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Category: Vampire Diaries

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In light of all the new casting additions for “The Vampire Diaries” Season 6, Zap2it went straight to the “TVD” mastermind herself, executive producer Julie Plec, to get all the details on one very important new character: Tripp, played by ‘Eureka’ star Colin Ferguson. Spoiler alert: His presence means big things are coming for Matt Donovan (Zach Roerig).

So what did Plec have to say about this new character?

“Matt Donovan’s never really had a real father figure on the show and we’ve had this basic idea of really wanting a man in Mystic Falls that Matt can look up to,” Plec tells Zap2it. “Now that all the supernatural creatures are stuck outside of Mystic Falls, who are these people that are still living there? This man is running the community protection services, and he’s just trying to teach these young, 18-, 19-, 20-year old guys how they can make something of themselves. It’s nice to see Matt having somebody he can bond with and connect to as he’s kind of the last man standing in a weird way in Mystic Falls.”

For fans who have already started speculating on whether or not Tripp is a new villain, Plec warns that it’s too early to judge him as a character.

“Tripp’s status as a villain or not a villain is not conclusive at this time,” Plec teases. “Tripp’s history is a bit of a mystery but whether he’s a villain or not is not something that is clear. For Matt, I think it’s more about, ‘How important is this town to me? How important is this idea of the town being a safe haven for humans to me? And what happens if or when the magic comes back and the supernaturals are allowed back in? Even though they’re my friends, what will they bring with them?’ Down the road, he’ll have a little bit of a conflict internally in how to deal with that.”

If that sounds like Matt might find himself going up against his supernatural friends in order to protect the town, don’t worry: You’re not alone. But Plec assures us that Matt’s internal conflict won’t drive a wedge between Matt and his friends.

“I don’t think it’s a wedge, because I think it’s honestly a fair point of view for Matt,” Plec says. “I don’t know if he would tackle the guy trying to burst the bubble, the magic bubble, or if he would just be really bummed if it happened. I don’t know yet exactly where Matt draws the line in the sand there, because he’s early in his journey and he’s just finally coming in to his own and finding his role as the community protector. The question will be, how much of a protector will he ultimately have to be?”

And what about Jeremy, another human left standing in magic-free Mystic Falls? Plec reveals that the younger Gilbert won’t be dealing with his girlfriend Bonnie’s death very well.

“The Jeremy that we’re going to see is going to be a little reminiscent of Jeremy in Season 1 that we first met,” Plec says. “He has just been hit with a brick wall of grief, in a way that he will eventually admit is really not cool. Being told by your girlfriend over the phone that she’s not going to make it through the night when she’s been lying to you all along, that’s hardcore emotional stuff to deal with. He’s not going to take it very well. We’re going to have to try to figure out how to get Jeremy back to his senses a bit, even though he’s kind of legitimate in his anger.”

“The Vampire Diaries” Season 6 premieres Thursday, Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

Date: July 23rd | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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Recently TVLine also caught up with executive producer Julie Plec to see how Elena and the Salvatores are coping with that massive Vampire Diaries season finale twist.

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Season 6 premiere episode will be titled “I’ll Remember” and will be a trying time for all of our favorite characters, particularly those left behind to mourn the apparent losses of Damon and Bonnie. (Spoiler alert: Don’t expect any otherworldly reunions in Episode 1.) Read on to find out what Plec had to tell TV Line:

TVLINE | I have to ask: Is there a chance Damon and Bonnie will like where they are? Is it almost heaven-like?
Ooh, well… I can tell you this: Where they are is part of the mystery of the beginning of the season. It’s not torturous, but it’s by no means a roller coaster ride of fun. If nothing else, it’s a bit of an existential experience. [Laughs]

TVLINE | How aware of their new surroundings will they be?
They’ll be aware that they’re no longer where they thought they were — but they’re also not dead, per se. They’ll be asking a lot of questions, along with the audience, including: What’s going on? Where the hell are we? And how do we get home?

TVLINE | Is she [Elena] pulling herself together? What can you say about Elena’s mental state in Season 6?
She’s trying, and I won’t necessarily say she’s succeeding. She’s got some complicated coping mechanisms that are making her be things and do things and act in ways that we wouldn’t normally expect from her.

TVLINE | And how is Stefan coping with the apparent loss of his brother?
Stefan has made some very big choices about how he wants to live his life in the wake of his brother’s death. That’s part of the first round of reveals of where our characters are. Is he off on the top of a mountain talking to a shaman? Is he trying to get answers from a witch about how to fix everything? Is he back to being a ripper? Is he drowning his sorrows at the bottom of a bottle? We’ll see…

With Comic Con on this coming weekend, we should be bombarded with spoilers and info about the upcoming 6th Season early next week, so be sure to check back and keep an eye on our Facebook Page for all the latest info!

Date: July 23rd | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
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With the mass death toll from last seasons finale, Mystic Falls needs some new residents. According to reports there will be 6 new members joining the cast for Season 6.

The Carrie Diaries” hunk Chris Wood has joined another “Diaries”-centric show, TVGuide.com reports. He will play the recurring role of Kai, a “charmingly unstable newcomer with the unsettling ability to seem normal as the situation demands.” Kai is described as the perfect mix of playful and obsessive.

“The Client List’s” Marco James landed the recurring role of Liam, TheWrap reports. Coming from a family of doctors, Liam is described as a “cocky yet good-natured” med student at Whitmore College. He will first appear in the Season 6 premiere. That sounds like someone is getting a new love interest. Any guesses as to which lady (or maybe Luke?) Liam will woo?

“Rectify” alum Jayson Warner Smith has been cast in a recurring role as well, TVLine reports. He will appear in at least two episodes of Season 6 and will play the owner of “a high-end hot rod shop.” Stefan does have a penchant for vintage vehicles … maybe his grief over losing his brother drives him (sorry, had to) to guilt-shop for new cars?

According to EW, “Hit the Floor” star Jodi Lyn O’Keefe will play Jo, “a tough and accomplished doctor at the university hospital. She demands excellence from her students and has learned the hard way that there’s no room for error in her profession.” O’Keefe will first appear in the Season 6 premiere. Will Jo be Liam’s professor, or will one of our favorite vamps take a sudden interest in becoming a doctor?

Emily L. Chang, best known for the “Total Recall” remake along with “Days of Our Lives,” has booked the recurring role of Ivy on the CW show. She is a newcomer in Mystic Falls, and one who on the surface appears to be the sort of young woman that you would find in every small town: Wholesome and good to others. However, this is something a little wild underneath the surface here, and the interesting part of the equation here is when and where that wild side will surface.

Colin Ferguon (Eureka, Haven) has been cast in the role of Tripp, TVLine has confirmed, the head of a community militia who will “do anything to protect his town.” He’ll make his first appearance in The Vampire Diaries‘ sixth season premiere. It seems that Tripp will be in town to give Sheriff Forbes a run for her money.

The Vampire Diaries‘ sixth season premieres Oct. 2 at 8/7c on The CW
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Date: July 21st | Category: Cast, Vampire Diaries
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Gabrielle Walsh has been castin CW’s veteran drama The Vampire Diaries. She will play Sarah, who comes to Mystic Falls with spunk, street smarts and a shady agenda.

The role is possibly recurring and will be introduced in the sixth season premiere on October 2. Walsh, repped by Greene & Associates Talent Agency and Luber Roklin, was most recently seen in Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones.

Date: July 14th | Category: Spoilers, Vampire Diaries
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