Sabine’s true identity is about to be unleashed on The Originals — actress Shannon Kane tells HollywoodLife.com that “everyone will get that memo … pretty soon” — but that’s only the tip of the iceberg for the big bad of the Big Easy. And, FYI, Shannon says she was just as surprised as we were by Celeste’s game-changing reveal.
The Oct. 22 episode of The Originals finally answered the age-old question: “What’s up with that little girl in the attic?” I enjoyed getting to know Davina (Danielle Campbell), as well as her love of fiddles — and the boys who play them. Of course, it was her showdown with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) that revealed what she’s really capable of, and now I love her more than ever.
For the record, this is one of the most difficult recaps I’ve ever had to write — not because the episode was bad (it was perfect!) or because it was too complicated (it wasn’t!) but because I kind of feel like I already wrote it. The Originals‘ series premiere was very much a re-telling of the backdoor pilot we saw last season on The Vampire Diaries, with a few added goodies for long-time fans, and few more explanations for first-time viewers.
I hope you like awesome hair, because these new shots from the series premiere of The Originals are full of it! Along with present-day hair moments — Elijah’s (Daniel Gillies) mane remains flawless, as always — the Oct. 3 episode, titled “Always And Forever,” also takes us back to the early days of the Mikaelson family; and you know what that means: flashback wigs!
Rachael Leigh Cook, 33, and Daniel Gillies, 37, are going to be parents! The sexy The Vampire Diaries actor and his wife of eight years reveled how excited they are to welcome their first child together!
It’s been quite a week for The Vampire Diaries. Less than 24 hours after The CW drama aired the backdoor pilot for its potential spin-off, The Originals was officially picked up to series. And while I’m positively giddy about getting a double dose of vampire goodness every week next season, a large chunk of the fandom remains unconvinced. Allow me to serve up five reasons why everyone should be thrilled about Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) future in the Big Easy.
I don’t think we’re in Mystic Falls anymore, Toto! The April 25 episode of The Vampire Diaries — aka the back-door pilot for The Originals, which I’m crossing my fingers for harder than ever — introduced us to the “dark side” of New Orleans, where Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) former protege Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) rules the roost. You know, when he’s not rocking the karaoke mic. But Klaus and Marcel’s buddy-buddy routine fell to pieces as Klaus became resentful of his former BFF, and vowed to steal back his kingdom.