Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec recently attended the ATX Television Festival on Sunday to headline their fan-favorite supernatural TV drama series "Vampire Diaries" which is on its way to Season 7.
Creator Kevin Williamson was joined by co-showrunner Paul Stupin, Jenny Bicks, Rob Thomas, Gina Fattore and Anna Fricke for an ATX Television Festival moderated by writer/EP Julie Plec on Saturday. read more
Coming off a five-year run at the helm of their USA Network action drama series Covert Affairs, Matt Corman and Chris Ord have joined the midseason CW drama Containment as executive producers and co-showrunners alongside Julie Plec.Show More Summary
Nina Dobrev has officially left The Vampire Diaries. Creator Julie Plec and company came up with a unique way to write the character of Elena Gilbert off on The Vampire Diaries Season 6 Episode 22, as a cursed Elena is now tied to Bonnie...Show More Summary
Oh. My. God. Did you make it through The Vampire Diaries season six finale alive? Because we sure didn't. Executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries killed us. Not...
Here's the first look at The CW’s new series trailers for 2015-16. Containment Produced by Warner Bros TV, My So-Called Company and Eyeworks. From writer/executive producer Julie Plec and director/executive producer David Nutter. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Produced by CBS Television Studios. Show More Summary
The CW’s new show trailers are here: Below, get your first look at the Arrow-Flash spinoff DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Julie Plec drama Containment and Rebecca Bloom’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Plec talks with THR about the chaos-filled finale, Michael Trevino's future with the series, and how long the show might last beyond season six. read more
Nina Dobrev's untimely exit from The CW's hit supernatural TV drama series "The Vampire Diaries" saddened the fans. The star who played the leading role as Elena Gilbert really wanted to expand her horizon in Hollywood.
The CW's fall schedule has arrived!
RIP Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev)? Ever since Dobrev and executive producer Julie Plec revealed that The Vampire Diaries season six finale would be Dobrev's last episode, fans...
It is officially on between Shonda Rhimes and Julie Plec. With ABC having already handed Thursday nights over entirely to their uber producer, The CW has now come out with its brand new fall schedule. And it's done the exact same thing. The Originals Season 3 is moving to Thursdays, following The Vampire Diaries. Show More Summary
Producer Julie Plec owns Thursdays with 'The Vampire Diaries' and 'The Originals' airing back-to-back. read more
It's official: Julie Plec is the CW's Shonda Rhimes! The network unveiled their new schedule for the 2015 fall season on Thursday morning, and for the second year in a row, The...
It's official: we are so not ready for The Vampire Diaries season six finale tomorrow night. Not only are we going to see the fallout from the worst. Wedding. Ever, thanks to Kai...
True to form for The Vampire Diaries, a series regular's life hangs in the balance heading into Thursday's season finale. But unlike ever before, this time we know for sure that by the end of the hour, we're saying goodbye to Elena Gilbert regardless of whether she lives or dies. Show More Summary
"Klaus has basically a support group filled with enemies who are feeling very betrayed by him," Plec tells THR. "But to their own frustration, [they] find themselves having to fight his war for him and with him, even though they'd probably rather never talk to him again." read more
"There's a lot more going on in the episode," executive producer Julie Plec tells THR about those spoiler-filled finale promos. read more
The CW just announced three new shows you’ll be seeing on the network for the upcoming 2015-2016 season. THR reports that the CW has picked up Julie Plec‘s Cordon adaption and the Arrow/Flash spinoff, titled DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, PLUS Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Cordon (from a Belgian series), centers on what happens when a deadly epidemic [...]
The CW is in a position of relative strength going into the 2015-16 season. With the success of "The Flash" and the critical acclaim of "Jane the Virgin," it has more to build on than in the recent past.Per usual, the network isn't picking...Show More Summary