Heads up my UK friends! Finally ITV Press Centre has announced that The Vampire Diaries Season 6 will premiere on ITV2, Tuesday, November 4th at 9PM! Mark your calendars!!
It’s official! ITV2 announced today, The Vampire Diaries Season 5 will return to UK television screens, Tuesday, October 29th at 9PM. Check out the preview clip below!
ITV2 has released a brand new Vampire Diaries Season 4 trailer and it’s super spoilery, might even include scenes from more than one episode, so beware! Lots of new scenes, and we get our first look at vampire hunter Connor, played by Todd Williams.
As you all know, The Vampire Diaries is set to premiere in the US and Canada, one week from today, October 11th. Well, all of you amazing people in the UK won’t have to wait much longer! Yesterday ITV2 announced the premiere date for the 4th season of The Vampire Diaries in the UK, and it will air Monday, October 15th at 9PM. So mark your calendars!
— ITV Press Centre (@itvpresscentre) October 3, 2012
Digital Spy has posted the first of a 3 part interview with Paul Wesley as a tie-in to the Season 3 DVD release in the UK, set for August 20th. Check it out below and also, thanks to Digital Spy we have a small bit of info in regards to when The Vampire Diaries Season 4 will air in the UK.
US fans will be reunited with Elena and the Salvatore brothers on October 11 – the lucky swines – but UK broadcaster ITV2 does have the rights to season four and has pencilled it into their schedule for this autumn.
No set premiere date yet, but hopefully we shouldn’t be too far behind our American cousins.
Paul Wesley Interview with Digital Spy
We can now officially announce that The Vampire Diaries will return with season 3 in the UK on ITV2 October 11th, at 9PM. At the moment, we do not have any other announcements regarding any other countries. We post as it is given to us. So the wait will finally be over for you guys. But do remember that both episodes from this season ARE currently on iTunes. So you can download from there. Here are the links for both US and UK.