An extra hour for the Nov. 16 episode
Once Upon a Time is getting an extra episode this season thanks to a supersized effort airing during November sweep.
Co-creator/executive producer Adam Horowitzannounced on Thursday via his Twitter account that episode eight, titled “Smash the Mirror,” will expand to two hours, starting an hour earlier at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Sunday, Nov. 16.
Excited to tell ya ep 408 on 11/16 of #OnceUponATime is being expanded to TWO hours. Set to air an hour earlier from 7/6c til 9/8c on ABC
— Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) October 23, 2014
That means Once’s fourth season will run 23 episodes instead of the usual 22, though it will still air in two 11-episode runs. Horowitz reassured that the extra hour will not be a special or a recap episode.
Once Upon a Time airs 8 p.m. Sundays on ABC.
10. Snow Queen (Once Upon a Time)
Is it getting chilly in here? Royals with the power to produce ice don’t always sing hit Idina Menzel songs. The Snow Queen (Elizabeth Mitchell) first stepped her frosty heels into Storybrooke in season 4 of the ABC fairytale drama, but she’s already made a lasting impression. Using her powers to freeze to turn the town against her niece Elsa (Georgina Haig), the queen (or her alter-ego Sarah Fisher) has already racked up a list of enemies.
Question: Any Once Upon a Time scoop about ‘Rumbelle’? —Serena
Ausiello: Sunday’s reveal that Rumple is after the Sorcerer’s hat and all the magic it contains certainly doesn’t bode well for the couple’s future. “He definitely loves her and wants to be with her, but the hat existed long before she came along and will probably exist long after she’s gone,” muses Robert Carlyle. “This quest is so massive for him. This addiction is huge. [It] drives Rumplestiltskin more than love.”
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Once Upon a Time – Season 4 > Episode Screencaptures > 4×04 – The Apprentice
Kristoff may be an iceman, but he doesn’t have cold feet.
On Once Upon a Time, Scott Michael Foster plays the Frozen rogue who is engaged to marry Anna (Elizabeth Lail). And even though she decided to embark on a quest the day before the wedding, Kristoff not only encouraged that choice, he also helped her sneak away without telling her sister Elsa, Queen of Arendelle (Georgina Haig), until after the fact.
“I imagine the time you really want to prove yourself is right before a wedding. He has faith in her and wants to show that he can be a good husband,” Foster tells TVGuide.com. “Kristoff and Anna just love each other. He just has complete support for his fiancée.”
That support continues on Sunday’s episode (8/7c, ABC), when Anna finally encounters Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle), whose magical know-how she hopes will help her sister. Rumple has other plans, however, and wants to use Anna to obtain a magical box that the Sorcerer’s apprentice is guarding. It’s a sticky situation, and according to Foster, “You’re going to see Kristoff again prove himself to Anna. He’s going to have to give his own advice along the way about what to do.”
Check out the rest of our interview with Foster below:
This role earns you some cred with a whole new generation. You’re not just Greek’s Cappie anymore.
Scott Michael Foster: Right, I’ve broken into two other groups of people: the Frozen family, which is a large, growing family, and then we have the Once Upon a Time family, which is full of avid fans. I’m learning about that because they have such a strong presence online. They make their appreciation very known.