The news post is a bit late, but we do have the latest promotional photos from TVD Season 5 in our gallery. As of two weeks ago, we no longer tag images in our gallery UNLESS they are site exclusives (meaning we, or other fans took them ourselves).

In the meantime, enjoy all 11 HQ photos in our gallery. The latest three images are pictured here. Click thumbnails to view images in gallery in HQ.



(SPOILERS) Best TV Couple of All Time: We Have a Winner! Instant Reaction—and Scoop—Straight From the Set

Author: Jen | November 7, 2013 | Comments Off on (SPOILERS) Best TV Couple of All Time: We Have a Winner! Instant Reaction—and Scoop—Straight From the Set

Filed Under: | Fan Stuff, Ian Somerhalder, Interviews, Julie Plec, Nina Dobrev, Season 5, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries, TV Series

We started off with 64 iconic TV couples. Ross and Rachel. Buffy and Angel. Carrie and Big. TV giants.

And it all came down to the two most passionate TV fanbases around right now: Glee and The Vampire Diaries. Rachel and Finn. And Damon and Elena.

Thousands voted in E! Online’s Best TV Couple of All Time Tournament. And now it’s time to announce the winner!

In a super close competition (there was just a three percent divide!), The Vampire Diaries’ Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) have officially been crowned the small screen’s Best Couple of All Time!

And guess what? We just so happened to be on the CW hit’s set in Atlanta today and were able share the amazing news with Ian and Nina, as the show was celebrating its 100th episode.

Suffice to say, they are overwhelmed by the fan love.

“I mean it’s crazy!” Nina said of the win. “The Delena fans are so passionate and so enthusiastic and such rabid lovers of Damon and Elena’s chemistry and their relationship that obviously we’re incredibly flattered and excited about it. It is really awesome!”

Then she added with a laugh, “I’m a little upset about [the win], to be honest with you. Ricky and Lucy were the ultimate couple, so I feel like we stole it from them and they deserve it more. They are much more iconic. I grew up watching I Love Lucy, so I guess I’m a little biased.”

continue reading.. second half of article has TVD SPOILERS!!!



VOTE for The Vampire Diaries and The Originals for People’s Choice Awards

Author: Jen | November 5, 2013 | Comments Off on VOTE for The Vampire Diaries and The Originals for People’s Choice Awards

Filed Under: | Events, Ian Somerhalder, Joseph Morgan, Nina Dobrev, The Originals, The Vampire Diaries

Congrats to Joseph, Ian, Nina, TVD, and The Originals on your Nominations…
Favorite Actor in a New TV Series
Andy Samberg
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Joseph Morgan
Michael J. Fox
Robin Williams

Favorite On-Screen Chemistry
Castle & Beckett (Castle)
Damon & Elena (The Vampire Diaries)
Derek & Meredith (Grey’s Anatomy)
Emma & Hook (Once Upon A Time)
Kurt & Blaine (Glee)

Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show
Beauty and the Beast
Once Upon A Time
Supernatural
The Vampire Diaries
The Walking Dead

Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor
Andrew Lincoln
Ian Somerhalder
Jared Padalecki
Jensen Ackles
Stephen Amell

Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress
Emilia Clarke
Ginnifer Goodwin
Kristin Kruek
Nina Dobrev
Tatiana Maslany

Favorite New TV Drama
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Betrayal
The Blacklist
Dracula
Hostages
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
The Originals
Reign
Sleepy Hollow
The Tomorrow People

From voting on our site to voting on Twitter (yes, Twitter!), here are all the ways how you can vote for your favorite nominees:

• PeoplesChoice.com

• Facebook — Fans can personalize their voting experience and share their votes with friends. Check out our page here.

• Twitter — Fans can cast official votes for the People’s Choice Awards by tweeting a specific series of hashtags based on the nominee’s name and category. See the list of hashtags created for each nominee here.

• Mobile — Fans can vote in all categories on the People’s Choice Awards mobile site, and via the official voting application for iPhone and iPad.

The 40th Annual People’s Choice Awards air live on CBS on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m. ET.

full list of nominees can be found here



The Vampire Diaries: Monster’s Ball – Review

Author: Linda | November 1, 2013 | Comments Off on The Vampire Diaries: Monster’s Ball – Review

Filed Under: | Ian Somerhalder, Kat Graham, Katerina Graham, Michael Trevino, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Season 5, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries, TV Series

Warning! Contains Spoilers!

