The Vampire Diaries‘ third season ended with Klaus in Tyler’s body after Bonnie’s spell, which did save the bloodline. So, for now, Michael Trevino is playing Klaus. But how long will that last?
Vampire Diaries Season 4 Spoilers
Michael Trevino told Wetpaint Entertainment, “I’m playing Klaus and I would like to think that it goes on for a few episodes but I think the run as Klaus might end sooner rather than later.” As good as Trevino was in the season 3 finale as Klaus, there’s nothing like Joseph Morgan in the role. Besides, the sooner Klaus is back in his own body, the sooner Tyler is back in control of his and they can explore the aftermath of the time Klaus spent in Tyler’s bodyÂ—and what he did (because you know he’s going to be up to something).
Trevino went on to say, “[Tyler] is not lost forever. I think eventually Tyler will come back into Tyler’s body and we should be all good.” He and Caroline will have to deal with whatever Klaus did in his body. They had only momentary happiness before it all went to hell at the end of last season, and even once Tyler is back in control, they still have to face the fact that the Council knows what they really are, thanks to Alaric. There’s a vampire hunter coming to town, and he’s going to mean trouble for everyone. Will Caroline and Tyler get the chance to be together and be happy for an extended period of time with everything going on and graduation approaching? Will their futures take them to different places?
Finally, for The Vampire Diaries season 4 in general, Trevino revealed, “Tyler is going to end up going through a lot. There’s going to be a lot of action, a lot of blood. Maybe some bullets, maybe some stakes. But at the end of the day Tyler’s shirtless a good amount of the time.” What else would you expect with the Originals still around, a vampire hunter coming, Elena as a vampire, and the new threat coming? It should be an exciting season for Vampire Diaries fans.
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