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A "Find and Rescue Rebekah" mission will be developed when "The Originals" Season 2 returns in 2015. Executive producer Michael Narducci teased that the Mikaelson sibling's safety after the body jump story twist is going to be the primary concern of the CW spinoff series when it returns from its long holiday break.

Warning: This update on "The Originals" Season 2 contains spoilers.

In The Hollywood Reporter interview, Michael Narducci revealed that Rebekah, who got transferred into a new body, is in a dangerous place with only Kol (Daniel Sharman) knowing where his sister really is. "For a little while, it becomes all hands on deck: We need to find and rescue Rebekah," the executive producer teased.

Michael Narducci added that there will be a "pretty interesting and satisfying conclusion" to Rebekah's body-swap storyline in the second half of "The Originals" Season 2. "We felt the storyline made the most sense for Rebekah, because she has always been the one who said she wants to be cured from vampirism. On the other hand, it's definitely a cautionary tale of being careful what you wish for," Narducci explained.

In the mid-season finale episode titled "The Map of Moments," the viewers saw Rebekah Mikaelson (Claire Holt) got transferred into a vulnerable and mortal body that is trapped in an old mansion that became a place for witches believed to be insane. Michael Narducci teased that Rebekah will have to use her wits and strength of character in dealing with the threats instead of her Original vampire strength and speed.

When asked if the character could still return to her original body, the executive producer believes the fans can still see Aussie actress Claire Holt as Rebekah Mikaelson. "Rebekah's body hasn't been destroyed. I definitely don't think - or hope - we've seen the last of Claire Holt," Narducci stated.

In an InStyle report, actress Maisie Richardson-Sellers talked about portraying Rebekah Mikaelson in the hit CW TV series. "It's a very exciting role," the 22-year-old actress shared.

The "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" star also confirmed that she will be Rebekah Mikaelson for a couple of episodes of "The Originals" Season 2. Even though portraying the character that "The Originals" fans loved with Claire Holt as the original body, the young British actress revealed that she is still game to take on the challenge of being the sassy and cool character on the television screen.

"I want to explore my boundaries as an actress," the new CW star shared. "The Originals" Season 2 is scheduled to return on Jan. 19, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the CW Network.

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