The CW has released a video interview with Steven R. McQueen in prep for tonight’s highly anticipated episode. Enjoy! Also, EW has released a gallery of images from Steven’s goodbye party on his last day of filming. Check the rest out over at EW.

TV Guide has posted another part of their interview with Ian Somerhalder. Here he discusses Damon and Bonnie scenes, and how dedicated Kat Graham is as an actress.


Today marks the final episode for our beloved and favorite baby bro, Steven R. McQueen. That’s right, Jerbear will be heading off to Art School in tonight’s episode, that I’m sure will require mega amounts of Kleenexes. Check out these video interviews, articles and tributes to McQueen. Steven, we at VDO wish you all the success and everything your heart desires, can’t wait to see what you’ll be up to next! You’ll always have our support. Much love!

Buzzfeed chatted with Steven, about what he’ll miss most about the fans:

“The instalove on Instagram! I talk to a lot of people on Twitter and Instagram, and I see a lot of them at conventions. They’re always very sweet.”

View the rest over at Buzzfeed.

TV Fanatic shared 24 Jeremy Moments if giftastic form, here’s a sneak peek, then view the rest over on their site.


TVLine’s Photo Gallery of Jeremy’s Best Moments were great, with my favorite being this little tid bit of info!


“Beremy” apparently heated up much faster than originally planned, thanks to a little improv. McQueen recalls, “I talked to Kat [Graham] before we shot the scene, and I was like, ‘You know what? This would be a really cool moment just to kiss you.’ And she was like, ‘All right, let’s try it! Should we tell the writers?’ And I was like, ‘No, they’re going to tell us not to. Let’s just do it.’ So we ended up doing it, and they liked it, so they kept it. It was a cool moment as an actor to take a risk and have it pay off like that.”

See the rest of the moments over at TVLine.

Steven Previews Jeremy’s Farewell via EW.


On why Jeremy’s okay with leaving Bonnie: “The way I thought about it was Jeremy’s struggle throughout the show has been fighting to keep the people he loves safe and often times, he’s too weak to do so or there’s these supernatural creatures and there’s all these circumstances out of his control,” McQueen said. “So he’s constantly fighting to get his power back. With Bonnie, in the second-to-last episode, I’m finally able to save her. But for the character Jeremy, he’s so overwhelmed, and there’s so much going on that at that point, I think he knows there’s nothing else he can do to save Bonnie. At this point, she kind of has to help herself, so he’s just at a point of needing something else, needing some sort of distraction.”

Read the rest of the article over at EW.

Access Hollywood Talks to Steven about Filming his last scene with Nina Dobrev;

Zap2It Talks with Steven about how the cast said goodbye on last day of filming.

The CW has released the producer’s preview for tomorrow night’s episode “Stay”.

The CW has released a brand new preview clip for Thursday’s episode “Stay”. All you Steroline shippers will love this!


Alloy Entertainment had a chance to chat with Steven R. McQueen about Jeremy’s Farewell episode Thursday night titled “Stay”.

Alloy Entertainment: As for your time on TVD, looking back on six incredible seasons, what would you say was Jeremy’s lowest point and his most triumphant moment?

Steven R. McQueen: That’s a good question. That a very good question. His lowest point would be when Bonnie disappeared, you know? At the beginning of the season, I talked to Julie and was like, ‘Look, I want to let [Jeremy] go. I wanna let his hair grow and have him go crazy.’ Jeremy’s lost a lot of people — starting with parents — and he’s gone through a lot. But to have found strength and hope and have that ripped from him? That definitely was a new low for him. As for his proudest moment, I would say it’s when they brought Bonnie back from the Other Side in Season 5. He got his love back, and even though she got taken away again, he was truly happy.

Alloy Entertainment: Speaking of happiness, any time a character on TVD experiences an ounce of joy, something terrible usually occurs to balance things out. Will Jer Bear encounter any danger on his way out?

Steven R. McQueen: [Laughs.] I don’t know. I can’t tell you that — you’re going to have to tune in to find out.

Read the rest of the interview over at Alloy Entertainment.


Today Kat Graham launched first part of her new french film-noir inspired trilogy, Muse. Check out the promotional poster above and you can watch the first part of the new series HERE.

Via Fanbolt:

Muse follows the story of a photographer, played by Louis Oberlander, who is in love with his Muse, played by Graham. The series was directed by by Darren Genet (The Vampire Diaries,CSI: Miami, Kings) and is the first film through Graham’s Panthera Pictures production company.

Each of the three films is set to original music written and recorded by Graham, which will also be released as an EP. In addition to the films and EP, the MUSE collection includes a coffee table book consisting of original photos taken by Harold Julian and poems composed by Graham, as well as interviews with prominent tastemakers and entertainers.

“I was inspired to create a capsule collection that encompasses film, music, literature and art, centered on an artist’s muse,” says Graham. “What that abstract concept meant to me, and how I could turn what inspires me into something the world could understand, was profoundly compelling. I had yet to see a capsule collection presented this way, so I teamed up with my friends to create it. I’ve always been a fan of French films and filmmakers. Stylistically, I knew I wanted to incorporate the attitude of film noir into the project. I am most often known as an actor and as a music artist. I did not want to abandon these aspects of my art, so I made Muse.”

Steven R. McQueen stopped by KTLA Morning News this morning to talk about his leaving The Vampire Diaries. Check it out!

Thanks to TVLine, we have a brand new preview clip for Thursday’s episode “Stay”. Click the screencap below to watch over at TVLine.


Check out the latest Vampire Diaries Rehash with Arielle Kebbel and special guest, Steven R. McQueen!


Today, Ian Somerhalder is at Wizard World Comic Con in Madison, WI for autographs and photo ops, plus a Q&A panel. We’ll have updates on that later.

But we have more good news! Ian has been added to more cities for Wizard World Comic Con tour throughout the US. So far he will be attending their conventions in Cleveland, OH, Raleigh, NC, San Francisco, CA, Pittsburgh, PA and Tulsa, OK. Tickets are now on sale for all cities, except for Tulsa, so stay tuned on that. For now, check out their page on Ian’s appearances at Wizard World!

I had the pleasure of attending the Wizard World Comic Con in New Orleans, LA this past January, and had a wonderful time!  The tickets are reasonably priced, and photo ops and autographs went smoothly. The panel was cut a little short due to Ian having to leave early on a plane back to LA, but other than that, it was awesome.

Unfortunately, Paul Wesley was scheduled for the event in Indianapolis, but had to cancel due to scheduling conflict. So he is no longer scheduled for any of these, keep an eye on our TVD Conventions and Appearances page for updates on other opportunities to meet Paul, Ian and many more of the cast of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals!

Thanks Chris Mollere, we have the song list from Thursday night’s episode “The Day I Tried to Live”.

1. Ice Cube “Check Yo Self”

2. Rachel Yamagata “Keep Goin” – Unavailable

3. Mikky Ekko “Time”

OMG…this is so sad. Sitting here literally bawling my eyes out. As we mentioned a while back, Steven McQueen will be leaving the show for good, so next week, the Mystic Falls gang says goodbye to Jeremy Gilbert. Check out this exclusive video from TV Guide paying tribute to our beloved Jerbear.

Check out the extended preview for next week’s episode “Stay”. SPOILER ALERT!!

Check out the preview for next week’s episode “Stay”. What did you guys think of tonight’s episode? Sound off in the comments!

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