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The Originals Season 6: Everything We Know So Far about This Series!

An American television series called “The Originals” premiered on The CW on October 3, 2013. Since it is the first television series in the franchise based on The Vampire Diaries, it is an offshoot. Klaus Mikaelson, a vampire-werewolf hybrid, and his family are caught up in the supernatural politics of New Orleans’ French Quarter.

The fifth season of the show was picked up by The CW on May 10, 2017. Julie Plec, the show’s creator, made the announcement ahead of Comic Con on July 20, 2017, that the fifth season would be the last. Beginning on April 18, 2018, and concluding on August 1, 2018, the last season aired.

Originals Season 6 Is Officially Cancelled

Unfortunately, The CW has announced that the series has been officially cancelled. There are currently no plans for a sixth season of the show. The CW has officially announced that The Originals has been cancelled. The fifth season of The Originals will be the show’s final season. There are currently no plans for the following season on the CW, although anything is possible. As of June 2021, there are no plans or dates for season six to be announced. If you would like to be alerted of any changes, please sign up for updates below and participate in the conversation in our forums. You can also visit the The Originals page on the Internet Movie Database.

Series overview The Originals Season 

Niklaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies), and Rebekah (Danielle Panabaker) are three of the Mikaelson siblings featured in The Originals, a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries (Claire Holt). Due to their status as the first ever vampires, the Mikaelson family is also known as “the Originals”. The Vampire Diaries followed the storey of Niklaus “Klaus” Mikaelson, a werewolf-witch hybrid whose quest to discover his true nature was chronicled in the series. It was also revealed in the April 25, 2013, backdoor pilot, “The Originals,” that the werewolf Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), with whom Klaus had a drunken one-night affair, is pregnant.

After a long absence, the Originals are welcomed back to New Orleans by Hayley, who has moved in with them after becoming pregnant. Because of their father’s vengeance, Mikael (Sebastian Roché), they had to forsake the French Quarter they had established. Instead of Klaus and Rebekah, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) took leadership of the French Quarter while they were gone. Klaus is adamant that they must defeat Marcel and reclaim the city that was once theirs, all the while guarding the city from a vampire, werewolf, and witch war that is about to break out.

It is revealed in the first season that Klaus’s mystical kid is soon to be born and that the Originals must work together to protect her. The conflict between vampires, witches, and werewolves is also discussed.

The second season focuses on the return of Mikael and Esther (Alice Evans), the Mikaelson siblings’ parents, the arrival of Dahlia (Claudia Black), an aunt who threatens the baby’s life, and the appearance of the supposedly-dead Freya Mikaelson (Riley Voelkel), the first-born daughter of Mikael and Esther.

Three seasons later, we learn that they have sired a new generation of non-Original vampires, who have been plotting their vengeance against the Mikaelsons for for one thousand years.

The Mikaelsons return to New Orleans in the fourth season, where they are confronted by a resurrected ancient mystical threat known as the Hollow that intends to annihilate all in its path.

It’s been seven years since the fourth season, and Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) is now a teenager at the Salvatore Boarding School for the Young and Gifted, a school for supernatural children, while the Mikaelsons are still dealing with the Hollow as they try to rejoin their family.

The Originals Season 6: Reason Behind the Cancellation

Viewers complained that the show’s storyline was too predictable after the fourth season.

Season 5 will not be renewed, it was announced on July 20, 2017. Before travelling to Comic-Con that year, Julie Plec, the show’s creator, tweeted the news.

Controlling the series finale is a blessing and a curse at the same time. Many shows don’t have the luxury of being able to decide when the show ends… This decision to stop a show is “always bittersweet,” Julie Plec says, “but it’s a huge blessing to have been a part of that decision.”

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Alex Hoffman-Ellis
Alex Hoffman-Ellis
Alex joined The Current in 2019 and now works as one of the site’s main writers. Alex covers all Netflix movies and TV shows, but he specialises on anime and K-dramas. Currently resides in Great Britain.
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