Think of it this way: when “The Affair” rolls out a teaser trailer with a line about “changing the narrative,” you pay attention, because it’s likely not just some tossed-off note, it might hint at much bigger movements to come. Such is the case with this newest look at the show’s upcoming fourth season.
Per the series’ official synopsis, it follows “the emotional and psychological effects of an affair that destroyed two marriages, and the crime that brings these individuals back together.” This new season will see the four characters at its center — Noah (Dominic West), Helen (Maura Tierney
Variety has learned that Matt Davis and Danielle Rose Russell, who play Alaric Saltzman and Hope Mikaelson respectively on “The Originals,” are attached to star in a potential spinoff at The CW along with Quincy Fouse, Jenny Boyd, Kaylee Bryant, and Aria Shahghasemi. The project has not yet been ordered to series at the network and remains in development. It is not known if all the new actors will appear on “The Originals,” but Shahghasemi has been cast in the show’s fifth season, per TVLine.
CW president Mark Pedowitz
"...'The Originals' focuses on the 'Mikaelson' siblings, 'Klaus' (Joseph Morgan), 'Elijah' (Daniel Gillies) and 'Rebekah' (Claire Holt). The werewolf 'Hayley' (Phoebe Tonkin) is pregnant with Klaus' child.
"The original siblings return to New Orleans for the first time since 1919. Having originally built the city, they had been forced to flee from their vengeful father. In their absence, Klaus' protégé, 'Marcel' (Charles Michael Davis), took charge of the city.
"Klaus resolves that they must take down Marcel and get back the city that once belonged to them. While doing that they must also protect their city from a war brewing between 'vampires', 'werewolves' and 'witches'.
"The first season shows how Klaus' mystical child is going to be born and speaks
People exclusively confirmed that the 36-year-old heiress got engaged to Chris Zylka over the weekend in Aspen, Colorado. Hilton and Zylka first met an an Oscars party eight years ago, but the pair didn’t reconnect until two years ago. (Hilton made their relationship social media official in February of last year with a loved-up Instagram post.)
“I am so excited to be engaged to the love of my life and my best friend,” Hilton gushed to People. “I have never felt so happy, safe and loved. He is perfect for me in every
The actress will join Alias alum Amy Irving for a guest spot on Showtime's The Affair, TVLine reports, starring as the assistant of someone with a
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Phoebe Tonkin (The Originals) and Amy Irving (Alias) will guest-star in an episode of the Showtime drama’s upcoming season, TVLine has learned exclusively. Irving will play Nan Perino, a sculptress from Morro Bay, Calif., with a “mysterious” connection to Cole’s father. Tonkin will play Daphne, Nan’s protégé, who “guides” Cole through his quest for answers.
In addition to The Originals, which returns
"...when 'The Hollow' targets the most vulnerable 'Mikaelson', 'Klaus' (Joseph Morgan) is forced to rely on 'Vincent' (Yusuf Gatewood), who believes he can use The Hollow's own dark magic to defeat their enemy for good.
"Meanwhile, as 'Marcel' (Charles Michael Davis) worries that Vincent's plan might backfire, the 'King of New Orleans' decides on a deadly backup plan of his own.
"Elsewhere, after falling victim to The Hollow's manipulations, 'Hayley' (Phoebe Tonkin) struggles to figure out the future of 'Hope' (Summer Fontana) in New Orleans, while 'Freya' (Riley Voelkel) must confront her darkest fear..."
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All summer long we’ve spotted star after star putting their own personal spin on the gray plaid suit. Cara Delevingne and Cate Blanchett both chose to wear the trend to big media events on the same weekend (Delevingne
At the Comic-Con panel for the show on Saturday, the cast and crew gathered to give hints of what Season 5 will bring. Series creator Julie Plec joined stars Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Charles Michael Davis, Yusuf Gatewood, and Riley Voelkel in San Diego for the big event.
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When the series left off in the finale, huge sacrifices were made for Klaus’ daughter Hope, who had been taken over by the Hollow. In order to keep his beloved girl free of such evil in the future, the Mikaelsons had to take part in a ritual and then stay apart
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