With the "Twilight" phenomenon remaining undead for quite a while longer and with "True Blood" taking over HBO again this summer, it was only a matter of time before the CW decided to adapt the cult-classic books "The Vampire Diaries" into a TV show. And, when the show does make its debut this fall, Twilighters everywhere will have another way to get their hot vampire guy fix. I haven't seen ['Twilight'] yet, so I don't know how it compares, but yeah, it's good that they're around. Smith, is the story of Elena Nina Dobrev who is torn between a pair of vampire brothers, the tortured and well-meaning Stefan Paul Wesley and the devilish Damon Somerhalder.
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Andie Star was a recurring character who appeared in the second and third season of The Vampire Diaries. She first appeared in the thirteenth episode of the second season. Andie was a year-old local newscaster for Mystic Falls and friends with Jenna. She served as a love interest for Damon after Rose 's death, as he was upset.
'Twilight' and 'The Vampire Diaries' are actually about very old men grooming teen girls for sex
Buffy had turned 17 in the previous episode, which is both the general age of sexual consent in many states and the magic age in Hollywood at which it apparently stops being weird for a high school girl to start a sexual relationship with someone 14 times her age. But the more you see and think about it, this trope of much, much older vampire and underage girl reveals gross, but pervasive, beliefs about children, men, power and sex. And they normalize the logic that abusers use to groom their victims in real life — the idea an adult can be powerless to forgo the affections of one impossibly unique and headstrong teenage girl, who alone is worthy of his special affections.
After getting caught up in the ultimate love triangle between two centuries-old vampire brothers and all the supernatural chaos that ensued, Dobrev left TVD at the end of season six to pursue "adult roles," she told Harper's Bazaar. She's been managing just fine, appearing in the remake of 's Flatliners in addition to a few other films. With his days as a bad boy blood-sucker behind him, Somerhalder took some time away from the screen to focus on his family life.