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Legacies Spoilers: Everything We Know About Season 2

We are just one month away from the return of Legacies -- the third series in The Vampire Diaries universe.

There has been a lot of information about what's coming our way on Legacies Season 2 and TV Fanatic is here to help round up all the information in one place.

When Does Legacies Season 2 Premiere?

The series will return to the air Thursday, October 10 at 9/8c on The CW.

Mystic Falls Will Have a New Sheriff

TV Line revealed in August that Bianca Kajlich (Rules of Engagement) would take on the role of Sheriff Mac, the new lady in charge of Mystic Falls.

Sheriff Mac is “the human line of defense in a town regularly besieged by monsters. Despite a troubled past, she’s willing to open herself up to a new romance when the opportunity arises.”

Related: Legacies: Meet Matt Donovan's Replacement

Even more intriguing is that Sheriff
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Legacies Season 2 Casting Twist: Meet Matt Donovan's Replacement!

Matt Donovan will not be the sheriff of Mystic Falls when Legacies Season 2 launches later this year.

TV Line is reporting that Bianca Kajlich (Rules of Engagement) will take on the role of Sheriff Mac, the lady in charge of the town we've loved since The Vampire Diaries debuted almost ten years ago.

Sheriff Mac is “the human line of defense in a town regularly besieged by monsters. Despite a troubled past, she’s willing to open herself up to a new romance when the opportunity arises.”

Related: Legacies Season 2 Adds Alexis Denisof

The outlet also reports that Mac is named after Marguerite MacIntyre who played Liz Forbes on The Vampire Diaries.

After leaving The Vampire Diaries during its sixth season, MacIntyre moved to The Originals to work in the storyline department. She then became a writer on Legacies.

As for Matt Donovan, he was played by Zach Roerig on The Vampire Diaries.
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Legacies Season 2: Meet Mystic Falls' New Sheriff and 'Good-Hearted' Son

Legacies Season 2: Meet Mystic Falls' New Sheriff and 'Good-Hearted' Son
Supernatural baddies beware, there’s a new sheriff in Mystic Falls. Bianca Kajlich (Dawson’s Creek) will recur in Season 2 of The CW’s Legacies as Sheriff Mac, TVLine has learned exclusively.

A single mother and career woman, Sheriff Mac stands as “the human line of defense in a town regularly besieged by monsters. Despite a troubled past, she’s willing to open herself up to a new romance when the opportunity arises.” (Executive producer Julie Plec confirms that the sheriff’s name is a nod to Marguerite MacIntyre, who famously portrayed Sheriff Forbes on The Vampire Diaries.)

More from
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 11)

1979: Ryan's Hope's Maeve reminisced.

1984: Guiding Light's Mindy was rushed to the hospital.

1989: The original Dynasty ended its run.

1990: Dallas' J.R. was double-crossed by James."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into d ifferent and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1964: On Another World, Jim (Leon Janney) questioned Pat (Susan Trustman) about her date with Tom Baxter (Nicholas Pryor).

1970: On Dark Shadows, William Loomis (John Karlen) continued to interview Barnabas (Jonathan Frid) for his book.

1972: NBC aired the 2,000th episode of Another World.

1976: The 3rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were
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Women’s Advocacy Group WeForShe Announces 2019 WriteHer Script List

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Exclusive: Women’s advocacy organization WeForShe has selected 20 unproduced female-written television scripts, plus an additional five “scripts to watch” for its fifth annual WriteHer List.

The scripts were selected from a record 500-plus nominations and evaluated based on criteria including diversity of cast, the number and quality of female roles, and the Bechdel Test — a measure of female representation in fiction. A group of network and studio execs, showrunners, producers and directors curated the list.

The scripts include Almost Olympian by Emma Jay, La Coyote by Rebecca Feldman, Vesta by Jenny Deiker Restivo and Thorns by Caroline Levich & Michelle Badillo.

The WriteHer List, introduced in 2015, is one of the tools created by WeForShe for use by the entertainment industry’s content creators and decision-makers to help increase the number of women working in entertainment.

“We are thrilled to see how the engagement has grown with the community year over year,
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 11)

1979: Ryan's Hope's Maeve reminisced.

