Of all the deaths during two seasons of The Vampire Diaries, none were as tragic and personal as the loss of Jenna — and that was exactly the point, executive producer Julie Plec says.
"The loss of life in the sacrifice ritual needed to be as deeply personal as possible in order to show how big of a move it was that Klaus is making and how profound of an impact it would have on not only Elena's life, but on everybody," Plec tells TVGuide.com.
In addition to renewing Army Wives for a sixth season and setting a June 19 return for Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime has announced Monday it had ordered an all-stars edition of Project Runway and several new series.
Kathy Griffin, Lance Bass and Clay Aiken appearing on Drop Dead Diva
Project Runway All Stars, which has been picked up for eight episodes, will feature...
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from this week's episode of Vampire Diaries.]
We promise, it's going to be all right — maybe.
Thursday's episode of Vampire Diaries was a kick to the gut, thanks to Damon's decision to...
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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The Vampire Diaries' Jenna Sommers remains clueless about Mystic Falls' supernatural inhabitants. But as we saw last week, she may be catching on.
"She started having these inklings and mistrust creeping in largely due to what John has been mumbling," says Sara Canning. "Jenna is straight up with Alaric and says, 'If this is going to work you need to be honest with me' and he really doesn't have anything to say."