It’s going to take months before The Vampire Diaries returns for its sophomore season but luckily, there are a bunch of spoilers out there to help ease the wait, thanks to MTV’s Hollywood Crush. If you want to know what’s in store for the new season, check out the scoop after the jump.

Final Warning: This article contains major spoilers for the second season of The Vampire Diaries.

The Mystic Falls Love Square

As if the Damon-Elena-Stefan love triangle isn’t intriguing enough, executive producer Julie Plec hints that “it’s going to be a very profound triangle,” cautioning viewers to expect more of a “love square” with the arrival of Katherine in Mystic Falls. “Damon’s still got a long way to go until he’s man enough to deserve Elena. But he has a strong pull, a strong draw,” she says.

Take the Quiz: Who is your Vampire Soulmate?


Speaking of Katherine, The Vampire Diaries hasn’t really explored why the ancient vamp and Elena look so much a like but when the show returns with new episodes, that big mystery will gradually unfold. Evidently, Katherine and Elena are indeed related, unlike in the novels. “Our position is very much that the bloodline is the Pierce bloodline. Isobel is part of that, as is Elena. Elena looks like Katherine, they’re doppelgangers. That’s the big question that will continue to be asked deep into the second season,” Plec explains.

Take the Quiz: Which Vampire Diaries Character Are You?

Bromance and Werewolves

As hinted many times, the second season of The Vampire Diaries will visibly introduce the werewolf mythology and according to Plec, “Tyler is crucial to this mythology.” She also adds that “Season two is big time about the Lockwoods, so the first thing that happens is Mrs. Lockwood steps in as interim mayor.” Meanwhile, fans will be seeing more of the unlikely alliance between Tyler and Jeremy, and Stefan and Matt.

What do you think of the new season? What are you most excited about? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

(Image courtesy of The CW)

Kris De Leon

Staff Writer, BuddyTV