Has everyone underestimated Katherine?

Last night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries was a mixture of secrets revealed, connections made and lost, and surprising outcomes.

The episode opens with Dr. Maxfield (Rick Cosnet) in his lab on the campus of Whitmore College. He has had a weak, hungry Jesse (Kendrick Sampson), now a new vampire, strapped down to an examination table for three days. Maxfield wakes him up using a Petri dish of blood but doesn’t let him eat. He records Jesse’s reaction to light, dilation of pupils, his focus on hunger, and the position of his upper cusped’s after blood stimulus is removed (they go back to being normal). All the while, Jesse has no idea what is happening to him and asks what Maxwfield is doing to him, but he’s ignored. Maxfield then concludes that Jesse is the perfect candidate. (For what? Breeding vampires?)

Elena (Nina Dobrev) is back on campus and reflects on her sadness over Bonnie’s death and her new distraction, Dr. Maxfield. She’s determined to find out why he covered up her roommate’s death. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) appears and confronts her as to why she is avoiding him. Elena tells him she’s busy studying and in class. She invites Damon and he agrees to attend the Historical Ball with her that evening.

Meanwhile, in Caroline’s dorm room, her and Tylor (Michael Trevino) are catching up. Caroline (Candice Accola) confronts him about not calling her for while, and he tells her the wolf pack he’s helping is not where they have cell phone reception. She asks him to go to the Historical Ball as a way to make things up to her. He waffles, but she insists they go to the costume party as Bonnie and Clyde. And says she’s invited Stefan and he’s going. (Twist his arm!)

On her way to class, Elena spots a guy at her ex-roommate, Megan’s memorial. She tries to strike up a conversation with him, but he slyly brushes off her inquisitiveness. He doesn’t give her his name as he walks away, but he does hint that he knew Megan well, suggesting that Elena buy Megan sunflowers for her memorial site.

Silas (Paul Wesley) calls Nadia (Olga Fonda) and reiterates that he wants Katherine. Nadia tells him he’ll have to wait until she’s ready to hand her over. After some verbal sparring, he tells Nadia he’s well versed in cell phone tracking, and she hangs up. Katherine warns her about dealing with diabolical ones like Silas. Nadia tells her not to give up to them so easily. She reminds Katherine that Silas needs every last drop of her blood to cure himself, and Katherine realizes that will mean death for her. Nadia eludes to her not knowing the whole story, and pacifies a hungry Katherine with a promise of food and the story, as she takes her on a road trip to avoid Silas.

Damon proposes a plan to Jeremy to kill Silas get Bonnie back to the land of the living. (He fails to mention he’s already struck a deal with Silas, earlier). He asks Jeremy not to mention this plan to Elena, however. The plan is to get Silas back to human status,
making him a witch, get him to bring Bonnie back, and then kill him. Then Silas will be stuck on the other side forever.

Bonnie, however, (unseen in the room by Damon), says that maybe Silas has a Plan B, to destroy the other side completely. She explains that powerful spells are bound by other powerful things such as a comet, the moon, or a doppelganger. She thinks Tessa (Sila’s ex-fiance) bound the other side to something that would last just as long.

Cut to Silas explaining to Damon in their earlier meeting, that Tessa bound a mystical anchor to the other side, and he wants to destroy this anchor. He says she’s the only person who knows where it is hidden and she’ll be at the Historical Ball.

Back to Jeremy’s place. Damon asks Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) if it’s possible that after Silas destroys the other side, cures himself and becomes a witch, could he do a spell that would swap Bonnie’s life for his, once he kills himself. Bonnie (Katerina Graham) says it’s possible but is against it because she doesn’t trust Silas and there will be consequences. She says no to the plan, but to her dismay, Jeremy tells Damon, she’ll go along with it. Cut back to Damon and Silas. Silas agrees to their deal to resurrect Bonnie, but in return he wants Damon to kill Stefan.

Sitting in a restaurant, Nadia tells Katherine reveals she turned herself into a vampire so she could track her for the past 500 years. All Katherine has to do is answer some questions and then she’ll let her go. (Don’t fall for that line!). She asks if Katherine remembers killing her mother in 1645 when she was running from one of the Originals, Klaus. Katherine doesn’t, but realizing Nadia won’t free her, she stabs her with a customer’s cane, and flees the restaurant. (Amazing that no one calls for help; they all stare at Nadia withering in pain!).

