Cast of Once Upon a Time: Everything We Know So Far About This Fantasy Tv Series?
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Once Upon a Time is an American fantasy adventure drama television series which was released for seven seasons on ABC from 23rd October,2011 to 18th May, 2018. In this article we are going to tell you about the cast of Once Upon a Time. So keep scrolling down and get to know more about them.
This action alternates between two main settings which are a fantastical world where fairy tales happens and a fictional world where seaside town in Maine called Storybrooke.
The real world part of the plot unfolds with the characters from Emma Swan and her 10 years old son Henry Mills.
Once Upon a Time is made by Lost and Tron: Legacy writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. The main themes of the series are hope and optimism. Horowiz told the Hollywood reporter that – they had a conscious purpose to do the show. Cast of Once Upon a Time is something that you should know.
This spin off series Once Upon a Time consists of 13 episodes which feature a little character of the 1865 novel Alice’s adventures in wonderland by Lewis Carroll and it was premiered on 10th October 2013 and concluded on 3rd April 2014. Cast of Once Upon a Time consists of Manifest star Josh Dallas so it would be great to see him in another great character.
What is the Cast of Once Upon a Time?
Check out the list of cast of Once Upon a Time along with their characters below –
- Ginnifer Goodwinas Snow White / Mary Margaret Blanchard (seasons 1–6; guest season 7)
- Jennifer Morrisonas Emma Swan (seasons 1–6; guest season 7)
- Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen / Regina Mills / Roni
- Josh Dallas as Prince Charming / David Nolan (seasons 1–6; guest season 7)
- Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills (seasons 1–6; recurring season 7)
- Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin / Gold/ Weaver
- Raphael Sbarge as Jiminy Cricket / Dr. Archibald Hopper (season 1; recurring seasons 2–3 and 6; guest seasons 4 and 7)
- Jamie Dornan as the Huntsman / Sheriff Graham Humbert (season 1; guest season 2)
- Eion Bailey as Pinocchio / August Wayne Booth (season 1; recurring seasons 2, 4 and 6)
- Emilie de Ravin as Belle French (seasons 2–6; recurring season 1; guest season 7)
- Meghan Ory as Red Riding Hood / Ruby (season 2; recurring seasons 1, 3 and 5)
- Colin O’Donoghue as Killian Jones / Captain Hook / Rogers (season 2–7)
- Michael Raymond-James as Baelfire / Neal Cassidy (season 3; recurring season 2; guest season 5)
- Michael Socha as Will Scarlet / Knave of Hearts / White King (season 4)
- Rebecca Mader as Zelena / the Wicked Witch of the West / Kelly West (seasons 5–6; recurring season 3–4 and 7)
- Sean Maguire as Robin Hood (season 5; recurring seasons 3–4 and 6; guest season 7)
- Andrew J. West as adult Henry Mills (season 7; guest season 6)
- Dania Ramirez as Cinderella / Jacinda Vidrio (season 7)
- Gabrielle Anwar as Rapunzel / Lady Tremaine / Victoria Belfrey (season 7)
- Alison Fernandez as Lucy (season 7; guest season 6)
- Mekia Cox as Tiana / Sabine (season 7)
What is the Plotline of Once Upon a Time?
For the initial six seasons the series is set in the fictional seaside town of Storybrooke, Maine in which the residents are actually fairy tale characters which were transported to the real world town and robbed of their memories by Regina, the evil queen who used a powerful dark curse which she has obtained from Rumplestiltskin.
Watch out the trailer of Once Upon a Time in given below video. By watching this video you will get an idea regarding the show and so it will become easy for you to decide whether to watch this show or not.
What Are the Reviews for Once Upon a Time?
The first season of the show, mainly received a positive reviews.
Common sense media gave the rating of 4 out of 5 stars to the show and states that –
“Parents need to know that although Once Upon a Time is inspired by classic fairy tales such as Snow White, Pinocchio, and revivals of popular stories such as Mulan, Brave, and Frozen, it’s not always age-appropriate for younger kids. The content is often violent — including murder, sword fights, and death threats — and much of the story is clouded in a sense of peril and shifting loyalties. There’s some implied sexual content (including shirtless men, women buttoning up their blouses, and lovers escaping out of windows), some innuendo, and some iffy language (“hell,” “ass,” “suck”). The upside? It has multi-generational appeal, but parents may want to preview before sharing with tweens”
Genie Leslie at Feministing commented that Emma was a “badass”, that she liked how Emma was “very adamant that women be able to make their own decisions about their lives and their children”, and how Emma was a “well-rounded” character who was “feminine, but not ‘girly'”.
Natalie Wilson from Ms. praised the show for a strong, “kick-butt” female lead, for including multiple strong women who take turns doing the saving with the men, for subverting the fetishization of true love, and for dealing with the idea of what makes a mother in a more nuanced fashion.
Wilson went on to state of the lead: “Her pursuit of a ‘happy ending’ is not about finding a man or going to a ball all gussied up, but about detective work, about building a relationship with her son Henry, and about seeking the ‘truth’ as to why time stands still in the corrupt Storybrooke world.”