1984: Guiding Light's Mindy was rushed to the hospital.

1989: The original Dynasty ended its run.

1990: Dallas' J.R. was double-crossed by James."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1964: On Another World, Jim (Leon Janney) questioned Pat (Susan Trustman) about her date with Tom Baxter (Nicholas Pryor).

1970: On Dark Shadows, William Loomis (John Karlen) continued to interview Barnabas (Jonathan Frid) for his book.
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"The Vampire Diaries: Home"

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Sneak Peek footage from the "The Vampire Diaries" episode "Home", directed by Chris Grismer, that aired May 15, 2014 on The CW:

"...heartbroken by an unexpected tragedy, 'Damon' (Ian Somerhalder) is focused on holding himself together, while pushing 'Bonnie' (Kat Graham) harder than ever to find a way to stop the disintegration of the 'Other Side'.

"'Elena' (Nina Dobrev) takes matters into her own hands and demands that 'Liv' (Penelope Mitchell) and 'Luke' (Chris Broshu) help her, but Liv refuses to cooperate until 'Caroline' (Candice Accola) provides her with some personal motivation.

"'Sheriff Forbes' (guest star 'Marguerite MacIntyre') is horrified when 'Markos' (Raffi Barsoumian) uses violence against 'Tyler/Julian' (Michael Trevino) to prove that 'Mystic Falls' is now under the control of the 'Travelers'.

"With new information from Sheriff Forbes, Damon comes up with a dangerous plan that relies on split-second timing from 'Jeremy' (Steven R. McQueen) and 'Matt' (Zach Roerig
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Vampire Diaries Photos: Sheriff Forbes, Tyler Lockwood (and More?) Return

Vampire Diaries Photos: Sheriff Forbes, Tyler Lockwood (and More?) Return
What would a trip into Damon Salvatore’s subconscious be without a visit from a few (mostly) friendly faces?

RelatedIan Somerhalder on Elena’s Presence in The Vampire Diaries‘ Final Episodes: ‘She Is Still the Light in Damon’s Life’

The CW on Monday released several new shots from Friday’s episode of The Vampire Diaries (8/7c), appropriately titled “Nostalgia’s a Bitch,” featuring the return of two beloved characters: Sheriff Forbes (played by Marguerite MacIntyre) and Tyler Lockwood (played by Michael Trevino).

As you probably recall, Caroline’s mom lost her battle with cancer back in Season 6, while
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"The Vampire Diaries: The Walking Dead"

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Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from "The Vampire Diaries" episode "The Walking Dead", written by Brian Young, Caroline Dries and directed by Rob Hardy, that aired May 9, 2013 on The CW:

"...as Graduation Day approaches, 'Caroline' (Candice Accola) tries to distract 'Elena' (Elena Dobrev) by focusing on simple tasks like sending out announcements, but Elena won’t be swayed from her new obsession.

"'Sheriff Forbes' (Marguerite MacIntyre) calls 'Damon' (Ian Somerhalder) and 'Stefan' (Paul Wesley) to the hospital, where someone has been attacking patients.

"Still trying to force 'Katherine' (Elena Dobrev) to help her, 'Bonnie' (Kat Graham) refuses to give up on her plan to defeat 'Silas'.

"As a violent wind storm causes a power outage in 'Mystic Falls', ghosts suddenly appear – some with good intentions and some bent on revenge..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Vampire Diaries: The Walking Dead"...
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Kyle Xy: Matt Dallas Would Love to Wrap Up the Series with the Cast

Is Kyle Xy making a comeback? Recently, star Matt Dallas said he would be interested in wrapping up the cancelled ABC Family series.This week, the sci-fi teen drama is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its premiere. The show followed Kyle (Dallas), a mysterious teenage boy who wakes up with no memories in a forest surrounding Seattle. The cast included Marguerite MacIntyre, Bruce Thomas, April Matson, and Kirsten Prout. ABC Family cancelled the series in 2009 after three seasons.Read More…
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Kyle Xy: The Matt Dallas Drama Premiered 10 years Ago on ABC Family

Remember the boy with no belly button? Ten years ago, Kyle Xy debuted on ABC Family.

