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Category: Spoilers

As we recently reported, Steve McQueen has decided to move on from the Vampire Diaries. His last episode will air on Feb 12 and thanks to People we have what could possibly be his last photo in Mystic Falls.

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The episode, “Stay,” will have Elena (Nina Dobrev) putting on a brave face as she reminisces with her brother about their past and their time spent in Mystic Falls before he leaves for art school. Meanwhile, Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Caroline (Candice Accola) grow ever closer as the two prepare the Forbes family cabin so that Caroline’s mother, Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre), can live out her final days in comfort.

Later, a confrontation with Enzo (Michael Malarkey) leads Jeremy to question his decision to leave Mystic Falls after all. The sure-to-be-heartbreaking episode (what else is new for TVD?) will also see Caroline rushing to her mother’s side after finding out she’s taken a turn for the worse.

Date: January 30th | Category: Photos, Spoilers, Vampire Diaries
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Recently both Julie Plec and Caroline Dries spoke with Collider recently and spoke about bringing Damon & Elena back to the same page, getting rid of the other side and just how much longer the show may go.

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Just when you finally get Elena and Damon almost back on the same page again, Kai gets in the middle of them. What can you say about how that will play out?

DRIES: Kai has a very specific need for Elena, which is that he has absorbed magic from the Traveler spell, and that’s way more magic than he’s ever had rippling through his veins. His goal, which he’s made very clear from day one, is to merge with Jo. But what he comes to realize is that he’s never had this much magic before, so what if he touches Jo and she eviscerates. So, he’s trying to learn how to hone his magic, and he’s using Elena as a crash test dummy because she can’t really die and he can keep at it. And Damon wonders, “Where the heck is my gal? She never showed up. What’s going on?” So, he makes it his mission to find her. As they finally do come face to face and reconnect, we get to play at the story that would have happened, if Kai hadn’t grabbed her. We show the beginning stages of the Damon-Elena relationship that we’ve never seen before, with beats of them trying to figure out where to go to dinner, what to do on a date, and really simple, human things that we’ve actually never gotten to witness in their relationship. It’s a story that reminds us why we love the Damon and Elena relationship. It reminds us that it’s a simple love story.

Was one of the advantages of taking those memories away the fact that it could allow Elena to find her own inner strength again?

DRIES: Yeah. As a feminist, I think you never want to have your characters defined by the relationships that they’re in, and it did give her a chance to be a sophomore in college without a boyfriend. She didn’t get that before. Who is she, as a student? Who does she want to be when she grows up, even though she’s never going to grow up? What are her career aspirations? Who is she besides Damon’s girlfriend, and besides being the object of his eye? It was fun to just see Elena as a growing woman.

Can Damon and Elena ever have more than one moment of happiness together, before it all blows up in their face?

DRIES: No, and that’s what you’ll find out. Their attempts are pretty funny. Their attempts at planning a date and the scenario it’s all happening in is so chaotic. But then, they remember to take these moments and really appreciate that they have each other. It actually hangs a lantern on how special they are to each other, when they only have these glimpses to be together.

During the panel you guys mentioned that we’re going to see Elena and Damon happy for a bit, but sort of the nature of the show is that’s probably not going to last too long. Talk a little bit about striking the balance where fans get to have their moment and see their favorite characters happy without losing the drama.

PLEC: I think because every other relationship is in a tumultuous place right now being able to take one couple and allow them some happiness will be fun. It will be fun. I always talk about Meredith and Derrick from Grey’s Anatomy, and I loved them the most when they sort of opened and closed each episode with them in bed, happy with each other, and you didn’t need to insert extra conflict into them, because there was plenty of conflict in the show. So they were this port in the storm of conflict.

Bonnie and Damon never liked each other, until they were really forced to depend on and be there for each other. And Caroline and Stefan gradually developed such a beautiful friendship that viewers just wanted to see more and more of. When did you start to realize that you could take both of those relationships in the way that you have?

DRIES: We saw the Caroline and Stefan one a few seasons ago, when he was teaching her how to control her vampirism. She kind of replaced Lexi in his life. She became that girl that would talk back to him, but there wasn’t a love chemistry between them. They were just friends. Now, she’s growing up and she’s realizing what she’s looking for in a partner, and Stefan has all of those qualities because he’s a really great, awesome guy, and it’s harder for her to just be friends with him, as she’s made clear. With the Damon-Bonnie thing, they’ve just always worked as not liking each other. They’re just the Bickersons, and that’s their dynamic, period. But when we decided that it was time for Bonnie to have to make this sacrifice and get whisked off, who better to put her with than the person she doesn’t want to be with, and vice versa for Damon. And then, all of a sudden, this great chemistry emerged. They still bickered the whole time that they were in the prison world, but you saw that they really care about each other. Damon’s arc will be, “How do I get my friend back?” He doesn’t even admit that he’s her friend, but we all know that he has a soft spot for her now. Fans want them to get together, but we’re going to keep it platonic. There’s just a deep friendship there. Damon has spent more time with Bonnie, on screen, than he’s spent with Alaric or the sheriff, or any of his other buddies. It’s probably the most earned friendship on the show. It was really defined when Kai came into it because the dynamic of that triangle is, “I can make fun of my family, but you can’t make fun of my family.”

