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Category: Spoilers



TVLine spoke with executive producer Julie Plec about how the premiere’s twists will shape the rest of the season

But first, a quick recap: Damon, Bonnie and Alaric returned from their European bender — where Damon nearly let Bonnie die in order to get Elena back — to find that their home is now under the control of Lily and her “family” of Heretics. Damon chose a direct approach to the problem, ripping out beloved Heretic Malcolm’s heart, while Alaric chose to celebrate his return by visiting Jo… at the morgue.

Meanwhile, Caroline and Stefan’s attempt to eliminate the Heretics (did somebody order a bomb?) totally backfired, as Lily’s “children” not only survived the blast, but also ate most of Matt’s fellow police academy graduates. And although Caroline came clean to Stefan about how “happy” he makes her, that happiness was tragically short-lived; Enzo chose to side with Lily, kidnapping Ms. Forbes in the process.

Lastly, a three-year flash-forward revealed that Damon — who apparently decides to hibernate in Brooklyn until Elena wakes up — and Stefan are being hunted by a mysterious crossbow-wielding lunatic. Must be Thursday!
Below, Plec explains the premiere’s biggest twists (WTF, Enzo?!) and teases what the rest of Season 7 holds:

TVLINE | Is the plan to catch up to the three-year jump by the end of the season?
Yes, that’s the plan — probably about three-quarters of the way through the season, actually.

TVLINE | So you must have everything pretty well mapped out.
Oh, yes. The thing about flash-forwards is that you do your best to map everything out at the beginning, because if you screw up, you’re stuck with it forever. We laid out the broad strokes of what we wanted to do and what little surprises we wanted to drop along the way. But we’ve also made some new discoveries in doing that; characters who perhaps weren’t going to live to see three years from now are now alive in their own flash-forwards. [Laughs] It’s good for our actors to know they might survive the time jump.

TVLINE | Let’s talk about that woman coming after Damon and Stefan with the crossbow. Is she someone we know? Someone we’re going to meet?
That’s Stephen Amell in drag. [Laughs] I can’t say, but a lot of people have told me their theories and there have been a couple doozies. I think it’s more fun to keep people guessing.

TVLINE | I loved hearing Caroline tell Stefan that he makes her happy. How close are we to getting a label on that relationship?
This year’s going to be a very peculiar year for their relationship. They’re definitely committed to trying to make it work, and if any two people can achieve what they set out to do, I think it’s them. But there are going to be a lot of curveballs thrown their way over the first part of the season that they’re going to have to wrap their heads around and circumvent in order to remain committed and happy.

TVLINE | So it’s mostly external forces getting in the way for them?
Yeah, some pretty bananas external forces, truth be told. Next week, we get the first glimpse of one of them.

TVLINE | Speaking of Caroline, Enzo kidnapping her seems to imply he’s made his choice. Is he officially a bad guy?
I don’t know if he’s officially a bad guy; he’s someone who’s always been on the fringe, looking for a tribe. He’s chosen Lily and her tribe because she’s the one person who’s been consistently warm and caring towards him. As the person who sired him, he feels this loyalty to her that he’s having a hard time shaking.

TVLINE | So we might see him playing both sides for a bit?
He’s definitely made his allegiance clear, but ultimately, he’s going to have to ask himself, “Is my allegiance to this crazy group of people, or is it to Lily? And if it is to Lily, why?” He’ll be faced with some interesting questions about why he cares so much.

TVLINE | The Heretics are clearly pissed about Malcolm. Who should we be most concerned about in terms of them seeking revenge?
I think you need to be a little bit worried about everyone. The question is: Now that Damon has acted out, what will Lily do to punish him? Will she punish him directly? As we’ve seen, Enzo made a move on her behalf to punish Caroline, so I think everybody’s going to have to watch their back as we head into next week.

TVLINE | Elena’s presence was definitely felt in the premiere. As the season goes on, will that let up, or will she always be there in spirit?
She’s always going to be present, emotionally and spiritually, but we won’t spend every episode going down that path about how much Damon misses her, or how different the world is without her. But she will be very much a part of the narrative, the existence of her, specifically as it relates to Damon’s journey and what he has to do to survive the next 22,000 days.

TVLINE | That scene with Alaric at the morgue was chilling. Is he headed to a dark place?
It’s headed to a place that’s equal parts dark and weird and sad and beautiful and hopeful and tragic. [Laughs] Really, any good Vampire Diaries adjective you can throw into the mix applies here.

TVLINE | Lastly, when Candice King first announced her pregnancy, a lot of fans jumped to the conclusion of a Stefan/Caroline baby. Was that ever a thought for you?
We had so many thoughts that were kind of hilarious, the first being: How are we going to create good story if Caroline never comes out from behind her enormous handbag? Or, can we get her an Olivia Pope coat? But I think the decision that we made about how to address and/or not address the pregnancy is very interesting. The fans will be intrigued to see how we either disguise it or embrace it, and that’s really all I can say.

Date: October 9th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Spoilers, Vampire Diaries
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Season seven of The CW’s The Vampire Diaries will find Caroline Forbes still grieving over the death of her mother and attempting to get her life back together. At the 2015 San Diego Comic Con during roundtable interviews, Candice Accola explained where we’ll be picking up with Caroline as the new season begins on October 8th. “Her main goal is to keep a friendship with Stefan and to distract herself. She’s trying to also combat the heretics and Lily and she’s very involved in that drama. We’re going to see how the town of Mystic Falls gets to be where it is, which we got a glimpse of at the end of season six. So, Caroline will be very busy.”

