“The Originals” season 2 is coming up quickly and fans are devouring any spoilers, teasers and theories they can get their hands on. The latest information comes from Entertainment Weekly on Sept. 29. According to the website, there are going to be bigger fights and more flashbacks in the upcoming season of “The Originals.”
Actor Joseph Morgan, who plays Klaus on the hit series spoke to EW about season 2 of “The Originals.” He said that the cast is filming just about non-stop. There are a lot of fights and Morgan said he was on his way to rehearse a big stunt fight sequence. If fans thought that the first season of “The Originals” was good, just wait until season 2. Joseph said that things are going to escalate.
As for Klaus and Hayley, she is now a hybrid. When asked if that will help her relationship with Klaus or bring them closer, “The Originals” actor said,
“In a way, I suppose, yeah. He’s kind of a reluctant mentor. He’s encouraged by his brother to talk to Hayley, to help Hayley, because Hayley’s incredibly lost. I think it’s one thing for Klaus to have to give away his daughter, but Hayley gave birth to her, and it’s sort of another thing altogether, I think, for Hayley. So Hayley’s not taking it very well at all. And Elijah, I think, feels very distant from her and worries about her, and so he encourages Klaus, being the only other hybrid now, to talk to Hayley, to help her understand what it is that she’s going through and how she can deal with the thing that she’s become. So Klaus rather reluctantly does that. I would say that it helps their relationship, but it’s not like everything is just fine after that. There’s a long way to go for all of these characters, I think. They’re truly troubled, these creatures.”
As fans know, Klaus’ parents, Mikael and Esther will return in “The Originals” season 2. As for which one is the bigger emotional threat to Klaus, Morgan said that he really goes back and forth on it. However, “The Originals” actor said at the time of the interview, he feels that his father is more of an emotional threat. As a child, Klaus wanted his father’s approval, but instead got hatred from him. Mikael made Klaus feel week and not good enough. For a long time, Klaus didn’t understand why. Even though Klaus had a lot of anger for his father, in “The Vampire Diaries,” Klaus did manage to kill him. However, “The Originals” character didn’t feel satisfaction from that, but sorrow. The things he always wanted, love and affirmation, he would never receive.
Joseph also revealed that season 2 of “The Originals” will include more flashbacks of Klaus’ relationship with his mother. Fans can also expect to see another brother in town, which viewers will find out quickly who it is. No matter who the brother is, it will not be good for Klaus.
What do you think of what Joseph Morgan had to say about “The Originals?” Season 2 premieres on the CW on Oct. 6.