Joseph Morgan, Candice Accola
The Vampire Diaries Caroline Forbes' relationship status has gone from "In a Relationship" to "It's Complicated." After Tyler went on the lam, Candice Accola told TVGuide.com that she didn't imagine Caroline thinking, "I'm going to ... get on OKCupid and see what else is out there." Ah, but what if she did?
Klaus (Joseph Morgan) has tried nearly everything to woo Caroline — diamond bracelets, hand-drawn portraits, almost killing her, etc. — why not online dating, too?
Check out Klaus and Caroline's full online dating profiles below. Would you hit either of them up?
When The Vampire Diaries returns on Thursday (8/7c, CW), Damon Salvatore (Ian Salvatore) will be his usual witty self as he tries to persuade Klaus (Joseph Morgan) to help him.
Michael Trevino, Joseph Morgan
How long before Vampire Diaries fans see Tyler Lockwood officially return? It could be a while, says executive producer Julie Plec.
"When Klaus puts his mark on you, you're pretty f---ed," Plec tells TVGuide.com. "So we do not have any plans to bring him back until there is a resolution to his Klaus problem."
Tough times are ahead for The Vampire Diaries's Caroline Forbes.
After Klaus (Joseph Morgan) once again threatened to kill Tyler (Michael Trevino), Caroline (Candice Accola) had to watch as Tyler once again ran away to save his life. But instead of having time to cope with the sad loss, Caroline must also remain strong for Elena (Nina Dobrev) who appears to have lost her brother Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen). How will she handle both?
Is all hope for a Klaus-and-Caroline friendship officially gone?
In one of the most heartbreaking Vampire Diaries scenes, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Tyler (Michael Trevino) were forced to say goodbye — yet again — so that Tyler could leave town before Klaus (Joseph Morgan) could kill him. While it seems this act would be one of many final straws, Morgan says the dynamic between the two is much more complicated than that.
The Vampire Diaries: Who died, who left town and who returned?
"There's always got to be a hint of hope [for them], hasn't there?" Morgan tells TVGuide.com in the video below.
Someone is dying on this week's Vampire Diaries and when we last saw Damon he was in quite the precarious situation. But just how worried should we be?
On Thursday's episode, Elena, Stefan and Rebekah will try to hunt down the cure before Shane gets to it with the help of Bonnie and Jeremy. Damon, meanwhile, is nowhere to be found since he's been kidnapped and tied up by new vampire hunter Vaughn.
The Vampire Diaries' Klaus is getting a little help from his half-sister on the CW pilot The Originals.
Claire Holt, who plays Original vampire Rebekah Mikaelson on The Vampire Diaries, will reprise her role for the upcoming...
Will the search for the cure on The Vampire Diaries unite Elena with her former boyfriend Stefan and arch-nemesis Rebekah? And is a certain doppelganger making her return?
The CW has released two new promo posters that are not only typically hot and sexy, but also hold little hints as to what's to come.
The Vampire Diaries' Graham: Bonnie and Kol's run-in is one of her most intense scenes yet
Kat Graham and Nathaniel Buzolic
The Vampire Diaries' Elena (Nina Dobrev) has decided the only way to un-compel Damon (Ian Somerhalder) from wanting to kill Jeremy (Steven McQueen) is to kill Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic). (Incidentally, he's also standing in their way of the cure.) But when the task falls on Bonnie (Kat Graham), she's left in a dangerous situation.
"This is the first scene that Bonnie and Kol have had together and it's honestly one of the most intense scenes I've had with one other person since I don't know when," Graham tells us in this week's Vampire Diaries Bite.
Since his introduction in Season 2, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) has been very much positioned as a villain in The Vampire Diaries — at least in the eyes of the Mystic Falls gang. The audience, on the other hand, has always found the Original so charming that we're usually willing to forgive him for whatever his evil doings (though his murder of Mayor Lockwood was a true test of any such sympathies).
He's gotten so empathetic that even...