The penultimate episodes of The Vampire Diaries are always crazy awesome to watch.
Last night was a turning point on The Vampire Diaries for Elena.
The Originals did well last night.
Last night, we took a little trip to New Orleans for the Originals' backdoor pilot.
Dances have always been a big deal in Mystic Falls, but this one topped them all.
Last night’s episode was really The Vampire Diaries at its best.
Okay, so the show has been tilted a bit on its axis.
Last night’s episode was a welcome reprieve from the emotional torment we’ve suffered over the last few months.
The Vampire Diaries has been a roller coaster since day one, but this season has been especially intense.
Our troop found the cure only to realize that there was only one dose.
Lusty stares live to fight another day.
The Vampire Diaries Recap: Stefan vs. Damon, Round 4: Anybody Capable of Love Is Capable of Being Saved
Is it just us, or did the show get super complicated all of a sudden?
Damon and Stefan communicating through a cell wall is pretty much how all of our fantasies begin.
This week, Damon was compelled by Kol to try to kill Jeremy … a lot.
Somehow the characters that deserve to die never do, and all we can do is wonder why.
In which we start recapping this show by focusing on a very important debate.
Grab the tissues!
Plus: Alison Brie made a balloon animal, and more, in our daily late-night roundup.
Not Gossip Girl, though.
But it calls attention to the fact that the audience for 'Vampire Diaries' is eroding.
The C-Dub needs a new hit, and 'Top Model' isn't getting any younger.
From one type of superpowered show to another.
From 'True Blood' to 'How Do You Know' to 'Glee,' two men were constantly vying for one woman's affection.
TV Land has greenlighted "Happily Divorced," written and executive produced by "The Nanny" co-creators, Fran Drescher and Peter Marc Jacobsen.