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Trailer Park: CW Unveils Promos for "Melrose Place" and "Vampire Diaries"

A few days after the CW unveiled its fall primetime schedule, the netlet has release new teaser trailers for its upcoming series Melrose Place and Vampire Diaries.

The thirty-second spot for Melrose Place features swooping camera movements through the iconic apartment complex and voiceover from the characters about their dreams, fears, and dilemmas, before then showcases a series of quick-cut scenes from the pilot episode. Melrose Place will air Tuesdays at 9 pm ET/PT.

The promo for the Kevin Williamson-executive produced supernatural series Vampire Diaries, meanwhile, puts the action squarely on the relationship between teenager Elena (Nina Dobrev) and vampire Stefan (Paul Wesley), culminating in the first encounter between the two star-crossed lovers. Vampire Diaries will air Thursdays at 8 pm ET/PT.

The new promos for Melrose Place and Vampire Diaries can be found below.

Melrose Place:

Vampire Diaries:

Melrose Place and Vampire Diaries will launch this fall on the CW.


The Vampire Diaries trailer just looks like a cheesy rip off of the already cheesy Twilight. Ick!

The Melrose Place one was pretty bad too but it was at least cool to see the Melrose Place set back in action. I'll check out the first episode (but will probably hate myself for doing so).
Anonymous said…
Vampire Diaries looks awful. Melrose Place also looks pretty bad. Won't be watching either.
Mazza said…
I don't know. I think both could be really fun. Check your brain at the door but still fun. I'll be checking out Melrose and Vampire Diaries when they air. Reserving judgement until then.
Sue said…
I will probably watch the 1st episode of Melrose Place just to see what they do with it. If it's too much like the original, then I won't be committing myself to weekly viewing. I watched MP religiously back-in-the-day and don't want to have that been-there-done-that feeling every week.

The Vampire Diaries definitely is giving off a Twilight vibe, but I'll reserve judgement until after seeing the 1st episode. I liked Twilight even though it was for the younger crowd.
Anonymous said…
It's hard to tell what a show will really be like just from a preview, so I think i'm going to watch both and give them a chance. We really need some good new shows.
Anonymous said…
The Vampire Diaries is based on the four books written by Lisa Jane Smith. They were just as good as all her books, actually written way before Twilight. It's not a rip off. Looks like it's for the younger crowd, but I'll check it out. They shoulda made them into movies instead.
Anonymous said…
You peopple make me mad, the books the Vampire Diaries came out WAY before Twilight dis, they came out in the early 1990's. And to be honest, the whole human, vamoire thing, is not a new topic, at all.

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