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Nina Dobrev- Seventeen Magazine



“You just cant help who you have a connection to.”
Nina Dobrev will be gracing the cover of Seventeen magazines October issues. According to, Dobrev finally speaks out about her relationship with her co-star and talks about the struggles she faced in the beginning trying to avoid a work relationship. Her efforts clearly failed.

In her very first Seventeen magazine cover, which dates back about two years ago,  Dobrev recalls the headline being, “Why I would never date a co-star.” Dobrev indicates that at the time she started work on The Vampire Diaries and wanted everything to stay professional and strictly business oriented.

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Forward to today and Dobrev is dating her sexy, and just a tad bit older co-star, Ian Somerhalder. Although the couple kept their relationship private for quite some time, the chemistry was inevitable.  “Sometimes you can’t help who you have a connection with, and you can only fight it for so long – which I did for a really, really long time,” Dobrev said.

Heres what I think happened. She walked in on set,  laid eyes on Somerhalder and said “Oh crap.” The rest is history. Come on, who could ever resist those eyes and that charm??? Can you blame the girl. Even though these off-screen relationships can be very cute and inspiring, we have seen a lot go down the drain (cough Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush). I’m crossing my fingers and hoping this one will prove everyone wrong. They really do make the perfect couple!

The Seventeen article also touches on how Dobrev spends her weekends away from her beau, mainly indulging in girl time with the ladies from The Vampire Diaries. “We go to dinner or cook dinner together, watch movies, lie on the beach and take tons of pictures. This year, we went to Disney World. I wanted to have funnel cake and pop, and just be immature with my girls,” Dobrev said.
If you think that her very hands on romance will take her away from her goals as an actress, you might just be wrong. Apart from filming a very intense season of TVD, Dobrev will also appear in the highly anticipated film,The Perks of Being a Wallflower later on this year.

source:  Seventeen Magazine Interview

Photo: By [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

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‘Legacies’ Actor Matthew Davis Welcomes Baby Girl with Wife Kiley Casciano!



Legacies I'll Never Give Up Hope Review

Some good news during this coronavirus pandemic – Matthew Davis is a dad!

The Legacies star welcomed his first child with wife, Kiley Casciano, on Tuesday, March 31.

“Ripley Nightingale Davis,” the 41-year-old tweeted revealing the bundle of joy’s name.

“Born March 31st 9:51 p.m. 7lbs, blond hair, blue eyes, Mom’s beautiful face. Thank you everyone for all your love and support,” he added.

He followed that by adding, “let’s hope she doesn’t have my dyslexia.”

Kiley last showed off her bloomin’ baby bump on March 10 writing, “Nothing says thrill like having a baby during a pandemic.”

The couple had a baby shower on March 6th just days before many states began imposing “stay at home” orders.

David has long been a part of the franchise having previously starred on The Vampire Diaries and The Originals as Alaric Saltzman, vampire-hunter turned dad of two supernatural twins and headmaster of the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted.

It’s safe to say, he has tons of experience with rowdy children who tend to get into a lot of trouble!

You can read the Legacies season finale review right here!

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CW’s Summer Schedule Brings ‘Burden of Truth,’ ‘Bulletproof,’ and More



The CW Announces Summer Schedule 2020

The CW has been working tirelessly to provide its quarantined audience with an ample amount of content despite many shows in limbo due to shuttered productions and unfulfilled episode orders and seasons.

They recently released their upcoming schedule for some of the spring shows to round out their seasons including Riverdale, Nancy Drew, The Flash and Supergirl. 

But now, they’re looking towards the warmer months by releasing the summer schedule.

Kristin Kreuk’s “Burden of Truth” will return for its third season on Thursday, May 21.
Bulletproof will be back for season two on Wednesday, June 17, while Penn & Teller: Fool Us pops back on June 22.
Check out The CW’s full summer 2020 schedule below:

Friday, May 15

Masters of Illusion (Season Premiere)
Masters of Illusion (Special Original Episode)

Thursday, May 21

Burden of Truth (Season Premiere)
In the Dark (Original Episode)

Wednesday, June 17

Bulletproof (Season Premiere)

Monday, June 22

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Original Episode)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Encore Episode)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Season Premiere)

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When Will ‘Riverdale’ Air Hedwig Musical Episode?



Riverdale Postpones Hedwig Musical Episode

Coronavirus is effecting the upcoming schedule on The CW.

And Riverdale fans might not be pleased because the musical episode has been postponed as the series goes on an indefinite hiatus.

The teen drama has been on a break since March 11 and was set to return with a musical episode focusing on Hedwig and the Angry Inch on April 8.

Unfortunately, that’s not happening. The musical episode is being moved to April 15 instead!

A schedule update for the first week of April (April 6th) reveals that the network will air a re-rerun of its DC’s crossover “Crisis on Infinite Earths” instead of the episode “Wicked Little Town.”

No Worries, KJ Apa Will Star As Archie on ‘Riverdale’ For At Least 3 More Years

The 5-part crossover which brought together The CW’s biggest superheroes into one 5-hours episode in 2019 and the beginning of 2020 is filling a few voids in the schedule including Sunday’s time-block of Supergirl and Batwoman. It’s also stepping in to fill Thursday’s time slot, which usually went to Legacies. The series is set to air a premature season finale on March 26 after production shuttered due to the outbreak and they couldn’t finish filming the season.

Riverdale was forced to shutter production this season after a member of the crew tested positive for coronavirus. All shows followed suit shortly after.

Roswell, New Mexico, Nancy Drew, Charmed, and Dynasty will all air new episodes next week!

Check out the CW’s new revised schedule and keep your eyes peeled for updates as many networks will be making changes !

Sunday, April 5
8 pm Batwoman (rerun)
9 pm Supergirl (rerun)

Monday, April 6
8 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (new)
8:30 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (rerun)
9 pm Roswell, New Mexico (new)

Tuesday, April 7
8 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 1 (rerun)
9 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 2 (rerun)

Wednesday, April 8
8 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 3 (rerun)
9 pm Nancy Drew (new)

Thursday, April 9
8 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 4 (rerun)
9 pm “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Part 5 (rerun)

Friday, April 10
8 pm Charmed (new)
9 pm Dynasty (new)

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