The Vampire Diaries: Season 1 (2010)

Twilight and Stephenie Meyer fans may recognize this story- a much older vampire heads to high school and falls in love with a fellow classmate. Drama and romance ensues. But this isn’t just another spin on Meyer’s story. In fact, the Vampire Diaries book series that is the basis for the show was written by author L. J. Smith almost fifteen years before the publication of the first book in the Twilight series!

Why you may love this: The series is developed by two of television’s most interesting minds, Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec (Dawson's Creek, Kyle XY, the Scream movies, etc.). It also stars some of television’s best young actors, including Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder. Ultimately, the best thing about The Vampire Diaries is its foundation as a story of loyalty and tenacity even in extreme circumstances.

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