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The Vampire Diaries: Season 2
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They’re back – and they’re not alone. The seductive characters of The Vampire Diaries return for a stunning 5-Disc 22-Episode Season Two. This time Elena, Stefan, Damon and the other residents of Mystic Falls are joined by sinister new blood. Released from the tomb, Katherine unleashes her personal brand of evil in a diabolical plot. The Originals – the world’s oldest and most dangerous vampires – hunt for Elena, who discovers she has a terrifying connection to their world. And now bloodsuckers aren’t the only monsters in town. On moonlit nights, werewolves roam in search of victims…including vampires, who succumb to a single werewolf bite. The Vampire Diaries: unending suspense, undying romance.
When Mystic Falls welcomes some secretive new citizens, vampires end up squaring off against warlocks and werewolves in the second season of the CW's Vampire Diaries. During the gothic horror-fantasy's first year, Elena (Nina Dobrev) also found out about Katherine, her blood-sucking look-alike (Dobrev excels in depicting these polar-opposite personalities). With Katherine back in the picture, Caroline (Candice Accola) joins the ranks of the undead, Damon (Ian Somerhalder of the overactive eyebrows) gets his anger back, and Tyler (Michael Trevino) learns about his lycanthrope legacy. That leaves Bonnie (Kat Graham), who joins forces with Damon, Stefan (Paul Wesley), and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) to track down a magical moonstone before Katherine and the Original vampires, who aim to destroy Elena to break a curse. Caroline's boyfriend, Matt (Zach Roerig), Elena's aunt, Jenna (Sara Canning), and Jenna's boyfriend, Alaric (Matt Davis), also get caught up in the supernatural skirmish.
If Tyler's Uncle Mason (Taylor Kinney) contributes to the hunk factor, werewolves don't always shake things up as much as intended, especially when Twilight got there first. The adherence to vampire mythology can also be a little lax, since this variant eats and drinks just like the living, which makes their blood lust seem more like caffeine addiction. Further, with so many pivotal relationships carrying over from the first season, the second can feel a little anticlimactic, even with charismatic new vampires, such as Rose (Lauren Cohan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies), though the bond that develops between Bonnie and Jeremy helps to counteract the more gruesome bits of business. And don't get too attached to the principal cast, because one of them won't make it out alive. Extra features offer deleted scenes, a gag reel, and featurettes that explore the wolf transformation process, the split-screen sequences, and the complicated connections between characters. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
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The second continuation of the thrilling and compelling series The Vampire Diaries, based off of the books by L.J. Smith and produced by Julie Plec left us with a theatrical season finale. Stefan and Damon’s ex-girlfriend, Katherine, is back and didn’t just come back from the love/hate relationship she has with the boys. The finale left the audience thinking about what was going to happen to Stefan and Elena's relationship with the jealous Katherine Pierce back in town, and with the effect of Jonathan Gilbert's Vampire device. As well as if Jeremy's decision to become a vampire, and Carolines health, when Tyler loses control of the car and gets himself, Matt and Caroline in a car accident.
I am not one of those people that will just spill the entire beans on a review, but I will give some inside scoop for the people who are tempted to continue watching the series after season 1. The drama that happened in season 1 definitely brought people on the edge of their seats, but after watching season 2 multiple times, I have to say it raises the bar pretty high.
Season 2 brings new and amazing characters to the show that will either stay with the series or could leave eventually. The story line goes around the return of the devious Katherine. The characters are having to adapt to her return and are on a mission to find out why she has come back. This ends up to be a definite plot twist! Through the season, a new storyline starts to form. A new type of creature returns to Mystic Falls along with a magical curse which could cause a lot of chaos.
This season definitely changes the characters forever and may lose some TVD regulars that have been on the show since day 1!! Something that was remarkable about this season was the acting from Nina Dobrev. She plays Elena, who is a regular character as well as Katherine who is a new character. Nina definitely worked her butt off playing two characters back to back every day. After watching this season, I am a huge fan of Stefan and Elena and their relationship. Watching this season definitely gave me the up and down roller coaster ride experience due to watching their relationship go through a lot of bumps in the road. One hint from this season is that Stefan and Elena’s relationship will never be the same after season 2.
Even though, Season 2 is my favorite I definitely recommend the whole series. Even though some seasons might not be as exciting as season 1 or 2, you have to keep watching. If you don’t end up liking the seasons after 1 and 2, go back and watch the seasons you did enjoy!
The actors who portray their characters - Ian Somerhalder as Damon Salvatore, Nina Dobrev as Elena Gilbert, Paul Wesley as Stefan Salvatore, and Joseph Morgan and Klaus - are absolutely great at what they do. They bring the show to life, and make you believe that this is really what's going on in Mystic Falls, Virgina. They are so indepth that you get to know, not only what is on the surface, but what is in their background, their entire past, they snap, they soften - every situation imaginable for a character's personal growth is portrayed excellently here.
This season, it picks up right where the last episode in season 1 left off, and we really learn more about all of the character's backgrounds and the motivations behind multiple characters. We see Damon's character advance and mature, as well as see his true nature (Sorry, I'm a bit biased, he's my favorite character). We learn a whole lot about this Katherine, AKA Katerina Petrova and what a doppleganger is. We learn about Stefan's not-so-innocent past. We see Caroline's character advance, mature, and grow into a stronger, self-sufficent person. And a whole lot more. Each episode is like a grand finale with little room for dull moments.
Even if you're not a fan of the vampire genre, this is a series that is very genre flexible (unless you very strictly hate fantasy, sci fi, and horror) because it is so realistic, there is something that you can relate to in every character, situation, etc.
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