"Once Upon a Time"
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Yes, seasons 1-3 are available to own on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download. Season 4 is currently airing.

The Complete First Season was released in both DVD and Blu-ray formats on August 28th, 2012.

The Complete Second Season was released in both DVD and Blu-ray formats on August 13th, 2013.

The Complete Third Season was released in both DVD and Blu-ray formats on August 19th, 2014.

Seasons 1-3 can be digitally downloaded from iTunes and Amazon. Season 4 episodes will be available after they air.

Since Emma's love for Henry broke the curse, everyone that knows about Regina/The Evil Queen knows about the curse.

Regina (Evil Queen), Mr. Gold (Rumpelstiltskin), Jefferson (Mad Hatter), August (Pinocchio), and Sheriff Graham in Episode 6 (Huntsman).

Something bad happens, although the mechanics of who can leave and how are still a bit blurry, since we know Henry left (though it could be argued he is not restricted by the curse) to get his birth mom Emma. People have speculated that because Henry was not born in the fairytale land he is not truly under the curse.

- A supposed heart attack suffered by Granny prevented Ruby from leaving - Pilot.

- Emma crashes, trying to avoid a wolf in the road - Pilot.

- Ashley crashes due to labor - Price of Gold.

- Emma's car broke down when she tried to leave with Ava and Nicholas (could be argued it was on purpose, and thus not because of the curse) - True North.

- Kathryn crashes and disappears - What Happened to Frederick.

Post Curse:

Anyone who leaves Storybrooke loses their memories of their fairytales selves - We Are Both

In the episode, "The Outsider," Rumplestiltskin figures out that, if a particular potion is poured on an item that someone holds the most dear, that item acts as a talisman for that person, enabling that person to leave Storybrooke.

No. Both have the same basic premise of fairy tale characters living in the modern world but they are otherwise unconnected. Fables was about a group of characters who flee their homelands and end up in New York City where they have been living for centuries. Immortal, and fully self aware, their attitude tends to be more cynical than the characters on Once Upon a Time. The show Once Upon a Time deals with fairy tale characters who are trapped in small town Storybrooke Maine after a curse from the Evil Queen brings them here. They are, mostly, mortal and are, mostly unaware of their true identities at the beginning of the series. While the two series share some characters, such as Snow White and Prince Charming, their depictions of these characters are wildly different. For example, in Fables, Prince Charming is something of a smarmy womanizer and politician. In Once Upon a Time the same character is actually charming, a devoted husband, and a great warrior but a poor politician.

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