'The Vampire Diaries' Season 4 Spoilers: New Details on Meredith; Stephan Gives Elena A Ring
Fans are gearing up to watch the first episode of "The Vampire Diaries" Season 4.
New details of the season and first episode are slowly being revealed.
Fans are wondering what will happen with Meredith (played by Torrey DeVitto).
According to TV Fanatic [SPOILER ALERT], Meredith may end up sharing a few drinks with Damon (played by Ian Somerhalder), a new/old Damon, that is.
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"Meredith in the beginning is just trying to keep her head above water, realizing that she's found herself dropped into this supernatural world she never really meant to get involved with," exexutive producer Julie Plec told TV Line. "She has a choice to make: Does she want to dive in head first and embrace it? Or does she want to pull back and say, 'Hey you know what? Why don't you guys leave me out of it.' We'll be seeing a little bit of her in the beginning of the season."
In the latest spoiler for episode one, "Growing Pains," Elena (played by Nina Dobrev) gets her first ring.
TV Guide editor Natalie Abrams said that it won't be long before Elena starts embracing her new vampirism.
"Once the transition starts, there's no turning back. Fortunately, she's got a ton of friends who have already been through it themselves! In the season premiere, Stefan will have a heartfelt chat with Elena about her new strengths and weaknesses. He'll also present her with her first daylight ring - made especially for her by Bonnie."
Bonnie (played by Kat Graham) is Elena's no-nonsense best friend on the show, and is also a witch.
The ring that Stefan (played by Paul Wesley) gives to Elena is not an engagement or promise ring. It's a daywalker ring.
"That's just what every new vampire needs - besides the love and support of her fellow supernatural friends, of course," according to Wet Paint.
Season 4 will pack a lot more information.
"This year, Damon is the Damon of Season 1, minus the posturing and posing. ... He is who he is. He's got attitude. He's always right. He's rarely wrong," Plec revealed. "He might do the wrong thing, but he's always the one who's like, 'I told you guys. You should have listened to me.' So this year is going to be very much about, 'You don't like me. You want to judge me. You don't like who I am, how I do things? Well, screw you.' It's going to be a great shift for him... He's still going to be the Damon we know and love - he's still going to be kicking ass and taking names. But he just has this devil may care attitude about it. He's just not going to change for anybody anymore. He did that. That's over."
"The Vampire Diaries" will air on October 11.