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With Halloween just days away, HollywoodLife.com is taking stock of the TV shows that celebrate the art of being spooky year-round. We want to know which supernatural drama — The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Teen Wolf, Beauty & The Beast, True Blood or Supernatural — you think boasts the hottest guys, and we’ll reveal the winner on Thursday, Oct. 31!
Plus, the mystery surrounding Hayley’s unborn child gets even more complicated!
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.
Plus, what happens to Cami that sets her relationship with Klaus in a ‘whole different trajectory?’ Leah gives HollywoodLife.com a peek into the future of The CW smash.
Cami may be the token human on The Originals, but that doesn’t make her a pushover. In fact, Leah Pipes tells HollywoodLife.com that after the show’s Oct. 22 episode, fans will look at her character very differently. “We learn about a tragedy in her past, and we learn that’s a fighter,” Leah teases. “She doesn’t feel sorry for herself; she wants problems to be solved and questions to be answered.”
Spoiler alert! HollywoodLife.com got an early look at this week’s ‘Originals,’ and we’ve got five major scoops for you to chew on until it all goes down Tuesday night.
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.
Klaus & Hayley’s bundle of hybrid joy is already in danger — and it’s not even born yet! Read on to find out why Joseph believes Klaus feels ‘threatened’ by his mini-me.
Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) got a disturbing message about her baby on the Oct. 15 episode of The Originals, and while we wait for her to figure out exactly what that message was — she spent quite a bit of time trying to translate it online, but to no avail — let’s see how the baby daddy feels about his impending bundle of joy, shall we?
Plus, Hayley gets a disturbing message about her and Klaus’ baby! Is something wrong?
If you’re not a Mikaelson, or carrying a Mikaelson baby, or inconveniently linked to the werewolf carrying a Mikaelson baby, you’re pretty much inconsequential in Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) eyes. That’s the lesson we re-learned on the Oct. 15 episode of The Originals, as Klaus & Co. effortlessly sacrificed the lives of two star-crossed, supernatural lovers — all in the name of winning back Elijah (Daniel Gillies).
Plus, a trip down memory lane reveals Marcel’s connection to the Mikaelsons — especially the pretty blond one. (No, the other pretty blond one.)
The Originals is shaping up to be TV’s craziest game of chess, and every piece is sexy. Rebekah (Claire Holt) became the newest player on the Oct. 8 episode, as she arrived in New Orleans with one goal in mind: Find Elijah (Daniel Gillies). And hey, isn’t that really all of our goals?
Plus, just how bad are things going to get between Marcel and the Original family? (Spoiler alert: We’re in for a ‘bumpy’ ride.)
The battle for New Orleans rages on Oct. 8, as The Originals switches to its new night and time, and Charles Michael Davis tells HollywoodLife.com that tensions will grow between Marcel and his former mentor Klaus (Joseph Morgan). We’ll see a young Marcel, via flashbacks, which will reveal “more of Marcel’s relationship with Klaus and the other Originals.”
With (most of) the Mikaelsons far away from Mystic Falls, ‘The Originals’ series premiere set the stage for an epic new struggle in the Big Easy.
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.
Browse the 10 shows HollywoodLife.com thinks you need to check out, then vote for your favorite(s). Your DVR is not prepared.
The fall TV season is almost upon us! OK, technically it’s already upon us, but there are still tons of shows yet to premiere, and HollywoodLife.com is here to help you — and your DVR — navigate the massive amount of options coming your way. From comic-geek treasures like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Tomorrow People to supernatural delights like The Originals and Witches of East End, we put together the 10 shows you need to check out this fall. You ready?
Browse our gallery of new pics from ‘The Originals’ premiere & weigh in with your thoughts!
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!
Leah Pipes talks to HollywoodLife.com about playing the ‘token human’ and discovering the existence of vampires in New Orleans. Watch!
Being one of the only humans in a town flooded with vampires is no easy task — just ask Matt Donovan — and that’s exactly what Camille (Leah Pipes) will face this fall on The Originals. “I don’t think she’s aware she’s the token human,” Leah told HollywoodLife.com on May 16 at The CW Upfront in NYC. “It’ll be interesting to see that discovery unfold — if it unfolds.”
Plus, is there still hope for Rebekah & Matt? And why is Rebekah ‘jealous’ of Klaus?
Things seemed to be looking up for Rebekah (Claire Holt) on the season finale of The Vampire Diaries, but when she makes the leap to The Originals this fall, you can bet she’s in for a rude awakening — starting with the news that she’s going to be aunt! “We’ll see how happy she is about that,” Claire told HollywoodLife.com at The CW Upfront. “She’ll be a little jealous, right?”
Get your first look at the five new dramas coming to The CW, then vote for your favorite!
The CW unveiled its new 2013-2014 programming May 16 in New York, and it’s packed with all the sexiness you’d expect from the network that brought us The Vampire Diaries: We’ve got sexy aliens, sexy vampires, sexy super-humans — and even one sexy, bad-ass queen!
Now that The CW has (wisely) ordered ‘The Originals’ to series, HollywoodLife.com is looking forward to all the Klaus-rageous moments in store for us next season.
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.
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