The locals seem none too pleased.
Will she be the next Big Bad once OUAT's much-hyped Frozen storyline ices over?
The Frozen storyline, which picks up after the events of the movie, begins in the show's September 28 premiere.
Not pictured: Us freaking out about how excited (and also wary) we are for Season 4.
One of the actors is Shameless, and the other one's a dwarf!
Here's a look at what's happening on the final day of this year's event.
Executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis dropped plenty of tidbits about the new season. Here's what we learned...
Break out your capes and cowls and stretch your free-hugging muscles; it's that time of year once again.
In the movie, Hans was a dashing prince who found himself romantically entangled with Elsa's sister Anna while trying to inherit the throne.
Storybrooke just got a little colder, as the first shots of OUAT's Queen of Arendelle have surfaced.
Plus: Shonda Rhimes thinks hashtags are stupid, details on Lee's half-season approach to scheduling, and more.
The network is playing things pretty traditional, and debuting most of its shows in the second half of September.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, Sidney Glass will be back this fall.
The Revolution and Lost alum may be playing a villain.
Is it Joshua Jackson? Is it John Noble? Is it an Observer?
Plus: James Patterson's Zoo heads to CBS, Arrow gets a new cast member, and Under the Dome is still winning for CBS.
Plus: British comedian Rik Mayall dies at 56, the ratings for the Tonys are in, and the first trailer for Sutton Foster's Younger.
The finale left a sour taste in my mouth, so here’s a reel of the season's best moments, to end things on a huggier note.
Plus: S.H.I.E.L.D. moves to 9pm and The Goldbergs moves to Wednesdays.
Plus: Once Upon a Time is getting Frozen, NBC is doing another live musical, and Tina Fey has a 30 Rock reunion in the works.