When OUAT comes back on March 9, 2014, after the winter hiatus, there will be a new character (who you have already seen if you watched the promo at the end of the last episode). For more about this character, some info on the second half of the season as a whole, and a hint about whether or not Rumple is really dead …. see after the jump (warning: spoilers) Continue reading →
Episode 3×11 Going Home broadcast on Sunday Dec. 15, 2013 was the OUAT winter finale. The show is now on hiatus until March 9, 2014, when it will return with episode 3×12 New York Serenade. The reason there is such a long break this year is that it enables the show to air with fewer of the annoying, random breaks that we’ve seen in the past. When OUAT comes back, it will run straight through till the season finale. What do you think? Do you think the break is too long, or do you think it’s better to do it this way?
The Scarecrow, the Tin Man, Toto, Dorothy, and the Cowardly Lion — will any of these characters — or the Wizard of Oz himself — appear on Once Upon a Time?
Whether we like it or not — some of us do, some of us don’t — we’ve been seeing a lot of non-fairytale characters introduced this season on Once Upon a Time — first Mulan, then Lancelot, and now Captain Hook.
In what may be good or bad news — depending upon how you feel about this trend to widen the character base — show creators Ed Kitsis and Adam Horowitz told Entertainment Weekly, in an interview published last night, that they will be introducing many new characters who come from stories that are not fairytales.
On Wednesday, Once Upon a Time creators/executive producers/writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz had a Facebook chat about the show. They showed a clip from the finale and answered questions from fans.
Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz in video thanking fans
The official Facebook page for the show now has over a million “likes.” In honor of this milestone, show creators Eddy Kitsis and Edward Horowitz created a little video to thank the fans, which you can watch here.