When Caroline and Tylor arrive at the Historical Ball, a buzzed Stefan (Paul Wesley) dressed as James Dean, grabs Caroline for a dance. Damon and Elena arrive as Henry VIII and Anne Bolin. Damon texts Silas that Stefan is at the party.

Meanwhile, Elena has cornered the student she saw earlier. He is still elusive so she compels him to tell her if he killed Megan, to which he says no. She asks why he’s so shady and he replies that everyone, his family and friends around him dies, like it’s a curse. He says he has survivor’s guilt. Elena compels him to forget she questioned him. He does give her his name, which is Aaron.

Tessa (Janina Gavankar) arrives at the party dressed like Cleopatra and bumps into Stefan at the bar, thinking he’s Silas. However, she soon discovers he’s Stefan and apologizes for wiping his memories. Before she can buy him a drink, Damon intervenes and whisks Stefan away to a back room where Silas greets them and Damon breaks Stefan’s neck. “Killing” Stefan severed the link between him and Silas, who now has his mind control ability back. Silas instructs Damon to keep Stefan “dead” until he can get out of Tessa where the anchor is.

Silas works on Tessa with compliments and drinks. They share a dance where he flirts with her. He compels her to tell him where the anchor is after she realizes he’s Silas. She says the Travelers have it and move it constantly to hide it from her (Is it the knife that Matt has?) She tells Silas she’s at the party to retrieve her pendant that will give her the power to do a locater spell to find the anchor. He then compels her to get going on it and forget what she told him. She takes leave and Stefan collapses in pain — Stefan has woken up. Stefan tells Damon that proving to Elena he’s a trusty boyfriend isn’t worth it. Damon responds by breaking his neck again (I think I’m getting whiplash now) and Silas recovers. Damon texts him to hurry up.

Meanwhile, Katherine finds Nadia in an alley, with the stake in her chest. It has only nicked her heart, because Katherine wants her alive. She wants to know out why Nadia made up the story about her killing Nadia’s mother. Nadia reveals she is Nadia Petrova and that in England in 1498, Katherine killed her mother by hanging her and breaking her neck, in their home. However, when Katherine asks her who she is, Nadia says, your mother. (Huh? How can she kill her mother and be her mother?)

Back at the party, Tylor tells Caroline he won’t be joining her at college. He’s off to find and destroy Klaus’ life because he killed his mother. He came to say goodbye to her. Carolyn storms off after telling Taylor he sounds a lot like Klaus.

During a dance with Elena, Dr. Maxfield responds to her questions about his cover-up of Megan’s death, saying that maybe a vampire killed her. He gives her a warning to leave college, take her friends, and go back to Mystic Falls before people start asking questions about them.

In a exhibit room at the party, Tessa finds her pendant among a historical jewelry display.
She begins the locator spell to find the anchor. Silas, pretending to be Stefan, walks into the room. Silas uses mind control to find out where the anchor is, but before Tessa can tell him, the link is broken and Silas ends up in pain on the floor. In another room, Stefan fakes being asleep and ambushes Damon, breaking his neck. Cut back to Tessa who realizes this is Silas. She casts a spell to stop his heart and his blood flow. He turns grey and collapses on the floor. (Is he really dead?)

Aaron is leaving the party when he’s stopped by Dr. Maxfield. He asks for his car keys and gives him money for a cab. Turns out Maxfield is his legal guardian in charge of his trust fund. He warns Aaron to stay away from Elena. (Is it Maxfield that kills off Aaron’s friends and loved ones?)

Elena and Damon find Silas where Tess left him. Damon realizes his plan may be in jeopardy.

In a hotel room, Katherine tells Nadia that Silas won’t need her until he figures out how to destroy the other side. If he cures himself before then, he’ll be a witch and if he dies, he’ll be stuck in supernatural purgatory. She tells Nadia that in 1498 she did try to locate her in Bulgaria after she escaped the people who were after her. Katherine tells her it’s nice to finally meet her daughter.

Caroline finds Tyler back at the dorm room, packing his things. Tyler tells her he can’t stay with her and ignore what Klaus did. She says if he walks away, then they’re done for good. Tyler walks out of the room and it appears, out of her life.

