Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Vampire Diaries

For lovers of Twilight and True Blood keep a look out for the Vampire Diaries. Starting in September in the US and on Channel Nine's new digital channel GO! later in the year, The Vampire Diaries is based on the books by L.J. Smith.
The story centers around Elena Gilbert, a high school girl torn between two vampire brothers. The Vampire Diaries (tv series) is set in the small town of Mystic Falls, Virginia at the start of the new school year. The show centers around Elena, a 17-year-old high school student who has lost her parents in a car accident. Elena struggles with grief as she tries to help herself and her younger brother Jeremy move on with their lives.

Trying to live among humans, Stefan, a mysterious new kid who has recently enrolled at Elena's high school but is really a centuries-old vampire, is immediately drawn to Elena. But trouble begins when Stefan’s brother Damon, a brutal and violent vampire , tracks him down.
Check out the clip below for a sneak peek at the series or get a head start on reading the series Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith.


Raloki said...

Hi Everyone,

I'm really looking forward to the new TV Show 'Vampire Diaries' airing in Australia on the new GO! channel.
I actually thought it was on tonight and had all my munchies ready to go, but sadly NO it's not on tonight. I did actually find out roughly when we can expect this much anticipated show to begin.
If you go to this website:
Is says that it should be airing in Australia in OCTOBER this year. Yay!!

Its a pretty cool website with heaps of pix and character info, plus information on the books by L.J. Smith. I highly recommend you reserve your copy today and get up to speed with the series.
This is a quick list of the books mentioned on the website above just so you know:
- " The Vampire Diaries is a series of seven Young Adult novels by L.J. Smith. The Original Series, first published in 1991-92 by HarperCollins, comprises four volumes: The Awakening, The Struggle, The Fury, and Dark Reunion. The Return Trilogy, which begins with Nightfall (HarperTeen, February 2009), continues the story one week after the events of Dark Reunion. The final two books in the trilogy are Shadow Souls (due February 9, 2010) and Midnight (due 2010-11). "

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OH! I almost forgot! New Moon is coming out on the 19th of November so get your tickets reserved if you haven't already. Don't forget the soundtrack for the movie can be pre-ordered from places like JB HiFi and Big W and is for sale on 20th October. However if you really can't wait you can also get it from Amazon.com. Don't forget your Library will have a copy too, so keep and eye out for that.

Have a great weekend!


Anonymous said...

i started reading vampire diaries a while back and I was ECSTATIC to find out that the tv show is airing on GO!!!!!!

its on next monday 8.30 as a matter of fact =D=D=D

much rather look at "Damon" then Robert Pattinson xD


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