Interview: Kevin Williamson On Vampire Diaries Season 3

Author: Jen | August 15, 2011 | Comments Off on Interview: Kevin Williamson On Vampire Diaries Season 3

Filed Under: | Interviews, Kevin Williamson, Season 3, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries

Several weeks ago before the Vampire Diaries panel at the Comic-Con International in San Diego, KSiteTV participated in roundtable interviews with cast and crew of The Vampire Diaries including Julie Plec, Paul Wesley, Joseph Morgan and Kevin Williamson. Our previous interviews can be found here, but what we hadn’t posted yet is what Kevin Williamson, writer and executive producer extraordinaire, had to say.

Click here to read the interview and see what Kevin Williamson has to say about Season 3 of The Vampire Diaries

Scoop: Love Triangles Heat Up in Third Season of ‘Vampire Diaries’

Author: Jen | August 14, 2011 | Comments Off on Scoop: Love Triangles Heat Up in Third Season of ‘Vampire Diaries’

Filed Under: | Candice Accola, Ian Somerhalder, Joseph Morgan, Katerina Graham, Kevin Williamson, Michael Trevino, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Season 3, Steven R. McQueen, The Vampire Diaries, Zach Roerig

The “Vampire Diaries” season premiere is just six weeks away. Season 2 ended with Stefan (Paul Wesley) becoming Klaus’s (Joseph Morgan) reluctant minion, Damon (Ian Sommerhalder) kissing Elena, and Jeremy seeing all his dead ex-girlfriends. Executive Producer Kevin Williamson came to the Television Critics Association panel Thursday to discuss his new series “The Secret Circle.” Everyone was as interested in the further adventures of Elena and the Salvatore brothers as they were about the coven of gorgeous teen witches. So Willamson generously declassified some information about the third season of “Vampire Diaries.”

The Show Will Take A Small Leap Forward In Time: The second season of “Vampire Diaries” picked up moments after the first season ended. This year, time will have passed between the seasons. “We’re kind of vague about it. I’d say [it’s] a month or two later in our timeline,” Williamson said.

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Vampire Diaries Boss: Season 3 Is ‘A Defining Moment’ for Damon and Elena

Author: Jen | August 13, 2011 | Comments Off on Vampire Diaries Boss: Season 3 Is ‘A Defining Moment’ for Damon and Elena

Filed Under: | Ian Somerhalder, Interviews, Kevin Williamson, News, Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries

i really cannot wait for season 3 to start up..

“Just because we’re putting her with Damon doesn’t mean they’re going to end up together. And it doesn’t mean they’re going to get together,” Williamson told TVLine at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, when we pressed him about how anxious he plans to make Elena/Stefan fans.

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CW Announces Fall 2011 Season: TVD Synopsis & The Secret Circle Synopsis

Author: Natalie | May 19, 2011 | Comments Off on CW Announces Fall 2011 Season: TVD Synopsis & The Secret Circle Synopsis

Filed Under: | Kevin Williamson, L.J. Smith, News, Season 3, The Vampire Diaries

The Vampire Diaries returns to its usual 8pm time slot on the CW, followed by new drama (based on the books by LJ Smith and also created by Kevin Williamson). Check out the synopsis for both shows:


