The Vampire Diaries villain Enzo may be dead, but his revenge is only just beginning.
After learning that the love of his life, Maggie (Heather Hemmens), was killed by his own best friend Damon (Ian Somerhalder), Enzo (Michael Malarkey) flipped the 'ol humanity switch so he could exact retribution without a care in the world. After battling it out with Stefan (Paul Wesley), Enzo died, but fortunately for him, he can still make moves from the crumbling other side — and no one, not even Caroline (Candice Accola), is necessarily safe.
Enzo is down, but he's not out quite yet.
Although the witty vampire was killed on Thursday's Vampire Diaries, he will still be a villainous force throughout the rest of the season
On Thursday's episode, Damon's one-time cell partner Enzo (Michael Malarkey) finally found out the fate of his love Maggie (Heather Hemmens). He not only learned that she was dead, but also that his best friend Damon (Ian Somerhalder) had killed her in the 1960s...
Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev
Although The Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley has wanted to direct an episode for a very long time, he says it took him three seasons to summon the courage to ask.
"I decided I wanted to direct when I saw my first Stanley Kubrick film, so that was a very long time ago, but I knew I wanted to direct an episode of The Vampire Diaries from the minute I got one of the lead roles," Wesley tells TVGuide.com. "I just also knew it was presumptuous to ask any sooner than Season 4, so I asked at the beginning of Season 4 and I got to do it in Season 5."
The Vampire Diaries Exclusive Sneak Peek: Damon and Elena Have Another Awkward Run-In
Elena may have moved out of Casa Salvatore, but it won't be long before the two have another awkward encounter.
On Thursday's episode of The Vampire Diaries (8/7c, The CW) Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) face the doppelganger prophecy head-on when the two begin having dreams about each other. After Elena shares the news with Caroline (Candice Accola), the two have no choice but to enlist the help of Enzo (Michael Malarkey) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder).
Lena Headey, Jon Hamm, Lana Parrilla
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HBO has already foreshadowed the royal wedding between King Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell this season, but fear not: These nuptials will be far more civilized than last year's traumatic Red Wedding. Still, there will be barbs thrown thanks to those quarrelsome Lannisters. In particular, Cersei doesn't respect the arranged marriage — or her new queen — and will make quick work of publicly undermining her authority.
I need some Mad Men scoop! Will Don be back in the office? — Dino
Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley
Those who attended Saturday's Vampire Diaries panel at PaleyFest may now be deaf — fans of Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev definitely made themselves heard. Unfortunately, that also meant that the cast and executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries could hardly get a word in edgewise. Here are the five mini teases they were able to share in between screams:
Paul Wesley and Steven R. McQueen
Paul Wesley waited patiently for four seasons before sinking his teeth into directing an episode of The CW's The Vampire Diaries.
The Vampire Diaries Damon Salvatore is screwed. Like really screwed.
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.
Damon Salvatore is in a really bad mood.