Vampire Diaries Season 5 Spoilers: Caroline and Klaus May Meet Again (TRAILER)

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By Amanda Gigliotti , Christian Post Correspondent
August 6, 2013|12:41 am

Everyone remembers the good-bye end for Caroline and Klaus in the Season 4 of The Vampire Diaries. However, fans can still expect that this may not be all for the former "couple" and they may meet up again in the Season 5.

According to Entertainment Weekly, The Vampire Diaries' Executive Producer Julie Plec has reportedly said that while Klaus may be in New Orleans, there is a chance Caroline will turn up in the Big Easy to pay him a little visit.

"I think that there are a lot of complicated elements that go into trying to make this happen, but I've talked about it with Candice and I've talked about it with Joseph. There's a million logistics to work out and you never know, but it's something we'd like to do and hope to do," said Plec.

The previous season featured a happy couple, Tyler and Caroline, which turned out to be a big love triangle with the addition of Klaus later on. Caroline grows closer to Klaus, but Tyles maks a plan to turn him down. Finally, Klaus leaves Caroline.

Vampire Diaries Executive Producer, Julie Plec, also dropped a couple of other new spoilers for the upcoming season 5, including the possible demise of one beloved hero.

The Vampire Diaries season 5 is set to debut on Thursday night, Oct. 3.

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