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Sean Maguire is going to be a dad again! The Once Upon a Time actor subtly revealed the exciting news when he tweeted at Lin-Manuel Miranda, writing, "Dear @Lin_Manuel my brother & I have babies on the way.Listening to dear theodosia tearing up. Thanks for writing what we couldn't articulate." On Thursday, his wife, Tanya Flynn, confirmed that she is expecting by posting an adorable photo of the couple's 1-year-old son, Flynn, with big puppy-dog eyes, writing, "This ones just heard that he's getting a baby brother for Christmas...." Naturally, Ouat fans couldn't help but flood the English actor's notifications with happy tweets. His costar Colin O'Donoghue, who recently welcomed his second child, even offered his congratulations. »
- Kelsie Gibson
Once Upon a Time is full of complicated relationships, but in real life, the cast is one big family. While Jennifer Morrison has a special bond with her onscreen parents, Josh Dallas and Ginnifer Goodwin, and TV husband Colin O'Donoghue, we can't get enough of her friendship with Jamie Chung (who guest starred as Mulan on the hit fairy tale show). When the heroines aren't saving the day in the Enchanted Forest, they're bonding over their love of fashion in the Big Apple and posting sweet snaps together on Instagram. Even though the actresses have said goodbye to Ouat, their friendship will always be magical. See some of their best moments ahead. RelatedWhat You Can Expect From Once Upon a Time's Rebooted Season 7 »
- Kelsie Gibson
In the wake of so many drips and drabs of reporting on Once Upon a Time‘s Season 7 “reset”/”reboot”/”next chapter,” even Lana Parrilla — one of the three returning series regulars — is heading into hiatus with questions about what lies ahead.
Given the end-of-season time jump and the fact that Andrew J. West (The Walking Dead) is now playing Regina’s grown-up son, Parrilla wonders with a laugh, “With this new Henry, does that mean I’m aging?”
New season, new cast, new night. Once Upon a Time is moving to a new night after the departure of several cast members, including Jennifer Morrison, Jared Gilmore, Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas. ABC revealed its schedule for the 2017 fall TV season on Tuesday, announcing Ouat would now be airing Friday nights at 8 p.m., leaving Sundays for the first time in its seven-season run. Other shows on the move include black-ish and Shark Tank, while new dramas Marvel's Inhumans and Ten Days in the Valley landed slots in the fall line-up. Oh, and Tgit? Still there. Obviously. Check out the full schedule below (New shows are in caps): Monday 8-10 p.m. Dancing With the »
“Once Upon a Time” fans experienced quite the roller coaster ride over the course of the past week, and that was even before Sunday’s game-changing Season 6 finale aired. ABC picked up the fairy-tale drama series for a seventh season on Thursday, but this was quickly followed by the news on Friday that the upcoming run would be without its core cast members, as Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow) and Josh Dallas (Charming) are joining Jennifer Morrison (Emma) out the door at the end of the season. “Ouat” co-creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz tell TheWrap in an interview that they have known for. »
- Ryan Gajewski
Once Upon a Time may have been renewed for a seventh season, but it's safe to say whatever comes next will look nothing like the show we've come to know and love. It might, however, feel pretty similar. After giving pretty much everyone a happy ending/beginning and only having to kill off the Black Fairy, Ouat essentially started the series from the beginning, but with a twist. Henry is now an adult (played by The Walking Dead's Andrew J. West, a dead ringer for Jared Gilmore) who has forgotten that fairy tales are real, and it's up to his daughter (played by Alison Fernandez) to convince him of the truth. Throughout the episode, without knowing who we were watching, we saw Henry send his »
Colin O'Donoghue is a dad again! On Sunday, the Once Upon a Time actor revealed that he and his wife, Helen, have welcomed a daughter. "Happy Mother's Day to my wonderful Mum, and to my amazing wife who delivered a beautiful daughter this week! Woohoo!!" he wrote on Twitter. The couple, who got married in 2012, are already parents to a 3-year-old son named Evan. This has certainly been an exciting week for the Irish actor. Aside from expanding his family, he recently revealed that he would be reprising his beloved role as Captain Hook for Ouat's newly announced seventh season. Congrats to the happy couple on their growing family! »
- Kelsie Gibson
Despite the promise of the Final Battle in this Sunday's season finale, the surprising imminent departure of leading lady Jennifer Morrison and our strong encouragement to the contrary, ABC has, in fact, handed Once Upon a Time a renewal for season seven. But Morrison's absence won't be the only major change coming the long-running fairy tale mash-up's way. Co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis are in the midst of a near-total reboot of the series, meaning that Storybrooke is going to look very, very different this fall. Here's everything you need to know about Ouat season seven. Who's Out Along with Morrison, E! News has confirmed that long-time series regulars Ginnifer »
‘Once Upon a Time’ has been renewed at ABC for Season 7, but much of its core cast won’t be part of it. Original stars Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow White and Mary Margaret), Josh Dallas (Prince Charming and David Nolan), Jared Gilmore (Henry) and Emilie de Ravin (Belle and Lacey) are all exiting at the end of Season 6. It was previously reported that Jennifer Morrison (Emma) is also leaving at the end of the season. Additionally, Rebecca Mader (Wicked Witch of the West and Zelena) announced on social media on Thursday that she is departing as well. Lana Parrilla (Regina and Evil Queen), Robert Carlyle. »
- Ryan Gajewski
ABC has renewed four shows, including Kiefer Sutherland’s freshman standout “Designated Survivor” and venerable drama “Once Upon a Time.” The Katy Mixon sitcom “American Housewife” was picked up for a second season, while “Marvel’s Agents of Shield” landed a fifth season. “Ouat” will return for Season 7 despite Jennifer Morrison exiting at the end of the current run. Also Read: ABC Picks Up 4 Shows, Including Shondaland Law Drama, Jason Ritter's 'Gospel of Kevin' There was a flurry of ABC renewals today, including pickups for “black-ish” and “The Goldbergs,” the latter of which landed two more seasons. Among the »
- Ryan Gajewski
Jennifer Morrison told Et exclusively that starring on Once Upon a Time has been the "most unbelievable thing" that has ever happened to her, but it's time for her to move on from the ABC series.
