6:52 AM EDT 3/20/2017
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"Once Upon a Time" Season 6 recently showed a major twist in Emma and Hook's story. With ABC executive Channing Dungey hinting on a possible reboot for the fantasy drama, spoilers are teasing on major character deaths in the finale.
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"Once Upon a Time" Season 6 spoilers are teasing on the possible deaths of Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) during the finale of the ABC drama. According to Digital Spy, speculations surrounding these characters' fate on the show began after executive producer Adam Horowitz shared that the two-part finale will be titled, "The Final Battle."
These raised theories that "OUAT" Season 6 finale episode will see departures of several characters from the show. This became a possible since ABC executive Channing Dungey previously shared that the show will go through a reboot should the series get renewed for season 7.
Goodwin and Dallas' contracts are up and latest "Once Upon a Time" Season 6 cast updates reveal that only Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle and Colin O'Donoghue are currently in talks to renew their contracts. As Carter Matt notes, Snow and Charming have been cursed for a season, which makes it even more worrying for the viewers.
"Once Upon a Time" Season 6 also recently aired a twist on Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook's (Colin O'Donoghue), reports Entertainment Weekly. In the latest episode of the ABC series, Hook was put into an awkward position of proposing to Emma just when he was about to come clean about killing her grandfather.
The "Once Upon a Time" Season 6 cast believe that both Emma and Hook had good intentions. Unfortunately, it is only a matter of time until Emma discovers the truth.
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