The Originals series finale titled “When the Saints Go Marching In” was more disappointing than The Vampire Diaries series finale, which was a clusterfuck, while somehow managing to flip the bird at Haylijah and Klaroline shippers that have been following their stories from the start. Oh and let’s not forget, the
The Originals “Til the Day I Die” saw an interracial queer couple hit some roadblocks and then plow right through them and towards a truly beautiful wedding that made me believe that people/werewolves/witches can actually adult. This episode also saw our Mikaelsons going through various stages of grief before realizing
The Originals “There in the Disappearing Light” saw the death of two beloved characters, the unleashing of Hope’s werewolf curse, and the destruction of the ancestral power that the New Orleans witches depended on. It’s a brand new day for New Orleans and things are changing by leaps and bounds.
Antoinette background is revealed (still wondering how I didn’t see this coming), Klaus thought he could make decisions for Hope despite being an absentee father, and Elijah keeps being used as a crutch by his hybrid brother, despite the distance/ocean between them. Let’s talk “Don’t It Just Break Your Heart.”
The CW is the last television network to release its Fall 2018 schedule, which features some big changes, including an extra night on the line-up. The network is expanding into Sundays, which gives The CW programming from Sunday through Friday. Supergirl will lead-off the new CW Sunday night at 8pm
Marcel teams up with Klaus, Hope’s suitor tips off our creeper alert, and we get even more terrifying revelations about Hayley kidnapping in The Originals “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.” Let’s dive in! Klaus & Marcel, The Parents of New Orleans Not going to lie, at first I didn’t