The Vampire Diaries favorite was missing in action in last week's season six premiere, but when MIchael Malarkey returns to the fold in Thursday's episode, he'll be on a mission. Still hopeful for the return of his friend, Damon, Enzo will quickly discover that he'll be in the minority.
The whereabouts of Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) have become The CW drama's greatest mystery in season six, and though they made a brief appearance at the end of Thursday's premiere enjoying a nice pancake breakfast, even more questions were raised. A brand-new promo for next week's episode, "Yellow Ledbetter," has been released and it could provide the answer to where Damon and Bonnie ended up.
The Vampire Diaries picks up months after Damon and Bonnie disappeared on the Other Side, with everyone dispersing across the region in varying attempts to move on (or not). "It does feel very divided — everyone's gone their separate ways," Nina Dobrev tells The Hollywood Reporter. "The show feels a little bit different but not in a bad way. It's almost like everyone's pressed the reset button."
[WARNING: Spoilers ahead from season six of The Vampire Diaries.]
Season six of The Vampire Diaries kicks off with Mystic Falls still a magic-free zone and the whereabouts of Damon and Bonnie still a mystery. When Vampire Diaries returns, several months will have passed since Damon and Bonnie disappeared, with Elena and company moving on with their lives with varying degrees of success. Calibrating the follow-up to the emotional May finale weighed heavily on the writers.
The Vampire Diaries has a new (and longer!) season-six trailer.
Following a 30-second promo released in August, The CW has unveiled more footage offering much more context to the new world Elena (Nina Dobrev) finds herself in after the gut-wrenching finale that left her without Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham).
The Vampire Diaries addressed the emotional season-five finale with humor at Comic-Con.
With Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) in purgatory(?), how and when the duo will return to Mystic Falls has been the big question. Instead of fielding dozens of questions during the 45-minute Saturday afternoon session, The CW vampire drama debuted a spoof dealing with just that subject.