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04 May

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In our exclusive interview below, Jim Halterman grabs some phone time with the always lovely Accola, who talked about the role of Chloe and also offered up a few Vampire Diaries Season 4 teases... I talked to them at the early stages of it all coming together.

It can be circumstantial, but it can also be a big no-no. It’s that experience that everyone has from season one of getting to know these characters and it’s from a whole new perspective.

After a record breaking 14 million views for its first season, the online web series sensation DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF returns with a new season starring THE VAMPIRE DIARIES’ Candice Accola.

Not that I have myself figured out at this point but I have a much better idea.

I think that’s a very normal part of the evolution of growing up is your twenties and then I think I’m also very similar to Caroline because I think she’s been forced to evolve a little bit more.