Once Upon a Time reveals new details, photos from finale
The two-hour Once Upon a Time finale is upon us — and it’s set to be an emotional rollercoaster.
After Robin Hood’s (Sean Maguire) death, will Regina (Lana Parrilla) go evil again? And why is Henry (Jared Gilmore) going rogue in New York? And who are those new guys coming to Storybrooke? The loglines for the two-hour finale reveal some key details that could provide answers. Read below and then scroll down for some sneak peek photos from the season-ender.
According to ABC: “In the first hour of the special two-hour season finale, Regina reels from the death of Robin Hood, and everyone tries to give her room to grieve, but when the heroes discover Gold has stolen Hades’ Olympian Crystal and tethered all of Storybrooke’s magic to it, they set out to stop him. Henry decides he no longer can stand all the pain that magic has caused his family, so he goes rogue, with Violet in tow, to destroy magic once and for all. Meanwhile, Zelena, Snow, David, and Hook attempt to open a portal that will return Merida and the other Storybrooke guests to their homes, but things go awry, and the group winds up in a deranged new world.
“In the second hour, with the possibility of magic being destroyed and the fate of Storybrooke hanging in the balance, it’s a race for Emma and Regina to track down Henry before Gold can find him first. Regina continues to struggle with her frustrations over her former evil-self and, elsewhere, Snow, David, Hook and Zelena are imprisoned and must contend with very two very disturbed individuals that may give Gold a run for his money.”
Who are those mysterious individuals? Dracula and Renfield? Get the scoop here. Plus: The OUAT bosses drop teasers here and answer your burning questions here. Sean Maguire also breaks his silence on that shocking death here. Follow @NatalieAbrams on Twitter for more OUAT scoop.
The two-hour Once Upon a Time finale kicks off Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on ABC.
Everything you’ve ever read about fairy tales is true—the residents of Storybrooke are living proof.