We have some stills from Vampire Diaries Episode 6.17 “A Bird in a Gilded Cage”. The episode airs, March 19th. Read the synopsis HERE. Spoiler Alert!




The CW has released the synopsis for Episode 6.17 titled “A Bird in a Gilded Cage”. The episode airs March 19th. SPOILER ALERT!! View the rest of the episode stills HERE.

DAMON TRAVELS TO THE 1903 PRISON WORLD — With the help of Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Kai (guest star Chris Wood), Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) set forth a plan to rescue Damon’s mother Lily (guest star Annie Wersching), who is trapped in the 1903 prison world.  Meanwhile, when Caroline’s (Candice Accola) plan for Stefan (Paul Wesley) backfires, she is left to pick up the pieces.  Elsewhere, back at Whitmore College, Enzo (Michael Malarkey) and Alaric’s (Matt Davis) attempt to reel Caroline back in doesn’t quite go as planned when they realize they’re outmaneuvered. Lastly, an unexpected gift from Bonnie leaves Damon shaken to his core. Joshua Butler directed the episode written by Neil Reynolds (#617).  Original airdate 3/19/2015.

Check out the episode stills for the next episode, airing March 12th, “The Downward Spiral”. You can read the synopsis HERE.




The CW has released the synopsis for the next episode “The Downward Spiral”. SPOILER ALERT! View the rest of the photos HERE.

IAN SOMERHALDER MAKES HIS DIRECTORIAL DEBUT — After shutting off her humanity following the death of her mother, Caroline (Candice Accola) gives her friends an unexpected ultimatum.  Not knowing how to handle the new Caroline, Stefan’s (Paul Wesley) attempt to intervene sets off a dangerous chain of events, leaving him and Elena (Nina Dobrev) in a race against the clock.  Meanwhile, after seeking answers from Kai (guest star Chris Wood) about the prison world, Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) world is turned upside when he learns some devastating news about his mother Lily (guest star Annie Wersching).  Elsewhere, Enzo (Michael Malarkey) finds himself becoming increasingly intrigued by Sarah Salvatore (guest star Tristan Mays), and Bonnie (Kat Graham) begins to struggle with the effects of being back in the real world.  Ian Somerhalder directed the episode written by Brian Young and Caroline Dries (#616).  Original airdate 3/12/2015.

Check out the extended preview for the next episode “The Downward Spiral”, airing March 12th, when the show returns from a brief hiatus.

Check the preview for the next episode “The Downward Spiral”. The episode will air March 12, when the show returns from a brief 3 week hiatus.

Check out the producer’s preview for tonight’s episode “Let Her Go”. Julie and Caroline Dries preview the episode!


Both TV Guide and TVLine had a chance to chat with Candice Accola about tonight’s episode. We’ll add more interviews as they come in.

Via TV Guide:

Tell us about the actual funeral scene.

Accola: It’s very emotional and it’s also remembering that this wasn’t just a funeral for family, but that she was the sheriff of the town. So you have the police officers there and a salute and the final call and the things that go into a funeral for a lost service member. If you’re hoping for a lighter episode this week… it’s going to be pretty heavy like last week.

And you sing during the funeral! Whose idea was that?

Accola: Julie [Plec]’s! [It’s] so funny because for years everyone was like, “Is Caroline going to sing again?” That’s been the running joke. That [scene in Season 2] was fun, but it was never [going to] happen again because finding a natural place for someone to belt out singing on a vampire show isn’t really an easy task. But I did sing and it’s a sweet moment, she pays tribute, and it’s a really tender moment in a very sad funeral.

Read more over at TV Guide.

Via TVLine:

TVLINE | OK, let’s talk about Stefan and Caroline’s kiss, which I’ve been waiting for since Season 2. What was it like to finally film that moment?

loved the progression of the Stefan-Caroline relationship. I love that it’s been such a slow burn, and I love that it wasn’t this aggressively dramatic moment; it was just really sweet and tender and the sun was setting. They didn’t need to start ripping each other’s clothes off. It was just a sweet, simple first kiss. And we could not have had a better sunset for that location shoot. The first day we were supposed to shoot it was cloudy and grey, so we swapped some scenes around and we filmed it the next day. We had to wait for the sun to set, then once it started setting, everybody was like, “Go! Go!”

Read more over at TVLine.

Via E!Online:

“Yeah, if you thought it was going to get easier and happier and jollier, it’s not,” Accola tells E! News. “It’s definitely going to be an emotional episode this week as well. Thank God for waterproof mascara!”

Although her character has been through a lot this season, Accola is happy with Caroline’s journey so far.

“I thought it was a really powerful move by the writers,” Accola says of Caroline losing her mother. “There has been so much death on the show, a lot of it from really supernatural reasons, like Caroline’s father passed away when he refused to complete his transition to become a vampire. Everyone has found a lot of solutions to a lot of these deaths, these very gruesome, bloody deaths, and this was just as real and non-mythology-based as it gets.”

Read more over at E!Online.

Via MTV News:

“As far as the quote-unquote shipping community goes, I love the passion behind anyone who ships Caroline and Klaus,” Accola said. “They are very hardcore shippers… But ever since season two, when Stefan helped Caroline through her transition, it’s been interesting how viewers were saying that they thought there was something there with those characters. It has been a really slow burn for many reasons, and that’s why it’s a really interesting time to be part of a television series in the age of social media — you see exactly what the fans and the viewers are thinking right when they’re watching the episode.”

Basically, even if you don’t ship Steroline, you have to acknowledge the strong “TVD” fanbase for predicting this hookup even when Stefan was still seriously sweating Elena (Nina Dobrev).

Read more over at MTV News.

Thanks to The CW and an E!Online Exclusive, we have two new preview clips for tomorrow night’s episode “Let Her Go”.

Julie Plec and Caroline Dries sit down with TV Guide to discuss Bonnie’s return. Check out what they had to say!


Julie Plec teases Bonnie’s return via E!Online’s Spoiler Chat:

Marissa: When is Bonnie coming back on The Vampire Diaries?!

We want to know that answer, too! So we took your question straight to the TVD mastermind,Julie Plec herself, but she kept her answer frustratingly vague. (Show, why do we love you so much?!) Plec says Bonnie will be out of the prison world and back in the present “soon. I don’t want to ruin anything. Soon. Very soon. You’ll also see her in 1994 very soon.”

We now have the episode stills for next week’s episode titled “Let Her Go”. You can read the synopsis for the episode HERE.


The CW has released the extended preview for next week’s episode “Let Her Go”.

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!

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