Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O’Donoghue, Jared S. Gilmore, Meghan Ory, and Robert Carlyle.
How can you solve a problem like Tamara…and Greg?
Think Peter Pan…but…evil?
Regina could have been good! What else is new?
Is true love stronger than amnesia?
Whatever happened to Pinocchio anyway?
Regina wants to have it all: family, love, and murderous revenge. Is that too much to ask?
What does Cora want?
When does being good start being good enough?
Gold finally reunites with Baelfire.
Who wants to know about the backstory of Tiny, the Giant?…No, didn’t think so.
Has the real world come to Storybrooke?
Can Gold escape Storybrooke?
“Do people ever truly change?” And other existential questions.
Is love weakness?
The conflict between our heroes and Cora heats up in the Enchanted Forest, as Cora unleashes a hoard of reanimated corpses and kidnaps Aurora to secure the compass.
Ruby struggles to control her wolfish nature during the full moon, and a brutal murder sets Storybrooke on edge.
Emma’s past before Storybrooke helps explain her distance with her relationship with Snow.
Rumple and Regina face a bump in the road with her magical training, pushing her towards the scientific clutches of Dr Frankenstein.
Rumple’s complicated backstory continues to unravel, including a fateful encounter with Captain Killian Jones.
In which Emma is uncharacteristically stupid.
As Regina struggles with being a parent, we explore her own relationship with her mother in the Enchanted Forest of the past.
Mr. Gold comes up with a creative way to get revenge on Regina, and new characters Aurora, Phillip and Mulan fight against a wraith in the Enchanted Forest.