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Ian Somerhalder & Paul Wesley Were 'Bitter' About 'The Originals'

Ian Somerhalder & Paul Wesley Were 'Bitter' About 'The Originals'

Turns out that Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley weren’t that happy about The Vampire Diaries getting a spinoff in The Originals.

Ian, who played Damon on the long running series, got candid about how he felt about the show during the Wizard World Philadelphia 2019 convention (via CinemaBlend).

When he was asked to name his favorite “K” villain from The Vampire Diaries: Katherine, Klaus, or Kai, Ian admitted that Klaus was the one who ticked him off.

Why though?

“They were all amazing on their own. Klaus really ticked me off ’cause he left and went and got his own show. Rude,” Ian shared. “Oh my gosh, we — by ‘we’ I mean Paul and I — were so bitter with The Originals because we lost all of these amazing actors. Like, those were our peeps, dog. Plus, they had all those great accents.”

He added, “Klaus was an amazing — Joseph Morgan is an insanely beautiful actor.”

Legacies is the latest TVD spinoff, and will be returning for a second season this fall on The CW.

Hope Kind Of Got A Message From Klaus From Beyond The Grave on 'Legacies' Last Night

Hope Kind Of Got A Message From Klaus From Beyond The Grave on 'Legacies' Last Night

Last night’s Legacies was amazing last night and if you’re not watching this show – why the heck not?

During the episode last night, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) was tasked with finding more about Malivore through the Necromancer, only to get a bit of information about where her father was in the afterlife.

While getting information about Malivore, the Necromancer sent her to Rousseau’s instead, giving her (and us) a false hope of seeing Klaus.

“You want to know how your dad is, or should I say where he is,” the Necromancer told her. “After all, he did die to save your life — a lovely gesture for such a mercurial man.”

After being temporarily ejected from his subconscious, she powered through, insisting that she had made peace with her father’s death. However, Hope revealed that she needed to know whether or not Klaus is spending eternity with someone.

“He watches over you every day,” the Necromancer told her. “He did die with love in his heart, and he doesn’t regret his choice. But he won’t find peace until you do. Good luck with that.”

Uh, the feels here!

Legacies will return on Thursday, January 24th.

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Klaus Sees Cami and Mikael in 'The Originals' Series Finale Deleted Scene - Watch Now!

Klaus Sees Cami and Mikael in 'The Originals' Series Finale Deleted Scene - Watch Now!

(WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! DO NOT CONTINUE READING IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!)

Klaus runs into Cami and Mikael in this deleted scene from the series finale of The Originals!

The finale episode premiered last month, showing fans Klaus Mikaelson’s (Joseph Morgan) fate.

Klaus appeared to have got his redemption by saving his daughter from the Hollow’s magic, taking the magic inside himself. While Klaus had to die, however, he didn’t go by himself. His brother Elijah allowed him to properly say his farewells. In the end, the two ended each other’s lives in order to protect their family and town.

There’s more, though – check out a deleted scene, obtained by EW, from the end of the series below, featuring more of Cami (Leah Pipes) and Mikael’s (Sebastian Roche) return. If you remember, the Hollow’s magic led Klaus to hallucinate both of them.

The Originals‘ final season will be available on DVD on October 2.

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'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.”

Watch the deleted scene below:

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Why Did [Spoiler] & [Spoiler] Have To Die on 'The Originals'?

Why Did [Spoiler] & [Spoiler] Have To Die on 'The Originals'?

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! DO NOT READ IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW!

Last night was the end of an era on The Originals and we bid goodbye to the Mikaelson family – and for some of them, permanently.

In the final episode, Elijah managed to take some of the dark magic from Klaus, which gave his brother one more day to spend with the people he loved – Caroline, Hope, and his family.

Klaus actually got to show Caroline his favorite city, before spending his final moments with his daughter, Hope and family with a dinner.

After their final dinner together, Klaus and Elijah met death together, and put an end to the dark magic of the city.

“When we started the series we knew that what we wanted to achieve by the end was a full completion to Klaus and Elijah’s journey,” Julie Plec shared with TV Guide after the series finale.

“Elijah was determined to help Klaus find his redemption and help him understand the power of unconditional love, and so we knew that along the way Elijah would take a dark turn as Klaus took a lighter turn and that the two of them would find themselves at the end, having completed that journey,” she continued.

“We weren’t sure how we would dramatize it at the end, but the choice to have them both decide to end life together was a decision that we made at the beginning of the final season.”