‘The Originals’ Season 4 Cancellation News: Will The Series End Soon Following ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Finale?

Following the confirmation of “The Vampire Diaries” finale, is it right to jump into a conclusion that its spin – off series “The Originals” will also come to an end?

The rumors saying that season 4 of the horror fantasy show “The Originals” is cancelled rooted after “The Vampire Diaries” showrunners announced the end of the drama series during the San Diego Comic – Con. Long time supporters of the show were not pleased with the said proclamation, thus, hinting them that “The Originals" might take the same fate the soonest time possible.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, The CW’s honcho Mark Pedowitz has high hopes on “The Originals.”

"It could live very well on its own," he said. "We'll see how it comes back at midseason. Hopefully it will see a fifth year."

It seems that the President just dropped a major hint on how he dreams big for the show’s prolongation in the tv series industry.

To strengthen the show’s ratings and to provide loads of thrills and entertainment to fans of both series, a crossover is likely to happen. Some stars of “TVD” are in the works for appearances in “The Originals.

iTech Post, in a previous article, mentioned that producer/writer Julie Plec is more than determined to bring back together Katherine Pierce (Elena Gilbert’s doppelganger) and Damon Salvatore. This plan clearly says that Ian Somerhalder might join the cast of “The Originals.” However, it is far from reality since Ian and ex girlfriend Nina Dobrev (Katherine/Elena) are both unwilling to star with each other and their feud is greatly affecting their jobs.

Paul Wesley is also a strong name to reckon for cameo appearances in the new season.

Of course, “The Originals” is independent and has earned its fair share of viewers and fans. Also, the cast and crew possess the creativity and characters that make their show an amazing one.

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