Once Upon a Time’s best villains operate in shades of gray. This week, one of the good guys vere to the dark side. In "The Queen is Dead," Snow White’s endless benevolence finally ran out. The result? She vows to kill one of the series biggest baddies.
Sunday, Once Upon a Time returned in a big way -- a giant way to be exact. An old friend (and sometimes foe) from Fairytale Land came to Storybrooke, as one of the show's most important characters skipped town.
Once Upon a Time shook things up this week with the addition of an outsider, played by Ethan Embry. The battle lines between good and evil blurred even more as everyone in town struggled to deal with the consequences of last week's major twists.
Once Upon a Time's great at strengthening connections between characters from unrelated fairy tales. In that way, this week's episode "The Outsider"was one of the best in a while. Unfortunately, the goings on in Storybrooke left something to be desired.
After an epic winter finale, Once Upon a Time returned with an episode fully focused on Storybrooke (sort of). Our heroic royal family is reunited, but being home doesn't mean being safe. Some of Fairytale Land's fiendish baddies have crossed over and they have revenge on the brain.
For its winter finale, Once Upon a Time pulled out all the stops with magic and mystery. It answered season-long questions and set up an explosive second act. Everybody's back in Storybrooke!
The last episode Once Upon a Time was a major filler with plot-stopping points about Red Riding Hood's past. This week, the gears were set back in motion as Henry and Aurora's dream world was explored and explained.
This week, Once Upon a Time embraced its inner Twilight with a touch of Underworld. The episode delved into the werewolfy subculture of Fairy tale Land. Last year's reveal about Red Riding Hood was one of the season's best and "Child of the Moon" takes that story even further.
After a season of mystery, Once Upon a Time gave Emma (and her yellow bug) their day in the sun. "Tallahassee" took us 11 years into the past to reveal Emma and Henry's origin story.
Once Upon a Time continues its trend of re-appropriating non-fairytale characters with "The Doctor." The mysterious Dr. Whale has been the subject of much debate, and this week his backstory was revealed. He's a famous physician, but not one you'll find anywhere in your Grimm volume.
Once Upon a Time went back to the basics with "The Crocodile," which puts Rumpelstiltskin at the center of another tale. This time, the series took on the story of Captain Hook. We'll give you one guess as to how Rumple plays into this one.
In the season opener, Once Upon a Time teased us with a great twist: Emma and Snow were sent to Fairytale Land. This week, they followed it up with "Lady of the Lake." The episode was all about the unfortunate happenings in Snow's hometown since her abrupt departure.
Last week, Once Upon a Time came back with a bang. The events from the premiere left the Once world completely changed. Unsurprisingly (but a little disappointingly), this forced a lot of clean-up in the follow-up episode, "We Are Both." The confusion in Storybrooke bogs the story down, but flashbacks to Regina's past is its saving grace.
After one of the most daring finales we've ever seen, Once Upon a Time has returned. It picks up right where it left off - with the curse lifted, magic back and hell breaking loose in both lands. "Broken" also introduces a new twist: A few characters are still left in Fairytale Land and, oh yeah, one of them is Mulan.
This week it feels like you can recreate the pleasure and pain of going to the movies in early May at a giant megaplex. Many of this week’s releases came out in April or (in one case) May. But if it’s not movies that interest you, there’s also a ton of television hitting. Let’s see, shall we?
The big news out of Comic-Con's Ballroom 20 this morning came at the very end of a lively panel for ABC's hit show Once Upon A Time: Captain Hook is coming to the show for season two. All morning co-creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz teased major events for the upcoming season. The question of Henry's parentage loomed large, as well as...
It's been a long time coming, but the moment has arrived. Once Upon a Time's resident heroine Emma, has finally accepted the truth. Sure, it took Henry falling into a magic-induced coma, but it worked. Storybrooke's savior tackled her fate in the season finale, "A Land Without Magic." Check out our review...
The season finale of Once Upon a Time is near, but it doesn't look like everyone will get their happily ever after. In last night's episode, "An Apple Red as Blood," Regina's plot to get Emma out of Storybrooke came to ahead and the Fairytale Land flashbacks revealed just how and why Snow bit into that red apple. Check out our review below...
WonderCon 2012 is officially over. ScreenCrave was on hand for all the television panels, which featured exclusive screenings of "Once Upon a Time," "Community" and "The Secret Circle." If you were unable to travel to Anaheim last weekend, allow us to get you up to speed. Here we go...
Sunday afternoon, the creators of ABC's "Once Upon a Time" visited Anaheim to take part in WonderCon 2012. Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis headlined a panel where they debuted tonight's episode "Heart of Darkness" hours before its premiere. The pair also gave attendees an inside scoop on the spring finale and revealed one character's big...