Leave it up to Nina Dobrev to play multiple supernatural roles at once! ‘The Vampire Diaries’ actress is now heading to ‘The Originals’ as yet another doppelgänger.
Nina Dobrev already played three different characters in one episode of The Vampire Diaries last season, but now that Katherine is gone for good, does that mean she can just be Elena? Not so fast. Introducing . . . Tatia.
‘The Originals’ finale was an incredible end to a fantastic first season. Klaus, Elijah and Hayley fought valiantly to protect the baby and a fan-favorite character returned!
Season one of The Originals ended on an epic scale. The May 13 finale featured the arrival of Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Hayley’s (Phoebe Tonkin) baby girl, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) and Klaus reconciled their differences and someone made a shocking return! Let’s head to New Orleans one last time before season two!
The penultimate episode of ‘The Originals’ took everything we thought we knew and threw it out the window. Blood was spilled and new alliances came to light. Read on for all the details on the crazy episode.
The May 6 episode of The Originals was the definition of a game-changer. The season had been building up to the war between the supernaturals and the birth of Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Hayley’s (Phoebe Tonkin) baby. In the episode, the midnight spell was enacted, Cami (Leah Pipes) discovered a shocking secret, and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) and Klaus finally engaged in battle. Let’s head to New Orleans!
The battle lines between Klaus and Marcel have been drawn on ‘The Originals’ and actor Charles Michael Davis reveals what’s in store for Klaus’s former protégé!
With vampires, witches and werewolves all fighting for power on The Originals, the city of New Orleans is bound to combust. Actor Charles Michael Davis tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY where Marcel’s alliances will fall, whether a love triangle is in the works and his thoughts on a Vampire Diaries crossover! Read on for all the scoop!
‘The Originals’ upped the stakes on the April 29 episode, and the character you love to hate returned to New Orleans!
The Originals only has one episode left until the finale and it is going to be game-changing. On the April 29 episode, Hayley’s (Phoebe Tonkin) life was in major danger, Father Kieran (Todd Stashwick) was laid to rest and one of the most infamous characters made his way back from the dead! Read on for all the latest supernatural happenings in New Orleans!
The war between the vampires, werewolves and witches is just getting started and the final few episodes of ‘The Originals’ are going to be absolutely insane.
The city of New Orleans has reached its breaking point and the supernatural entities of The Originals are going to be in for the battle of their lives. On the April 22 episode, a catastrophe led Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) to uncover some interesting family secrets, one character met his demise and someone is harboring a deep, dark secret.
It’s a full moon in New Orleans, so that means that it’s time to party. No, literally — that’s what the Mikaelson family does whenever they can find a reason to. Plus, in a city of werewolves, vampires, witches and hybrids, what could really go wrong?
With New Orleans without a leader, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) felt the need to step up in front of Klaus (Joseph Morgan). So, with the support of Hayley (Pheobe Tonkin), it should be smooth sailing — until her new werewolf family get involved.
The March 11 episode of ‘The Originals’ was a full dose of family drama — one that saw a major player leave New Orleans for good!
The Mar. 11 episode of The Originals was one that won’t soon be forgotten. Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) all spoke their piece about Rebekah’s betrayal — and in the end, one of them left New Orleans!
Klaus’s trust issues just became a whole lot more clear. The March 4 episode of ‘The Originals’ unearthed one of Klaus’s worst nightmares — and we even felt bad for him!
The Mar. 4 episode of The Originals made you realize that in the Mikaelson family, the king of evil easily goes to Mikael Mikaelson (Sebastian Roché). Klaus’s (Joseph Morgan) hatred of Rebekah (Claire Holt) carried over from the last episode, but his reasoning for being so hurt was uncovered in a past filled with heartbreak, pain and bloodshed. Plus, a fan-favorite character returned! Find out who it was below…
The Mikaelsons have always been dysfunctional, but on the Feb. 25 episode of ‘The Originals,’ past and present betrayals irrevocably changed the vampire dynasty.
The Feb. 25 episode of The Originals is that episode. That one jaw-dropping, game-changing episode that steers the hit CW show in a new direction. The deep, dark secrets uncovered have left the Original family scarred for good. Let’s dig in!
Who needs Christmas when you have Feb. 13? The blow of a crushing winter storm was softened significantly on Thursday, as The CW granted early renewals to several of our favorite shows.
Here’s some vampire news that doesn’t suck: The CW has officially confirmed that our favorite vamps from The Vampire Diaries and The Originals will live to see another season. So, who else got renewed on this glorious day? Click below to find out!
The Mikaelsons may have been in Celeste’s crosshairs, but someone else paid the ultimate price.
It’s official: Klaus (Joseph Morgan) has 99 problems, and witches are all of them! Celeste and her fellow death-cheaters put the Mikaelson family through hell on the Feb. 4 episode of The Originals, eventually resulting in the death of one of their closest allies. … OK, fine, more like one of their closest frenemies.
Shannon says Celeste has ‘unfinished business’ in the Quarter, and it all leads back to the fan-favorite twosome.
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.
A most unwelcome face from Klaus’ past returns to New Orleans to raise a little (more) hell.
Terror, thy name is Papa Tunde! The Big Easy’s new big bad reared his not-so-ugly head on the Jan. 28 episode of The Originals, and no vampire was safe from his sacrificial wrath — least of all Rebekah (Claire Holt), who temporarily had her powers sucked out by the well-dressed warlock.
I hope you had your Kleenex handy, because this week’s ‘Originals’ was a doozy!
The Originals delivered its biggest — not to mention most devastating — episode yet Jan. 21, revealing that a “sinister” enemy is already in our midst, while claiming the life of a fan-favorite character. Honestly, this episode felt like a season finale, even more so than last week’s episode.
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