The Vampire Diaries Synopsis for 6×15 “Let Her Go”!

Written by Cecelia Lawshe   // January 31, 2015

Candice Accola, Caroline Forbes, Paul Wesley, Stefan Salvatore, The Vampire Diaries

Executive producer Julie Plec directs her first episode with The Vampire Diaries 6×15 “Let Her Go” episode!

Julie Plec expands her work by directing The Vampire Diaries 6×15 episode, “Let Her Go“! This will be the first time Julie warms up the director’s chair!

Caroline, played by Candice Accola, will be wrapped up in her Mom’s last days as Stefan tries to comfort her. According to executive producer Caroline Dries, “What we’ll come to see is that their relationship will be shaped by [her mom’s illness].”

Also looks like Bonnie may finally return and will have a new “badass” outlook to life. “She’s learning to put herself first,” according to Julie Plec, who further discusses Jeremy’s department by revealing, “Jeremy needs to figure out what he wants out of life, and that journey will be kickstarted by the realization that he’s in his own prison.”

In this episode, Enzo will “fall in lust,” looks like Sheriff Liz will breathe her last, and 24’s Annie Wersching begins her recurring as Lily, a mysterious “beautiful and strong” woman who is also “articulate and caustic,” and has the reputation of protecting those she loves, although it’s not clear who that might be.

Annie Wersching as mysterious Lilly

Annie Wersching

“Let Her Go” press release synopsis

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER JULIE PLEC MAKES HER DIRECTORIAL DEBUT – After assigning tasks to each of her friends, Caroline (Candice Accola) attempts to deal with her current situation as reality begins to set in around her. While spending the day with Caroline, Elena (Nina Dobrev) grows concerned when she starts noticing a strange change in her behavior. Meanwhile, Alaric (Matt Davis) becomes wary when Kai (guest star Chris Wood), who has begun experiencing unexpected consequences from the merge, turns to Jo (guest star Jodi Lyn O’Keefe), desperate for her help. Elsewhere, while Bonnie (Kat Graham) finds herself in an unfamiliar situation, Matt (Zach Roerig) and Tyler (Michael Trevino) contemplate a major life change. And when Damon (Ian Somerhalder) offers Caroline advice on how to cope with everything going on around her, it forces him to revisit painful memories involving his own mother. Paul Wesley also stars.

This episode was written as well as directed by executive producer Julie Plec.

Check out Julie’s directing when The Vampire Diaries 6×15 “Let Her Go” episode airs on Thursday, February 19th, 2015, at 8/7c, on The CW!

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