Will David and Mary Margaret’s love last? Will Emma find love in Once Upon a Time‘s second season? Find out what Josh Dallas, Ginnifer Goodwin and Jennifer Morrison have to say! Beware of spoilers.

Speaking to E! Online at the ABC Upfronts, the trio discuss what’s coming up for their characters in season 2 of Once Upon a Time. Morrison previews the romance she believes Emma will have in season 2:

They’re promising me these romantic things in season two, but I don’t know who or what or why or when! I mean, look at all the men who have been on our show; they’re all pretty hot. I’m not too worried about Adam and Eddie finding some hot men. It’s like Jamie Dornan, Sebastian Stan and Josh Dallas… we have very attractive men on our show!

As long as she doesn’t go for Josh Dallas, we’re guessing all the fans agree that Emma needs to find love, right? Morrison further adds:

Season one, for Emma, it was about Henry, and season two is going to be about the idea of romantic love in her life—she’s never allowed that before. And also exploring the relationship with her mother now that she knows who her mother is.

Speaking of Mary Margaret, Josh Dallas cautions that Snowing shippers shouldn’t be too relieved that the fairytale pair have found each other yet again, because, “Now we have magic coming to Storybrooke, so now anything can happen!”

Ginnifer Goodwin, meanwhile, commented on her off-screen romance with Dallas, saying, “I have a very blessed life, I have to say!”

And finally, we’re happy to report that “We pick up from where we left off,” as Morrison also reveals. So no time jump, it looks like!

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