Generally when it comes to “Once Upon a Time,” there are a couple of archetypes that most questions tend to come from: who from the show’s past could be returning this season, and who from the world of fairy tales could somehow surface on the show.
Well, we now have some assorted answers coming in via new interview showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis gave to TV Guide, and it gives us insight into a few key details that could make loyal viewers either reasonably excited or moderately disappointed depending on their point of view (which includes their given love for some characters more than others).
1. We are going to be seeing more of Prince Phillip this season, which is welcome news given that there were probably many out there who were concerned about this. Julian Morris has another gig on “Pretty Little Liars,” though, and given how much of Wren we see on that show could determine his participation here.
2. The producers would also love to get Eion Bailey back as August at least one more time, but there is no word yet on if that will happen (which is a shame, since we still have no idea if the guy is alive or not in the present day).
3. We will sadly not be meeting Peter Pan this season, and the same goes for Alice.
4. We are for sure going to be seeing Michael Raymond-James’ character of Neal Cassady appear in Storybrooke at some point before the season is over, and it might be assisted thanks to the newfound ability of characters to both enter and exit the town.
If you want to see some more great things to come this season on “Once Upon a Time,” you don’t have to look any further than watching the promo that is up over here.