.
For those of you who missed Damon in the promotional poster we posted on Wednesday, fear not, he’s back for this brand new poster from the CW. There are also some textless images from this shoot in our gallery.
Finally, yes, we do know about the Tyler Shields photoshoot story. It is what it is. Moving right along now.
Episode four of the Vampire Diaries now has a title: “Family Ties”. We also have a bunch of episode stills, and now have photographic evidence that Jenna actually exists. ;) There’s also a picture of Vicki at the end that looks distinctly posed, so we’re thinking it may (though we won’t swear to it) be a picture from a photoshoot rather than a still from the episode. Kayla at the Greystone Mansion shoot, perhaps?
As if we needed something else to make us even more excited about tomorrow night, the CW come out with a hot, new Vampire Diaries poster that we’re really digging. It’s a variation on the threesome picture from the Love Sucks photoshoot that manages to be both smoulderingly sexy and heart-stoppingly sweet at the same time. Awesome stuff. Is it tomorrow night, yet? ;)