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  1. Nekomajin
    (11 comments)
    November 4, 2011 at 10:34 am |

    Why did you not mention Tony Amendola who plays Gepetto in the fairy tale and the handyman in the real world?
    And even James Bamford’s name appears at the ending credits of episode one as the Black knight. :)

  2. hewittor
    hewittor
    (42 comments)
    November 4, 2011 at 10:49 am |

    You know I was just thinking the same thing. It was great to see him in it.

  3. Browncoat1984
    Browncoat1984
    (234 comments)
    November 4, 2011 at 12:28 pm |

    I agree with the first two and I even corrected this in the comments the LAST time you guys posted about this! I know they’re not lead stars, but they’re still Stargate alum and deserve to be mentioned. BamBam plays one of the Black Knights.

    Also, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying this show. I wasn’t planning on watching it initially but the previews intrigued me and its such a unique idea that it would either be A) a complete failure or B) a huge success. I think part of the appeal of the show is that its all characters we grew up with and it gives us a fresh perspective on it. The scenes in the fairy tale world are great and fun, the acting is great. Why can’t more genre shows get numbers like this?

  4. Glucharina
    Glucharina
    (17 comments)
    November 4, 2011 at 3:35 pm |

    The show was indeed enjoyable. I am not an expert of fairy tales, but even I can see interesting spin on characters, especially those, who were one-dimensional villains.

  5. Browncoat1984
    Browncoat1984
    (234 comments)
    November 4, 2011 at 6:24 pm |

    Its funny, I think almost everyone was immediately (especially on a Stargate site) “this show won’t last more than a season, its a stupid idea” I know I was but I think we’ve all been pleasantly surprised. Nice to see ABC finding a genre show they can not only keep around, but has a unique and fresh idea we haven’t seen before.

    Then there’s Grimm on NBC which after watching 20 minutes was not that great…

  6. Jim
    Jim
    (458 comments)
    November 4, 2011 at 9:40 pm |

    Yeah,Grimm really sucks.But this is a great news! I’m happy it held on to ratings in the second week cause I still remember 18 million for the premier of Sarah Connor Chronicles, then a dropp to 10 the 2nd week and 5 in the third.Unfortunately it never recovered from that.
    Robert Carlyle is awesome in Once Upon a Time.Great thing;his role is just about to become much more prominent.

  7. ZhaneEndrick
    ZhaneEndrick
    (12 comments)
    November 7, 2011 at 6:47 am |

    My wife and I are really enjoying OUaT so far. Glad to hear about a full season pickup.
    Robert Carlyle is absolutely brilliant in this role.

  8. Coremae
    Coremae
    (105 comments)
    November 8, 2011 at 12:15 am |

    Bobby is amazing as Rumple, and when he’s not in it, I quickly lose interest—even though I still watch. Kinda reminds me of another show called SGU, and I watched that one just as much, and it was still canceled because I didn’t live in America or owned a Neilson box. I’ve learned not to care too much about what comes on American Television, and see all of it is just a passing fad that’ll be canceled eventually.

  9. Jim
    Jim
    (458 comments)
    November 8, 2011 at 3:17 am |

    @Coremae The fact that you dont live in the US,doesn’t make you that much different from Americans regarding the fate of tv shows nowdays.I have never in my life met a single member of a Nielsen family.Anyway as I’ve already wrote somewhere that system is so completely outdated and pointless it needs to be put where it belongs.History…ending with the 80’s in the past century.And even then it didn’t make too much sense.I’ve had dvr since 2002 and I’m defi
    nitely not the only one,not even the minority reg. that particular matter.Not to mention everything else that’s happened since then in tv distribution and accessibility of content.They say that they observe dvr,tivo,hulu,amazom,itunes..etc,but still,it doesn’t make any significant difference at the end of the day.That needs to change and it most definitely will and soon,since tv networks really are going through what music companies had been going ten years ago,as Allaina Hoffman said herself.There’s simply no choice but to change that.Then you will be important regarding deciding a tv show’s fate and I’m not talking specifically about Once Upon a Time here,but generally.So if there should be a show that you really like and feel passionate about,care for it to survive,go to itunes,or something similar in that case.Spend 2 dollars on an episode,instead of using a torrent.That with addition of similar legal and free internet sources which finance themselves and shows through sponsorships and commercials on the website,as well as dvr numbers becoming much more relevant than just an abstract indicator will make you and all of us much more important.It also will change tv landscape and the nature of the industry subtly,without big revolutionary changes,just as it happened with music.We just need to wait a little bit longer till the old guard goes away,and/or those who remain adapt their mantality to new circumstances and ways of conducting this business from the lowest levels of it up.

  10. carmencatalina
    carmencatalina
    (9 comments)
    November 14, 2011 at 5:58 pm |

    So far, so good – 4 episodes in, and it is doing rather well in the ratings.

    Maybe I’ll get more than 1 season? Hopefully so!

  11. Jim
    Jim
    (458 comments)
    November 15, 2011 at 5:07 am |

    Show has such potential and so far it’s only begun to tap into that vast source of amazing story material..with a contemporary twist,of course.Succesfully,I might add..but I fully expect so much more.Not that I’m being negative about the show thus far,quite the opposite..when I say expect,I actually mean joyfully anticipate what they’ve in store for us!

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