After seven years it looks like ABC is closing the book on Once Upon A Time.


When the series returns for the second half of its seventh season, it will be the end of the story according to multiple sources including Deadline and Entertainment Weekly. The series came back this year after most of the original cast exited at the end of the last season causing a creative and casting revamp of the series about a town filled with fairy tale heroes and villains. Although ABC President Channing Dungey was “cautiously optimistic” about the show getting an eighth season, but it looks like that’s not going to happen.

Series creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz released a statement about the series saying;

“Seven years ago, we set out to create a show about hope, where even in the darkest of times, a happy ending would always be possible,” they said “But we never imagined the happy ending that was actually in store for all of us — years and years of adventure, romance, magic and hope. We’re so grateful to our brilliant collaborators – the cast, crew, and writers — as well as our partners at the studio and network for making this journey possible. But most of all, we want to thank the fans. Their fierce loyalty and devotion was the real magic behind Once Upon A Time. We hope they join us for these last few hours as we journey to the Enchanted Forrest for one more adventure.”


Once Upon A Time stars Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle, Colin O’Donoghue, Andrew J. West, Gabrielle Anwar, Dania Ramirez, Alison Fernandez and Mekia Cox.


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