Pics: Stars of The CW at Upfront Presentation


Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley
Coming in support of 'Vampire Diaries' are the three main actors, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley.


Stars of The CW programs turned up at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, May 20 for the network's upfront presentation. Among other networks, The CW has fewer new series in the 2010/11 season, thus there's less new faces spotted in the crowd.

The familiar ones are Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley, the stars of "The Vampire Diaries" which is the network's best child currently. Also coming in a pack are the cast of "Life Unexpected" such as Austin Basis, Kerr Smith, Shiri Appleby and Kristoffer Polaha. Over in the "Gossip Girl" camp there are Chace Crawford, Connor Paolo and Zuzanna Szadkowski.

"One Tree Hill" has Robert Buckley and Robbie Jones, the latter who is also starring in new series "Hellcats". AnnaLynne McCord and Gillian Zinser came in support of "90210" while Jay Manuel came solo for "America's Next Top Model".

The new faces are Alyson Michalka, Ashley Tisdale and Matt Barr for "Hellcats" and Maggie Q, Lyndsy Fonseca and Shane West for "Nikita".



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