What does Josie Saltzman want with Freya Mikaelson?
Riley Voelkel is reprising her role from The Originals on Legacies Season 2 Episode 6, and it is sure to be an angst-filled affair.
You see, only Lizzie remembers Hope’s existence after the teenager decided to jump into the Malivore pit to save everyone else.
If you watch Legacies online, you know Josie has been struggling with Hope’s reappearance, mostly because she can tell there’s a bond between her and her boyfriend, Landon.
Josie has also been flirting with darkness, using dark magic, and it’s taking its toll on her.
It’s possible she could visit Freya for answers. What the trailer for “That’s Nothing I Had to Remember” reveals is that the photos of various The Originals characters are still in Rousseau’s, and one of them includes Hope.
Will Freya recognize there’s someone on the wall she doesn’t remember before Josie arrives on the scene, or will there be more at play here?
It will be nice to catch up with Freya because The Originals wrapped with a lot of questions still up in the air for her.
Here’s the official press release from The CW:
MYSTIC FALLS CELEBRATES COMMONWEALTH DAY / RILEY VOELKEL STARS AS FREYA — When a truth-seeking monster arrives in Mystic Falls during Commonwealth Day, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) and Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) fear that the secrets they’ve each been keeping have made them targets.
Meanwhile, MG (Quincy Fouse), Kaleb (guest star Chris Lee) and Kym (guest star Ebboney Wilson) seek out an unlikely ally, who may have knowledge on how to take down the latest monster.
Finally, Freya (guest star Riley Voelkel) receives an unexpected visit from one of the Salvatore Students.
Matthew Davis and Kaylee Bryant also star. Bola Ogun directed the episode written by Adam Higgs & Josh Eiserike
What do you think will go down?
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Legacies continues Thursday at 9/8c on CW.
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