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We're happy to have "The Originals" back in our Tuesday night rotation, and with just four episodes left, we're savoring every moment. If you are, too, then check out these stills and a preview of next week's Episode 1.19, "An Unblinking Death."
"The Originals" Episode 1.19 - "An Unblinking Death" (airs 4/22/14, 8-9pm): The Breaking Point — Desperate to help Kieran (guest star Todd Stashwick), Cami (Leah Pipes) insists on an unconventional treatment, but her good intentions lead Kieran to a violent episode.
After Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) disagree over the best way to handle the Crescent Wolves, Elijah makes a trip to the bayou, where he is witness to a horrific explosion that only adds to the hatred and mistrust among the communities. While Jackson (guest star Nathan Parsons) and Elijah work to save the wounded, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) learns a surprising piece of her family history from »
- Debi Moore
For Entertainment Weekly’s “The Art of Saying Goodbye” story, which ran in the April 11 issue, we interviewed the masterminds behind 10 iconic TV shows to learn how they crafted their series finales. No one’s story was quite like Dawson’s Creek creator Kevin Williamson’s. He’d stepped away from the drama earlier in its run. The series was set to end with the season 6 episode “Joey Potter and Capeside Redemption,” which sent Joey (Katie Holmes) off to Paris. But then the network had an idea: “Warner Bros. called Greg Berlanti up knowing we were friends and said, ‘See »
- Mandi Bierly
"...'Hayley' (Phoebe Tonkin) confronts a surprising enemy as she and her unborn baby fall into peril during a celebratory wake to honor a fallen member of the community.
"In order to save Hayley, 'Klaus' (Joseph Morgan) and 'Elijah' (Daniel Gillies) enlist the help of 'Genevieve' (Elyse Levesque) who struggles to maintain control over 'Davina' (Danielle Campbell) and the other young witches.
"Meanwhile, as Klaus suffers from nightmares of his father 'Mikael' (Sebastian Roche), he is forced to examine his troubled relationship with his own adoptive son..."
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- Michael Stevens
For regular TV viewers, one of the most gratifying things is that we’re at a time when a gay character’s story is no longer predominantly focused on their sexuality. The coming out story is still out there (and still necessary for those who have yet to step out of the closet) but when a show on the young-demographic network like The CW brings in a gay character and the story isn’t focused on his being gay, progress has been made.
Last year on the hit CW series, The Originals, we were introduced to the character of Josh, who was immediately open about being gay and was dealing with a much bigger piece of drama – he’d just been turned into a vampire by the villainous – but oh-so-sexy – vampire/werewolf hybrid, Klaus (played by Joseph Morgan) and had to learn how to survive.
Steven Krueger plays Josh and »
- Jim Halterman
The CW's making sure you don't forget its flagship shows are returning from spring break soon, and next on the promo wheel is a Producers' Preview of "The Originals" Episode 1.18, "The Big Uneasy," with Julie Plec and Michael Narducci.
In this new sneak peek narrated by Plec and Narducci, Klaus is making sure Genevieve doesn't take advantage of her newfound success in the Quarter.
The Feast Of The Blessings - Genevieve (guest star Elyse Levesque) asks Elijah (Daniel Gillies) to allow her coven to publicly celebrate a traditional feast day, where members of the community offer the witches gifts in return for blessings.
Monique (guest star Yasmine Al Bustami) and Genevieve disagree over what the ancestors want from them, and Genevieve reveals her plan to build the witches' power.
