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Re: Once Upon A Time

PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2016 7:04 pm
by Rayne
7Flix cuts down Once Upon A Time

There’s both good and bad news for fans of Once Upon a Time.

After giving fans two episodes per week 7 Flix has removed Once Upon A Time from Tuesday nights. However, there is still good news with 7 still airing the latest season from the US on Monday nights, where it will continue from season 5 episode 2 .

The Price

In an effort to protect Emma, Regina steps up in a surprising way that will test her mettle as a force for good. King Arthur and Queen Guinevere throw a royal ball to welcome the heroes to Camelot, but when the celebration takes a deadly turn, David and Robin must leap into action or lose a crucial asset in the fight to save Emma. Back in Storybrooke, Hook deploys a tried-and-true technique in hopes of bringing Emma back to the light while the heroes discover that some unexpected baggage has followed them home from Camelot.

7:30 PM Monday June 13 on 7 Flix *cross posted to Programming thread*

Re: Once Upon A Time

PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 7:54 am
by Rayne
Once Upon a Time to End After Season 7

It looks like Once Upon a Time is finally ready to give us its very last happy ending.

Variety reports that Season 7 of ABC's fairytale drama will be its last, with the series finale airing sometime in May.

Season 7 of Once Upon a Time served as a reboot for the show after losing six series regulars including Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Jared Gilmore, Emilie de Ravin and Rebbeca Mader. A new curse, a new town, and a bunch of new characters were added for the reboot, but ultimately it looks like ABC has chosen not to move ahead with more of the new story.

"I think that after seven years and 156 episodes, I think they felt that it was time to bring the show to an end," executive producer Eddy Kitsis told Variety. "We have had a great run. We have had so much fun doing this, and the success of the show was bigger than we even dreamt of. We can't do anything but say awesome."

For all of you worried about whether your faves with get their well-deserved happy endings, never fear. Horowitz and Kitsis have got it covered.

"It's not like this was like a shock," Kitsis says. "We knew this was a distinct possibility from the moment the season started. So it has always sort of been in the back of our minds designing things to wrap up the end of this year if need be. So we're we're prepared and we're well into our end game plan."

"We had two different scenarios for the finale. And so we're going to go with plan B," Horowitz says.

Ultimately, Kitsis is right that it's not much of a surprise that the show is on its way out. Rebooting a show in general tends to hint that something has gone wrong with the original design. We can only be glad that the characters we love will get the endings we've always wanted for them.

Once Upon a Time returns March 2 at 8/7c on ABC. ... e=facebook