With everything Bonnie has experienced in the prison world, how will that change her, if/when she ever gets back to her friends?

DRIES: We’re going to see Bonnie continue to try to adjust to life in the prison world. She tried to have Christmas, and it just made things worse for her. She’s going to have a birthday in the prison world, which is going to be worse. She’s really going to hit rock bottom before she pulls herself up by the bootstraps and says, “You know what? Let me get out of here!” She will finally find her way back, and it will come at the perfect time for our friends, who are in need of a friend rejuvenation and beautiful reunion. So, she comes back and is emotionally scarred from it. She doesn’t want to admit to that. She just wants to be like, “Great, I’m back! Let’s do this! Here are the clothes I left behind. Here’s my music. Let’s go to a party!” But, that’s not how reality actually works. She is scarred by it, and it will be a big issue for her. That feeling of being left behind is something where she’s like, “Never again!” That’s her motto.

What do you get out of writing for the same actors for this long?

PLEC: It’s perfect. TV writing, for me at least, is half original voice and half an embodiment and a representation of the spirit of the actors you’re writing for. Because they’re the ones – when you create the character you’ve got nobody in your head, or you’ve got like, Jennifer Lawrence, in your head. And then they come in and fill the role, so you’re listing to their voice, and meters, and patterns, and seeing what makes them sparkle and what their sweet spot is, and the more episodes you do the more you find yourself writing right into that pocket for them, and the more you get to know them, the more you write them in your head as well. So it’s a perfect way to feel comfortable with a character long term, because it’s a symbiotic relationship between the fictional character and the actor portraying the fictional character – at least for me. I like to delve into both of their worlds.

This show has passed the point that most shows never get to, with six seasons now and the renewal for a seventh. How much longer do you see it going?

DRIES: Every year, I’m like, “I don’t have any more ideas!” And then, we’ll think of something like Elena compelling Damon away and Kai, and there’s a whole season, right there. So, I’m going into Season 7 with that mind-set. We’ll think about it and, hopefully, we’ll strike gold again. We work with 10 really, really, really smart writers with big brains and a lot of ideas, so somebody has gotta think of something. Julie [Plec] would never let the show drive itself into the ground. If we’re out of ideas and we’re honest about it, we’ll end the show.

How do you balance between having a long term story plan and knowing where your headed, but also taking things as they come and letting the story open up naturally?

PLEC: Yeah, you always open up as you go, because you can get in the middle of a storyline that you thought was going to be great and whether you made a bad casting decision or the other writers just didn’t latch onto it, it can kind of fizzle and then you have to find your way out of it faster than you want to. There’s a lot of storylines over the years where you feel like it’s maybe meant to be more important than it ends up being, and that’s because we jump ship and you gracefully extricate yourself from that as well as you can.

You can read the full interview with Julie Plec HERE and the full interview with Caroline Dries HERE

Date: January 28th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Spoilers, Vampire Diaries
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EW.com recently sat down with Vampire Diaries executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries to talk about what’s coming up for our favorite Mystic Falls residents.

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Kai might finally have magic, but that doesn’t mean he knows what he’s doing. In kidnapping Elena, Kai is certainly “trying to stick it to Damon,” according to Plec, but the twist is that Kai doesn’t really know what he’s doing. “He’s never had his own [magic] for any extended period of time, so he needs target practice,” Plec said. But he’s not the only one. Dries added that Jo is also struggling with getting back in touch with her magic. “She’s like, ‘Ah, I suck at this!’ And then Kai’s like, ‘Ah, I suck at this!’ He has too much, she has too little, and they’re both trying to, in their corners, figure it out.”

Kai’s magic is limited. “There’s not a proverbial ticking clock but at a certain point, that magic will drain out of his body,” Plec said. “But there’s a lot there, so our heroes kind of don’t really know how long they’re going to have to deal with him this powerful, which is why Jo is trying very hard to train and work herself so that she could actually take him on in a merge in hopes that, by that point his power will have diminished enough that she might have a shot at it.”
There will be a merge, and it won’t be pretty. “It’s pretty upsetting, it’s pretty big,” teased Plec when talking about the upcoming merge. “If Liv and Luke have to merge, then Tyler could lose Liv or Liv could lose her brother, so that’s horrible,” Plec added. “If Kai and Jo merge, then either the villain defeats Alaric’s girlfriend or Jo miraculously comes out victorious and that’s all good, but then there’s all kinds of consequences attached to that, so there’s really no happy ending. Jo beating Kai would be the happy ending, I suppose, but she’s really not that ready for it.”

