Once Upon a Time‘s rebooted seventh season could be the show’s last… at least, that’s what one actor claims.
Jamie Chung, who has recurred in the past as Disney’s Mulan, appeared to let slip that showrunners Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz are planning the end of the series.
“I actually just ran into one of the creators the other night,” she told HuffPost during a Build Series interview.
“They’ve gone seven years, that’s a long time. But there are a couple of cast members coming back for the final, final season. They keep calling it the final season, but it’s just going to keep on going.”
Okay, let’s try to dissect that.
On one hand, Chung said “final, final season”.
On the other, she did add “it’s just going to keep on going”.
Anyway, Chung was also asked if she was going to be returning as Mulan in season seven. She replied that she had no idea at this stage.
“I don’t know, we’ll see,” she said.
Out of the door for season seven are Emma, Snow, Charming, young Henry, Belle, and Zelena – and in come adult Henry (Andrew J West) and his daughter Lucy (Alison Fernandez), as seen in brief flashforwards during the season six finale.
ABC has released snippets about how the show will work with only Regina, Mr Gold, and Hook as returning regular characters – and it sounds like there will be new characters, a new curse, and perhaps new identities…
Once Upon a Time airs on ABC in the US. It is available on Netflix in the UK.
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