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(Spoiler alert: Do not keep reading if you did not see this week’s episode of “Once Upon a Time”) Fans of ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” are going into mourning after one of their favorite characters was killed off in this week’s episode. Robin Hood (Sean Maguire) gave his life to defend Regina (Lana Parilla) in the episode, and loyal viewers aren’t happy. One fan simply tweeted “I’m done” after watching the heartbreaking episode, while another said, “How can they do this to me?” Read some more fan reactions below. Also Read: 'Once Upon a »
- Joe Otterson
"Once Upon a Time" fans are known for being passionate, but not known for agreeing on what they're passionate about. Many of those fans came out (no pun intended) last night after "Ruby Slippers" to weigh in on the big Lgbt reveal.
Showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis had previously teased that Season 5 would feature the first Lgbt couple, and that naturally led to speculation that Mulan (Jamie Chung) would be involved, since she had been in love with Aurora. Mulan was in the episode, but the relationship turned out to be between Ruby/Red (Meghan Ory) and Dorothy Gale (Teri Reeves), and Ruby even saved Dorothy with true love's kiss.
Ruby & Dorothy True Love Kiss #RubySlippers #OnceUponATime pic.twitter.com/uE32PzQCS9
— Once Upon a Time (@OncersNet) April 18, 2016
The showrunners commented on the reveal after the episode, telling Entertainment Weekly, "True love's kiss has been a staple of this show since the beginning. »
- Gina Carbone
When "Once Upon a Time"’s 100th episode airs on March 6, things will be very different, yet eerily similar. As co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis teased to The Hollywood Reporter earlier this season, the Underworld is a twisted version of Storybrooke, filled with dearly (and not-so-dearly) departed characters from the show’s five seasons. According to the fairytale drama’s core cast — Ginnifer Goodwin (Mary Margaret/Snow White), Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), Josh Dallas (David/Prince Charming), and Lana Parrilla (Regina/The Evil Queen) — there are going to be many ghosts from the past with “unfinished business” sending everyone
- Alyse Whitney
ABC is expected to announce additional early renewals today for more of its returning shows.
“Once Upon a Time” has seen a steep ratings decline in its current fifth season, but the show is an important property for the Disney/ABC family and has a highly devoted fan-base, dubbed “Oncers” on social media.
Averaging around 5 million viewers in season five, the fantasy drama dipped to a series low of just under 4.4 million viewers for a recent episode. Season four averaged 9.2 million viewers; season three had 9.6 million; season two had nearly 11 million; and the debut season had nearly 12.5 million.
Despite the ratings decline, the intense social-media engagement surely did not go unnoticed with this early renewal, and the news of the season-six pickup will likely »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Both Mitchell and Lail play camp counselors in the summer camp-themed horror anthology project. On “Once Upon a Time,” Mitchell played the Snow Queen throughout season four, and Lail played Anna in the ABC show’s “Frozen” storyline.
Created by “Once Upon a Time” creators Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis and writer Ian Goldberg, “Dead of Summer” is set in the late ’80s at Camp Clearwater, a seemingly idyllic Midwestern summer camp known for first loves, first kisses — and first kills. Throughout the first season, Clearwater’s dark, ancient mythology awakens and what was supposed to be a summer of fun turns into one of unforgettable scares and evil at every turn.
Mitchell will play Deb, the new owner of Camp Clearwater. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Only on TV will you find somebody excited about going to hell. But that's TV—specifically Once Upon a Time's Lana Parrilla—for you! "We're taking everyone to the underworld. So, we're basically entering hell, which is really exciting because there are a lot of characters who have died on the show that are going to make an appearance in the second half of the season," Parrilla, the (maybe not so) Evil Queen Regina on Ouat, told E! News' Sibley Scoles at Elle's Women In Television Celebration presented by Hearts on Fire Diamonds and Olay. Parrilla promised a lot of familiar faces are coming back, which we've heard about. Returning players this season include Barbara »
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