And just to clarify, if Kai were to beat Jo, he would become a “true working witch,” according to Plec.
Elena could get her memories back, though she probably won’t anytime soon. Plec and Dries agreed that there is a possibility for Elena’s memories to return, but it’s not on the books in the near future. “I think the fun of that story actually is the fact that she kind of can’t get them back so it’s like realizing oh the feelings are inside you whether or not you get rid of them through compulsion,” Dries said, with Plec adding, “There’s no magic switch that we’re just going to come up with a loophole for.”

Could Liz Forbes become a vampire? “That’s the question,” Plec said. “Can you take someone dying of cancer and what happens if you were to turn them into a vampire? And that’s one of the experiments that Caroline is going to be pondering in her head. That happens right away, right when we get back we’ll see the medical miracle solutions that Caroline is exploring to try to help her mom and the consequences of all of it.”

Caroline will lean on Stefan during this difficult time. Caroline’s situation with her mother will strengthen Stefan and Caroline’s relationship, mostly due to the fact that he “gives her a shoulder to cry on that she really needs,” Plec said. But, that doesn’t mean we won’t see a darker side to Caroline. “This is a girl who’s always completely in control and she’s really struggling with how to look her mom in the face and help her mom through this hard time with the lack of control she has over the situation,” Plec said. “She’s quickly realizing that there’s probably nothing that she’s going to be able to do that’s going to work.”
Poor Sarah Salvatore just wants to take photos. A photographer at Duke, Sarah Salvatore has no idea what her life is about to become. But because Enzo is still being “an overall shit,” as Plec put it, he’s quickly going to realize that the way to get at Stefan is through using Sarah. “Her life is going to be flipped upside down,” Dries said. But could it end up in romance?

There’s hope for Bonnie and Damon. We know that Bonnie is set to return, but what we don’t know is when—she’s not in tonight’s hour—and how her experience will have changed her. “Bonnie comes back with a load of baggage,” Plec said. “She was alone for a really long time. She got a little depressed.” And with Steven R. McQueen’s exit from the show, things aren’t looking good for the once happy couple. The good news? Damon and Bonnie’s friendship remains intact. According to Plec, “They missed each other!”

Date: January 23rd | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Spoilers, Vampire Diaries
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“Teen Wolf” fans and followers should be prepared for plenty of action that would sure to leave viewers at the edge of their seats, reports Enstarz.

Since the series is just several months away from airing on TV, the actors of the widely-followed supernatural drama are now preparing to start filming again.

“Teen Wolf” has been very high on action scenes which endear it to fans and there will be more of the same kind during the fifth season.

Actor Linden Ashbey who plays Sheriff Stilinski says that he does not have a sword in the TV series but he knows that there will be a ton of action in it. The sheriff is also not planning on using the katana of Kira Yukimura, played by Arden Cho, but he says that he is ready to get back on the set and can hardly wait for the filming to start.

The story of the mother of Malia Tate, played by Shelley Hennig, the Desert Wolf, will be one of the main intrigues in Season 5 as well as the mystery surrounding Deputy Jordan Parrish and what kind of supernatural being he is.

Season 5 shall kick off with the episode titled “Creatures of the Night” where vampires and werewolves will be featured as denizens of the night.

The season premiere will focus on Derek Hale’s, played by Tyler Hoechlin, newfound power and the growing role of Scott McCall, played by Tyler Posey, as the True Alpha.

While the main storyline has yet to be announced for “Teen Wolf” Season 5, the producers and actors of the series promise to give viewers the excitement and the satisfaction they deserve in terms of suspense entertainment.

Other members of the cast of “Teen Wolf” Season 5 include Dylan O’Brien as Stiles Stilinski, Holland Roden as Lydia Martin, and Dylan Sprayberry as Liam Dunbar.

Writer Jeff Davis also disclosed that scripts are now rolling in pretty nicely for the fifth season of “Teen Wolf” but he does not want to share so many details lest fans get too much spoilers. But he hinted however that this season would have more complex mythology.

Tyler Posey said that Season 5 would be very different because they haven’t done such in the previous four seasons of “Teen Wolf.”

Dylan Sprayberry meanwhile disclosed in a recent interview that his character Liam will get a love interest on Season 5. He also added that the upcoming season will also see of the growing friendship between Liam and Mason.

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Date: January 20th | Category: Cast, Executive Producers, Interviews, Spoilers, Teen Wolf
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