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No more is known about the role, or if it will continue past the ninth episode at this time.
In the tumultuous fourth season of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, the world of Mystic Falls was turned upside down when the beautiful and compassionate Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) came face-to-face with her worst nightmare – life as a vampire. While Elena struggled to control her new powers and the overwhelming thirst for blood, the astonishing news that a cure for vampirism may actually exist reached Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) Salvatore, the two vampire brothers who love her. Their search for the cure leads the brothers, along with Elena’s brother Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and her best friends Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Caroline (Candice Accola), to a horrifying confrontation with the ancient and all-powerful immortal, Silas, who has been entombed with the cure for more than 2,000 years. But Elena isn’t the only vampire who longs to return to life as a human, and the question of who will take the cure is resolved in the heart-stopping season finale, along with moments of unexpected joy, unspeakable sorrow, and a confession of true love. The series heads into its fifth season with some characters headed off to college, a newly cured vampire trying to survive as a human, and a shocking Salvatore secret.
Today at the CW Upfront Presentation in New York, the network revealed their fall schedule and several nights are gonna be packed with Sci-fi/Fantasy/Paranormal shows for all of us to enjoy!
Here are the deets on when all the show’s we love and will love will air:
Mondays – A returning show will be moving to Mondays. Expect Beauty and the Beast every Monday night at 9pm EST.
Tuesdays – Tuesday night’s will be the home of one of the show’s I’m looking forward to most — The Orignials! It will air at 8pm EST, followed by Supernatural, on a new night at 9pm EST.
Here’s a promo for The Originals:
Wednesdays – Sticking with it’s normal night, Arrow will air on Wednesday nights at 8pm EST and another new show — The Tomorrow People will follow at 9pm EST.
Here’s a clip from The Tomorrow People:
Thursdays — Finally, on Thursdays, it’ll be much the same as it’s been for the past few years. The Vampire Diaries 5th season will air at it’s normal time at 8pm EST, ending all the Sci-fi/Fantasy/Paranormal craziness on the network for the week.
In addition to these shows, there are a few shows scheduled as mid-season replacements.
Star-Crossed about a dramatic teen romance between two kids who first met when his alien spacecraft crashed into Earth. It stars Aimee Teegarden and Matt Lanter.
And, The 100, which is a drama about young people sent back to Earth from spaceships, 50 years after a nuclear holocaust destroyed the planet and the only survivors were those people in the ships.
Finally, the CW Upfront’s are nothing without all the stars of all the shows.
Here are several pictures from the Red Carpet:
Grimm – “There will be references” to to the Woman in Black (Nick’s mom) in next Tuesday’s finale, per David Giuntoli. “There will be communiqués involved. I’m not sure in what capacity she’ll be back next season, but I’ve been ‘hearing things.’” (I have too; she’ll be back). Speaking of the finale, Giuntoli offers up the following teases: “There are going to be zombies; one of the main characters kinda-sorta dies and may or may not be coming back; and Nick and Juliet – romance!”
666 Park Avenue – The remaining four episodes will unspool Saturday nights beginning in June, and Rachael Taylor is giving the final episode two very enthusiastic thumbs up. “I love the ending,” she tells TVLine. “Everything gets completely flipped on its head, and it was very fun for me to play. My character is very different in the last episode. I’m really looking forward to people seeing the end, because s—t gets crazy.”
The Vampire Diaries – Here’s three hints on who takes the cure in the finale. 1) It’s not who I thought it would be. 2) Julie Plec is a genius. 3) Julie Plec is a genius.
Once Upon a Time – The role of Peter Pan will be played by… a dude! “I can confirm that it will be a male playing the part,” exec producer Adam Horowitz tells TVLine. Beyond that, “Anything to do with that casting we don’t want to talk about, because that would be a big spoiler. Our approach to Peter Pan is one we’re super-excited about. Since Season 1, the Peter Pan mythology was something we wanted to do, but we couldn’t because of the rights issues. Once they were dealt with, we were able to finally go to town and open that world up. We started with Captain Hook, and we knew we wanted to build to what we’re about to do in Season 3.”
Revolution – Not only did Matt Mitovich score you some scoop, he scored it directly from Giancarlo Esposito, who told him, through the finale, “Tom’s next move is to try and cover his own butt, first. But also, there is a race to figure out who really is in control of the power. The final episode will blow your mind in terms of all of the elements coming together, and some questions you haven’t even thought of asking will be answered.”