The Originals' Rebekah and Klaus are about to go through living Hell.
At the end of the last episode, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) had been taken by the new band of witches, dead set on exacting their revenge. From the first minute of Tuesday's episode (8/7c, The CW), the two are in dire circumstances, separated, and being tortured. What unravels is not for the faint of heart.
Matthew Rhys, Justin Chambers, Neil Patrick Harris
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What's the state of Phillip and Elizabeth's marriage when The Americans returns? — June
Well, I may forgo watching the premiere with my parents since it features a scene that shows some pretty intense sexual wrestling between Phillip and Elizabeth. In other words, they're doing OK. "They're ready to be married," executive producer Joel Fields tells me. "What they're going to discover is having been fake-married for a long time, real marriage is not an easy thing. When you have two kids, there's family to contend with. Add to that their work is life-and-death and the future of mankind hangs in the balance, there's a little bit of pressure for them."
It's been far too long since we got Grey's Anatomy scoop! — Tai
Unfortunately, I come bearing bad news...
Candice Accola and Paul Wesley
Are The Vampire Diaries Caroline and Tyler over for good? And is there even hope for a friendship?
Although Tyler (Michael Trevino) was the one to walk away from the relationship, Caroline (Candice Accola) committed the ultimate act of betrayal by sleeping with his mortal enemy, Klaus (Joseph Morgan). With the cat out of the bag, and Tyler sure that he wants nothing to do with her, Caroline walked into this episode's Bitter Ball and shredded remnants of both men.
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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's The Vampire Diaries. Read at your own risk!]
"Of course it worked, I'm Katherine Pierce."
In true Vampire Diaries fashion, the milestone 100th episode ended with a huge twist. Just moments away from death, Katherine (Nina Dobrev) decided to use the Travellers' spell on her doppelganger Elena allowing her to live another day.
Nina Dobrev, Kat Graham, Candice Accola
Which of Elena's The Vampire Diaries kills made Nina Dobrev feel like a bad ass? Whose script does Kat Graham have framed? What moment from Season 2 does Candice Accola call epic? The stars of the CW drama are sharing these answers and more.
Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder
Death, love, heartbreak, flashbacks, body switches, resurrections — a lot has happened in 100 episodes of The Vampire Diaries.
When the CW series premiered in September 2009, viewers were introduced to protagonist Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev), a journal-writing high school teen who had just lost her parents. Soon she fell for Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley), who she thought was the brooding new guy in school. In reality, he was a century-old vampire captivated by her, a girl who looked exactly like his one-time love, Katherine Pierce (Dobrev), who is also a vampire. Stefan had also just returned from his hometown of Mystic Falls where he reunited with his brother Damon (Ian Somerhalder) after spending decades away.
The Vampire Diaries EP Caroline Dries: Enzo becomes the devil on Damon's shoulder
Joseph Morgan, Candice Accola
Klaus Mikaelson is returning to Mystic Falls, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The Originals' Klaus (Joseph Morgan) will cross over onto The Vampire Diaries for the first time since he exited the series in the Season 4 finale. As part of his goodbye — and in one of our favorite scenes of all time! — Klaus told Caroline (Candice Accola) that her boyfriend Tyler (Michael Trevino) was free to return to Mystic Falls. He then added, "He's your first love. I intend to be your last."
Well now that Tyler and Caroline have pretty much called it quits, has Klaus returned for another go at getting Caroline to give in to his love? Reps for CW and Warner Bros. TV had no comment.
Michael Trevino and Joseph Morgan
Did you enjoy the hot hybrid battle on Tuesday's Originals? (We did!) Now you can go behind the scenes to see how the sequence was created.
Originals' Michael Trevino on Getting Revenge: Tyler absolutely has it in him to kill Hayley
After Tyler (Michael Trevino) set foot in the Big Easy, he came face-to-face with his greatest enemy, Klaus (Joseph Morgan). It wasn't long before the Original hybrid threw out every emotional dagger, including his break-up with Caroline (Candice Accola) and the death of his mother, leading Tyler to fight back. See how it was all done here.
Michael Trevino, Joseph Morgan
Tyler Lockwood has said his goodbyes to Mystic Falls and is heading on down to the Big Easy.
From sire bond to mortal enemies, the relationship between The Vampire Diaries' Tyler (Michael Trevino) and Klaus (Joseph Morgan) took a sharp turn when Klaus killed Tyler's mom last season. Tyler attempted revenge, but when his plans went awry he was forced to leave town. But Klaus had one weak spot — Caroline (Candice Accola) — and allowed Tyler to come back so that his love could be happy. With the damage already done and his path for vengeance ignited, Tyler ultimately chose seeking redemption over his girlfriend, college and a chance at a (somewhat) normal life. On Tuesday's episode of The Originals (8/7, The CW)— the first of the two shows crossing over —Tyler will face the Original baddie once again.
Nina Dobrev, Rick Cosnett, Candice Accola
Someone on the Whitmore College campus is covering up a vampire murder and we have a pretty good idea who that is.
The Vampire Diaries Season 5 Premiere: Who died?
On this week's Vampire Diaries, viewers will meet the mysterious Dr. Wesley Maxfield (Rick Cosnett), a brilliant professor who's clearly hiding a dark and dangerous secret. Caroline (Candice Accola) and Elena's (Nina Dobrev) suspicions about their teacher are further confirmed when fellow student Jesse (Kendrick Sampson) shares some intriguing information.