Did The Vampire Diaries' Alaric Saltzman just turn into the town's biggest threat?
For weeks, a mysterious serial killer has been targeting members of the original founding family. Thursday's episode revealed that a similar string of murders took place in the early 1912's and that one of the show's central characters, Alaric (Matt Davis), may be the culprit. Meredith initially suspected Alaric, which proved absurd to everyone else in Mystic Falls. However, after Elena read an old Gilbert journal, she deduced that Alaric could be the one unconsciously carrying out the murders because his ring could be cursed.
The Vampire Diaries is back from winter hiatus tonight with major flashbacks and some serious suspicions about Meredith's deadly habits, so we thought it was time to check in with our resident vampire hunter, Matt Davis, to see what's up with Alaric's always messed-up love life and his on-again, off-again hatred for a certain Salvatore.
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Just because Stefan is returning from the dark side on The Vampire Diaries, that doesn't mean Damon is out of the running for Elena's heart.
After Damon (Ian Somerhalder) finally locked lips — for keeps, this time — with Elena (Nina Dobrev), he begrudgingly stepped aside once his brother Stefan (Paul Wesley) began to show emotion again. Despite Damon's insistence that he's better off as the bad guy, executive producer Julie Plec tells TVGuide.com that he has not given up.
On Saturday's red carpet before for the show's PaleyFest event, which was moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Debra Birnbaum, Plec dished on all things Damon-Elena-Stefan, Alaric's future and the Originals' next challenge. Plus: Find out why the upcoming season finale made her cry...
Most Vampire Diaries fans want Elena (Nina Dobrev) to be with either Damon (Ian Somerhalder) or Stefan (Paul Wesley), but Matt Davis thinks there's room for a third possible pairing: Elena and Alaric.
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Who's the biggest jokester on The Vampire Diaries set and which cast member is mostly likely to be caught at the craft service table? TVGuide.com caught up with star Nina Dobrev who joined us for a little game of Vampire Diaries superlatives.
While Dobrev was torn between Ian Somerhalder and Matt Davis as the cast clown, she had no hesitation in admitting she can usually be found between takes prowling the snacks table. (Those must be some healthy snacks in order to get this magazine cover.)
Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley
With three episodes left and a full moon rising, The Vampire Diaries prepares to close its sophomore season by upping the stakes. Thursday's episode of the CW drama (at 8/7c) — titled "The Last Day" — is the precursor to the long-awaited ritual that may create a new race of vampire-werewolf hybrids, if Klaus (Joseph Morgan) is able to scrounge up the materials needed. And boy, will he stop at nothing to do so.
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