Created by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber, the sci-fi teen drama centered on Kyle (Matt Dallas), a mysterious young man who wakes up naked and with no memories in a forest outside Seattle. The cast also included Marguerite MacIntyre, Bruce Thomas, April Matson, and Kirsten Prout.

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The Originals, Ep. 2.19, “When the Levee Breaks” suffers from Klaus’s excessive paranoia

The Originals, Season 2, Episode 19, “When the Levee Breaks”

Written by Marguerite MacIntyre

Directed by Bethany Rooney

Airs Mondays at 8pm (Et) on The CW

On this week’s The Originals, Klaus’s paranoia turns everyone against him, Dahlia remains a terrifying threat, Hayley enlists Aiden’s help suppressing Hope’s magic, Elijah chooses sides, and another character falls victim to Dahlia.

“When the Levee Breaks” is undeniably one of season two’s best offerings; it’s simultaneously heartbreaking, thrilling, and incredibly tense. The Originals consistently operates at peak performance when a finale looms near, and this episode is no exception.

Ever since her arrival last week, Dahlia’s presence in New Orleans has been wildly unpredictable and frightening. She’s very good at being creepy, as evidenced by her use of Josephine’s corpse (which drips blood through her conveniently-placed neck scarf in a very disgusting, yet kind of cool,
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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Newzoids, Bear Grylls, Vampire Diaries

Newzoids: ITV, 9pm

First in the series of the satirical sketch show featuring a blend of puppetry and animation.

Expect pokes at politicians and the royal family as well as TV, music and sports stars, and the voice talents of impressionists Jon Culshaw, Debra Stephenson, Lewis Macleod and Simon Greenall.

The Island with Bear Grylls: Channel 4, 9pm

The men's team face tough challenges this week, as they struggle to survive without necessities on the island.

A rivalry breaks out between builders Paul and Andy, and two of the islanders are swept off the rocks while fishing in a dangerous stretch of coastline.

The Vampire Diaries: ITV2, 9pm

Luke (Chris Brochu) and Liv (Penelope Mitchell) plead with their father to allow Jo (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) and Kai (Chris Wood) take their place in the merge ceremony.

Caroline's (Candice Accola) plan has devastating results, leading Jo to set out
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Nina Dobrev Is Leaving The Vampire Diaries

  • Vulture
Nina Dobrev Is Leaving The Vampire Diaries
Nina Dobrev, star of the CW's Vampire Diaries, won't return for the show's seventh season, the actress announced Monday via Instagram. Her exit follows those of Steven R. McQueen and Marguerite MacIntyre. In a lengthy message, the lead wrote that she always wanted Elena's story to stretch six seasons, but she promised there will be some crazy developments to come. "Saying goodbye to Nina is both bittersweet and beautiful," executive producer Julie Plec said in a statement released to The Hollywood Reporter. "We support her a thousand-fold. We will miss Nina and the 400 characters she played, but we look forward to the insane and exciting challenge of continuing to tell stories of our Salvatore Brothers and our much-loved and gifted ensemble."Here's Dobrev's announcement in full: Dearest Tvd Family, I've just spent the most beautiful weekend on Lake Lanier in Georgia with my own Tvd Family, the cast and crew
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The Vampire Diaries Review: “The Downward Spiral” (Season 6, Episode 16)

Ian Somerhalder made his directorial debut with tonight’s jaw dropping episode of The Vampire Diaries. “The Downward Spiral” explored a darker side of the show than fans have seen anytime recently, and on a series that deals in death and dismemberment on a weekly basis, that’s saying a lot.

Viewers may be mourning the loss of Tvd regular, Marguerite MacIntyre, otherwise known as Sheriff Forbes, mother of the perkiest vampire we know, but her daughter isn’t feeling a thing. Caroline (Candice Accola) has pulled an Elena (Nina Dobrev) and instead of dealing with her emotions like regular humans are forced to do, she’s flipped the switch on her humanity – predictable, yet proven efficient in the immediate sense of the word.

