‘Once Upon A Time’ Is “Hooked” On Colin O’Donoghue

It doesn’t look like  Once Upon A Time ‘s Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) will be walking the plank anytime soon. According to  Entertainment Weekly , O’Donoghue has been bumped up to series regular for the back nine episodes of season two, despite the fact that he’s not scheduled to make his first appearance on the show until Oct. 21. O’Donoghue’s role was initially reoccurring, but he has clearly made quite an impression on the show’s writers and producers . If his Hook is half as charismatic as he looks, then he’ll win over the audience in no time too.  EW  also shared the first official photo of the Captain, and he’s a far cry from the Disney Hook we’re used to. This Hook is downright sexy with his dark and brooding looks. EW reports  that this is a shot of Hook “before certain things happen.” Given that his first episode is entitled “The Crocodile” it’s probably safe to assume it will be a Hook origin story. Read More...

Once Upon a Time Spoiler: Emma Will Have Multiple Love Interests in Season 2

Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) is the new Bachelorette of Storybrooke! Or Fairytale Land. Wherever she ends up on Once Upon a Time Season 2, expect her to get her groove back. The sexy sheriff has had bad luck in love, starting with whoever got her preggers with Henry (Jared Gilmore) and then disappeared. She got very close to Sheriff Graham (Jamie Dornan) but then The Huntsman literally lost his heart. There's been some flirtation with August Booth (Eion Bailey) and maybe some potential with...

Once Upon a Time Season 2 Spoilers: When Is August Coming Back?

It's now October, but we're still pining for August. Where did he go? August Booth (Eion Bailey), aka Pinocchio, was AWOL on the Once Upon a Time Season 2 premiere (Season 2, Episode 1: “Broken”). Granted, there was a lot going on, but where is the guy at this point? Storybrooke’s curse is now broken, but was it too late? Is he now totally petrified wood? Read spoilers at your own risk! For more on Wetpaint Entertainment's philosophy on spoilers, click here.

TV ratings: 'Revenge' beats 'The Good Wife' in adults 18-49 Sunday; '666 Park Avenue' starts modestly

Fast National ratings for Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012"Revenge" opened its second season with ratings very similar to its series premiere last year, beating "The Good Wife" head-to-head among adults 18-49 -- though the CBS show had a few more total viewers -- and helping ABC's new Sunday lineup score pretty solid numbers. "Once Upon a Time" also opened pretty well, although "666 Park Avenue" had a softer start at 10 o'clock.Elsewhere, NBC got more big numbers from "Sunday Night Football" to win the night, and "The Simpsons" had a pretty good premiere for FOX thanks to an NFL lead-in.NBC delivered 16.6 million viewers and a 10.2 rating/16 share in households for the evening, leading second-place FOX (11 million, 6.4/10) by a pretty wide margin. CBS averaged 10.5 million viewers and a 6.8/11 to finish third overall. ABC drew 8.4 million people and a 5.2/8.NBC also led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 6.4 rating. The...

Once Upon a Time Season 2, Episode 2 Preview: New Characters, New Worlds (VIDEO)

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Once Upon a Time Season 2, Episode 2 Promo: First Look at Captain Hook! (VIDEO)

As thrilling as the Once Upon a Time Season 2 premiere (Season 2, Episode 1: “Broken”) was (the opening scene! Rumbelle kissing! The return of magic!), the promo for Season 2, Episode 2: “We Are Both” looks to be filled with juicy Fairytale Land scenes. We see our first glimpse of Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue), and must admit that Colin looks smokin’ hot with guyliner. What do you think of Prince Charming’s (Josh Dallas) new plan to “take...

'Once Upon a Time' 2.02 Preview: Captain Hook and Ogres

In the upcoming episode, Emma and Mary Margaret team up with Mulan and Sleeping Beauty when they encounter ogres.

Once Upon a Time Season 2 Premiere: Who Is the Mystery Man at the Beginning of the Episode?

Warning: This article contains spoilers for the OUAT Season 2 premiere. Turn back now if you don't want to be spoiled! The Once Upon a Time Season 2 premiere (Season 2, Episode 1: “Broken”) opens with an inexplicable, mysterious scene. A seemingly normal man (played by True Blood's Michael Raymond-James) in New York City goes home to an overcrowded apartment filled with odd knick-knacks (are they clues?). A pigeon flies up to his window, leaving a simple message: a postcard of...

Once Upon a Time Preview: What's Coming Next?

Once Upon a Time returned for its second season with a few revelations tonight.  Despite Mr. Gold bringing magic to Storybrooke, it doesn't operate the same as it did in the fairy tale world.  Regina learned this quite well when she couldn't summon her powers at the beginning of the episode.  More importantly, we learned what happened to the fairy tale world after Regina's curse took effect.  It turns out that the curse only affected a portion of that world.  The rest of it was frozen in time until Emma got time moving again in Storybrooke.  Then Prince Phillip and Mulan managed to awaken Aurora from her Sleeping Beauty coma.  Despite Phillip being marked by a wraith and giving his own life to save both women, there's still a great deal of work to do in order to rebuild the fairy tale world.  Unfortunately, Aurora and Mulan now have two unexpected guests.  Emma and Mary Margaret were both transported into the fairy tale world when they helped Regina rid Storybrooke of a wraith that Mr. Gold had set on her. Read More...

'Once Upon a Time' Season 2: Jennifer Morrison on Emma's Past and 'Superhuman' Qualities

The ABC star hints to THR that the sixth episode of the season, "Tallahassee," will provide crucial back story to her character.