Additional stills for Rose (208) and Crying Wolf (214)

Remember those new episode stills we posted last week? Well, in case they weren’t enough for you, we have some more to show you. Undisclosed Desires has new images from 208 “Rose”, whereas NDN and Vampire Diaries Central posted a few “Crying Wolf” ones. Check out a tease below and click on each still for more.


New Kat Graham’s radio interviews + various public appearances

Katerina Graham was backstage at this year’s GRAMMY Awards. First, she met Heather B of Q104 Cleveland. They discussed last week’s episode, the Bonnie/Jeremy storyline and her latest single, “I Want It All” (click to listen to it on YouTube). You can watch the entire chat at Q104’s site.

Afterwards, the actress/singer stopped by KISS 92.5’s section to talk about her music career and the radio station ended up offering her a job. Play the video to find out why.

Kat recently showed up at many events as well. After giving the interviews above, she was at the 14th Annual ‘Friends ‘N’ Family’ GRAMMY event. The following day (February 12th), Graham paid a visit to ASCAP’s Rhythm and Soul Department 2nd Annual Grammy Brunch. She also attended the 7th Annual Roots Jam Session Hosted By Jimmy Fallon the same night. HUGE thanks to Katerina Graham Source for all the photos!

TV Guide: Nina Dobrev on Katherine’s bad side, brief interview with Steven

Nina Dobrev is featured in TV Guide Magazine‘s latest issue (click for full size). She comments on Katherine’s bad side a.k.a how being stuck in the tomb reflects her. Thanks, Diarios do Vampiro!

In addition to the scan, TV Guide posted a behind the scenes video. Nina has a small part in which she talks about keeping your personal life, well, personal. Check it out over at their site.

Robyn Ross‘s last chat is with Steven R. McQueen. He talks about Bonnie and Jeremy and the tension between them. Read an excerpt here and head over to TV Guide for more.

“There’s so much passion between them,”Steven R. McQueen told TVGuide.com. “Even though Bonnie feels that it’s not right and Jeremy’s like, ‘I don’t give a s—,’ eventually that passion got a hold of them and they give in to the temptation they’ve been holding back from.”

Kat Graham on KTLA Morning News, sneak peek from Candice’s When I Was 17 appearance

Katerina Graham has stopped by 102.7 KIIS FM gifting lounge this morning. Besides advertising products, she gave an interview for KTLA News. In it, she discusses Bonnie’s scenes (one in particular) in “Crying Wolf” and her music. Kat also sings at the end of the video, be sure to check it out below!

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Thanks to PopWrap via I Heart Vampire Diaries for the heads up that Candice Accola will be on When I Was 17 this Saturday. MTV has an exclusive sneak peek of Candice talking about her 17, making a record deal and dying her hair. The show airs tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. EST, don’t forget to tune in!

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One-minute promo for The Dinner Party, first still from 216 + song list and ratings for last night’s episode

CWtelevision has uploaded trailers for next week’s episode today. There’s short and extended version up over at their channel. The longer one can be found below as well. HUGE spoilers to follow!

Many thanks to Judy Yam for tweeting this still from episode 16, “The House Guest”! It shows Caroline singing at Mystic Grill. Is it for Matt? Vampire-Diaries.net supposes so. As the description says, she “finds a new way to get his attention”. By singing to him, maybe? This will be all revealed on February 24th. Can’t wait!

And here are last night’s “Crying Wolf” tracks and ratings. How I missed posting them! Thanks to Chris Mollere for keeping us updated again! Songs in order of appearance.

1. Free Energy “All I Know” – Amazon US, Amazon UK
2. Smith Westerns “All Die Young” – Amazon US
3. Ladyhawke “Manipulating Woman” – Amazon US, Amazon UK
4. Kyler England “You Wait for Rain” – Amazon US, Amazon UK
5. Matthew West “Family Tree” – Amazon US, Amazon UK

TV by the Numbers has published their weekly TV Ratings Thursday post today. According to them, the show brought 2.8 million viewers last night. In comparison with “Daddy Issues”, it was down with 20%.

On the CW, The Vampire Diaries 1.2 adults 18-49 rating was a series low down 20% vs. last week, and its 2.0 women 18-34 rating fell 17% vs. last week. Nikita’s 0.7 adults 18-49 rating was 22% lower than last week to a series low, however its women 18-34 ratings were even with last week’s 1.0.

TV Guide talks to David & Kevin, Sara Canning supports Teens for Jeans + still hope for Damon and Elena?

Thanks to @IHeartTVD for the heads up that Sara was at Aeropostale to support Teens for Jeans. It’s a campaign that collects jeans for homeless teens. If you haven’t donate yet, there’s still time to do so! Just bring them to your nearest Aeropostale store till this Sunday, February 13th. See a few pictures at BuzzFocus.

