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NATALIE: "Jafar is not evil for evil's sake," executive producer Adam Horowitz tells us. "His actions come out of a deep pain that we plan to reveal. And to soothe that pain he's going to have to change the laws of magic, [which] will affect everyone in Wonderland." Remember those pesky laws of magic, like you can't bring someone back from the dead and you can't make someone love you? Yeah, we're guessing that Jafar is interested in those two in particular.
"Heart of the Matter" - Alice and Cyrus discover alarming information involving prisoners Jafar has under his control and changes their priorities. Meanwhile, the Red Queen is in critical danger and no one can help her except the Knave by surrendering information to Jafar that he's been desperately seeking. In flashback, Anastasia is about to marry the King and strikes up a friendship with Cora that directly impacts Will. Cora also confronts Will resulting with him asking her for a shocking demand, on "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," THURSDAY, MARCH 20 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" stars Sophie Lowe as Alice, Michael Socha as Knave of Hearts, Peter Gadiot as Cyrus, Emma Rigby as The Red Queen with Naveen Andrews as Jafar and John Lithgow as the voice of the White Rabbit.
"Heart of the Matter" guest stars include Iggy Pop as the voice of the Caterpillar, Trevor Lerner as Burly Guy, Matty Finochio as Tweedle #1, Ben Cotton as Tweedle #2, Peta Sergeant as Jabberwocky, Brian George as Old Prisoner, Barbara Hershey as Cora and Michael Jonsson as King's Guard.
"Heart of the Matter" was written by Jenny Kao and Katie Wech and directed by David Boyd.
Ausiello: In Thursday’s midseason premiere, you’ll see the Knave as a genie being forced to use his newfound powers — with dire consequences — as well as meet the ABC series’ version of the Jabberwock (played by Aussie actress Peta Sergeant). Next week, Lost alum Zuleikha Robinson reprises her role as Amara, and on March 20 Barbara Hershey makes her Wonderland debut as Cora
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland had no business being on Thursday night.
At the Television Critics Association winter press tour Friday, ABC entertainment president Paul Lee expressed regret that he didn’t stick to his original plan and air the spin-off on Sundays at midseason, bridging the gap between the fall and spring runs of Once Upon a Time.
“I should’ve done that,” he said. “In retrospect, I think it would’ve done better there and I should’ve stuck with the earlier idea. I totally take responsibility for that.” A decision on a second season is TBD.
Hinterher ist man immer schlauer. Als ob nicht bekannt gewesen wäre, dass der Slot am Donnerstag Grütze ist.
Manchmal fragt man sich schon was diese "Entscheider" den lieben langen Tag so treiben, Einschaltquoten zu lesen und auch richtig zu interpretieren gehört wohl eher nicht dazu,wie??
"A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
“Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”
After Alice and Cyrus were reunited, Jafar set out to acquire the final genie bottle needed to break the laws of wishes. But when the Knave got struck and will certainly die — which will also kill Alice since they are linked — he used the final wish to rid Alice of her suffering, freeing Cyrus from the bottle. The catch? The Knave ended up as the new genie.
The other genies are actually Cyrus' brothers, and we'll soon discover just how Cyrus ended up in that bottle. However, the Red Queen holds the bottle, with the Knave as her genie, but Jafar may soon be the Knave's master. Barbara Hershey will also reprise her role as Cora in an episode that looks back at the Red Queen's marriage to the king.