When Elijah focuses his attention on restoring their home to its former glory, »
- Debi Moore
Recently, TV Line ,with the help of executive producer ,Julie Plec, revealed a new,juicy spoiler teaser for Vampire Diaries season 5 in reference to Stefan and Caroline. It turns out that in one of the upcoming final episodes of season 5, these two are going to get put in a predicament where they will be forced to cuddle up together to keep warm. In their spoiler chat report, here's what they had to say: "If by “Caroline,” you mean “Stefan and Caroline,” I’ve got you covered, Chery. The fan-favorite characters are about to spend a lot more time together, including one particularly steamy scene that Plec was happy to tease for us: “They go on an adventure, there’s a train car and it’s cold outside. So what are a girl and a boy to do, but cuddle up for warmth?” What, indeed." Season 5 is set to return on Thursday night, »
Recently, TV Line dropped their newest spoiler chat session, and revealed some heavy, new spoiler dish for Vampire Diaries season 5 with the help of executive producer, Julie Plec. It turns out that we're going to need to brace ourselves as more of our favorite characters are going to lose their lives in the big finale! In their new spoiler chat report, here's what they had to say: " Well, Ks, before you ask what’s coming up in Season 6, you should probably ask which characters might not live long enough to see it. ”There are going to be a lot of goodbyes as we realize the other side is disintegrating,” executive producer Julie Plec tells TVLine. “Not everybody is going to survive that. We’re going to have to say goodbye to some characters that we’ve grown to love over the years. That’s what we’ll see when we get to the finale. »
Warner Bros. Television is holding on to “Vampire Diaries” showrunner and “The Originals” creator Julie Plec. The writer/producer has signed a new three-year overall deal with the studio, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. Also read: CW Renews ‘Supernatural,’ ‘Vampire Diaries,’ ‘Arrow,’ ‘Originals’ & ‘Reign’ for 2014-15 Seasons Both of Plec's series received early renewals from The CW. She helped develop freshman CW show, “The Tomorrow People,” as well. Fans also know her as a producer and writer on ABC Family's “Kyle Xy,” which has since become a cult favorite. Previously, Plec served as a producer on several films including “Scream. »
- Jethro Nededog
Exclusive: Warner Bros TV is making sure one of the studio’s most prolific writer-producers, Julie Plec, is staying in the fold with a rich new three-year overall deal. Plec serves as showrunner on two Wbtv series, The Vampire Diaries and its spinoff The Originals, both of which already have been renewed for next season. She developed The Vampire Diaries, based on the Alloy books, with Kevin Williamson and created The Originals. Additionally, she executive produces the CW/Wbtv freshman drama The Tomorrow People, giving her three drama series on the air this season, the most for a writing producer on broadcast TV. Under the new pact, Plec will continue as showrunner on The Vampire Diaries, the CW’s highest-rated series, as well as The Originals, the network’s top freshman series, and will develop new projects in addition to executive producing The Tomorrow People if it goes to a second season. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
How can you sum up The Vampire Diaries' fifth season in one word? Enzo. Michael Malarkey's introduction as Damon's former torture buddy has breathed new life into the CW hit drama and fans can expect to see even more of the charming and sexy in tonight's episode, "Rescue Me," and throughout the rest of the season, as executive producer Caroline Dries calls him the new "mini-bad." Yes please! We chatted with Dries, as well as stars Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev, as well as executive producers Julie Plec, on the red carpet at PaleyFest, where they dished on Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena's (Dobrev) upcoming dilemma, Enzo's awesomeness and more... Domesticated Delena: »
Caroline's going on a road trip for her first college spring break on "The Vampire Diaries," but she's not heading to some boozy beach town with plans to party all night and sleep all day. Nope, she's heading to Atlanta with none other than Enzo to track down Stefan's doppelganger and kill him, ensuring that the Travelers don't kill her Bff. That's a lot of pressure for someone who just wants to make it through her first year of college unscathed ... and maybe get some good grades along the way.
Zap2it got Candice Accola on the line to talk all things Caroline, including what to expect from her road trip with Enzo, whether she can really kill a Stefan doppelganger in cold blood, whether or not she 'ships Caroline with Stefan, and much more. Plus, Accola promises we'll get to see a "strong" Caroline leading up to the big events of the season finale, »
There's so much to look forward to in this Thursday's (March 27) episode of "The Vampire Diaries." Caroline and Enzo's road trip. Damon and Elena's friends with benefits experiment. Shady siblings Luke and Liv make their move. A new Stefan doppelganger. And Jeremy makes a decision that changes everything and leaves Elena devastated. What the what?
With so much up in the air going into "Rescue Me," Zap2it went straight to the "Tvd" bosses Julie Plec and Caroline Dries to get all the scoop we could on what to expect from the intense and fun episode. The biggest thing on our minds? Enzo, Enzo, Enzo.
"Enzo of course is full of mischief as they go off on this journey together," executive producer Plec tells Zap2it. "He delights in the fact that he's heard that Caroline has a special soft side for Englishmen with accents. He's constantly poking at her »
There would be so much more scoop to reveal about what's coming up on "The Vampire Diaries," if only the fans in attendance at the PaleyFest panel on Saturday (March 22) would have stopped screaming so much. About half of the hour was spent trying to calm the audience down, but all it would take is one word from Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley or Nina Dobrev, and the screams would erupt once more. Seriously, "Tvd" fans are a passionate bunch.
