The Originals season 1, episode 1, “Always and Forever” airs tonight at 9pm EST on the CW! Check out the synopsis and the promo and find out where you can watch online.
Tonight’s premiere episode of The Originals season 1 will be a re-imagining of the backdoor pilot that aired last April, including more from Elijah’s perspective.
KLAUS MIKAELSON, THE ORIGINAL VAMPIRE/WEREWOLF HYBRID, RETURNS TO NEW ORLEANS IN THIS SPIN-OFF OF “THE VAMPIRE DIARIES” — Klaus Mikaelson (Joseph Morgan), the original vampire-werewolf hybrid, has returned to the supernatural melting pot that is the French Quarter of New Orleans – the city his family helped build 300 years ago. Determined to help his brother, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) leaves their sister Rebekah (Claire Holt) behind and follows Klaus. Elijah learns that the beautiful and rebellious werewolf Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) – Klaus’ onetime flame – has fallen into the hands of a powerful witch named Sophie Deveraux (Daniella Pineda). When Sophie reveals some life-changing news, Elijah realizes that the Original family may have been given a second chance at humanity and redemption. Klaus, however, is more intrigued by his recent unexpected reunion with his former protégé, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), a charismatic but diabolical vampire who now has total control over the supernatural inhabitants of New Orleans. Klaus vows to reclaim what was once his – the power, the city and his family. The series also stars Leah Pipes as Cami and Danielle Campbell as Davina.
And as if just reading that doesn’t get you sufficiently geared up for tonight’s episode, here is the extended promo for The Originals season 1 premiere, ‘Always and Forever’:
And in case you are wondering where you can watch The Originals season 1 premiere online, you can catch it on the CW’s website usually within 24 hours of the initial airing. You can also catch up on Hulu, as the episodes are usually posted the morning after airing.
The easiest method is always to set your DVR, but you may also be able to catch The Originals by checking out the OnDemand section from your local cable provider. The OnDemand option is usually available the next day.