The writers have explored this option over the years with both Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena, so it’s not a new concept entirely, but for recycled material,
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Candice Accola Warns The Vampire Diaries Is About to Get More Emotional: "Thank God For Waterproof Mascara!"

Candice Accola Warns The Vampire Diaries Is About to Get More Emotional:
The Vampire Diaries knows how to shatter our hearts into a million tiny pieces...in the best way, of course. The CW supernatural drama has become an expert on tugging on our heartstrings and punching us right in the gut over the past six seasons, and all that culminated last week when (spoiler alert!) Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre) succumbed to her battle with cancer and died in the hospital, after Caroline (Candice Accola) spent the day sprucing up their cabin to make her mother's final days more comfortable. Sure, Caroline was able to give her mother a happy memory to leave with, but she wasn't able to spend her mother's final, conscious moments with her, and that's going to be tough for the...
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The Vampire Diaries Review: “Stay” (Season 6, Episode 14)

We knew it was coming, but the writers still didn’t waste anytime getting there. Tonight’s episode of The Vampire Diaries included the loss of not one, but two, recurring characters. Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre) succumbed to a very natural death, and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) ventured to parts unknown. And without any sugarcoating or exaggeration needed, “Stay” was just, well, really sad.

Knowing it was coming didn’t exactly make the ordeal any easier for fans who were treated to a truly heartbreaking final scene with Mystic Falls’ beloved Sheriff. Caroline (Candice Accola), who is arguably the character that has stayed the most consistent throughout the series, experienced a grave sense of loss (which I suspect will be magnified in the next episode) now having said goodbye to both parents, rendering her much like everyone else – an orphan. She handled it much like she handles everything else that is thrown at her though,
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Exclusive: Steven R. McQueen Says Goodbye to 'The Vampire Diaries' and Spills Cast Secrets!

Exclusive: Steven R. McQueen Says Goodbye to 'The Vampire Diaries' and Spills Cast Secrets!
After six years of dealing with blood-thirsty vampires, werewolf best-friends, and supernatural craziness -- it's time for Jeremy Gilbert to get the hell out of Mystic Falls.

Tonight's hour of The Vampire Diaries is a whiplash-inducing, roller-coaster ride of emotions, and the final episode for actor Steven R. McQueen who has held the title of TV's hottest little brother since the drama's debut in 2009.

"Jeremy has been through so much," McQueen confessed exclusively to ETonline of his character's exit. "He started as this little drug addict, and became a vampire hunter, lost pretty much everyone that he loved, except for his sister -- although I guess she died at some point. I think he's a character that has been through so much that he just, he needs a break."

News: Julie Plec Looks Back on the Scene She's Most Proud Of!

Not only is the 26-year-old actor sad to say goodbye to the youngest Gilbert, he's also going
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Photo: The Vampire Diaries First Look: See Steven R. McQueen in His Final Episode

Photo: The Vampire Diaries First Look: See Steven R. McQueen in His Final Episode
Vampire Diaries fans – are you ready to feel feelings?

Steven R. McQueen's final episode on The Vampire Diaries airs Feb. 12, and People has your exclusive first look at Jeremy's last day in Mystic Falls before he leaves town for art school.

In the photo, we see Jeremy smiling, with his bags packed, while talking to his de facto father figure, Alaric (Matt Davis). It's fine – we didn't need our hearts, anyway.

The episode, "Stay," will have Elena (Nina Dobrev) putting on a brave face as she reminisces with her brother about their past and their time spent in Mystic Falls.
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The Vampire Diaries First Look: See Steven R. McQueen in His Final Episode (Photo)

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The Vampire Diaries First Look: See Steven R. McQueen in His Final Episode (Photo)
Vampire Diaries fans - are you ready to feel feelings? Steven R. McQueen's final episode on The Vampire Diaries airs Feb. 12, and People has your exclusive first look at Jeremy's last day in Mystic Falls before he leaves town for art school.In the photo, we see Jeremy smiling, with his bags packed, while talking to his de facto father figure, Alaric (Matt Davis). It's fine - we didn't need our hearts, anyway. The episode, "Stay," will have Elena (Nina Dobrev) putting on a brave face as she reminisces with her brother about their past and their time spent in Mystic Falls.
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