OUAT Showrunners Tease Second Part of Season

The first half of Season 3 of ABC's Once Upon A Time ended with several shockers. Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Henry (Jared S. Gilmore) were living in the real world with their memories of Storybrooke erased, Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) exploded into a cloud of smoke and a familiar green wicked witch loomed in the shadows.

With the second half of the season set to premiere on March 9, the series' executive producers, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, dropped some early scoop on the upcoming episodes with The Hollywood Reporter. Here's a snippet:

Is it fair to say that the second half is lighter in tone?

Horowitz: It has a mixture of tones that we do on the show: darkness and lightness and adventure and all that. But I would say there is a sense of delicious fun that the Wicked Witch brings. It is a different tone than the fall. We felt Peter Pan was a very psychological villain and very Machiavellian. The Wicked Witch operates from a place of delicious wickedness.
Kitsis: It's Wicked versus Evil, that's what the second half's about. We'll see what wins. Always bet on crazy.


TVGN to Air The Tomorrow People, The Originals and Reign Marathons

TVGN, the cable channel where you can find episodes of The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful, is planning marathons of The CW's new fall series The Tomorrow People, The Originals and Reign.

The Tomorrow People marathon will air on January 4, while The Originals and Reign marathons will air on January 11 and 18 respectively.

“The CW is thrilled to team up with TVGN to give viewers the opportunity to catch up on our three new hit series, ‘The Originals,’ ‘The Tomorrow People’ and ‘Reign,’” said Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. “Now a whole new audience has the chance to experience these exciting dramas from the very beginning while fans of the series can see all the twists and turns they might have missed so far so everyone can be up to speed on all the action when these shows return with original episodes later this month on The CW.”

The Vampire Diaries Gets a Gay Character

The Vampire Diaries' spinoff The Originals introduced a gay character in its first season. Now it looks like the parent soap will finally be getting a gay character too. According to E!, TVD will introduce a gay character named Luke during the second half of the season.
Shania: TVD me right now!

A new hottie is enrolling at Whitmore after winter break! And he'll be spending time with Caroline! Except he's so not into her in that way as Luke, handsome and sarcastic, is gay. And also happens to have a sister on campus, one that he will do (or sacrifice) anything to protect.


Let the Once Upon a Time and OUAT in Wonderland Crossovers Begin! (PHOTOS)

We all knew it was only a matter of time before the crossovers between Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland began and it looks like we'll get one very soon. It turns out 'Wonderland's' Knave of Hearts (Michael Socha) has a past connection to OUAT's Robin Hood (Sean Maguire). 

On the October 24 episode it is revealed The Knave, aka Will Scarlet, was one of Robin Hood's Merry Men and schemed to steal gold from Maleficent's castle. However, he also used a five finger discount on an enchanted looking glass and the decision came with a hefty price.  Check out photos from Once Upon a Time in Wonderland's "Forget Me Not" after the jump!

Netflix Orders Second Season of Hemlock Grove

The Netflix original series Hemlock Grove has been renewed for a second season.  Based on the supernatural teen novel of the same name by Brian McGreevy, it premiered on the movie rental site last April.
Hemlock Grove focused on the mysterious happenings of a small Pennsylvania town, which included vampires, werewolves, Frankenstein’s monster-like creatures, and lots of grisly murders. 

The second season will have a new showrunner in Charles Eglee (The Walking Dead).  It will continue to be executive produced by horror-helmer Eli Roth (Hostel).