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Buzzsugar recently had the chance to catch up with star Joseph Morgan, who plays lead character Klaus, during the San Diego Comic Con last weekend.

Morgan chatted with them and a few other reporters about where Klaus will pick up after the crazy happenings of the season finale (remember, there’s a time jump), like how much grief he’s going through, the brother who’s coming, and how much revenge he needs.

What can you tease about the first few episodes?
Joseph Morgan: They’re going to explore a lot more of the original parents and their relationship with us [the Mikaelson kids], how that made us the creatures or the people that we are, how Klaus’s relationship with his father influenced how he is as a father, and we’re going to finally find out which one of the brothers came back, which one of them it was at the end. He’s going to be seeking revenge on those who contributed to the sending away of his daughter or the need to send away his daughter. There’s going to be some payment needed — blood payment needed.

So Klaus will be getting his revenge?
JM: They each have different ideas to deal with the loss of Hope. Even though they’ve confined themselves to the compound — Elijah, Hayley, and Klaus — they are very distant with each other, so it’s like three strangers living in the same building. They have this huge baby-shaped hole in their lives that they don’t want to talk about, and they each remind each other of what they’ve lost. They have different ideas of how to deal with that, and Klaus’s idea — surprise, surprise — is revenge.

Is there going to be any levity amid all this darkness and drama?
JM: Yes, it comes in the form of Josh, everybody’s favorite character! There is, and [Daniel] Gillies and I work pretty hard to inject some levity into our relationship. A lot of it’s taken out! I feel like, if we’re having too much fun with the scene, it’s sort of going downhill because it’s more about our enjoyment. As well as levity, there’s some kind of relief from that darkness just with the compassion and the care that comes from these family members. We will see some rebuilding of relationships, and some of that will help alleviate from the dark cloud that’s over them at the moment.

How soon will Esther and Mikael be revealed to Klaus and the main characters?
JM: That’s in the “do not reveal” section of the talking points I was given! [But] on a show, which moves at a rapid pace, I think you can expect things to unfold quite quickly. We’re not ones for dragging out story lines on The Originals too far — except for the whole pregnancy thing.

Date: July 29th | Category: Cast, Conventions, Interviews, Spoilers, The Originals
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Ready for some drama, “Witches of East End” fans? Because rumor has it that trouble will be flying straight into the laps of our favorite witches when the hit Lifetime series introduces a new character to the plot of Season 2.

Sarah Lancaster, who you may remember as Ellie Bartowski from the five-season show “Chuck,” will be taking on a game-changer of a role during the sophomore season as Raven Moreau. Raven will make her East End debut in hopes of completing “life-long secret mission,” TVLine reported. Curious as what it could be? Well, we have a feeling it’s not to sit down and chat with the Beauchamps over tea.

The last time we saw a raven in “WOEE” was on Freya’s wedding day. Penelope had cast a dark spell that took form of a black bird. The animal then came smashing into the Beauchamp home as a warning that danger was lurking nearby. Since then fans have correlated ravens with being bad omens. But could all that change when Raven Moreau struts her way into East End?

Lancaster’s character had been described as “smart, confident and in control” – not to mention love-stricken. Reports suggest she’ll be fluffing up her feathers when one of the Gardiner boys catches her eye. We’re looking at you, Dash! We can’t wait to see Freya’s reaction when she hears the news that yet another outsider has snatched up a man she’s loved. Maybe ravens are bad omens after all…

But according to promo photos from episode 4, “Brothers Grimoire,” Freya has more important things on her mind than who’s flirting with her ex-fiancé. Pictures from next week’s episode show Freya and Joanna snooping around a creepy dungeon. Eventually the duo come across a bloodied and battered Victor. For those who don’t remember, Victor was captured by an unknown entity on his way to see Frederick at the end of episode 3.

check out the preview for the episode below and a couple of photos:




Date: July 24th | Category: Spoilers, The Witches of East End
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Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills were torn apart in the “Sleepy Hollow” Season 1 finale. Although they won’t reunite immediately when Season 2 begins, there will be a lot more to the Ichabbie relationship throughout the next 18 episodes, the cast and producers tell reporters at the 2014 Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills.


