Happiness is always a rarity on The Vampire Diaries, but it sounds like the drama’s Jan. 22 return (The CW, 8/7c) will find our favorite couples more divided than ever — at least initially.
With seven days until TVD‘s glorious return, TVLine caught up with executive producer Julie Plec for seven teases about what’s to come. Think of this interview as your personal vampire-themed Advent calendar — or you can just read all the answers in one sitting. This is America.
Young fans of the CW television network won’t have any suspense about their favorite programs. The CW said Sunday that all eight of the scripted series that were part of its fall lineup will return again next season.
The order includes the freshman series “Jane the Virgin,” a critical favorite that is still seeking a larger audience. Other returning shows include “Arrow,” ‘‘Reign,” ‘‘Supernatural,” ‘‘The 100,” ‘‘The Flash,” ‘‘The Originals” and “The Vampire Diaries.”
The CW has achieved modest success with a lineup heavy on zombies and vampires. CW President Mark Pedowitz said the network is slowly broadening its audience by attracting more men. Roughly 60 percent of the CW’s audience is women.
The early order of new seasons for its series gives producers more time to develop stories and plot twists moving forward, Pedowitz said.
via Access Hollywood