'The Vampire Diaries' season 7, episode 15 spoilers: Will Stefan let go of Damon? 'The Originals' season 3 crossover with show lined up


After airing episode 15 of “The Vampire Diaries” season 7 earlier this month, the show is currently on a one-month break and is expected to return with some decisions that Stefan may have to make.

In the previous episode, called “I Would For You,” Damon (Ian Somerhalder) tried his best to bring down Rayna (Leslie-Ann Huff). However, he learned that once the supernatural villain perishes, everyone who has the Phoenix Stone will also die. To save his brother, Stefan (Paul Wesley), he decided to hibernate in a coffin until Elena (Nina Dobrev) returns.

In the upcoming episode, titled “Days of the Future Past,” the sneak peek of episode 15 shows Rayna telling Stefan that the only path to his freedom is to “let Damon go.” From another perspective of the clip, Damon tells himself that he can figure a way out in the situation. After which, the video also shows him and Valerie (Elizabeth Blackmore) running toward Stefan, who is lying unconscious on the ground.

Toward the end of the clip, Rayna asks Stefan once again if he is ready to let go of Damon, to which he responded, “Yes.” Will Stefan really let go of his brother or does he have other plans?

Episode 15 of “The Vampire Diaries” season 7 is scheduled to air on Apr. 1 at 8 P.M. ET on The CW.

Meanwhile, fans are in for a treat as another crossover with “The Originals” is slated in an episode early next month. According to Access Hollywood, two Mikaelsons from “The Originals” will be seeing Matt Donovan (Zach Roerig) from “The Vampire Diaries” in the episode slated on Apr. 8.

Executive producer Michael Narducci revealed to the news portal, “[I] know the fans — they love the shared universe and they love to see that these characters still interact in the same big wide world and if Matt is interacting with Elijah — that’s a reminder that these characters still function in the same place.”

He added, “For me, as a creator, what’s really exciting is that Matt was the one who killed Finn in Season 3 with a white oak stake and so now it’s Finn, who has recently been brought back through magic to rejoin his family, [who] is coming face-to-face with the guy who killed him.”