The Originals finally returned, and its first episode back was all about Rebekah's inner killer.
The gang went on a road trip to a parallel dimension while two humanity-free vampires inflicted violence and sex upon innocent bystanders!
This week, we flashed back to Freya's childhood and learned more about Rebekah's slasher-killer alter ego, and the experience was... not great.
Caroline "turned it off" and it's like this whole show "turned it ON." Because YES.
Rebekah's new body comes with a catch, and Freya's still causing problems.
This year's Oscars were exactly as meaningful and entertaining as they always are: medium meaningful and medium entertaining!
Pathos, twists, romance, and perfect emotions... Julie Plec's directorial debut was one of TVD's best episodes ever.
Hayley and Jackson got married! And of course a major character died. That's just how this show rolls.
"Stay" was a tough and devastating episode, but also a series high.
You know what they say: The family that shouts at each other about loyalty together stays together.
The gang had a particularly weird birthday celebration for Bonnie, and Kai learned some important lessons about human emotion.
Some werewolf engagements are not worth the trouble. Plus: A surprise showdown in the haunted halfway house for broken witches!
An episode title like "Prayer for the Dying" can't be good news for Sheriff Forbes. Unless it was one of the twins who was in danger this week...
Hell hath no fury like a Davina scorned, apparently.
Marcel hallucinated that he was back in WWI and the Mikaelson boys hung out in a witch holodeck! What a trip.