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Vampire Diaries' Caroline Dries on Damon's Deadly Disease, Future with Elena

Ian Somerhalder

The Vampire Diaries Damon Salvatore is screwed. Like really screwed.

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Vampire Diaries' Candice Accola: I Don’t Think Caroline and Tyler's Relationship Can Recover

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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Exclusive Vampire Diaries Video: Damon Is Back to His Sadistic, Psychotic Old Self

Ian Somerhalder

Damon Salvatore is in a really bad mood. read more

Vampire Diaries' Julie Plec on 100 Episodes, Crafty Katherine and Damon's Downward Spiral

The Vampire Diaries

[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.

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The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev, Candice Accola, Kat Graham Look Back on 100 Episodes

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.

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The Vampire Diaries' Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley Look Back on 100 Episodes

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

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The Vampire Diaries EP Caroline Dries: Enzo Becomes the Devil on Damon's Shoulder

Shaun Sipos, Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder

Damon Salvatore is heading down a dark path — and he might destroy his relationship with Elena along the way.

In what was an eye-opening episode of The Vampire Diaries last week, Elena (Nina Dobrev) learned some of the history behind the Augustine vampires, including the fact that her boyfriend Damon (Ian Somerhalder) was locked up and tortured for five years. While his anger upon escaping was certainly reasonable, Damon revealed his revenge was to kill every generation of Whitmores, with the exception of one person per family, which also happened to include Aaron (Shaun Sipos)'s parents and aunt. In the final moments of the hour, Damon found himself alone in the cell while Elena was trapped in the lab alongside Damon's former cellmate, Enzo (Michael Malarkey), who had been presumed dead.

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The Vampire Diaries Exclusive Sneak Peek: Bonnie's Fate Rests in Amara's (Crazy) Hands

Nina Dobrev

Bonnie's fate on The Vampire Diaries is resting on one crazy doppelganger.

In our exclusive look at Thursday's episode, Amara (Nina Dobrev) is locked up and going a little more than stir crazy. As Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) look on, Amara runs in circles, yelling out to voices that are only in her head. Guess being frozen for 2,000 years will do that to you!

Ode to The Vampire Diaries' Silas: Why we want him to stay

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5 Reasons Why The Originals Is Better Than The Vampire Diaries

Charles Michael Davis, Joseph Morgan

The Vampire Diaries may have some new competition in the vampire department... from its own spin-off!

The Originals has been The CW's strongest rookie performer, with its latest episode drawing 2 million viewers and a 0.9 in the adults 18-49 demographic, nipping at the heels of its predecessor, which drew 2.6 million and a 1.2 in its latest outing. The Vampire Diaries spin-off, which was picked up for a full season on Monday, also cracked the Top 5 in our Fall TV Popularity Contest, receiving a 57 percent approval rating from TVGuide.com users. (Fox's Sleepy Hollow came in first with 85 percent.)

The CW orders full seasons of The Originals, The Tomorrow People and Reign

But it's not just the ratings that prove The Originals has found a following. After only a handful of episodes, The Originals has... read more

Ode to The Vampire Diaries' Silas: Why We Want Him to Stay

Paul Wesley

He may be destructive and diabolical, but Silas has put the "fun" in The Vampire Diaries' dysfunctional family.

When Silas (Paul Wesley) was first introduced in his true form, a doppelganger of Stefan (also Wesley), we were both nervous about the bleak future for the Salvatore brother, but excited to see Wesley take on a darker role. After seeing what he was capable of when he played "The Ripper," there was no doubt that Wesley relished playing a evil counterpart to his usually sensitive, swoon-worthy Stefan. Six episodes in and with Silas on the brink of death, here are four reasons we're hoping he sticks around.

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