Once Upon A Time

Episode Date: October 6, 2017

Episode Title: Hyperion Heights, 7×1

Everything We Know

*Warning Contains Spoilers*


First Look

In Season 7’s third episode, “The Garden of Forking Paths,” Cox first appears as the Princess and the Frog heroine, but the circumstances under which she makes the acquaintance of Henry Mills (played by Andrew J. West), the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) and Captain Hook (Colon O’Donoghue) could probably be better.

The mystery behind why Regina’s new name was being kept under wraps has been solved: It’s the name of her bar! And EW can exclusively reveal that Regina’s cursed persona name is Roni.

“It’s the new Granny’s — with alcohol and cassettes,” executive producer Edward Kitsis tells EW of Roni’s.

The Once Upon a Time bosses tell EW it’s likely that Regina — erm, Roni — will get a new love interest this season, though it’s not necessarily the main focus of her story line. “It is something that we’re actively wanting to do, but right now some other things are going to take center stage before we get to it,” Kitsis says. “When the season starts, Henry is going to need help, so obviously she’s going to go help her son. Then, in Seattle what you’ll realize is she runs the bar, and she realizes that it’s up to her to stand up to the bully, who is Lady Tremaine [Gabrielle Anwar].”


Emma Swan

We know that Emma will be returning, and here is out first look at her:


Promo Photos/First Look

Character Profiles

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Read the character profiles on EW.  The article gives a synopsis for all the new faces.


We know that Henry is the “center” of the new curse, with a child and everything.  But now we know what he’ll be during in the curse world.

He’s an Uber driver. Yes, seriously. Well, it’s not called Uber in the cursed Seattle neighborhood of Hyperion Heights, it’s called Swyft, but it’s basically the same thing.

“Henry had the heart of the truest believer and when we meet him he no longer believes, and it’s up to his daughter — who he doesn’t even realize is his daughter — to help him find his belief again,” executive producer Edward Kitsis tells EW. “He is an Uber driver. He wrote one book called Once Upon a Time that we’ll realize has all the stories from the first six seasons, but it did not do well, no one bought it, and he’s a guy that’s kind of down on his luck looking for his place in the world.”





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Once Upon A Time airs Friday on ABC at X|X C

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