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Category: The Originals

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Recently TVLine caught up with executive producers Julie Plec and Michael Narducci for the scoop on what the Big Easy has in store for viewers in its second season.

The opening episode of the season will be titled “Rebirth” and will be a running theme of the CW drama’s sophomore season. Part of that will come from Klaus and Elijah confronting their parents — and, spoiler alert, Narducci said “it’s not going to be a huge amount of time” before they figure out Mikael and Esther are back with a vengeance.

Unfortunately, it sounds like Hayley and Elijah’s relationship will be taking a step back in Season 2. “[Hayley] and Klaus are the only two hybrids in existence now, so Elijah will inevitably wonder, ‘Is there a connection between my brother and Hayley that I could never surpass?’” Narducci explained. “There’s going to be some interesting friction. Ultimately, Elijah is going to have to decide, ‘Do I want to help this girl?’”

It seems that Season 2 is all about confronting the sins of the past. “We’re very much defined by our parents, but as we become adults, we begin to choose our own paths. … Klaus is very much a product of his abusive father, and very much a product of his mother.” Narducci told TV Line. In going deeper into Klaus’ moral origins, we’ll see “flashbacks to when he was a child,” as well as “right before he became a vampire.” All of this will “examine what his relationship was with his mother, and the sense of betrayal that he felt when she came back from the dead and judged him as an abomination.”

The explanation behind the season premiere’s title, “Rebirth,” is two-fold, according to Plec. Not only is it indicative of the episode’s theme — the loss of Klaus’ baby, the start of his new life, etc. — but it also has a special meaning for the show, itself. “Every title we use, we try to make it a song title from New Orleans or an artist from New Orleans,” Plec said. “Rebirth is one of the best brass bands in New Orleans, and they were in our pilot. We’ve been waiting to use that title for 22 episodes.”

The Originals‘ second season premieres Oct. 6 at 8/7c on The CW.

Date: July 23rd | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, The Originals
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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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The Vampire Diaries spin-off, The Originals, was one of last year’s successful TV newbies. By the time its finale came around, it knew exactly what it was and exactly what to do to keep audiences coming back.

Season Two will see a few new characters added to the line up. In addition to the arrival of Teen Wolf’s Daniel Sharman as charming, devilish witch Kaleb, to its roster of new talent comes The Wire’s Sonja Sohn as a recurring character, Lenore, a powerful salt-of-the-Earth in New Orleans. It seems that Lenore will prove to be quite the foe for Klaus

Sohn is still best recognised for her role at Det. Kima Greggs in David Simon’s exemplary crime drama, The Wire, but has since appeared in Brothers & Sisters, Body Of Proof and Burn Notice, as well as a short stint on the increasingly strong The Good Wife.

When The Originals returns in October for its second season, it’ll be moving to a new night, now set to air on Mondays at 8 p.m.

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Date: July 21st | Category: Cast, The Originals
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The CW’s hit show The Vampire Diaries has been passed over year after year for an Emmy nomination. Not so for its spin off show, The Originals.

It looks like The Originals has been nominated for Outstanding Hairstyling For a Multi-Camera Series or Special for Season 1, Episode 12 (“Dance Back From the Grave”) — you know, the episode where Papa Tunde arrived and caused all kinds of chaos?

Colleen Labaff and Kimberly Spiteri have been nominated for their work on The Originals and will be going head-to-head against the hair stylings of Dancing With the Stars, Key & Peele, The Oscars, Saturday Night Live, and The Voice.

Of course, this made showrunner Julie Plec very happy. “Well hot damn!” she tweeted. “Someone’s magnificent little hair department broke the CW’s Emmy nomination curse. Congrats Colleen and Kim! #TheOriginals.”

Date: July 11th | Category: Awards, The Originals
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