As to the question on Vampire Diaries fans’ minds – what’s going to happen this coming season between Caroline and Stefan (played by Paul Wesley) – Candice had this to say: “It will definitely a little bit more challenging than Caroline anticipated to figure out what kind of ‘ship’ she has with Stefan, whether it’s a friendship or a relationship. So we’re going to see her struggle being able to play it cool.”

What we likely won’t be seeing is Caroline following in her mother’s footsteps. “I don’t see Caroline putting on a badge anytime soon, but who knows? Maybe they’ve got bigger plans down the line. But I know we’re going to see that Matt is more the one who’s falling in line and taking over for Sheriff Forbes, which is nice,” revealed Accola. “We know how long the show has been on, but it’s nice to see the characters’ evolution as well, that he’s kind of becoming grown up and representing the humans of Mystic Falls in such a new way.”

We also won’t be seeing Caroline reuniting with Klaus on The Originals, according to Accola. “Not at this point,” said Accola, laughing. “I don’t know if Caroline would want to go visit Klaus but I know everyone else wants her to. But at this point, no.”

This upcoming season will find new characters introduced including some who will get Caroline’s attention. “Caroline will definitely have some very fun interactions with the heretics and the women that are gathered around Lily. It kind of reminds me a little bit when Caroline met Rebekah, and she’s definitely got her guard up and her nose up a little bit to who these women are,” said Accola.

But, unfortunately, there won’t be much interaction between Caroline and Bonnie (played by Kat Graham) as season seven unfolds. “At this point, Caroline and Bonnie will be focused on taking care of themselves independently. Bonnie’s working to maintain her friendship with Damon while that obviously has a little bit of a strain on it considering that Elena’s life is tethered to Bonnie being alive,” offered Accola. “Caroline’s more focused on trying to mend her broken heart from her mother’s death. So, they’re together in the bigger spectrum of things but as we come into season seven that’s where they’ll be independently.”


Date: August 19th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Spoilers, Vampire Diaries
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For fans eagerly awaiting new details about “iZombie” season 2, particularly on Liv (Rose McIver) and Major’s (Robert Buckley) relationship, we’ve got this for you!


With Liv’s (Rose McIver) secret finally out, could Major (Robert Buckley) accept her? Well, it won’t be that easy, and he’ll definitely have a lot of obstacles to get through before we get there. But there’s still hope, Diane Ruggiero-Wright says! Yes, yes, yes, Liv and Major for the win.

How will Liv be different this season?
I think the first season was so much about keeping her secret, and now this season is like the fall out from everybody knowing about her secret. So theres a lot of her having to contend with that and things changing as a result of that — relationships kind of being defined, and there’s going to be a new pressure on her. The first season, the pressure was solving crimes and there’s going to be new, more active, pressure on her. I can’t be specific about it, but it’s going to be her in a preventing crimes mode, also.

Is there hope for Liv & Major?
There better be! How could you not? We lucked out when we cast Lowell (Bradley James), because he can compete with Buckley and the Major character. I really think that there is potential for them. We’re not very schmuck-baity, and if they’re broken apart, it’s not going to be like, every week they have a fight and then they break up. We’re not the type to just jerk people around. If they end, they end and then they get back together, it’ll be for a good reason. There’s hope, definitely.

And Major’s going to be a lot different this season, obviously.
And he’s going to get even more different. There’s a lot of changes for him. The Major storyline is one that I’m most proud of and that Rob [Thomas], I think to his credit, was talking about from the very beginning. Buckley had played a lot of the pretty roles — people didn’t know he was a good actor, [and] that he had this other side to him: he’s funny as hell and he can have an edge to him. He has range, and people look at him and they see eyebrows and abs, and they don’t realize that. When you have someone who is so compelling, you can push the envelope with him into territories where people are like, ‘Do I like him? I think I like him.’ There are definitely a lot of interesting things coming with him.

But how does he feel about Liv at the beginning on season 2?
In the beginning, he’s pissed. His life was completely upended in so many ways. He has all this stuff on himself that he feels she could have alleviated him of, and that’s not an easy thing to get over. He still has a legitimate gripe, and it’s going to take a little bit for him to get past it, rightfully, so we’re going to be honest about it.

And you’ll talk about a possible sex life with them?
Yes, that’s a big part of it.

How’s Blaine has a human?
He’s going to eat a lot of good food . . . it’s not going to break his stride. He will continue business, and will be branching out in bigger and better ways. Blaine is still going to be a formable entity. We have such good ‘big bads’ on our show. I think the dark side [of being a zombie], provided him with opportunities he didn’t have as a human, but I don’t think he enjoyed it just because of what happens to you when you eat the brains has such an affect on your life, it’s just not worth it.

Any new guest stars this season?
We just hired [Robert] Nepper as Blaine’s dad, which we’re very excited about. I’m sure we’ll have some party down, Veronica Mars alumni. Adam Rose who is Max, who I love. We’ll definitely have people that people will be excited about.


Date: August 19th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, iZombie, Spoilers
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In the new episode 10 official synopsis: Scott and the pack will face what may be their biggest threat yet. Press release number 2: With both lives and friendships on the verge of being destroyed, Scott and his pack are going to face their greatest enemy yet.

Date: August 19th | Category: Promos, Spoilers, Teen Wolf
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