Merry Christmas From The CW!!!: Catch Up On ‘The Vampire Diaries’

the-vampire-diaries-cast_471x351Um, have you seen The Vampire Diaries? If not, you will not have an excuse after December 18th. No excuse that I will tolerate, anyway… ;)

The CW is blessing those who haven’t gotten with the program that is The Vampire Diaries to join the ever increasing legion of fans by airing all ten episodes of the series during the week of December 14th-18th. So no America’s Next Top Model, no 90210, no Supernatural. All The Vampire Diaries during the week.

God is good…

So, again, for those who want to join in on the fun, or record the series for a later watch date, or relive the horrific and jaw dropping moments all over again, this is the perfect opportunity!

Here is the episode count and air date during that week (tentative to change):

Monday, December 14th

8:00/7:00c – “Pilot”

9:00/8:00c – “The Night of the Comet”

Tuesday, December 15th

8:00/7:00c – “Friday Night Bites”

9:00/8:00c – “Family Ties”

Wednesday, December 16th

8:00/7:00c – “You’re Undead To Me”

9:00/8:00c – “Lost Girls”

Thursday, December 17th

8:00/7:00c – “Haunted”

9:00/8:00c – “162 Candles”

Friday, December 18th

8:00/7:00c – “History Repeating”

9:00/8:00c – “The Turning Point”

So sharpen your stakes, pick your vervain plants, and get ready to enter Mystic Falls and the world of The Vampire Diaries. Hope to see you there…

Source: THR

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