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Josh Dallas stars in one of the most plot-driven, complex shows on TV, "Once Upon A Time." The fairytale star stopped by
"We are so thrilled to announce our engagement and can't wait to celebrate with our friends and family, including our second
This week's "Once Upon a Time" tackled the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk in a typically unique fashion -- not only painting Jack as the villain of the piece, but also making the character a woman.
As you mentioned, he's been focused on the idea of returning to Fairytale Land ever since Mary Margaret got back, whereas
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Fans already know that relationships are at the heart of "Once Upon a Time," from the epic love story of Snow White and Prince
A look back at the memorable relationships on ABC's "Once Upon a Time," from family reunions to the power of true love.
After the decidedly filler-y "Child of the Moon," it was good to see "Once Upon a Time" getting back to the meat of the mythology with the action-packed "Into the Deep."
When asked about Hook's chemistry with Emma, Jennifer Morrison admitted that the pair are somewhat "kindred spirits," even
Not much was resolved or advanced in this week's Ruby-centric outing, but it was clearly pushing things into place for next week's dramatic-looking installment.
Red has kind of been Charming's right-hand woman in Storybrooke since the curse broke. Will that continue? You're definitely
This week's "Once Upon a Time" certainly fit in with the rest of ABC's Halloween fare, with an abundance of lightning and shambling monsters and creepy heart stealing -- but the end result left me a little cold.
Good ideas and the exceptional casting of Colin O'Donoghue as Captain Hook were all that saved this episode, which seemed sadly weighed down with clunky dialogue and the kind of wooden acting that makes Pinocchio look like a real boy by comparison.
"Once Upon A Time" airs Sun., Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. In the first clip, we see Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) having
This week's episode was fairly ambitious in scope, attempting to tell stories in Fairytale Land both past and present, as well as chronicling Henry and Charming's Project Scorpion in Storybrooke.
The clip reveals another danger, too: Even though the curse is now broken and the fairytale characters have regained their
"Broken" was a gripping and competently plotted hour -- none of the scenes felt extraneous and although there was undoubtedly a lot of plot and set-up to get through in 42 minutes, the narrative certainly felt more liberated without the curse.
But until you can feast your eyes on the episode yourself, read on for Morrison's perspective on Emma's reunion with her
Eddie Kitsis played it coy when asked if "True Blood" star Kristin Bauer as Malificent was really dead. "Well, we didn't