Official photos from the fifth and sixth episodes of The Originals season 3, airing Thursday November 5 and 12 at 9pm on The CW.
#12 “The Axeman’s Letter” (November 5)
From the CW: “As the war among the sire lines continues to grow, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) receives an unexpected visit by a figure from his past. When Elijah (Daniel Gillies) suspects that Tristan (guest star Oliver Auckland) is hiding something, he enlists Marcel’s (Charles Michael Davis) help to find out what he’s up to. Elsewhere, Davina (Danielle Campbell) struggles with her role as Regent and seeks advice from Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin). Finally, an ancient secret that is uncovered threatens to tear the Mikaelson brothers apart for good.”
#11 Elijah and Marcel at St. Anne’s Church Fight Gym
#10 Detective Kinney
#9 Vincent and Cami
#8 Cami Shows Detective Kinney O’Connell the Stash of Dark Objects
#7 Is Something or Someone Stalking Jackson?
#6 Camille and Vincent Continue to Help Detective Kinney
#5 “Beautiful Mistake” (November 12)
From the CW: “When Elijah (Daniel Gilles) and Freya (Riley Vodkel) realize that Rebekah may be the target of the Strix’s latest plan, they do whatever it takes to protect her. Elsewhere, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) spends time with Aurora (guest star Rebecca Breeds) to figure out where her loyalties lie, while a dangerous run-in with a member of the Strix leads Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) to make an unsettling discovery. Finally, an elaborate scheme created by Lucien (guest star Andrew Lees) leaves Cami (Leah Pipes) faced with a difficult decision to make and Detective Kinney (guest star Jason Dohring) fighting for his life.”
#4 Lucien Recruits Cami to Help Him Carry Out a Plan
#3 Hayley, Marcel and a Member of the Strix
#2 Hayley Deals with a Possible Threat
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