Now that Once Upon a Time's Regina has been framed for murder, will she welcome her mother with open arms?
That will be the big question when Regina (Lana Parrilla) finally comes face-to-face with Cora (Barbara Hershey). Little does the Evil Queen know that mommy dearest actually framed her for the murder of Jiminy Cricket (Raphael Sbarge), who isn't actually dead! How will Regina now handle being shunned by the residents of Storybrooke? TVGuide.com sat down with Parrilla on the set of the ABC fairy tale drama to get the scoop:
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The Fox comedy's fictitious drinking game with no real discernable rules will return in an episode slated for the end of January, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look! However, this round will be quite different from the first time we saw the game. Why?
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Even though we still have two more hours before American Horror Story: Asylum comes to a close, Wednesday's episode, which featured...
Raphael Sbarge and Lana Parrilla
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Once Upon a Time's Evil Queen, it seems, is not so evil after all...
"The revolution and the battle against Monroe really begins."
That was the party line Sunday at Revolution's panel during NBC's winter TV previews, as executive producer Eric Kripke promised reporters that the second half of the series' freshman season will actually begin to deliver on the promise of the title...
On Once Upon a Time's main street in Storybrooke, resident evil queen Regina sits in her car, peering into her side mirror with tears streaming down her face. The mirror's reflection shows Emma breaking bad news to Henry — someone has been murdered in Storybrooke, and all signs point to Regina as the culprit. As Regina realizes she's likely lost Henry forever and more tears fall, the director yells, "Cut!" With only a minute or two to spare before the scene resets, Lana Parrilla dries her face, peers up in the air in an attempt to stop crying before reapplying more makeup. It's time to do the scene again, and this time, it draws even more local looky-loos. That's because the Storybrooke set of ABC's fairy tale drama isn't closed to the public, but a real working street in Steveston, a town just south of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada.
Once Upon a Time Postmortem: A Storybrooke reunion! What's next?
Filming in Steveston is both a blessing and a, ahem, curse. On the one hand...