Mega Buzz‘s latest spoiler chat features some “Vampire Diaries” as well. With the recent Damon events, Delena fans haven’t been very happy. But according to Julie Plec herself, they shouldn’t lose hope. She says, “There are big moments coming up all around for them [Stefan, Elena and Damon].” Get more scoop over at TV Guide.

Kevin Williamson and David Anders stopped by TV Guide, too. David’s interview with Robyn Ross stars with an upcoming Elena line saying, “Why does everything John touches fall apart?”. The actor claims his character wants only good for his daughter, though. He also teases the reason for his return will be revealed within the next five episodes or so. And if you’re curious to know who might pay a surprise visit to Mystic Falls, just continue to read (highlight for spoilers). Head over to TV Guide for the entire story.

Will daddy and daughter make up? Anders teases that Elena’s familial web will only get more tangled in the coming weeks. “There might be a surprise visit from Isobel,” he says.

Damian Holbrook posted his chat with Kevin yesterday, too. The executive producer talks about last night’s “Crying Wolf” in particular. As the ones who watched the episode know, “S–t goes down.” Go here to find out why.

Siding with the furrier folks in town could come with a hefty price — especially for a certain Salvatore in possession of that mysterious moonstone — but given the shaky state of his relationship with Caroline, young Mr. Lockwood doesn’t really have a pack of options. “He doesn’t know whom to trust because Caroline lied to him about everything,” says Williamson. “He’s very lonely and vulnerable, but he’s also an aggressive guy, so he may not respond appropriately.”

Lauren Cohan chats to EW, Julie Plec dishes about TVD with Zap2it

Inside TV has had a chance to talk to guest star Lauren Cohan this week. She reveals some behind the scenes secrets as well as why her conversation with Elena featured on “The Descent” trailer didn’t make it to the episode itself. The actress even discusses Damon’s final scene in “Daddy Issues” and what it is that makes him so sexy. Head over to Entertainment Weekly for the entire article.

Also, executive producer Julie Plec has met with Carina Mackenzie. The reporter has posted the first two parts of their chat so far. In the first one, the Caroline/Matt/Tyler love triangle is a main topic. Plec also talks about each of them as a character and their journey this season. According to her, things between the “vampire Barbie” and werewolf Jr. won’t get easier anytime soon. Especially considering she and Matt will share a “great moment” in an upcoming episode. More to it, Donovan will get more screen time, so expect more questions to come. Check out an excerpt below, the rest of the article is here.

Of course, with “The Vampire Diaries,” things are never quite that easy. Keep an eye out for a powerful scene between Matt and Tyler in Thursday’s Feb. 10 episode, “Crying Wolf.” The stakes in this love triangle have definitely been raised.

Part two is all about Stefan, Elena and Damon. Julie comments on the Salvatore brothers’ demons, Elena’s position towards them and how it could change when she finds out the truth about her beloved vampire’s past. Damon’s new blood obsession with Andie will be noticed by Elena as well. Oh, and you can be sure the heroine won’t be quite pleased when Stefan tells her all about his past (215 “The Dinner Party”).

“It’s no secret that having to play emotional Damon makes Ian really uncomfortable as a person, as an actor,” Plec says. “It’s hard, because you have to tap into your own emotional stuff, and now we keep challenging him. We’re going to keep making him dig deeper and deeper.”

Read the full story over at Zap2it.

Spoilers selection: Crying wolf promo, synopsis of 215 & 216, episode stills and more

TV Line has recently reported that the search for Klaus is finally over. The legendary vampire will be probably played by Joseph Morgan. As you can guess, this immediately became top “Vampire Diaries” news. Although the actor’s credits include mostly British films and TV series, he does have some intriguing roles. Back in 2003, he starred in “Master and Commander” along with Russell Crow. Morgan has also played Philotas in the biography movie about the life of Alexander the Great (starring Colin Farrell, Angelina Jolie). Something about his face (right) reminds me of Klaus. I think he would make a fierce Original! What’s your opinion? Learn more over at TV Line.

Let’s continue with the tidbits, shall we? In this article, Natalie Abrams reviews the latest TVD spoilers from TV Guide. She comments on the showdown between vampires and werewolves, warlocks Martin, Jr. and Martin, Sr., Elena’s destiny, etc. Great recap, especially if you haven’t had a chance to caught up with the news lately!

TV Guide Magazine also highlights the top moments from “Daddy Issues” in its 7-13 February issue. As usual, spoiler warning for the ones, who haven’t seen the episode yet. HUGE thanks to tariel22 via @tvdfansonline, the scan is up at their site!