At the Salvatore house, Elena and Damon have Silas laid out on the couch. The doorbell rings and Damon says this is his Plan B. In waltzes Katherine, unaware Silas is there. She screams she doesn’t want to die as Damon rips her neck. Silas holds on to her head as he drinks her blood. She finally collapses on the floor and Silas is looking better. A few seconds later, Elena and Damon can’t believe they hear her heartbeat. Katherine opens her eyes and asks if she’s in hell. (What? Did the cure made her immortal?)

Wow, lots of interesting things going on this week! The big question of course, is Katherine immortal? Did the cure do this to her or is she Amara’s doppelganger? Will Silas hold up his end of the deal to bring Bonnie back? Is Dr. Maxwell an evil, mad scientist with a fascination for vampires? Does he have something to do with Aaron’s “curse”? Where is Stefan? Where did he go after “killing” Damon and leaving the party? What is going to happen with Jesse? What is he a perfect candidate for? Is Caroline and Tyler’s relationship really be over?

What did you think of this week’s episode?



(SPOILERS) The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev: Elena Will Bond with the New Guy

Author: Jen | October 30, 2013 | Comments Off on (SPOILERS) The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev: Elena Will Bond with the New Guy

Filed Under: | Interviews, Nina Dobrev, Season 5, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries, TV Series

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The Vampire Diaries: For Whom The Bell Tolls – Review

Author: Linda | October 28, 2013 | Comments Off on The Vampire Diaries: For Whom The Bell Tolls – Review

Filed Under: | Candice Accola, Ian Somerhalder, Katerina Graham, Michael Trevino, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Season 5, Spoilers, Steven R. McQueen, The Vampire Diaries, TV Series, Zach Roerig

Warning! Contains Spoilers!

Bonnie! Come out, come out, wherever you are!

Last night’s The Vampire Diaries finally dialed Bonnie’s friends into where she has been all summer as finding her becomes their priority.
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The Vampire Diaries: Original Sin – Review

Author: Linda | October 21, 2013 | Comments Off on The Vampire Diaries: Original Sin – Review

Filed Under: | Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Season 5, The Vampire Diaries, TV Series, Zach Roerig

Warning! Contains Spoilers!

Silas learns that hell hath no fury like a woman’s scorn.

This week’s The Vampire Diaries delivered a plot of mind bending twists, turns, and revelations.

In a nutshell: Damon learns he’s in the way of destiny. Stefan is free from the underwater safe. Elena and Katherine have the same dream about Stefan and enlist Damon to search for him. Nadia breaks her alliance with Silas. Silas’ ex-fiance, Qetsiyah kidnaps and uses Stefan to get revenge on Silas. Matt is possessed by the spirit of Gregor, the Traveler. Nadia captures Katherine to bargain with Silas. Stefan is rescued by Damon and Elena but has amnesia.

Stefan (Paul Wesley), freed from his underwater prison, is hungry and on the prowl. He staggers into Joe’s Bar and attacks the female bartender. But as he munches on her neck, he suddenly pulls away and tells her to run. (Not exactly ‘The Ripper’ anymore, is he?). And run, she does. Stefan runs outside sees the sun has come up. He falls to his knees, and looks at his hand crackling. He cries out in pain as he begins to burn. (His daylight ring taken by Silas?)

Elena (Nina Dobrev) seems to be dreaming this entire scene of Stefan. She wakes up and recalls it to Damon, saying it felt real, as though she was with him. She describes the name and appearance of the bar. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) tells her it was just a dream. But, Katherine (Dobrev) walks into their bedroom and announces she’s had the exact same dream about Stefan.

At the Salvatore house, Damon checks his phone and tells Elena that no bars called Joe’s exist on Route 29. Elena tells Damon that she shouldn’t have ignored all summer how she felt something was wrong with Stefan. She says she was right, Stefan was in the safe, and probably killed the guy who found him. Damon thinks following her dream to find Stefan is crazy, but he’ll go along with it. They decide to take a road trip to find the bar. However, Elena doesn’t want Katherine along, but Damon says he can’t leave her behind because of Silas. Katherine blames Elena for the entire mess with Silas because she shoved the cure down Katherine’s throat. Then she takes a dig at Elena for losing her one shot at being human and still caring as much as she does about Stefan. (Ouch! Turn that guilt knife a little deeper, Katherine!)