Based on the best-selling book series, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES is the story of two vampire brothers, obsessed with the same gorgeous girl, who are battling to control the fate of an entire town. In season one, Stefan and Damon Salvatore returned to their hometown of Mystic Falls, Virginia, for very different reasons. Stefan was determined to get to know Elena Gilbert, who bears a striking resemblance to Katherine Pierce, the beautiful but ruthless vampire the brothers knew and loved — in 1864. Damon, on the other hand, was intent on releasing Katherine from the tomb where he believed she was trapped by a witch’s spell all those years ago. In the explosive season finale, Elena’s uncle set a plan in motion that saw the return of the vengeful Katherine Pierce. In season two, Katherine’s appearance and her precise manipulation threw a wrench into the love triangle between Stefan, Elena and Damon, and the other residents of Mystic Falls were forced to choose sides as they fell victim to a new breed of danger. Stefan and Damon were later met with their greatest challenge yet — the arrivals of Elijah and Klaus, two of the “original” vampires. As Klaus goes head to head with Damon and takes a special interest in Stefan, he is also seemingly focused on breaking the “Sun and Moon” curse by sacrificing Elena. Yet no matter what action the brothers take to protect Elena, Klaus won’t be swayed from his mission, proving to be the most powerful vampire in existence. Season three opens the door to learn more about Klaus and The Original Family as his motives for wanting Stefan on his side are finally revealed. As Stefan sinks deeper into the dark side, Damon and Elena struggle with the guilt of their growing bond even as they work together to bring Stefan back from the edge. The ghosts from Jeremy’s past have a powerful message they’re trying to deliver to him, not to mention the impact they’re having on his relationship with Bonnie. And as Caroline and Tyler grow closer, a war erupts between their families. The series stars Nina Dobrev as Elena Gilbert, Paul Wesley as Stefan Salvatore, Ian Somerhalder as Damon Salvatore, Steven R. McQueen as Jeremy Gilbert, Kat Graham as Bonnie Bennett, Candice Accola as Caroline Forbes, Zach Roerig as Matt Donovan, Michael Trevino as Tyler Lockwood, Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman and Joseph Morgan as Klaus. Based on the series of books by L. J. Smith, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES is from Bonanza Productions Inc., Outerbanks Entertainment and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios with executive producers Kevin Williamson (“Scream,” “Dawson’s Creek”), Julie Plec (“Kyle XY,” “Wasteland”), Leslie Morgenstein (“Gossip Girl,” “Private”) and Bob Levy (“Gossip Girl,” “Privileged”).

9:00-10:00 P.M. “THE SECRET CIRCLE”

Cassie Blake was a happy, normal teenage girl – until her mother Amelia dies in what appears to be a tragic accidental fire. Orphaned and deeply saddened, Cassie moves in with her warm and loving grandmother Jane in the beautiful small town of Chance Harbor, Washington – the town her mother left so many years before – where the residents seem to know more about Cassie than she does about herself. As Cassie gets to know her high school classmates, including sweet-natured Diana and her handsome boyfriend Adam, brooding loner Nick, mean-girl Faye and her sidekick Melissa, strange and frightening things begin to happen. When her new friends explain that they are all descended from powerful witches, and they’ve been waiting for Cassie to join them and complete a new generation of the Secret Circle, Cassie refuses to believe them – until Adam shows her how to unlock her incredible magical powers. But it’s not until Cassie discovers a message from her mother in an old leather-bound book of spells hidden in her mother’s childhood bedroom, that she understands her true and dangerous destiny. What Cassie and the others don’t yet know is that darker powers are at play, powers that might be linked to the adults in the town, including Diana’s father and Faye’s mother – and that Cassie’s mother’s death might not have been an accident. The series stars Britt Robertson as Cassie Blake, Thomas Dekker as Adam Conant, Gale Harold as Charles Meade, Phoebe Tonkin as Fay Chamberlain, Jessica Parker Kennedy as Melissa, Shelley Hennig as Diana Meade, Louis Hunter as Nick, Ashley Crow as Jane Blake and Natasha Henstridge as Dawn Chamberlain. Based upon the book series by L.J. Smith (author of “The Vampire Diaries” book series), THE SECRET CIRCLE is from Outerbanks Entertainment and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios with executive producers Kevin Williamson (“The Vampire Diaries,” “Scream,” “Dawson’s Creek”), Andrew Miller (“Imaginary Bitches”), Leslie Morgenstein (“The Vampire Diaries,” “Gossip Girl”) and Gina Girolamo. Elizabeth Craft (“The Vampire Diaries,” “Lie to Me”) & Sarah Fain (“The Vampire Diaries,” “Lie to Me”) were executive producers on the pilot which was directed by Liz Friedlander (“The Vampire Diaries,” “90210”).

So why is the “Secret Circle” important to The Vampire Diaries fans? #1. TVD author L.J. Smith also wrote The Secret Circle and #2. Kevin Williamson (TVD’s TV creator) is jumping on board.

