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Netflix has plenty of great shows to offer, but it can be rough to find series that work for the whole family. Luckily, there are some family-friendly gems in the massive Netflix library with something to offer for everybody. Here is a look at ten of the best for young and old to enjoy.
There are some shows that just don’t seem like they have the story to stick around, and the unlikely premise of Once Upon a Time felt like one that could wear out its charm sooner rather than later. But it's been around for five seasons, and another one is coming.
Once Upon A Time has been off of the air for what has felt like forever, but the show is finally returning to the schedule in March and is promising some explosive action for fans. Including the return of a fan favorite.
There may come a day when ABC’s fantasy drama Once Upon a Time runs out of Disney princesses and fairy tale characters to bring to the screen, but that day definitely isn’t here yet. Still, the show is bringing back Dorothy, only an older version.
The popular ABC drama has not slowed down during Season 5, and last night’s midseason finale saw the death of a fan-favorite character on the drama. But it’s not exactly what you might think.
The horror genre is alive and well on television these days, with shows like American Horror Story and Ash vs Evil Dead delivering all kinds of frights and gory sights. Get ready for another one from Once Upon a Time's creators.
ABC's Once Upon a Time has proved itself to be a charming retelling of fairy tales perfect for the small screen. Although there have been hits and misses with the characters, it’s hard not to be excited about the latest casting announcements.
Once Upon a Time fans have been anticipating watching Jennifer Morrison’s Emma Swan take a turn to the dark side. But it appears that a large chunk of the audience wasn’t exactly willing to watch that transition as it happened live.
ABC is quite the busy network on this fine Thursday evening, gearing up for next week’s upfronts by giving their upcoming schedule a thorough spring cleaning. Thankfully, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Scandal and many more are coming back.
Major spoilers can be found in this news article if you haven’t seen the Sunday, April 19 episode of Once Upon A Time, cleverly titled “Sympathy for the De Vil.”
ABC is gearing up for the midseason return of Once Upon A Time, and what better way to celebrate the show than with a poster of some of the drama’s most egregious villains? After wrapping up the Frozen-oriented storyline this December, Once Upon A Time has villains on the brain.
Now that the Frozen characters have been on Once Upon a Time for a while, the hullabaloo surrounding their appearances has died down. Now, ABC is back to adding veteran—and dare I say more nefarious—characters from the Disney canon.
We’ve compiled a list of the current TV shows that we feel have officially jumped the track. They’ve been on too long or maybe their characters have started to make nonsensical decisions. Perhaps their writing staff has been cut due to budget restraints. Whatever the reason, these are the nine shows on TV that are officially off the rails.
ABC’s Once Upon a Time has been all about Frozen this fall, creating episodes that pick up soon after the events in Disney’s hit movie. However, moving forward, the show will go back to pulling from the rest of Disney’s lengthy character lineup. This week, ABC signed on a brand new actress for a recurring role.
Last spring, Once Upon A Time creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz began working with Disney to figure out a way to bring the wildly popular Frozen characters to the small screen. The plot takes the original characters from the franchise and reimagines them in the world Once Upon A Time has created.