Aaaaand we’re back. It’s not with the breathless enthusiasm of season three, to be sure, and tonight’s viewing (hell, this whole season) is tinged with the melancholy of knowing the end is near. 1,826 more words
They say all stories must have endings and sadly the time has come for Once Upon A Time to close its book for good. As broken by The Hollywood Reporter, the show had taken a significant drop in viewers once it moved from Sundays to Fridays with the current Season 7. 311 more words
When I first began watching Once Upon A Time, I couldn’t get past Season 2. As a fan of all things magical and fantastical, I was immediately intrigued by the premise of the show – an adult remake of all the best fairytales with extended, often twisted, plot lines. 457 more words
We begin this episode with a shot of modern-day Lucy being rushed into the Emergency Room fading into a flashback of Henry, introducing his newborn daughter Lucy to his friends back at the Enchanted Forest encampment (which, apparently, they’ve been living in for at least 9+ months – that’s gotta suck). 2,256 more words
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Once Upon A Time has reached the point where almost everyone is deeply interconnected with each other or the characters themselves play dual, or even tripled, fairytale roles. 252 more words
We begin this evening in the alternate realm, and Many Years Ago, I assume (they didn’t even bother with a caption this time). We observe Rapunzel, driving a carriage on a dark and stormy night containing her husband, Marcus (who is obviously ill) and two young daughters. 2,638 more words