'The Originals' Season 1 Finale Spoilers: Actor Joseph Morgan Teases Finale Episode is Terrifying
By Jenalyn Villamarin | May 13, 2014 12:03 PM EST
"The Originals" fans should start getting ready for what will go down in the CW spinoff series' finale episode titled "From a Cradle to a Grave." British actor Joseph Morgan, who plays Original hybrid Klaus Mikaelson, teased that the final episode will be a huge and terrifying one.
The 32-year-old CW star revealed in the E!Online TV Scoop report that the finale episode will take things even further. "It's a really frightening episode. I don't think you're going to be disappointed. We're going to go out real strong," Joseph Morgan shared.
It looks like viewers will be saying goodbye again to another "The Originals" character as Joseph Morgan also talked about death in the Zap2it report. According to Joseph Morgan, the team behind "The Originals" has never been afraid to kill off the well-liked characters in the TV series.
Joseph Morgan further added in the Wet Paint report that "The Originals" Season 1 has been a pleasure and the epic events that will happen in the finale will absolutely compel the fans to watch Season 2. The synopsis for the final episode revealed that Klaus will be making a heartbreaking decision out of desperation in order to protect those who are most important to him.
It is speculated that Klaus' heartbreaking decision has something to do with his hybrid child. A promo video for the "The Originals" final episode has been released but it only showed Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) holding the baby, Klaus screaming while pinned against the wall and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) looking at Klaus with a troubled expression on his face.
The synopsis for "The Originals" Episode 22 titled "From a Cradle to a Grave" in the Hypable report reveal that Hayley and her child will be in danger but Klaus and Elijah are determined to find Hayley first before something bad happens to her and the baby and Hayley will be doing everything she can to protect her child from the witches.
Additionally, Francesca (Peta Sergeant) will meet with werewolf brothers Oliver (Chase Coleman) and Jackson (Nathan Parsons) to discuss the future of their pack in New Orleans. Meanwhile, Davina (Danielle Campbell) and Cami (Leah Pipes) join forces in their plan to take down the Original hybrid.
"The Originals" Episode 22 "From a Cradle to a Grave" is scheduled to air on Tuesday night, May 13, at 8 pm ET on the CW Network.
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