We love a good throwdown around here, and last night’s episode of The Originals delivered. Bloodletting (EP107) featured a straight up beat down between Klaus and Tyler, with Joseph Morgan and Michael Trevino going all out for the scene. TV Guide has some exclusive behind the scenes photos of the fight, check out the action at TV Guide!
Courtesy of Chris Mollere, The Originals’ music supervisor – follow him on Twitter!
Songs listed in order of appearance.
|The Neighbourhood “Let It Go”|
|King Krule “Easy Easy”|
|Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Subway”|
|The Naked & Famous “Grow Old”|
First, the bad news: There is no new episode of The Originals next Tuesday. We know, we know – boo. But the show returns Tuesday, November 26th with The River in Reverse (EP108) and – bonus! – we get 1820s flashbacks. So hang in there, Originals fans, we’ll be back to the madness soon enough. In the meantime, enjoy this sneak peek.
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Everyone seems to be getting surprising visitors and making surprising discoveries tonight, except for Rebekah, who gets an enticing offer from Marcel. Good luck Rebekah, because it’s hard to resist temptation on this show. It’s Marcel – all he’s got to do is flash that smile and he’s got us.
Once you’ve seen the episode and shaken yourself back to reality, swing by here to rate the new episode of The Originals. All discussion about the episode is welcomed and encouraged in the comments of this post.
Quick guide to the poll: 5 Points = LOVE, 1 Point = MEH.
The CW has released a webclip featuring Bonnie and Jeremy. Death and the Maiden (EP507) airs Thursday at 8/7c.
Entertainment Weekly has our first look at The River in Reverse (EP108), the November 26th episode of The Originals – and it’s an 1820s flashback featuring Klaus and Elijah. Click on the thumbnail to see the full image as well as a second still featuring Elijah.
“Traveling back in time nearly 200 years, the episode will find Klaus and Elijah in 1820, where Klaus is in a dual [sic] with another fellow. From the looks of the photos, either that other fellow is Elijah, or the brothers are merely practicing their shooting skills (which is hilarious/unfair considering a bullet will not kill them).”
Looks like Marcel just heard the big news: in case you missed it yesterday, The Originals has been picked up for a full 22-episode season by the CW! Celebrate by watching Bloodletting (EP107) on the CW tonight at 8/7c.
(Looking for the list of posts from the week? You’ll now find it every Friday in the Friday Night Bites post.)
Prepare Yourself for Bloodletting:
- Read the synopsis
- See the episode stills
- Watch the short promo
- Watch the extended promo
- Watch a Tyler-centric promo
- Watch the webclip
What’s Next . . .
- Thursday, Nov. 14: The Vampire Diaries: Death and the Maiden (EP507)
- Thursday, Nov. 21: The Vampire Diaries: Dead Man on Campus (EP508)
- Tuesday, Nov. 26: The Originals: The River in Reverse (EP108)
Michael Trevino makes his The Originals debut in tomorrow night’s all-new episode, Bloodletting (EP107), and he’s dropping teases about Tyler’s New Orleans agenda and who may or may not be in his vengeance-hungry hybrid crosshairs.
Also fueling Tyler’s desire for revenge? Not only has Klaus killed his mother, but also his crush on Caroline led to the eventual “Forwood” breakup. “Klaus has always wanted to be with Caroline and he’s made that very clear. And his infatuation with her still exists,” Trevino says. “It’s kind of tough. We can only do that love triangle between Klaus and Caroline and Tyler for so long. So I’m glad that with what’s happening now, we’ve kind of finally put an end to that. Whether that’s good or bad for Tyler remains to be seen. But we’re finally going to address that and leave it and hopefully never touch on it again.”
How is the relationship between Hayley and Tyler when they reunite?
Trevino: It’s not good. She backstabbed him, and so Tyler is really coming to New Orleans as a villain.
Ultimate revenge on Klaus could be killing Hayley and his baby. Do you think he has it in him to be that evil?
Trevino: I do. Tyler has always been surrounded by death, and Klaus killed his mother, and Hayley had something to do with that. So is it in him? Absolutely.
And be sure to check out Michael’s set video interview via TV Fanatic:
What can we expect from Tyler’s “second act of revenge” against his hybrid nemesis, as Trevino described to TV Fanatic yesterday on The Vampire Diaries set?
Might this actually be a suicide mission?!?
Phoebe Tonkin, Daniel Gillies, and Joseph Morgan discuss the hazards of falling for the mother of your brother’s unborn child with E!Online. As all things Original go, it’s indeed complicated:
“There’s the idea that Elijah is usurping his role as father. Having this family is what Elijah wants most; family above all. He’s taking on that role and that is addressed in the show,” [Joseph Morgan] explains. “We’re not beating around that bush. We’ll absolutely make reference to the fact that you might think that he’s the father with the way that he’s acting. That’s a lot of fun. I think that was a really fair decision from the writers to create that romantic tension between those two characters because that really messes with Klaus.”
The TV Addict has a slew of brief, red carpet chats with Vampire Diaries cast, writers, and guest stars (and bonus Kevin Williamson appearance!) at Saturday night’s TVD100 Celebration event in Atlanta.
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Good news! According to Variety, the CW has picked up The Originals (as well as other freshman shows The Tomorrow People and Reign) for a full 22-episode first season.
“We’re excited about the creative momentum the producers have established for all three of our new series, and now our fans will have the chance to see the full stories unfold for them this season,” said CW prez Mark Pedowitz. “With the additional episodes ordered, plus two new dramas and new reality for midseason, we’ll be able to continue our commitment to adding more original programming all year long.”