“It continues to evolve. … It’s the heart of the show,” executive producer Len Wiseman says of Ichabod and Abbie’s relationship.

Adds EP Mark Goffman, “There’s no question their relationship is at the core of everything we do. There are going to be some real trust issues” in Season 2.

While the Ichabbie relationship does have its steamier moments — “Running around in the woods in the middle of the night chasing after monsters is profoundly erotic, and so sometimes I have to throw a saucy look. Hashtag Ichabbie,” jokes star Tom Mison — its platonic yet intimate nature is what makes the show.

“I think Abbie and Crane need each other very desperately,” says EP Alex Kurtzman. “As a man out of time obviously he needs her for guidance but she’s been so alone her whole life [and she needs him too].”

Star John Noble says he’s observed the connection Nicole Beharie and Mison have as actors, and in some ways it’s very similar to their characters’ connection. “These two, right from the beginning, it was there — this magical thing,” he says. “It seemed like a very natural and truthful relationship, which I think the audience picked up on as well.”

Beharie says one of the things that attracted her to the role was the platonic nature of Abbie’s relationship with Ichabod. “I really think it’s interesting and kind of fun … that she has a relationship with a man but it’s not romantic. She’s not necessarily defined by some sexual or amorous desires.”

Beharie continues, “I love that they’re so different. Crane has become a family member in a way. He’s the closest person she’s had in her life because she’s been fostered off and everyone’s died. The relationship mirrors our own relationship in that we spend a lot of time together and we’ve gotten to know each other and there’s a shorthand.”

That said, the relationship is still very intimate and there’s still some jealousy there. “Other people come in to kind of pull them away,” teases Wiseman.

Adds Goffman, “We’re going to drop a few bombs this season … that none of them could have possibly been prepared for.”


Date: July 23rd | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Sleepy Hollow, Spoilers
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After being controlled by pretty much everyone except herself all last season, Davina got the upper hand at the end of the Season 1 finale by bringing Mikael back from the dead … with a catch. She controls him, not the other way around.

The Big Uneasy

“It’s that old, Marvel/Spiderman saying: ‘With great power comes great responsibility,’” executive producer Michael Narducci tells Zap2it in a recent interview.

“With access to the most dangerous weapon, monster, destroyer, ever, people are going to get interested in what she has. People are going to start to come after her and she’s going to decide how she wants to use this great power that she has.”

So what will Davina decide to do with Mikael? “Does she want to send Mikael after Klaus?” Narducci wonders. “If Mikael kills Klaus, all of the vampires Klaus sired will die, including Marcel and Josh, so she can’t really allow that to happen. She’s got to figure out what her next move is. At the same time, everyone wants to know where she is, what she’s up to, because not only does she have Mikael, she has the white oak stake. So everyone will be after her for a while. How she responds to that is going to be a big arc for her character, to grow up and take responsibility for her actions.”

As for whats coming up for Josh, Zap2it had to push for more details on what’s coming up for the “gay club kid who came back as a vampire.” And what he said almost caused a heart attack.

“He dies in the first episode,” Narducci deadpans. “I’m just kidding! We love Josh.”

Understatement of the year. “He is a newly-turned vampire who has a very fresh perspective on, ‘What is this world, why am I here? I can’t go anywhere else, I know who the good guys are, I know who the people I trust are, and I’m going to do whatever I can to help them,’” Narducci says. “He’s going to have some great scenes coming up with Marcel and Davina and Cami and maybe he might even have a romantic interest down the line as well.”

So what is Narducci most excited for fans to see from “The Originals” Season 2? It’s actually something we’ll get to see pretty soon. “Immediately as you asked, the first thing that popped into my mind was that I’m really excited for our fans to see our Comic-Con trailer,” Narducci says. “I think it’s really awesome and it gives you a sense of what the season is going to be about. Now that we’re bringing back Mikael, Esther and one of the brothers (and I won’t say which one), we’re going to play up and explore all of those complicated family connections and I think it’s going to be fun.”

So if your lucky enough to be heading to SDCC this year and calling into The Originals panel, its seems your in for a treat!

Date: July 23rd | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Spoilers, The Originals
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