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Another set of exit interviews … this time with Parade Magazine.
All good things come to an end and such will be the case tonight when the series finale for The Vampire Diaries airs, bringing the hit CW seriesâ eight-year run to a close.
The night begins at 8 p.m. ET/PT with a one-hour retrospective, featuring interviews with past and present cast members and guest stars, a conversation with executive producers Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson, behind-the-scenes footage from the final season and special moments from the past eight years.
Then Old Friends, the series finale episode, airs at 9 p.m. ET/PT when Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) must fight their greatest enemy for one last battle, which will determine the fate of Mystic Falls.
But before tuning in, check out the interview with Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder, Michael Malarkey (Enzo) and Zach Roerig (Matt Donovan) in which they share their favorite memories of the show, their feelings on reading the final script, what they took as a remembrance from the set, the return of old cast members, the possibility of a reboot, and more.
What is your favorite memory from the past eight seasons?
Paul Wesley: Off the top of my head, I donât really have a favorite memory, but in the general sense, as an actor, you audition for something, you get a job, you shoot that job, and then you go away and shoot the next job. It all comes and goes. And with something like this, I never knew walking into that room that it was going to be eight years of my life. I started the job as a certain kind of person, and I left a completely different person. Itâs shaped my entire existence, or at least a lot of my formative years, my 20s. This show is going to forever be ingrained in my personality, which is a major deal. I didnât sign up for that when I walked into the audition, but Iâm very grateful for it. Itâs amazing! Iâm scarred for life.
Ian Somerhalder: You have to realize that itâs 171 episodes, at a minimum of eight days per episode and sometimes ten, so youâre looking at hundreds and hundreds of days. The newness of it, in the beginning, was really special, with the bonding of this cast and crew. Thatâs what you miss most, when you leave these things. Itâs not performing every day, or the writing. You miss the cast and the crew. You miss all the people who make it work because you, effectively, become a family.
Paul and I have been joking for years while weâre killing each other or staking people. In the middle of it, all of a sudden, thereâs a fart joke, and youâre just hysterically laughing while everyone is covered in blood. There were these really funny juxtapositions, and there are just too many to count. Itâs an era of our lives. Iâm 38. Eight years of that is a substantial part of your life.
Paul: We watched Episode 5 in my apartment, with a bunch of people. I think thatâs when we were like, âOh, this show is pretty good!â It was this episode called âLost Girls.â
Ian: Itâs my favorite episode, ever.
Paul: Mine, too. Ian and I watched the episode together, and thatâs when we were both like, âThis is really good!â That was a great moment.
Zach Roerig: My favorite memory would be the pilot. A lot of us were very young, and it was early in our careers. There was a certain excitement. There was an electric buzz in Vancouver that we all felt, especially around the casting of Stefan. Most of us were there in Vancouver, waiting to see who they were going to cast.
I remember Kayla Ewell and Nina [Dobrev] floating around pictures on their phones of who they might pick, and I saw a picture of Paul. It was the beginning of the very formative years of all of our lives, I guess. Vancouver definitely sticks out in my mind.
Michael Malarkey: For me, it was also the beginning. That first episode that I shot, with Ian in the cell, felt like we were shooting this little short film. All my scenes, we were shooting together, and we just had this instant connection and understanding of each other. When you come onto a show late in the game, itâs rare that you have that synergy with one of the main actors on the show. I found that, subsequently, with the rest of the cast and was embraced into this world. I feel like Iâve been there forever. It all started with that episode, so thatâs my most pivotal and favorite memory.
In these final episodes, you had some returning cast members, like Melinda Clarke, Kayla Ewell and Nina Dobrev. What was it like to work with the returning cast again?
Zach: It was very fitting. It was nice having Kayla come back to say goodbye, as a friend, and getting to work with her again.
Paul: And on that note, I think it would be strange to not have Nina come back for the finale. The whole story is about two brothers, essentially, fighting over a girl. Obviously, there were a bazillion other storylines, but I felt like it would have been a real shame for the fans and for the show not to wrap that up to a degree.
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Па́вел То́маш Василе́вски (англ. Pawel Tomasz Wasilewski, род. 23 июля 1982, Нью-Брансуик), профессионально известный как Пол Уэ́сли (англ. Paul Wesley) — американский актёр, режиссёр и продюсер.
Пол Уэсли: биография. Пол Уэсли – голливудский актер со славянскими корнями. Уэсли получил мировую популярность после того.
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Behind the wheel of the all-new Cadillac CT6 PLUG-IN, actor & environmentalist, Paul Wesley went on a 31-mile journey on one charge across the Bay Area.
Pawel Tomasz Wasilewski (born July 23, 1982), known professionally as Paul Wesley and formerly as Paul Wasilewski, is an American actor, director, and producer.