Meanwhile, somewhere in Mystic Falls, Silas (Paul Wesley) is on the phone with Nadia (Olga Fonda) the Traveler playing a game of ‘What If’. He says, what if, killing her companion, Gregor
was all an act, and what if, he’s still alive. She counters that Silas buried Gregor’s body himself. Silas says, what if, Matt’s ring brought Gregor back to life. He tells Nadia that to prove she’s on his side, she must find Matt (Zach Roerig), ask him where Katherine is, take his ring, and kill him.

Stefan wakes up on the floor of a cabin with a women staring at him. He warns her away, but she offers him a blood bag which he devours. She calls him “a vampire doppelganger with a conscience”. Stefan correctly guesses that she rescued him from outside of the bar. She tells him she also got the former owner of the cabin they’re in, to free him from the safe, and that Stefan killed him. He asks her who she is, but she asks how much he knows about Silas. Stefan tells her he’s a monster who stole his identity and will kill him when he finds him. He goes to leave, but the woman reminds Stefan he can’t leave without his daylight ring.

The woman is Silas’ ex-fiance, Qetsiyah (Janina Gavankar). She tells Stefan that 2,000 years ago, in ancient Greece, she was in love with Silas and thought he was her true love. But he was not hers. They were two of the most powerful of the gifted people called Travelers (ah-ha! So this is a traveler?). When they decided to marry, she created the immortality spell for them. However, Silas was in love with Qetsiyah’s hand maiden, Amara, and stood her up at the altar. She took her revenge by killing Amar. She then created the cure, threw Silas into a tomb with a supernatural limbo for his soul, and hoped he would take the cure and die. But he didn’t and escaped. Qetsiyah tells Stefan who she is, and that she came back from the afterlife, for him. (She was able to return after Bonnie had lifted the veil).

In back of the Mystic Grill, Matt confronts Nadia about what she did to him (when Gregor messed with his head), who is she, and what she wants. Nadia responds that she’s there to keep him safe from Silas. Matt asks her what she knows about Silas (while backing away slowly). She tells him Silas wants him dead and that Matt needs to trust her. She places her hands on his face and says some weird words. Matt’s eyes go black and Gregor takes over. And he’s not happy. He wants to know why she killed him. Nadia says because it was the only way to salvage their bargain and stop Silas from killing him. (Uh, yeah, makes sense.). She tells Gregor she loves him and promises to make Matt his permanent body. She also promises to tell him where his body is buried after he calls Elena and asks where Katherine is.

At the cabin, Stefan tells Qetsiyah he has a hard time believing anything she’s said.
Qetsiyah says she saw an opportunity to come back after the veil was lifted, as a mortal and do what her hunters had failed to do (are they Nadia and Gregor?), which was to kill Silas. Stefan wants some clarity on the doppelgangers. She explains that when Silas and Amara drank the immorality elixir, they violated the natural order. Nature balanced it out by creating mortal shadow selves, or doppelgangers, of them (which are Stefan, Elena, and Katherine). Qetsiyah tell Stefan she needs his help to take down Silas.

The road trip trio finds Joe’s Bar. They leave sleeping Katherine in the car while they go inside. Damon compels the bartender to tell him what happened with Stefan. She does, and says some woman driving a truck (the owner is a guy who lives down the road) drove off with Stefan. The bartender offers him a drink (don’t take it, Damon!) and it ends up being nasty for him. Elena asks her what she did to Damon and out walks Nadia. She demands they tell her where Katherine is or she will shoot Elena. At that moment, an angry Katherine walks into the bar. Nadia asks which of them is Katherine, and Katherine points to Elena. Nadia figures out she is lying, and Elena tackles her while telling Katherine to run. The two exchange body slams and Nadia escapes. Elena goes after them while Damon follows up on the lead about the owner of the truck.

While cooking up something that is definitely not a daylight ring, Qetsiyah tells Stefan she needs to destroy Silas’ mind control capability. After consuming blood for 2000 years, he’s perfected this ability. Qetsiyah says she wants Silas to spend eternity with Amara and her as punishment.

