VIDEO INTERVIEW: Julie Plec (Executive Producer) from The Originals and The Vampire Diaries

October 3rd, 2013

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The Vampire Diaries and the new spinoff series The Originals premiere tonight on the CW. Check out what Julie Plec, Executive Producer of both shows, had to say at Comic Con about crossovers, mythology and life in New Orleans vs. Mystic Falls.

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REVIEW: The Vampire Diaries “Stand By Me”

February 22nd, 2013

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Peeps, I don’t know. I just don’t know. I kind of think this show is just getting too sad. Is that a thing? It’s got to be because seriously, it’s just too much. ‘Stand By Me’ is our latest episode of TVD, and as you may have guessed…it’s sad. Not even tear inducing though, just sort of numb sad.

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REVIEW: The Vampire Diaries “Down The Rabbit Hole”

February 15th, 2013

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‘Down the Rabbit Hole’ is our latest episode of TVD, and I’d say the ending theme song should be “My doppelganger is back, and there’s gonna be trouble (hey now, hey now…my doppelganger is back).” You know where this is going obvs.

So, like last week, our players are all in the same places. Klaus, Caroline, and Tyler are still in Mystic Falls. Bonnie, Jeremy, and the Professor are closest in the race to the Silas situation. Damon is with the other hunter, Galen. Rebekah, Stefan, and Elena are a tenuous little crew (that lasts about .7 seconds). There also is some other mystery person on the island. Gee, I wonder who it could be?!

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REVIEW: The Vampire Diaries “Into the Wild”

February 8th, 2013

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Yo peeps, ‘Into the Wild’ is our most recent episode of TVD. And I think it was good, really good.

The majority of this episode is sort of like a vampire-esque LOST situation. Meaning, they’re on an island. And peeps need to learn to live together or they’ll die alone. Heavy. So, the Professor is leading the gang to where the cure/Silas is. The gang includes Damon, Stefan, Rebekah, Elena, Bonnie, and Jeremy. Rebekah sees a use for everyone except for Elena…Damon’s use is his nice behind obvs. We finally also find out the heart of the Professor’s story. He apparently went on a quest for this place last year where he saw his dead witch wife (who died when she was trying to bring their son back to life) in the Silas well area. She’s the one who gave him all the info he needed for this raising Silas business. He really didn’t want to do it because of all the bloodshed and all, but she used her dead lady wiles and convinced him.

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REVIEW: The Vampire Diaries “A View to a Kill”

February 1st, 2013

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Hey peeps! Sorry I was out last week; I was feeling like the grossness. Last week was good ya’ll though. I mean, really, this alone: “You don’t know what I look like when I don’t love you.” Hot dang, those are some words. In any case, TVD is new again this week with ‘A View to a Kill.’

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The Vampire Diaries is Television’s #1 Social Series

January 29th, 2013

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Hey, Vampire Diaries fans! Nice work! All your tweets and Facebook statuses made TVD the most talked about show on social media last week. For the first time, TVD has topped Trendrr’s list of the most social primetime TV series on broadcast television, ranking as network TV’s #1 social program during the week of January 21–27.

The Vampire Diaries fans threw a #TVDparty throughout social media last week, generating nearly 865,000 social interactions across Twitter, Facebook, GetGlue and Viggle according to Trendrr.TV, taking a bite out of former list topper American Idol and besting iconic hits such as The Simpsons, Family Guy and Glee.

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REVIEW: The Vampire Diaries “After School Special”

January 18th, 2013

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Hey all, TVD is new again with ‘After School Special.’ The TV Chick liked my to the point summary last time, so we’ll stick with that.

Our main storyline tonight is…Rebekah is back! And guys, she is mad. Like really mad. And she wants everyone to pay for it. She has a little minion, April. (Guys, seriously. April is the worst). Rebekah is holding Elena, Caroline, and Stefan hostage in the library and compelling them to tell the truth. It’s pretty awful. Elena told Stefan about all her feeeeelings for Damon and how she’s fo sho not in love with Stefan anymore. Caroline is appropriately outraged.

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Best TV of 2012

December 24th, 2012

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This year, The TV Chick was lucky enough to have some great writers as part of the team. So instead of just my top TV of 2012 list, Sarah is weighing in with her choices as well. 2012 has had a ton of fantastic television — from our favorite British couple finally tying the knot in Downton, to an engagement in Pawnee and my favorite terrorist and yours (Brody, of course) coming full circle. It’s safe to say that 2012 will go down as a year to remember in television and it was hard to choose shows for my list!

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REVIEW: The Vampire Diaries “O Come, All Ye Faithful”

December 14th, 2012

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Hey peeps – TVD is all new with their mid-season finale – “O Come, All Ye Faithful.” FULL DISCLOSURE: I watched tonight’s episode with a friend that has never seen The Vampire Diaries and doesn’t own a TV. Let’s just say she’s working though Frasier on Netflix right now. So, I missed things yo. Because of that, I’m going to do a shorter summary this evening lest I get things really wrong from not hearing everything as I shouted Vampire! Human! Witch! Hybrid! every time someone came on the screen so she’d get the gist. The good news is we don’t need to deal with GfAW anymore after tonight.

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INTERVIEW: Joseph Morgan (Klaus) from The Vampire Diaries previews tonight’s Big Mid-Season Finale

December 13th, 2012

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Tonight is the big mid-season finale of The Vampire Diaries, and from what I’m hearing, not everyone is going to survive the night. And from talking to Joseph Morgan (Klaus), not everyone is going to survive the season, either. When last we left Klaus, he was having a really nice moment with Caroline, and actually teasing her (and laughing) which was such a nice change of pace. What I think makes Klaus so interesting is how much the audience roots for a character who has done some truly evil things. When I spoke with Joseph Morgan, he talked about the Caroline/Klaus relationship and how it might develop, what to expect from tonight’s Christmas themed episode, the bromance with Stefan and so much more.

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