'The Vampire Diaries' Season 8 Spoilers: Did Julie Plec Just Tease Klaroline To Happen?
The upcoming and highly anticipated finale of "The Vampire Diaries" season eight is now getting closer and many fans have been asking about what to expect at the end. Executive producer Julie Plec teases a few details about the finale.
Katherine Pierce To Make Appearance For "The Vampire Diaries" Season 8 Finale
It can be recalled that the CW series entitled "The Vampire Diaries" is now coming to an end and fans couldn't wait what's in store for them. The excitement rose over the top when the network released the very first clip, teasing the upcoming series finale. One of its greatest highlights in putting an end to the story is the return of actress Nina Dobrev on the series. In the teaser released, it was clear that the actress has come back to play the role of Elena. However, fans are wondering if that is all there is in terms of the roles that the actress is playing.
Klaus And Caroline To Have Their Infamous "Klaroline" Moment In Series Finale?
In answer to that, executive producer and showrunner Julie Plec held a short Q&A on her twitter account wherein she answered some of the fans musings and general wonderment. One of the greatest questions was if one of the characters played by Dobrev, Katherine Pierce is coming back for the finale of "The Vampire Diaries" season 8. For this, Plec simply answered by saying "Si!" which is Spanish for the word yes. This has then excited the fans all the more. However, there's more that made the fans gain all the hope in the world in one of the most famous fandom on the series: Klaus and Caroline, otherwise known as Klaroline.
One of the fans asked if Klaroline is going to have a moment in the finale, however the answer given by Plec was as vague as there ever was. She simply answered "Sort of...???" which has sent the Klaroline fans to disarray. Plec also hinted that the upcoming "The Vampire Diaries" season eight finale might be slightly tied up with the upcoming "The Originals" season four. Thus, this has brought hope to the Klaroline fans that Caroline might be going off to save Klaus in New Orleans.
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‘The Originals' Season 4 Update: CW Postponed 'Supernatural' And 'Arrow' To Give Way For The New Episode?
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'The Originals Season 4' Episode 3 Spoilers: Klaus And Hope Bond After Years Apart; Puts New Orleans In Great Danger
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'The Originals' Season 4, Episode 2 New Trailer Features Klaus And Hope, Klaus And Camille Reunions
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'The Originals' Season 4: 'The Vampire Diaries' Finale Hinted Crossover And Romance; Plossible Klaroline Reunion?
the finale of "The Vampire Diaries" has hinted on the possible reunion of the Klaroline love team. Many are expecting to see Caroline crossover to "The Originals" to reunite with her former lover, Klaus.
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