So Once Upon a Time continued yesterday and screencaptures has been added from episode 7×11, “Secret Garden”, enjoy! And hopefully we get a lot of screen time of Bobby in the last season 🙂
Jared Gilmore to come back in the seventh season!
Another original cast member has booked a return trip to Once Upon a Time before the show’s series finale.
Jared Gilmore, who briefly appeared in the rebooted seventh season’s premiere, is slated to return in episode 20 as young Henry Mills, executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis told press following a screening of Friday’s midseason return.
“We’re very excited to have Jared back,” Horowitz says. “He is, in a lot of ways, the heart and soul of this show. He grew up literally on the show, so it’s really wonderful to see him back.”
The hour, which centers around Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Henry, flashes back to the time before Henry left Storybrooke, paving the way for Gilmore to once again take up the mantle of young Henry, who has been portrayed as an adult by Andrew J. West this season. “At the opening of the year, when we saw him get on the motorcycle, it was like a different Jared,” Kitsis notes. “We’re going to show an episode with him before that in Storybrooke with Regina.”
“We think it’s a really sweet, emotional mother-son story, ” Horowitz adds.
That does indeed mean the show will be returning to its roots, even temporarily. “I would be depressed if I had to go the whole year without seeing Storybrooke again,” Kitsis says. “So yes, we are going to see Storybrooke again.”
Whether that means we’ll see other original cast members remains to be seen. “Once is home to everyone, so there’s an open invitation to every actor who has been on the show to come back in the finale,” Kitsis says. “We’ll see who’s available. But throughout the year, we’re going to see some familiar faces as well.”
More on the set photos from season 7 with Robert, and tomorrow episode 7×11 – “Secret Garden” will finally air after the season hiatus! Thanks to the great Way2Distracted for letting us use the photos 🙂
Many of us have been waiting for a long time for the last episodes of season 7 and the show itself. Be sure to keep March 2nd in your calendar free!
ABC’s final season of Once Upon a Time finally returns after a nearly three-month break with season seven episode 11. The second half of the season kicks off on Friday, March 2, 2018 at 8pm ET/PT with episode 11 titled “Secret Garden” directed by Mick Garris from a script by series creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.
Season seven stars Lana Parrilla as Regina/Roni, Robert Carlyle as Rumpelstiltskin/Weaver, Colin O’Donoghue as Hook/Rogers, Andrew J. West as Henry Mills, Gabrielle Anwar as Lady Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey, Dania Ramirez as Cinderella/Jacinda, Alison Fernandez as Lucy, Mekia Cox as Sabine/Tiana, and Adelaide Kane as Drizella/Ivy. The guest cast includes Emma Booth as The Witch/Gothel/Eloise Gardener, Rebecca Mader as Zelena/Kelly, Nathan Parsons as Nick Branson, Yael Yurman as Anastasia, Tiera Skovbye as Robin, Nisreen Slim as Doctor Sage, and Suzy Joachim as Madame Leota.
The “Secret Garden” Plot: Eager to harness her burgeoning magical skills, Robin engages in a risky relationship with Mother Gothel. Meanwhile in Hyperion Heights, Roni and Kelly strike a deal with Eloise, desperate to save Lucy from her mysterious illness. But nothing comes without a price. As things finally come to a head between Victoria and Ivy, someone may have to pay with their life.
Some sad news for all Once Upon a Time fans – the 7th season will be the last. Variety posted an article which confirms the end of the show and below you can read an interview with the creators.
We got several seasons with Mr. Gold and Rumpelstilskin and it has been running for 8 years and we are grateful for all the screen time with Robert 😀
But now we are excited about what new projects the future has to offer Robert!
The magic is over for “Once Upon a Time.”
The ABC series, which is currently in its seventh season, will end its (fairy tale) storied run with the current season, Variety has learned.
Although ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey said she was “cautiously optimistic” about bringing the show back for an eighth season, when asked about the show’s fate at the Television Critics Assn. press tour last month, the network ultimately decided to pull the plug on the franchise. The show returns for the second half of its final season on March 2, and the finale will air in May, after well over 150 episodes.
“When we first heard Adam and Eddy’s pitch for ‘Once Upon a Time,’ we knew it was something incredibly special. For seven years, they have captivated us with their creativity and passion while reimagining some of our most beloved Disney fairytales, creating an undeniable global hit,” said Dungey in a statement. “Saying goodbye will be bittersweet, but ‘Once Upon a Time’ will forever be part of the ABC legacy, and we can’t wait for fans to join us in this epic final chapter.”