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Assignment X Chats With Kevin Williamson About Season 3 of The Vampire Diaries

Assignment X caught up with Vampire Diaries Executive Producer Kevin Williamson to talk about what’s in store for the rest of season 3!

AX: How do you feel about how VAMPIRE DIARIES Season Three has gone so far overall? Is it going pretty much as you imagined it would at the outset?

WILLIAMSON: Things always change when you start breaking the storylines, but I think from the day beginning when [fellowVAMPIRE DIARIES executive producer/show runner] Julie [Plec] and I sat down and laid out how are we going to get to the finish line of the very end of the entire show, we’re still on track. It’s going to end where we always said we were going to end. And we’re doing it all within the right time. We said, “This is going to happen in Season Two, and this will happen in Season Three.” And so we know where we’re headed at the end of the season to launch our fourth season.

I don’t want to give too much away, but we’re in addition to following the books to some degree, we keep going back to the books and saying, “What can we pillage? What have we not done yet? What have we not used? How can we take this storyline and manipulate it and change it and turn it around?” This year, we’re diving into the Original family, we’re still playing with the hybrids and so the whole thing with Klaus is going to lead us right up to the climax of the season.

Read the rest of the interview at Assignment X.


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4 Comments

  1. So if they are gonna follow the books and kill Damon, i promise that i will not watch this show anymore.

  2. Yeah, I don’t want Elena to turn into a vampire either. That would probably make me stop watching. At least not during the show; the last episode maybe? I just think that as things stand it’d really ruin it.

  3. Yahoo agree if they kill Damon am out and if Damon and Bonnie doesn’t happen am kinda done but the writers r doin a great job so far.

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