Once Upon a Time returned for the second half of season six last week. Is a seventh season planned? Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz sat down with Collider to talk about the future of the series, and they are hopeful to share more stories with their fans. They are also looking to reinvent the series once again.
Kitsis said the following about the future of the ABC series:
“We are going to complete some stories this year. There’s one chapter to this book that Henry has, so maybe it’s time for us to get to the end of that chapter. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a second book and a second chapter, just like in everyone’s life.”
Horowitz also spoke about ending the series:
“When we talk about completing something, it’s like how we started this show. A happy ending isn’t necessarily an ending. It’s a journey. A part of a story may end, but a new part may open. I think that’s more in the spirit of how we’re looking at things. Hopefully, we get the chance. We’ve got big plans for what we’d like to do, and hopefully we’ll get to do them.”
It does appear that the future of Once Upon a Time is still very open. Do you want a seventh season of this series? Tell us what you think.