Colin O'Donoghue and Jennifer Morrison speak on stage during "Once Upon A Time" press junket on Day One of aTVfest 2017 presented by SCAD on February 2, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The exodus also includes Emilie de Ravin (Belle), Rebecca Mader (The Wicked Witch Of The West) and Jennifer Morrison who played Snow and Charming's daughter Emma Swan who will also leave at the end of the sixth season on Sunday. Deadline reports several more core cast members are leaving the ABC TV show, including Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, and Jared S. Gilmore.
That only leaves three current series regular who will return for season 7: Lana Parrilla as Regina, Colin O'Donoghue as Hook and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin.
In a previous interview with EW, the Executive Producer Kitsis teased the end of a few stories and an introduction to the new chapter for Season 7 in "Once Upon a Time" (OUAT) Season 6 finale. She made the character soar to incredible heights while always keeping her grounded and relatable. Never have we had the privilege of working with a more talented group of collaborators. Giving the characters closure but what does this mean for the show?
And Jared literally grew up before the eyes of millions, from a child actor with enormous innate talent to a young man whose abilities continue to astound as he created a character who truly, as we say on the show, has the heart of the truest believer. Without them there would be no Once Upon a Time. The fantastic show has just been officially renewed for a season 7.
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As Once continues, this group will always be the beating heart of the show.
Meanwhile, "Once Upon a Time" (OUAT) Season 6 finale features the introduction of two new characters played by Andrew J. West (The Walking Dead) and Alison Fernandez (Jane the Virgin). However, the show's creators are optimistic that this won't the last time fans see any of these departing actors on the show.
This most likely means that none of them will die in the season finale- this mainly refers to Rumple, whose impending death was kind of hinted at once it was revealed he used to be a Savior. Perhaps the other exiting actors will make appearances as well as they are all leaving on good terms. ABC, Eddy Kitsis, and Adam Horowitz very generously invited me to continue as a series regular. The creativity of the show runners has always inspired me, and I can not wait to see the ways that they continue to develop and reinvent the show.
Even so, both seemed hopeful it's not the last we'd see of Snow and Charming.
Once Upon a Time will be going through some majors shifts after Sunday's two-part season finale, but we already have an idea where things will be heading in the next season.
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