And here’s the extended promo for the next episode of The Originals, Sinners and Saints (EP105), which airs on Tuesday, October 29 at 8/7c.
Courtesy of Chris Mollere, The Originals’ music supervisor – follow him on Twitter!
Songs listed in order of appearance.
|Willy Moon “What I Want”|
|Big Data “Dangerous”|
|Stooges Brass Band “Wind It Up”|
|Yes Ma’am “Stirrin’ Da Mud”||Unavailable|
|Jessy Greene “In Crimson” (Violin Piece)||Unavailable|
|Banks “Waiting Game”|
And good news: Rachel Rabin’s “Raise the Dead”, which was featured in Tangled Up in Blue (EP103), is now available for download!
Here’s your first look at next week’s new episode of The Originals, Sinners and Saints (EP105).
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Witchy juju, New Orleans style. Tonight we get to learn more about Cami and Davina, and judging by the episode stills, it’s looking like Davina could give Bonnie a run for her money with dramatic displays of power.
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.
We’re set to learn more about Davina on Girl in New Orleans (EP104) tonight, and Danielle Campbell spoke with ETOnline about the audition process, her character’s skills, and more:
ETonline: Would you say she’s skillfully using magic or is she still learning?
Campbell: She’s still really young and learning to use this power that has been given to her. You see that she always has this look of “I can’t believe I just did that” whenever she does magic. To me, she’s not this evil girl who wants to kill everyone; she’s struggling with normal anger and can’t control how it gets released.
She also talks about whether Davina minds being in that attic, so make sure you click through for more!
The Originals airs in just a few hours, but if you’re already thinking ahead to Thursday, enjoy this webclip from For Whom the Bell Tolls (EP504)!
It’s time to learn some more about Davina and Cami – and maybe Hayley’s baby? Girl in New Orleans (EP104) premieres tonight on the CW at 8/7c. Reminder: we’re now getting our photo captions from YOU, and this week’s is from Twitter user @prytigatge. Check out the CAPTION THIS section below to find out how to submit your idea for next episode’s caption!
(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 Girl in New Orleans:
- Read the synopsis
- See the episode stills
- Watch the short promo
- Watch the extended promo
- Watch the webclip
We’re trying something new this season! Instead of saving the captioned stills for encore airings, we want YOU to give us witty captions for this still from next week’s new episode of The Originals. Leave your captions in the comments or tweet them to @tvdnews and we’ll pick our favorites to feature in the TONIGHT posts.
— BATthew D'AmBOOsio (@drmattdambrosio) October 16, 2013
Previously on The Originals, we were tangled up all right, in plots. There was an awful lot of scheming going on in this episode, everybody and their local witch was working on some kind of a plan. Marcel turned out to be rather scarier than we expected (and we love it) and we’re still not quite sure what to make of Davina. Need a refresher before tomorrow night? Episode recaps and twitter reactions below.
As The Originals begins its steady escalation towards full-blown war, Tangled Up in Blue was accelerant for the front-yard pyre: star-crossed lovers, sibling cruelty, sexual tension, and meticulous subterfuge all mingled at the bar, looking gorgeous. So it’s really too bad about the show’s completely unnecessary explanation of every little thing as if the viewers’ brains are made of Swiss cheese.
The Originals In Review: Tangled Up in Blue (EP103) – Like Clockwork
By Heather Vee, Vampire-Diaries.Net
“Tangled Up in Blue” had the advantage of being the first episode of The Originals to not be a pilot episode. There were new, forward-moving conflicts and, finally, character interactions that that felt spontaneous or surprising. But these moments were scattered and insanely fleeting. Like, we’re talking maybe 10 good minutes of show and about 30 minutes of excruciating exposition. EXCRUCIATING.
The Originals “Tangled Up in Blue” Review: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
By Price Peterson, TV.com
“Tangled Up In Blue” is about Klaus’ plan to gain Marcel’s trust, and bring Elijah back for Rebekah. Without having a moral center, and with early season jitters, the episode ends up clumsy. One scene in the middle exemplifies that awkwardness: Klaus narrates his plan for framing Marcel’s lieutenant Thierry as we see the footage of the plan in effect. This is a difficult move to pull off, and while it’s not terribly done here on The Originals, it’s certainly not a high point.
By Rowan Kaiser, The A.V. Club
Geez, not much to talk about with this episode… Except the massive backstory revelations, insane twists, flashback hair like none seen before, and the introduction of a sane, rational, well-adjusted character we heard so very much about last season. Original Sin gave us the other side of the story Silas and his followers fed us, with implications for our doppelgängers that shake the foundation of what we thought we knew. To Ancient Greece!
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed a new exclusive webclip for Thursday’s new episode of The Vampire Diaries, For Whom the Bell Tolls (EP504). It features Matt talking to Jeremy about his mysterious blackouts . . .