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Where is Candice King's Caroline in The CW's 'Legacies?'

Where is Candice King's Caroline in The CW's 'Legacies?'

The Vampire Diaries spin-off Legacies won’t be featuring Caroline Forbes when the show kicks off, so how will the new series explain her absence?

So far, Vampire DiariesMatt Davis, Steven R. McQueen, and Zach Roerig, are all set to reprise their roles, but not Candice King.

“We’re going to hear her and feel free a lot,” showrunner Julie Plec told EW. “I don’t know when we’ll see her. I, of course, would like to see her anytime. The door is open. But the girls are dealing with the fact that their mother, who has raised them, is a little absentee lately.”

So, what’s Caroline been up to since saying farewell to Klaus? “They believe she’s off on recruiting missions,” Julie shared about Caroline’s twin daughters. “Alaric knows she’s actually off doing other things that have to do with the long-term survival of their daughters. So the mystery of, where is Caroline, why isn’t she coming home for their birthday, that kind of thing is gonna be part of our story in the hopes that one day we’ll be able to walk to have her walk through the doors as well.”

“A lot of the supernatural beings that we’ll be opening our doors to are things you never would have seen on The Vampire Diaries,” Julie said as star Danielle Rose Russell added, “In our second episode, we have a very exciting new creature with a lot of CGI.”

Legacies premieres on October 25 on The CW.

'Originals' Showrunner Shares Why Klaus & Caroline Didn't Get Their Happy Ever After

'Originals' Showrunner Shares Why Klaus & Caroline Didn't Get Their Happy Ever After

As much as we would’ve liked to seen Klaus and Caroline run off into the sunset together, we were never going to get that.

However, The Originals did give us a glimpse at Klaus’ final day and moments with Caroline in a sweet deleted scene – one where he gives her a tour of his favorite city and they enjoy the festivals around New Orleans together.

“As we got into the final season where he ultimately was struggling with a teenage daughter who was falling for all the wrong kind of men in the same way that Caroline Forbes used to, there was a great link there,” Julie Plec shared with TV Guide about her favorite relationship on the series. “She became a great support system for him. I think that Caroline and Klaus did get their closure.”

However, she admits that “they were never going to dance off into the sunset together because she married Stefan Salvatore and she’s going to hold that in her heart forever, and Klaus, as much as she ever cared about him wasn’t Stefan.”

“So people can be upset about that, but I think them being able to find a purity in their own attraction and admiration for each other after everything they’ve been through before he went off to pull the ultimate move of fatherhood and sacrifice, and for her to be a witness to that, I think was really special for them.”

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Candice King Talks Klaroline's Ultimate Ending: 'I Think The Majority Will Be Pretty Happy'

Candice King Talks Klaroline's Ultimate Ending: 'I Think The Majority Will Be Pretty Happy'

Candice King has opened up about what fans can expect from the Klaroline pairing in the final episodes of The Originals.

While fans already know that the ending scene features Klaus and Caroline in New Orleans, the 31-year-old actress dished a bit more.

“I never understood it, but I love that there’s such a dedication to this Caroline and Klaus love story,” she shared with US Weekly. “It just was a natural thing, knowing that The Originals was coming to an end, to really give the fans what they wanted.”

“I think they deserved to see an element of that chapter coming to a close.”

But will fans love their ending?

“I don’t know if everyone will be satisfied, but I think the majority will be pretty happy with the series finale,” Candice teases.

While were not looking forward to the actual end of the series, we are looking forward to seeing what happens with this couple.

'The Originals' Cast Are Just Like The Fans & Rooting For Klaroline on The Show

'The Originals' Cast Are Just Like The Fans & Rooting For Klaroline on The Show

We know there are some haters out there of the pairing of Klaus and Caroline from The Originals…however, they’re in the minority.

Especially since now we know that even the cast are big fans of the pairing.

Claire Holt and Riley Voelkel both opened up about their feelings about the on-screen couple and it’s about the best thing ever.

“Yes! I’m rooting for Klaus to be with anyone at this point, honestly,” Claire revealed to TV Guide in a new interview. “I just want him to, like, settle down and find a nice gal. They’re kind of like Marcel and Rebekah, there’s been love there for a long time, so we’ll see.”

Riley, who plays Freya, is just as excited for the couple.

“I know the fans really love them, and [Candice is] just amazing on and off screen,” she shared, “I think it’s just always exciting to do any kind of crossover from the shows. We’ve enjoyed having anyone from The Vampire Diaries come over and vice versa, and it just is kind of extra special, especially for the fans. So I’m very excited about her coming.”

The Originals is back NEXT Wednesday, April 18th on The CW.

Candice King Teases About Klaroline Coming Together on 'The Originals' Final Season

Candice King Teases About Klaroline Coming Together on 'The Originals' Final Season

Candice King has 17 days until she returns as Caroline Forbes on The Originals – and she’s chatting all about it in her cover story with NKD magazine.

The 30-year-old actress opens up about how fans gave Klaroline life and what’s ahead of them on the final season of the show.

Julie Plec always had a very clear idea of what she wanted for Caroline and Klaus together,” she explains. “It wasn’t exactly always in line with what the fans wanted for those characters…she wrote very important moments that she wanted for those characters, but I think she also gave a lot to the fans and what they wanted to see.”

For the final season of The Originals, fans “gave life” to a relationship that they’ve “wanted for so long”.

Candice also admits that her five-episode appearances were originally only supposed to be one.

“When Vampire ended, it was just supposed to be a quick little pop-in to say goodbye to the Caroline and Klaus storyline for the fans,’ she says. “We all felt that it would be really significant and important for anyone who supported – or ‘shipped’ as the kids say – those two together.”

But, it all changed over one dinner.

“One thing led to another, as it usually does with Julie and I. A couple bottles of wine later and I’m in five episodes of the show.”

The Originals returns on Wednesday, April 18th on The CW.

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