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.
The holidays are right around the corner, and many of our shows are leaving us until next year, but there are still quite a few programs to discuss. The Big Bang Theory continues to rule Thursday nights, while Arrow seems to be battling a bit of a holiday slump.
Here's a little Christmas present from Syfy! It's the network's 20th anniversary, so what better than a Syfy 20th Anniversary Special with a flock of Syfy stars to talk about the past, present and future of the channel. And there's a slew of midseason finales as Arrow, The Vampire Dairies and Beauty & The Beast sign off for the holidays.
Passions flare on The Vampire Diaries as Elena begins to embrace her vampire nature. Meanwhile, Charlie's virtue is at stake on Revolution and Cat gets an offer to exchange info on her mother's murder for Vincent.
Will she or won't she? As in will Elena become a vampire on The Vampire Diaries after last season's shocking cliffhanger killed her off, and then brought her back with the possibility of joining Mystic Fall's ever growing vampire population. Well, answers abound on tonight's season four premiere episode, which airs on the CW at 8 p.m.
The Walkers are back with the season-three premiere of The Walking Dead, and we'll have plenty of CW premieres with Arrow, The Vampire...
The cast of The Vampire Diaries aren't as soulless as we thought. With the upcoming release of season 3 on DVD, a new blooper reel has surfaced, and it turns out they're not always pretty and perfect after all.
The twisty drama The Vampire Diaries has taken some creative risks in recent seasons, and the creators say they had an even bigger one planned for the season three finale—but the major death didn't make the cut. So, who was supposed to bite the dust?
With renewal season upon us, The CW has made its first batch of decisions about which series it will be bringing back next season. So, how did Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries fare?
With the previews below all counting down to the end of your favorite show's season (there's only one, two, three, or four episodes left!), it looks like the schedule is filled with thrills and chills as the various shows race toward their climaxes. And we'll get Syfy's Treasure Island and PBS's oh-so-short second season of Sherlock.