What’s the only thing more messed up than a dinner party hosted by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Why, one hosted by Klaus (Joseph Morgan), of course! With his not-so-loyal subjects on either side of him, King Klaus waged war on New Orleans’ entire werewolf population on the Dec. 3 episode of The Originals — and as you can imagine, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) didn’t exactly raise her glass to that toast.
Marcel’s (Charles Michael Davis) issues with Klaus (Joseph Morgan) escalated to an all-out war on the Nov. 26 episode of The Originals, forcing Rebekah (Claire Holt) to finally choose a side. Unfortunately for Vampire Barbie, she apparently chose wrong, as her brother was able to decimate Marcel’s li’l army without even breaking a sweat. Long live the king!
Just when we started to get used to seeing Tyler (Michael Trevino) in the Big Easy, another Vampire Diaries/Originals crossover is reportedly on the way! Joseph Morgan‘s villain-ish Klaus will return to Mystic Falls before the show’s fifth season ends, TVGuide.com reports, though further details about his visit are being kept under wraps for now.
After watching the Nov. 12 episode of The Originals, I will never look at Tyler Lockwood (Michael Trevino) the same way again. Is he a good guy? A bad guy? Some sort of angsty, hybrid anti-hero? That’s all up for debate, but one thing isn’t: His revenge mission to New Orleans was a failure, and it turned everyone’s lives completely upside down. So… thanks for nothing, bro!
I know I say that every episode of The Originals is the craziest one ever, but seriously, the Nov. 5 episode was actually the craziest. Ever. Not only did the gang finally break the bond between Sophie (Daniella Pineda) and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), but a major death turned the tide of the ongoing war in New Orleans — and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) may be getting the last laugh, after all!
When Danielle Campbell told HollywoodLife.com that viewers were “going to feel for Davina” after the Oct. 29 episode of The Originals, she wasn’t kidding! We’ve always known things were tense between the witches of the Big Easy, and after this week’s series of revelations, we finally know why.
Who’s in the mood for a festival? The Oct. 22 episode of The Originals introduces new love interests and reopens old wounds, all while celebrating live music in the Big Easy, and HollywoodLife.com has five teases to get you pumped for the game-changing hour.