And this will probably get me some virtual rotten tomatoes, but if there was an award for Best Vampire Show, I’d give it to The Vampire Diaries over True Blood. OK, now I duck for cover. I’d also take Supernatural over Lost any day. The show had an uneven season, but the “Changing Channels” episode was one of the most creative, ambitious and successful episodes I saw this past season (read my review). Smartly, “Channels” was one of the episodes Warner Bros. put up on their Emmy site for consideration. The other was one of Ackles’ best episodes, “The End,” in which he played two versions of the same character.
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“The Vampire Diaries” was undoubtedly the network’s standout show in the 2009-2010 season. Its premiere broke network records in the ratings, and numbers remained high (for CW standards) throughout the season. We maintain that every episode of the series built and improved on its predecessor.
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