Here’s a little info on what is to come:

Here’s some bewitching news: The CW has finally greenlit the pilot for “Secret Circle,” which will re-team their superstar writer-producer Kevin Williamson with “The Vampire Diaries” author L.J. Smith for the hour-long drama.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alloy Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios will join forces with writer Andrew Miller, as well as Elizabeth Craft, Sarah Fain, Leslie Morgenstein and Gina Girolamo, who will once again take executive producer duties.

Read more here…

Photoshoots: Comic-Con 2010 Portrait Session

Author: Natalie | February 6, 2011 | Comments Off on Photoshoots: Comic-Con 2010 Portrait Session

Filed Under: | Events, Ian Somerhalder, Julie Plec, Kevin Williamson, Matt Davis, Michael Trevino, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Photos, Steven R. McQueen

Thanks to my friend Andrea from Nina Network, I’ve added 31 MQs to the gallery from last year’s Comic-Con. A very funny and cute portrait session featuring Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev, Michael Trevino, Steven R. McQueen, Matthew Davis, Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson.

Check it out!

Kevin Williamson Joins CW’s ‘Secret Circle’, ‘Vampire Diaries’ Companion Show On Hold

Author: Tracey | | Comments Off on Kevin Williamson Joins CW’s ‘Secret Circle’, ‘Vampire Diaries’ Companion Show On Hold

Filed Under: | Exclusive, Kevin Williamson, Non TVD Projects, The Vampire Diaries

EXCLUSIVE: First the bad news: Kevin Williamson’s potentialcompanion series to Vampire Diariesis not happening, at least for now.The Vampire Diaries co-creator Williamson has notified the CW that his busy schedule on Diaries, which he is executive producing with fellow co-creator Julie Plec, has not allowed him to focus on fleshing out and writing the new project, about a group of people who investigate paranormal happenings.

Now the great news. Williamson has come onboard another CW drama project, Secret Circle, which is based on a three-book series from The Vampire Diaries author L.J. Smith. It centers on a California teen who moves to her mom’s hometown of New Salem and discovers that she is a witch. To complete the reunion, the project hails from Alloy Entertainment and WBTV, the companies behind Diaries. It was first set at the CW in October with Angel alums Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain as executive producers and Andrew Miller as writer/exec producer. Williamson is now working on the script and serving as an executive producer on the project, which, with its auspices, has emerged as a strong contender for a pilot pickup. Just like with the potential Diaries companion, on which there was talk about Plec joining Williamson, while not currently attached to Secret Circle, Plec could come on board in the future.

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‘Vampire Diaries’ exclusive: Kevin Williamson talks his potential companion series that’s ‘full of scary, horrible murder and surprises’

Author: Tracey | December 11, 2010 | Comments Off on ‘Vampire Diaries’ exclusive: Kevin Williamson talks his potential companion series that’s ‘full of scary, horrible murder and surprises’

Filed Under: | Exclusive, Julie Plec, Kevin Williamson, Non TVD Projects

If you recently heard the potential companion series to The Vampire Diaries exec producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec (pictured) are in the early stages of developing described as “The X-Files meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” you may be imagining Alaric (Matt Davis) teaching history at a new high school. “That’s exactly what the show is not,” Williamson tells EW on the latest edition of the TV Insiders podcast, with a laugh. “That was the wrong characterization. I was like, ‘What is Buffy meets The X-Files?’ They’re completely at odds tonally. It’s neither. It’s set on a college campus. There’s a little bit of some paranormal investigation involved, but it’s more about the characters. It’s more about what Julie and I like to do, which is create a world of people. A young girl goes to college, and it turns out there’s a lot more going on.”

That’s all he wants to give away for now. “Warner Bros. doesn’t like us to talk about shows that may never happen,” he says, laughing again. “We don’t know if we’ll get it written in time, or if this will be for this year, next year…. But it’s just something we’re both very passionate about because we’ve got this whole world and this whole sort of mythology about this girl and this journey that she takes. It’s full of scary, horrible murder and surprises, and all the twists and turns that we love to do, but once again it is a story about epic love. That’s what we’re about here at The Vampire Diaries. And that’s sort of why you call it a ‘companion piece,’ is because you will see those similarities in the show. You know, a bunch of fun characters that you can visit every week and watch them go through all these scary, twisty story lines, but it all leads to some greater story about epic and tragic love.”

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