The Originals(Season 3)
“Always and forever” originals will protect their family by hook or crook. After watching two seasons you might be wondering what 3rd season is about? And you had probably enjoyed the previous seasons, and trust me this will too create enthusiastic for this season. 3rd season is all about sire bond of originals family. Sire bonds try their best to protect their sired originals.
STORY & SCREENPLAY
Above I have given you a brief introduction of this season but this is not all. Sired bonds not only trying to protect their sired original but also they are finding way to get rid of them (originals). Once they will be rid of this sired line they will be free and can kill originals. So all sired lines are finding the cure of this and let me tell you there is only one cure and one magic for this. All the sired lines from 1000 of decades are now back and are after this cure. And this season also narrates who was the first vampire after originals which were turned by them. They knew about what vampire can do like compelling, healing, turning etc.
Performances are spectacular. Joseph Morgan has played an excellent role as Klaus Mikaelson. And his strong British ascent will definitely make you fall. Daniel Gillis played a role as Elijah Mikaelson who is finally confess his feeling to Hayley. And how can we forget Marcel Gerard played by Charles Davis. He is phenomenal in this season. The antagonist was too incredible. And our powerful witch aunt Freya Mikaelson is too adorable in every season.
This season is full of tragedy with bunch of suspense. The main suspense is that who is that one person who is a foe, friend and family who is going to finish the Mikaelson family. Like he is mixture of everything foe, friend and family. I loved this season too and it also taught us that family is first and we should be always on their side and stick together. Totally this series will not make you feel bored and always make you feel excited for next season definitely. One more thing, this season has a new story with a tragic ending.
Disclaimer: The above review solely illustrates the views of the writer.