Ratings for “Bloodlines”

The return after an extremely long hiatus wasn’t kind to Vampire Diaries as its 1.6 for adults 18-49 may have tied a series low (checking now) in that demo. Supernatural fared better, its 1.3 adults 18-49 rating was slightly above its season average for new episodes. In the CW target demo, Vampire Diaries scored a 2.5 rating for women 18-34, tied for second in the timeslot.

Source: TVbytheNumbers.com via Vampire-Diaries.net

“Bloodlines” music

1. Florence & The Machine – “Cosmic Love”

2. Editors – “An End Has A Start”

3. Dandelions – “On A Mission”

4. Black Mustang – “Between The Devil And The Blue Sea”

5. The Black Hollies – “Can’t Stop These Tears (From Falling)”

6. Hope Sandoval – “Trouble”

7. The Steps – “Push”

8. The Upsidedown – “Pepper Spray”

9. The Stereotypes – “The Night Before”

10. The Dig – “Look Inside”

11. Alex Band- “Only One”

12. Julian Casablancas – “Out Of The Blue”

13. The Bell – “Nothing Is Logical”

Source: Vampire Diaries Online

Nina Dobrev interview with Los Angeles Times

When it premiered in September, The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries” drew the largest audience of any other premiere since the network’s 2006 debut, and it has maintained impressive momentum ever since.  On the heels of a 2010 People’s Choice Award for Favorite New TV Drama, the show returns tonight after a nine-week hiatus.

“Degrassi: The Next Generation” alum Nina Dobrev, who recently celebrated her 21st birthday, is pulling double duty. She not only stars as the show’s magnetic ingenue, Elena Gilbert, but also as her civil-war-era doppelgänger, the bloodthirsty vampiress Katherine Pierce.

The fall finale left us with a shocking cliffhanger. Elena, having discovered the disturbing truth about her resemblance to Katherine, stormed out of Stefan’s bedroom — only to get into a car wreck with a mysterious supernatural creature while driving through the woods.

Despite the demands of playing two characters, Nina made time to chat with me about her favorite episode, Elena’s post-car-accident dilemma, and which of her castmates served as inspiration for Katherine’s devil-may-care attitude.

Congratulations on all the success! To win something like a People’s Choice Award, that’s voted on by fans, must be incredibly gratifying.

We felt so good to be nominated, but you never really expect to win, and then they didn’t fly any of us out there, so we just assumed that we didn’t win it. We wrapped for the day in Atlanta and went out to dinner, a couple of us, and we got a text message that we won and we all kind of freaked out, like, “What? Really? Are you serious?” It was very cool.

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