ABC has ordered their Once Upon a Time spinoff Once Upon a Time in Wonderland for a full season, and the first photo has arrived!
We’ve been closely following Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, which is being developed by original show producers Adam Horowitz and Ed Kitsis. It is based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and will be set in the same universe as Once Upon a Time. Jane Espenson will return to write for the show too.
The Once Upon a Time spinoff cast so far includes Michael Socha, who will play the Knave of Hearts, Sophie Lowe as Alice, Emma Rigby as the Red Queen, and Peter Gadiot as Cyrus.
Check out the first photo below, depicting Sophie Lowe in the role of Alice:
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland is set in Wonderland prior to Regina’s curse that transported many of the fairy tale characters from their world and into ours, landing them in Storybrooke, Maine, well before Emma showed up and began breaking the curse in season 1. The show shot its pilot last month and may be a limited-engagement television event.
Hypable will offer full coverage of the Once Upon a Time spin off when it premieres later this year on ABC. The network also renewed Once Upon a Time, Revenge, Scandal, Modern Family, and Nashville today for an additional season each.
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