On Monday, the 38-year-old actress announced that after portraying Emma Swan on the show for six seasons, she had reached the end of her contract and would not be renewing. "After very careful consideration, I have decided that creatively and personally, it is time for me to move on," she wrote in a lengthy Instagram post. "Emma Swan is one my favorite characters that I have ever played. My six years on Once Upon a Time has changed my life in the most beautiful ways."
Exclusive: Lana Parrilla Spills on Evil Queen's 'Challenging' Song & Connecting With Once Upon a Time Fans!
Morrison further expressed her gratitude to the viewers of Ouat. "I am absolutely blown away by the passion and commitment »
A version of this article previously appeared on EW.com.
After six seasons at the center of Once Upon a Time, Jennifer Morrison will exit the drama ahead of a potential seventh season, EW has learned.
Though Once Upon a Time has not yet been renewed — EW has heard it is a near-lock to return, with ABC expected to announce renewals and cancellations this week ahead of its upfront presentation — Morrison will not return as a series regular.
“As I reached the end of my 6 year contract on Once Upon A Time, I was faced with a significant decision. ABC, »
- NATALIE ABRAMS
“Once Upon a Time” aired a musical episode Sunday night, but it was not enough to improve the ABC series’ overnight ratings.
According to Nielsen data, the episode — which saw the long-awaited wedding of Emma Swan and Captain Hook — pulled in a 0.8 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.8 million viewers. That is down from a 0.9 and 3.1 million viewers last week for a dip of approximately 11 percent in the demo. The Season 6 finale of the series will air next week.
Earlier on ABC, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” (1.0, 5 million) was also down in the demo. The ABC News special “The Last 100 Days of Diana” (0.9, 6.4 million) was the number one broadcast program across its two hour time slot from 9-11 p.m.
On NBC, a new episode of “Little Big Shots” (1.2, 7.9 million) was the top-rated show of the night. “Chicago Justice” (1.0, 5.3 million) was steady at 9 p.m., while “Shades of Blue” (0.7, 4.1 million) was down in the demo.
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- Joe Otterson
Jennifer Morrison‘s Emma Swan song is nigh.
TVLine has confirmed that Morrison will not be returning to Once Upon a Time as a series regular for Season 7, in the event the fantasy series is renewed by ABC. Morrison broke the news of her exit early Monday on Instagram (see below), while also noting that she has agreed to return for one Season 7 episode (in the event the show is renewed).
The development comes just days before Once airs its two-hour Season 6 finale, on Sunday, May 14 at 8/7c.
Morrison had been one of four original cast members invited to renew their expiring contract, »
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Many a Disney fairy tale has been punctuated by memorable tunes, but ABC’s Once Upon a Time has never added music to its mix. That is, not until next Sunday, May 7, when Season 6’s antepenultimate hour, “The Song in Your Heart,” is cued up.
From Jazzed To… Jazz Hands? | Since Day 1, nary a Once fan event has gone by where the cast and or creators have not been asked about the possibility of a musical episode. »
Once Upon a Time's season six finale is quickly approaching, and we're getting more anxious each week. Now that the Black Fairy is loose from her realm, it only a matter of time before she wreaks havoc on Storybrooke and all of our beloved heroes. Even though there are a lot of unresolved issues - including the fate of Captain Hook and Emma's romance - the most important issue seems to be the fate of the show itself, since it has yet to be renewed for another season. Could this be the end of Ouat as we know it? Keep reading for all the details we have about the season six (and possible series) finale. The Title Was Foreshadowed in the Pilot When creator Adam Horowitz announced that the title of the finale would be "The Final Battle Part 1" and "The Final Battle Part 2," fans appropriately freaked out on Twitter. »
- Kelsie Gibson
Fans might think they know everything that is going to happen in Once Upon a Time season 6, or can at least predict it. After all, the season did open with a huge "spoiler" with Emma seeing a vision of her own death. According to series creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis there are a lot of surprises awaiting us in the second half of Once Upon a Time season 6.
“American Crime” will return March 12, with its ensemble cast of Felicity Huffman, Regina King, Timothy Hutton, Lili Taylor, Connor Jessup, Richard Cabral and Benito Martinez. This season’s storyline focuses on the plight of undocumented workers.
“American Crime” is created and executive produced by Oscar-winner John Ridley (“12 Years a Slave”). Michael J. McDonald also serves as executive producer. “American Crime” is produced by ABC Studios.
“Once Upon a Time” will return March 5, followed by the two-hour premiere of “Time After Time.” Executive produced by Kevin Williamson, “Time After Time” tells the story of famed science fiction writer H.G. Wells, who is transported to modern day Manhattan in pursuit of Jack the Ripper. Once Wells arrives in New York, he finds a world he never thought possible and »
- Debra Birnbaum
“Tinker Bell was integral to Regina discovering her destiny with Robin Hood, so it only stands to reason that with Sean Maguire’s return to the show, our favorite fairy would pop back in for a visit,” Once creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis tell TVLine. “We’re thrilled that Rose McIver »
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