If you enjoyed The Originals, you might also enjoy the original Vampire Diaries or Wynonna Earp.
When The Originals premiered on The CW in 2013, it was just as popular as The Vampire Diaries before it.
In some ways, The Originals failed to live up to its predecessors, but in others, it excelled, bringing the action to New Orleans and focusing on family and mature themes rather than teen romance and angst.
Fans adored The Originals because of the focus on family ties, the absence of teen angst clichés, the strong and interesting characters painted in gray tones, and the fact that it was set in New Orleans, which gave it a distinct and cool vibe all its own.
10. The Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries has a lot to offer fans of The Originals who have yet to see the series that preceded it.
However, while the original series does focus more on the romantic relationships between the main characters, which can feel like they’re lifted straight out of Twilight at times, there are some fantastic monsters to be found, strong female leads to root for, and a fast-paced plot that never drags on. When The Vampire Diaries first aired, it was easy to make snap judgments about it. However, the show merits a second look.
9. The 100
The Originals is a fantasy series, whereas The 100 is a science fiction one. Despite this, both shows have a lot going for them.
There are only 100 people left on Earth in The 100, and they’re all living in a space habitat orbiting the planet.
After three generations in the habitat, the government decides it’s time to see if the Earth is habitable once more.. The series then follows the kids on Earth as they realize there are more survivors down there and the government in space, which they know they can’t trust. They send out 100 teenage criminal delinquents.
To watch Charmed, you have two options: on TV or on the internet. If you enjoyed The Originals’ family dynamic, you’ll get a lot out of this story about the Halliwell sisters, a trio of powerful witches.
When one of the sisters died, a fourth was born, and there was even an apprentice witch in the form of Kaley Cuoco later on.
The CW has remade and is currently airing a more diverse version of the show called Charmed.
7. Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the best show to watch about a group of people working together in a supernatural world. Urban fantasy shows like The Originals would not exist if not for Buffy’s influence.
After learning she is The Chosen One, Buffy sets out to protect humanity from supernatural threats like demons and vampires. She was played by Sarah Michelle Gellar on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She joins forces with the Scooby Gang and embarks on a heroic quest to save the planet.
A series on WGN America based on the real-life Salem witch trials debuted in 2014 and was called Salem. Janet Montgomery starred as Mary, a witch in Salem who stirs up fear and manipulates the witch hunts, in this ominous series.
In order to bring the devil to life, she must succeed. Things get complicated, however, when her ex-boyfriend (Shane West) makes a surprise return to town. In total, there were 36 episodes in three seasons of Salem.
Supernatural was the longest-running show on The CW when it ended in 2020. Fans of The Originals wished that the story of the Winchester brothers could have continued for an additional season.
The boys in Supernatural are on the prowl for demons and monsters of all kinds. The overarching plot revolves around a conflict between Heaven and Hell, in which neither side is particularly concerned with Earth’s well-being. In order to safeguard that, the brothers are present.
4. Van Helsing
Abraham Van Helsing’s ancestor leads the war against vampires in Van Helsing’s retelling of the vampire mythos. Vampires have taken control of the Earth in the post-apocalyptic future, and they rule over humans.
After waking up from a coma to find the world overrun by vampires, Vanessa Van Helsing discovers that she possesses a rare blood type that can turn a vampire back into a human. This makes her humanity’s last hope for survival in the vampire-infested future.
3. True Blood
The Originals fans who adore New Orleans and vampire romance will find no better show than True Blood.
In True Blood, which is based on the Charlaine Harris book series, vampires are real, but they aren’t a threat because they buy bottled blood to stay alive instead of killing people. However, this is accompanied by a social hierarchy and a government run by vampires, which distinguishes this series.
2. Wynonna Earp
The story of Wynonna Earp is similar to that of Van Helsing in that it centers on a female descendant of a legendary character who battled evil in the past.
Her great-great-grandfather was Wyatt Earp, and she is now waging a war against the living descendants of the outlaws that Wyatt Earp killed, who have returned to terrorize the world. Revenants will be sent back to Hell thanks to Wynonna’s special gun.
1. Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, a dark look at the character of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, revived the once-cheesy Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
As seen in the comic book series, Sabrina the Teenage Witch returns to television with her two aunts, Hilda and Zelda, in a story full of Satanists, secret cults, demons from Hell, and much more tormenting the young witch.
Fans of The Originals will enjoy The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina because it takes her straight to Hell.