Returning: The Vampire Diaries

Season Three of The Vampire Diaries has its Australian premiere on Pay TV next week.

Season Three of The Vampire Diaries has its Australian premiere on Foxtel, after a deal with the Nine Network.

It returns Tuesday night at 8:30pm.

At this stage it isn’t clear if it will air later on Free to Air, but it’s unlikely to be anytime soon.

In the third season premiere, on the morning of Elena’s 18th birthday, Caroline Forbes is busy planning a party, but Elena is focused on searching for any clues that might help her discover where Stefan is. Damon is also searching for Stefan while trying to protect Elena and keep her from doing anything that would draw Klaus’s attention. Meanwhile, Klaus and Stefan are busy trailing a werewolf named Ray Sutton. Now working at the Mystic Grill along with Matt Donovan, Jeremy Gilbert is struggling to understand why he keeps seeing the ghosts of Vicki and Anna since he was brought back to life by Bonnie Bennett’s magic. Meanwhile, Alaric does his best to watch over Elena and Jeremy while dealing with his grief over Jenna’s death, and Caroline and Tyler Lockwood face a new and unexpected challenge.

8:30pm Tuesday on FOX8.

8 Responses

  1. I’m just watching a really old recording and it has the GO! watermark where they changed the O to lips and vampire fangs for vampire diaries season 2, for like a week before it premiered if I remember correctly. How can you go from season 2 where you change the watermark of your whole station to season 3 not even airing on your channel first or possibly ever.

  2. I guess I’ll see this on DVD.

    P.S. I did see your comment Secret Squirrel in the other “Episode” article. But just now. Thanks for the laugh and shout out. Although I wasn’t planning on mentioning you know what then. It seems I don’t need to. 😉 🙂

  3. Good to hear it is finally making it to one of the basic Foxtel channels but a bummer it came to this. This was the flagship show on Go! All those promos and the cast doing stuff for Go, etc. Different show altogether but Go should have already been airing Fringe again too and they haven’t yet.

    It seems like Go is no longer about having shows of their own, but has now become a channel for movies and re-runs.

  4. Nine have three free to air channels and yet they have on sold all the great stuff to pay TV. Shows like Justified, Shameless and now Vampire Diaries. Seriously need to cancel GO and make it Nine +1. No content. Do they want us to get Pay TV? No way to run a TV network.

  5. I am disgusted by 9’s action here so have taken matters into my own hands and was doing so only minutes ago, screw them right on back after treating viewers this way. Please tell me that 9 doesn’t see a cent of the DVD money?

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