Clevver TV caught up with Stephen Amell’s (Brady) cousin, Robbie last week. He spills up about his cousin’s guest role on “The Vampire Diaries”, teasing he’s going be around for two episodes. It means 214 “Crying Wolf” is his final ep. Why is he gone after only two weeks? Are the Salvatore brothers to blame? That, we’ll see this Thursday. For now, enjoy Clevver TV’s report. Thanks, Vampire Diaries Online!

Official descriptions for episode 15 (“The Dinner Party”) and 16 (“The House Guest”) (click to visit VampireSite.net) have been released as well. Airing February 17th and February 24th, respectively.

In addition to “The Dinner Party” synopsis, episode stills have been revealed. Third flashback episode this season = plenty of Stefan and Damon. Head over to Vampire Diaries Web to check the images out.

CW television has uploaded an extended trailer for “Crying Wolf”. This week, “a romantic getaway is about to get some unwanted guests”. All new “The Vampire Diaries” Thursday 8/7c. See you there!

Zap2it & EW: More tidbits from the Vampire Diaries cast

Zap2it‘s @cadlymack hasn’t been doing anything but teasing us this week. Following her video interviews with Kat and Ian, fellow “Vampire Diaries” fan published new snippets from Wesley and Dobrev as well as clips featuring Somerhalder and Trevino (click to check them out).

Before things go terribly wrong, fans of Stefan and Elena as a couple will be pleased to see some sweet, happy moments, including an emotional scene where they discuss the reality of Elena’s mortality. After all, if Elena remains human, she is inevitably going to age and someday die — while Stefan will stay 17 forever. “There’s a lovely scene that we do at the lake house discussing that,” Wesley says. “Touching lightly upon it without hitting you over the head, you know what I mean? It’s really kind of beautiful.”

Read the rest of the chat with Paul here.

“She feels like everyone around her is against her,” Dobrev says. “She has one thing in mind: she wants to sacrifice herself to save her family and her friends, and they are hell-bent on stopping her. It almost feels like everyone is against her. Now, her father comes home on top of everything, and he’s in cahoots with everyone about it.”

The entire Nina interview – at Zap2it.

EW‘s recently caught up with Michael Trevino and Ian Somerhalder, too. Michael speculates what could happen when already too confused Tyler finds about the Sun and the Moon curse. The actor also spoils his character will have some serious choices to make rather sooner than later – and they will have quite an impact on vampires and werewolves both. Visit PopWatch for the full story.

On the other hand, Ian talks about filming while having walking pneumonia. As you probably remember, Mr. Somerhalder was sick in the last two months of 2010 – in other words, from episode 9 to 12. Despite that fact, he didn’t go home (as normal people would do), but continue shooting. Marcos Siega’s return and the possibility of “Vampire Diaries” set cursed are also mentioned. Find the whole article over at Inside TV.

Oh, and there’s a “Where Were We” slideshow up at Entertainment Weekly. It includes tidbits from almost every cast member. Must read!

Crying Wolf episode description, stills from 213 & 214 + new Stefan poster

Been dying for a Stefan poster? Well, your wish just came true. New January Sweeps poster (left) hit the Net a few days ago. In case the MQ version doesn’t please you, Blood Falls have it in high quality. Sorry, Damon, but there’s a reason he always gets the girl.

Many thanks to VampireSite.net for revealing the official description of episode 14, “Crying Wolf”. It airs February 10th and promises to be very interesting.

SECRETS AND LIES – Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) get away for what they hope will be a romantic weekend at the Gilbert family lake house, not realizing that they’ve been followed. Jenna (Sara Canning) starts to worry that Alaric (Matt Davis) isn’t being honest with her. Jules (guest star Michaela McManus) explains the importance of the sun and moon curse to Tyler (Michael Trevino), but leaves out an important detail. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) attends a tea at the Historical Society in order to talk to Elijah (guest star Daniel Gillies), but Elijah isn’t giving up any secrets. With help from Caroline (Candice Accola) and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), Bonnie (Katerina Graham) uses deceptive measures to get shocking new information out of Luka (guest star Bryton James). Finally, Tyler offers Matt (Zach Roerig) some relationship advice.

David Von Ancken directed the episode written by Brian Young.

As if the synopsis wasn’t enough to thrill us, Nina Dobrev Network has two stills from the February 10th episode. You can check them out in her gallery. Let the celebrations begin, Stelena fans! And in case you haven’t wished NDN happy 1st anniversary yet, head over to her site to do it. 🙂

The CW has released images from “Daddy Issues” as well. Credit goes to Andrea, again. There are some previews below, all the stills are up over at Vampire Diaries Web. Looks like Tyler fans will join Stelena ones in their happiness.