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This week is the winter finale of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. That means we’ll get a huge cliffhanger by the end of the episode to make sure we tune back in when the show returns on March 6th. … Continue reading
After having Thanksgiving off, we’re back to Wonderland Thursday night. Alice is gong to be in for a shock when she learns that her father has made it to Wonderland. I can’t wait to see how that will play out … Continue reading
Our characters are branching out all over Wonderland, and it is going to give them lots of storytelling possibilities as they attempt to cover everyone. We’ll get our first glimpse of that this coming week. Let’s get the run down, … Continue reading
Part of me is frustrated that Once Upon a Time in Wonderland wasn’t on last week. I like the show, and it seems cruel to have it off the air after only three weeks, especially when it is struggling in … Continue reading