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Category: The Originals
Heading into Thursday’s winter finale (9/8c, The CW), Lucien (Andrew Lees), Tristan (Oliver Ackland) and Aurora (Rebecca Breeds) have hundreds of reasons to want the Mikaelsons put away. And even though the family is closer than ever before, is it enough to save them from the impending forces that mean to tear them apart?
Executive producer Michael Narducci explains to TVGuide.com what’s in store for the family and those closest to them in the upcoming episode and the New Year below:
Finn is back! Is he going to be an asset or a problem for the Mikaelsons going to this fall finale?
Michael Narducci: That’s the big question coming out of last week’s episode. Freya (Riley Voelkel), who thinks that she may be able to get some information about these people who have come to town, has called forth the spirit of her brother Finn (Casper Zafer), and they need to talk.
What are the chances of a Mikaelson sibling reunion, at least with the alive(ish) ones?
Will we continue to see that bond grow or will there will always something that will make them turn on each other again?
This fight has shown a new side of Elijah. How much is this battle with the Trinity going to affect his position as the moral compass of the group?
How confident should we feel in Marcel’s loyalty to the Mikaelsons or is there a chance that The Strix can compel him to their side?
How much is Klaus going to regret not killing Aurora when he had the chance?
Aurora forced him and Cami, in a way, to force their feelings for each other. Is that going to come up again?
The prophecy of how the Mikaelsons will be killed has been looming over head all season. How much of that is going to come to a head in the fall finale?
Lucien obviously wants Aurora’s affections away from Klaus, but is there a danger in turning her against the one that sired him?
Who should fans be the most worried about in the winter finale?
CW’s “The Originals” returns for Season 3 with just as much family strife and vampire-witch feuding as fans would expect. And to make matters worse, now there’s a serial killer on the loose. As the series prepares to show more vampires descending upon New Orleans to protect their lineage (and possibly stomp out some old threats as well), executive producer and creator Julie Plec talks to Variety about the dangers that await our blood-thristy heroes.
So there’s a serial killer on the loose in New Orleans. Have the writers settled on who the killer is?
Yes. We have figured out [who that is] and I think it’s pretty safe to say that with the arrival of vicious, crazy people in town the odds of someone taking a knife across someone’s cheekbones are pretty strong.
We saw that at the end of the episode, but I didn’t know if that was a red herring.
It could well be. We shall have to see.
You also have a new detective this season, played by “Veronica Mars” alum Jason Dohring, who seems blissfully oblivious to all the supernatural activities in town.
Every now and then when our humans get too deeply in the know, we like to open up the world to humans who don’t know they are living in a supernatural crockpot. Detective Will Kinney is one of the people who is maybe rightfully suspicious and maybe confused in what he finds.
But it is New Orleans, after all. There’s a seedy side to the alleyways and around the corner, regardless, with the supernatural beings. Even when you go visit, there’s vampire tours and tarot card readers and alleged witches. For him, he’s trying to figure out what’s real and what’s not.
There’s no way he’s a pawn in all this and he’s just been compelled to forget what he knows?
We should ask ourselves what he’s been exposed to in the past and if anybody’s compelled his memories away. It’s just fun to see somebody who isn’t really in the loop yet and how they react to things.
Or he’s totally playing us like Alaric Saltzman (Matt Davis) did on “The Vampire Diaries.”
Can we talk about the character of Rebekah this season? We see her in the flashback in the season premiere in her original form, as played by actress Claire Holt, but fans know that’s not how Rebekah is living today.
At the end of last season, Rebekah left town in the body of Eva Sinclair (played by Maisie Richardson-Sellers) to go off and live up to the promise she made to her brother Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) and find a spell that would bring him back to life. We get to see Claire Holt in the flashbacks at the beginning of the season. I can tease that we will be seeing Claire Holt as Rebekah before the fall is over.
Will Elijah (Daniel Gillies) ever get closure after all the anguish his brother Klaus (Joseph Morgan) has put upon him — particularly after last season’s death?
I think the good thing about Elijah and his resentment toward Klaus and his frustration with the family dynamic — and generally his fury attached to his current standing in life — will come in handy as these new enemies reveal themselves. The children have come back to town to punish their parents.
Klaus, at least, seems to be very selective about who he chooses to make his children.
We want to be very specific about who turns who and why. Over the course of the season, we’ll have nice flashback episodes that tell us more about some of these new — but old — vampires.
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