‘Once Upon A Time' Season 6 Finale: Final Battle To Happen In Storybrooke; Will There Be No Happy Ending?

The epic saga in Storybrooke is about to end as the executive producer of the show, Adam Horowitz provided some insights on the season finale of “Once Upon A Time”. Also, there are various reports that multiple characters will likely meet their end.

There Is No Happy Ending

There might be no happy ending for “Once Upon a time”. The legion of fans surely have read the most recent speculations about the show with regarding the main cast of the show. Apparently, Ginnifer Goodwin who plays the character of Snow White might get killed in the final battle. Goodwin will not be the only character who is currently in jeopardy. According to a recent thread in reddit, Josh Dallas, who plays Prince Charming, will be devastated with the death of Snow White. This will be the very reason of his death in the last episode of Season 6.

Possible Death For The Main Characters

Snow White and Prince Charming are not the only characters who are involved in the Final Battle. Names such as Emma Swan, Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio and the returning Robin Hood will be caught in the crossfire. As of the moment, these are just pure speculations, as Adam Horowitz is still tight-lipped about it. The battle is the only sure thing to happen in the show. WIth that said, whether the fans like it or not, some characters will die.

TVLine also chimed in with the reports about the major characters who will not return in Season 7. There are at least 4-5 cast members who haven't renewed their contracts yet. One of them is the TV series veteran Robert Carlyle, who plays the role of Rumplestiltskin. Also, the president of the TV Network ABC informed its viewers that if the show will have a season 7, fans might likely see a reboot. There are no confirmations yet from the producers and directors on what the reboot is all about but some hint the possible introduction of new characters to the show.

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