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.
On this week's Pretty Little Liars, an old member of the “A” Team returns to try and arrange a secret meeting between Alison (Sasha Pieterse) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) — Ali’s “favorite.” Spencer (Troian Bellisario) is suspicious because this is a former “A” loyalist (also, Alison seemed to hate them all equally).
Meanwhile, Aria (Lucy Hale) and Hanna (Ashley Benson) are both dealing with relationship drama, and all four girls still need to find Ali before “A” does.
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Revenge fans will have to wait until March to watch the next episode of the show. Fortunately Barry Sloane, who plays Aiden, shared some scoop on his character’s tortured romance with Emily (Emily VanCamp), his almost-bromance with Jack (Nick Wechsler) and Nolan (Gabriel Mann) and whether the primetime soap will get steamier when it moves to 10 pm EST.
Daytime Confidential: Emily gave Aiden the heave ho. Do you think she really loves him deep down, or does she love revenge more than she could ever love a man?
Barry Sloane: I think she went through quite a trauma finding out that she couldn’t have children and what you’re going to see in the next episodes is something’s not quite right and that’s all I can say. The break-up came out of the blue and that’s how Aiden took it, I don’t understand where this is coming from, and the next few episodes shed some light on that.
Rayna (Connie Britton) and Deacon (Charles Esten) are back in the same orbit this week on Nashville. The exes get closer after he agrees to help her write a new hit song.
Scarlett (Clare Bowen) and Gunnar’s (Sam Palladio) stars look like they’re on the rise when they get to work with guest stars Zac Brown Band and Rascal Flatts. Meanwhile, both Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) and her career are heading down the drain, after news of her scandalous affair breaks.
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The TV movie version of V.C. Andrews' 1979 novel, Flowers in the Attic, saw 6.1 million viewers tune in to Lifetime. Additionally, it drew about 2.4 million in the always key 18-49 demographic for its initial Saturday at 8 pm premiere. According to Lifetime, it was the channel’s most-watched original film since November 2012. READ MORE