The Vampire Diaries addressed the emotional season-five finale with humor at Comic-Con.
With Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) in purgatory(?), how and when the duo will return to Mystic Falls has been the big question. Instead of fielding dozens of questions during the 45-minute Saturday afternoon session, The CW vampire drama debuted a spoof dealing with just that subject.
Damon and Elena are off again on The Vampire Diaries -- and it's not going to get any better.
"One of the best scenes [last week] was when Damon said, 'I don't want to look at you, I don't want to hear your voice and I definitely don't want to be your friend.' It was just so heartbreaking," said executive producer Caroline Dries at a recent screening.
Paul Wesley is making moves behind-the-camera with his directorial debut on The Vampire Diaries.
It isn't rare for a star on a popular, long-running show to direct down the line, but Wesley marks the first member of The CW drama's core cast to do so. For the 31-year-old actor, directing seemed a natural progression for his career.
Three words to describe The Vampire Diaries session at PaleyFest: ear-piercing screams.
The three main stars of The CW's vampire drama, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley, returned to the PaleyFest stage Saturday evening fielding multiple questions about the series-long love triangle and selfie requests (but mostly the latter) from a crowd of 2,600 at the Dolby Theatre, made up of the show's core demographic (teenage girls and twentysomething women).
The CW has handed out early renewals to five of its biggest hits.
Returning for the 2014-15 broadcast season are veterans Arrow, The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural as well as rookies The Originals and Reign, the network announced Thursday. Arrow will be back for its third season, Vampire Diaries its sixth and Supernatural will hit season No. 10.