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Now, while Klaus grieves the loss of Marcel, what he doesn’t know is that the person he considered his son is now his greatest threat. “For me, what sets [Marcel] apart [as a villain] is all of Klaus’ issues with Mikael, he sees echoed in Marcel,” Joseph Morgan says. “And we saw that Marcel has these issues with his own father. His father in fact tried to kill him as my father tried to kill me, so there’s a lot of feeling like maybe if Klaus can’t fix himself, he can fix Marcel, he can fix what’s happened to Marcel, and so in doing so, he’ll find some peace in what’s happened to him. So I still feel like for him, it’s a very personal quest in terms of making things right with Marcel. And so that carries a lot of emotional weight in terms of them becoming enemies now.”

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“The Bloody Crown” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

THE PROPHECY FULFILLED — After months of thwarting off dangerous threats and deadly attacks, the Mikaelson siblings finally come face to face with the one person that could lead to their ultimate demise. With the stakes higher than ever and the compound overrun by an army of his oldest sworn enemies, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) is put on trial for centuries of atrocities he’s committed. Meanwhile, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), who has been spiraling out of control following an act of betrayal by those closest to him, is stunned by the unexpected arrival of someone from his past. Finally, Elijah (Daniel Gillies), Freya (Riley Voelkel) and Kol (guest star Nathaniel Buzolic) frantically search for a way to save their family before it’s too late. Phoebe Tonkin also stars. Matt Hastings directed the episode written by Beau DeMayo & Diane Ademu-John (#322). Original airdate 5/20/2016.