“Lexa has influenced her in so many ways,” EP/showrunner Jason Rothenbergshared with EW about the impact Lexa made on Clarke.
“The fact that Clarke is trying to transcend her tribalism is really a direct result of her relationship with Lexa. Lexa helped her see the world differently, and vice versa. And yet we do need to sort of move on.
“And so, she will eventually do that, but I’m not gonna say whether or not it’ll happen this season.”
He adds, “The truth is that Lexa was the love of her life, but [Clarke] is only 18 years old. We move on, we figure out a way to compartmentalize, and you try and you don’t forget. The person should never forget.”
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We’re less than 10 days away from the winter premiere of The Fosters — and JJJ is so ready!
Thankfully, since there was so much going on last season, Freeform has released a recap of what went down in the first half of the season. Check it out below!
In the winter premiere ep, in the aftermath of Jesus’ fight with Nick over Mariana, Jesus is knocked out. On the way to the hospital, things take a turn for the worse, leaving him fighting for his life.
Meanwhile, Callie finds herself in a dangerous situation after taking a ride with Troy and Mariana is guilt-ridden over the fact that her actions led to Jesus’ current condition.
The Fosters returns on Tuesday, January 31st @ 8PM ET/PT on Freeform.
She’s so talented but instead of showing her art in galleries, she’s going in a different direction.
“She’s a tattoo artist at the moment. For this season, that’s the area we’re going to see her in now. We’re going to see a lot of Bay in the Kansas City tattoo scene,” Vanessa revealed of Bay’s new line of work.
When we asked if she thought Bay had any herself, she told us: “It would be really difficult for a tattoo artist not to have any tattoos…
“However, we didn’t see any tattoos on her last season at all. So, if she has one, it would have to be in an area that you don’t see.”
“You’ll just have to tune in to see about those tattoos she may or may not have,” Vanessa teased. “If she got a tattoo in an unseen place, she would’ve gotten that in China, I think. I’m not saying it happened, but I’m not saying it didn’t either.”
Switched At Birth premieres on Tuesday, January 31st on Freeform.
“A lot of songs are about what he’s experiencing, either with Grundy or the battle between Betty and Veronica,” KJ shared with press in a recent set visit. “You hear it in the lyrics, what it’s about. He writes these songs, each song has a different story and whatever episode it’s in, it plays in a moment where it can relate to what’s happening in the scene.”
He added about Archie’s time with Josie: “Archie really admires the Pussycats and Josie and her musical talent because he’s an aspiring musician and he wants to get better as well…[and] he tries to hang out with them [but] she doesn’t want a part of it.”
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We mean, how many goals are they in these stills from tonight’s all new episode? So many!
In “The Simple Intimacy of the Near Touch”, Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) return to Mystic Falls at Sybil’s (Nathalie Kelley) request as she is still in search of the historical artifact.
Bonnie returns from Paris wearing a vile of Enzo’s blood making Caroline (Candice King), wonder if she will become a vampire.
They all meet up at the Miss Mystic Falls pageant where Sybil continues to taunt Damon with memories of Elena.
The Vampire Diaries airs TONIGHT, January 20th @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW.
The Vampire Diaries | “The Simple Intimacy of the Near Touch” Clip