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'Secret Circle' Canceled!!

on Tuesday, 08 May 2012 15:05. Posted in In the Media

Just as Charles was about to go 'dark, cool, dangerous as hell' and possibly have...

The Secret Circle EP Andrew Miller didn’t know his show was being canceled this morning when he phoned EW to talk about last night’s season finale and tease where a second season would take the witches of Chance Harbor if they were granted one. Below, you can read where the characters were headed. /// Read more EW.COM >>

Vampires in Love

on Monday, 27 February 2012 00:37. Posted in In the Media

Fans of The CW's hit drama can't get enough of the sexy love triangle between two undead brothers and one very lucky mortal girl. We talked to the cast and creators about what's next for Damon, Stefan, and Elena. Plus: Meet the ''shippers'' -- TV's weirdest (and most devoted) fan. By Nuzhat Naoreen

On a fast-moving supernatural series that prides itself on shocking deaths, surprising resurrections, and gruesome special effects, a simple 15-second kiss managed to spark some of the biggest fandemonium yet. The romantic tension between The Vampire Diaries' lead characters Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) had been building over two years and 53 episodes. Then, last month, executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec finally decided to give fans what they had been clamoring for since the very first season: a proper kiss. To pull it off, they knew it had to be organic — not just for the characters and the story, but for the show's two very vocal and very divided fan bases: those who wanted Elena to rekindle her eternal flame with vampire soul mate Stefan (Paul Wesley), and those who were dying to see her take the next step with Stefan's undead older brother, Damon. ''It's one of those things that you want to be able to defend,'' explains Williamson, who says the kiss was intended to thank Damon and Elena fans for watching and waiting. ''But even more importantly, you'd rather not defend it. You want it to feel real and right and natural by all the audience.'' READ MORE on EW.com >>  ///  Original article by Nuzhat Naoreen for EW.com | Feb 10, 2012

CW renews 'The Vampire Diaries.'

on Thursday, 03 May 2012 14:57. Posted in In the Media

Excellent news for fans of those hot bloodsuckers on the CW: The network has picked up a fourth season of The Vampire Diaries.

The CW also gave a thumbs-up to an eighth season of Supernatural and a fifth year of 90210. The network has already picked up another installment of America’s Next Top Model.

No word yet on the future of some of CW’s other shows, like Gossip Girl, Ringer, or Nikita. The CW will present its fall lineup to advertisers later this month in New York.

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TVD on EW Cover

on Thursday, 09 February 2012 16:48. Posted in In the Media

1194coverthreeThis Week's Cover: 'The Vampire Diaries' stars talk about the red-hot Damon-Elena-Stefan triangle

Somehow, for a series packed with vampires, werewolves, witches, hybrids (and yes, even the occasional ghost), it’s a love triangle between two undead brothers, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley), and one very mortal girl, Elena (Nina Dobrev), that gets The Vampire Diaries fans the most riled up. (And judging from the chemistry in our cover photos, it’s not hard to see why. Check out collectors’ covers No. 2 and 3 after the jump.)

When executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec decided that they were finally ready for bad-boy Damon to share a legitimate kiss with Elena — after more than two years of buildup — they knew it would have to satisfy two avid fan bases: those who wanted to see Elena

get with Damon, and those who were still holding out hope for her to work things out with soul mate, Stefan. READ MORE ON EW.COM >>  ///  Original article by Nuzhat Naoreen for Entertainment Weekly Magazine.