Meanwhile, Elena finds Katherine hiding out in a near-by forest. They have a little bonding time together. Katherine thanks her for not killing her after she shoved the cure down her throat. Elena said she wanted her to have a chance to experience humanity that was hiding somewhere under 500 years of bad behavior. (Some habits would be hard to change). Suddenly, Nadia snaps Elena’s neck and kidnaps Katherine at gunpoint.

Damon shows up at the cabin and finds Stefan tied to a chair and Qetsiyah no where in sight (do we smell an obvious trap?). Damon asks what happened to him as he tries to free him. Stefan says Qetsiyah has come back from the other side. Behind Damon, Qetsiyah appears. She tells him she is going to link Stefan to Silas by casting a spell which will neutralize Silas’ mind control ability. Then she will make him take the cure. Damon tells her Katherine ingested it and Qetsiyah says she knows. She had expected Katherine to be with him. She’s the one who planted the dreams in Katherine and Elena’s heads. She tells Damon she’ll have to do the spell without Katherine. Damon tries to leave with Stefan, but Qetsiyah tries to convince him they can defeat Silas. Stefan asks Qetsiyah to go ahead with the spell.

Nadia takes Katherine back to her truck, only to discover Silas has found them. She tell s him she’s not ready to hand Katherine over yet. He uses his mind control to have Nadia point her own gun at her heart. Just as he compels her to pull the trigger, Qetsiyah’s spell takes hold and Silas crumples to the ground, holding his head in pain.

At the cabin, Qetsiyah is still casting her spell. Stefan is crying out in pain. Damon asks what’s she doing to him. She answers that she’s frying Silas’ brain. (Eww there’s a visual).
Cut to Silas, still on the ground now with blood coming out of his eyes. Same happens to Stefan and he passes out in the chair. Damon says they’re done and goes to take Stefan. Qetsiyah says the spell worked and Stefan will wake up eventually.

Qetsiyah tells Damon that destiny has been trying to get the doppelgangers together forever; that she and Damon are the same — “the two obstacles standing in the way of two fates” (Stefan and Elena). Damon wants to leave with Stefan, but she wants to keep him with her now that he’s linked to Silas and Silas can no longer mess with their heads. She says as long as Stefan is in the way, Damon will never be with Elena. Damon tries to kill Qetsiyah but she body slams him into the fireplace and disappears. A dazed Damon hears Elena calling out for Stefan outside of the cabin. As he lays on the floor, Elena comes in and goes straight to Stefan. She doesn’t see Damon lying nearby (He has that ‘hey, how about me, your boyfriend? I need help too!’ look on his face!).

At a motel, Nadia is holding Katherine prisoner. Silas calls Nadia and asks where she is.
He threatens to kill her if she doesn’t hold up her end of the bargain. Silas tells her that Qetsiyah is headed for Mystic Falls and neither one of them will stop until they get the cure. Katherine grabs the phone and asks Silas what he wants with her. He says her blood is the cure.

Back at the Salvatore house, Stefan wakes up on the couch. Elena and Damon express to him their happiness he is back, but he looks up at them and says he doesn’t know who they are. (Uh-oh, a little side effect of the spell he wasn’t told about?).

The last scene is of Matt pushing himself across the tile floor of his (?) house, leaving a trail of muddy boot prints. He answers a call from Elena. He says he doesn’t remember talking to her earlier that day, but then lies that he does when she says he sounded different. He quickly hangs up, he checks his pocket and pulls out a bloodied knife. (Who has Gregor whacked?)

Loads of questions as this multi-layered plot continues next week.
Where has Matt been? Will Stefan remember who he is? Will Silas or Qetsiyah be the one get Katherine and the cure first? Will Nadia betray Gregor again? Is Nadia after the cure for Gregor or herself? Will Damon fight destiny to be with Elena? Will we ever get back to Whitmore College and solve the mystery of the roommate killer?

What did you think of this week’s episode?



The Vampire Diaries: ‘True Lies’ – Review

Author: Linda | October 11, 2013 | Comments Off on The Vampire Diaries: ‘True Lies’ – Review

Filed Under: | Candice Accola, Ian Somerhalder, Kat Graham, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Season 5, Spoilers, Steven R. McQueen, The Vampire Diaries, TV Series, Zach Roerig

Warning! Contains Spoilers!

Silas is on the hunt for Katherine and there’s nothing he won’t do to find her.

The second episode of the CW drama, The Vampire Dairies, turned up the suspense volume to high.

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