There’s a reason the saying “keep your friends close and your enemies closer” exists. This very old strategy just got the Mikaelson family in a lot of trouble. Their biggest enemy was lurking among them all along.
Klaus has spent most of his vampire life running and making enemies, is that finally coming back to haunt him?
As the prophecy comes to a close, new dangers arise and a lot of decisions have to be made. The crossover event of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals leaves both shows looking very different.
The Mikaelsons have lived a thousand years and have only been afraid of Mikael, now they have a lot more to be afraid of.
For all the deception and distractions, the Mikaelsons may just be in a bigger mess than they were before. Could they be standing alone?
I’ve always liked how fierce Cami was. I’ve liked how she loved Klaus, despite how dark he is. She saw the good in everyone. She saw hope in everything. Now, everything has turned to darkness.
Julie Plec knows how to put us on an emotional roller coaster. There was more than just a few surprises in the winter premiere.
The Originals is killing it this season. It just keeps getting better. If you aren’t tuning into this season you are missing a lot.
It’s not often we get to see Klaus off his game and vulnerable, but it’s great. Cami and Klaus’s relationship was taken to a whole another level this week.
Thanksgiving was never going to be a festive holiday at the Mikaelson’s, but this was more than we could have have hoped for.