The very first set pics from that CW Vampire Diaries spinoff series The Originals are here!
In a few months, the 2012-2013 TV season will be over, and The CW's getting a jump on the competition. They've just unveiled their finale schedule.
Vampire Diaries star was frustrated by the direction of the show last year.
A Vampire Diaries star has opened up about some of the plans for the upcoming spin-off The Originals.
The CW's given early pickups for a few sci-fi series.
If you're missing Fringe, you can get a little shot of the show when Seth Gabel joins Arrow this week as The Count, aka Count Vertigo, the latest bad guy from the comics to make an appearance.
The CW's going into vampire overload. The network's confirmed that they're planning a spinoff of their hit, The Vampire Diaries. The good news is, the holy trinity of Stefan, Elena and Damon will stay intact. But their biggest adversary is moving on.
The holiday season is closing in, and our shows are dwindling down, but some are still out there pulling in viewers. This week, Fringe got a boost, while American Horror Story continued to struggle with its Wednesday competitors. Then there were all those midseason finales. Did The Vampire Diaries, Beauty and the Beast, The Big Bang Theory and more finish 2012 strong?
It's not surprising that we turn to Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites to talk about what we're watching on TV at any given time, but have you ever wondered what shows get talked about the most? Or, more importantly, what genre shows get talked about the most?
For the last four years, one TV love triangle has toyed with the hearts and minds of fans in the most excruciating ways—and things are about to get even more complicated. The Vampire Diaries, the CW's number one series, has pushed and pulled Elena, Stefan and Damon back and forth, and for Team Damon there, may just be something to root for. Maybe.