In between all the screams, chants and selfie requests (seriously, more of the fan questions were selfie requests than actual questions for the cast and showrunners Julie Plec and Caroline Dries), the panelists were able to drop some hints about the end of Season 5 and beyond. Here are all the scoop tidbits we could hear underneath all the ringing in our ears:
Familiar faces will return
Before the panel began, a »
When the cast of The CW's "The Originals" took to the stage for their PaleyFest panel on Saturday (March 22), the main question on every fan's mind was about Rebekah's recent exit from New Orleans and the show in general. Claire Holt decided to put the topic to rest once and for all, explaining how it was actually her decision to leave the series, and that had been the plan since the very beginning of "The Vampire Diaries" spinoff.
"As far as I'm concerned, this is a temporary hiatus," Holt says. "I'm taking a little vacation in the sun but I'm going to return to my New Orleans family. I just want to make it clear to everyone that these incredibly talented writers did not run out of story. They never will."
In fact, Holt made sure to let fans know that she wasn't "pushed out," or that she "quit mid-season. »
For more than 30 years, PaleyFest has held panel sessions and screenings that connect the worldwide community of television fans with the casts and creators of their favorite TV shows. One of the evenings was to celebrate the popular CW series The Originals, which has already been picked up for Season 2. Collider was there to catch up with the cast and creative team, and we’ve compiled highlights from both the red carpet and panel. During the evening, executive producers Julie Plec and Michael Narducci, as well as actors Joseph Morgan (“Klaus Mikaelson”), Daniel Gillies (“Elijah Mikaelson”), Claire Holt (“Rebekah Mikaelson”), Phoebe Tonkin (“Hayley”) and Danielle Campbell (“Davina”), talked about how the actors find out they’re going to get killed off, what’s to come for their characters, how the show is creeping towards the redemption of Klaus and the undoing of Elijah, what led to Rebekah’s hopefully temporary exit, »
- Christina Radish
On March 22, the casts and producers of the CW drama “The Vampire Diaries” and its spinoff “The Originals” hosted back-to-back PaleyFest panels at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood to talk about their craft for killing, kiss scenes and conniving plans — the second of which being by far the most interesting to fans, who treated the event like a modern-day Beatles concert. Amidst the screams from the audience, those on stage gave some helpful insight into both shows:
“The Originals” was going to be set in Chicago instead of New Orleans.
Julie Plec, who exec produces both shows, said the original “Originals” plan was to go back to Chicago, where there had already been some story with Claire Holt’s original vampire sister Rebekah from her time on “Vampire Diaries,” but that idea was scrapped when they realized they wanted to film in Atlanta and the two cities don’t look alike. »
- Whitney Friedlander
Rebekah fans can breathe a sigh of relief. As far as Claire Holt is concerned, the Original sister’s absence is only a temporary fix. But that was only one thing fans took away from the Originals PaleyFest panel, where cast and crew also discussed Elijah’s journey, the things they aren’t allowed to show on The CW, and whether The Vampire Diaries’ Caroline might be making her way to New Orleans anytime soon.
- Samantha Highfill
Those who attended Saturday's Vampire Diaries panel at PaleyFest may now be deaf — fans of Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley and Nina Dobrev definitely made themselves heard. Unfortunately, that also meant that the cast and executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries could hardly get a word in edgewise. Here are the five mini teases they were able to share in between screams:
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- Natalie Abrams
If the Vampire Diaries PaleyFest panel proved anything, it’s that this cast and crew are total professionals when working in front of screaming fans. (After five years, they’re used to it.) Luckily, we were able to cut through the excitement and pull out some delicious tidbits about what’s to come for the rest of season 5.
Sorry Twitter, but there is no rain kiss on the books.
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- Samantha Highfill
Warning: This article contains spoilers that some readers may prefer to avoid.
A former Originals cast member has opened up about their exit from the show.
Claire Holt's character - Original vampire Rebekah - departed in the 16th episode 'Farewell to Storyville' when she was exiled by her brother Klaus.
However, the actress stated that she sees her departure as "temporary", explaining that she wanted to spend more time at home.
Praising The Originals as well as parent show The Vampire Diaries, Holt told BuzzFeed: "This show has been so amazing for my career, and I've had such unbelievable material. It was just never my intention to be away from home this long.
"It was a tough choice that I didn't fully make right up until the end, because I was enjoying myself so much. But three seasons later, I realised I hadn't been home to Australia in years. »
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