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  • I was just wondering about the logistics of it - can OUAt be picked up by another network? How come news outlets aren't seeming to present it as a possibility?

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    • Well, season 7 was essentially a season 1 of a reboot/spinoff series. And picking up a second season for a failed reboot would be a terrible idea and new outlets aren't betting on that. I also believe Adam & Eddy have expressed that they're done for now and are not shopping it around either, so there's no active interest behind the scenes. 

      Other networks can't simply pick up cancelled shows - in rare cases, there was some sort of pre-existing affiliation. (for example, "Supergirl" went from CBS to the CW because the CW is co-owned by CBS, "Nashville" went from ABC to CMT because of the country music brand) They have plenty of pilots to choose from right now.

      Perhaps one day Netflix or the Disney streaming service will revisit the OUAT universe, but I think it might be best for all if they put it on the shelf for a while. I find it hard to believe we'll never see it again but they'll need some time to build up nostalgia for it. Maybe during the next revival/reboot wave.

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    • Because it was a slowly dying show and the creators are satisfied to move on. If you imagine that season 7 was like a pilot season 1, it would have been canceled a few episodes in.

      Plus, I don’t know but there’s this big mouse behind much of the show called Disney and due to its contents Disney knew that Once bet fit on ABC and they wouldn’t cancel it if they were just going to move networks. They canceled the TV show and thus the actors and actresses have likely already picked new projects and shows to work on and it would be too late or to expensive to try to bring them back over other projects just to get a show that will likely underperformed.

      Most shows don’t actually go on that long, especially if you’ve seen ABC’s recent pilot seasons across the board over the years. A lot of floundering with only a few squeaking by.

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    • Apple is looking for family-friendly shows for their upcoming service and given Disney's ties with both ABC and Apple, I wouldn't find it surprising they would pick OUAT up. There is a burden of seven seasons though so that's why it's unlikely the show continues in this form—there is very little room to start over anytime soon.

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    • Kerranjostoisenkin wrote: Apple is looking for family-friendly shows for their upcoming service and given Disney's ties with both ABC and Apple, I wouldn't find it surprising they would pick OUAT up. There is a burden of seven seasons though so that's why it's unlikely the show continues in this form—there is very little room to start over anytime soon.

      Adam and Eddy have decided to move on and the actors and actresses likely have new gigs and plans now.

      They aren’t going to do squat without the actors and show runners and if they do, then itlll just be a show similar to Once but not Once.

      Plus Disney is planning their own service so they definitely wouldn’t give rights to Apple.

      So, yeah, only a pilot or single season show has the chance of jumping across networks and companies.

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    • It would be vaguely possible if Adam and Eddy showed any interest in it, but they clearly don't. They are ending the show amicably and have expressed that they're glad to take a break.

      I can't think of any examples, but I seem to remember at least one show moving to Netflix following its cancellation. I know Girl Meets World on Disney Channel attempted to do so and couldn't, but I don't know what caused that.

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    • Black Mirror was picked up by Netflix after it was cancelled by BBC

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    • I see Adam and Eddy producing a fairy tale series in the Disney upcoming streaming service, but i doubt we'll see OUATverse-related stuff anytime soon.

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    • Bpste1 wrote: I was just wondering about the logistics of it - can OUAt be picked up by another network? How come news outlets aren't seeming to present it as a possibility?

      I can only see it being moved to Disney Streaming service. And if it does, replacements of A&E can take over, as they spoiled. And despite some of the actors being in other projects for now, people like Josh and Ginny have already spoiled out loud in an interview that they are fully opened to return in a possible revival. We’ll see.

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    • I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay, but I rather see a sequel spin-off series of Ouat with a teen Hope, and her friends kinda like Marvel’s Runaways.

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      DatNuttyKid wrote: It would be vaguely possible if Adam and Eddy showed any interest in it, but they clearly don't. They are ending the show amicably and have expressed that they're glad to take a break. Yet they already spoiled that someone else can take their place.
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    • Damn I saw the title and got excited

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    • Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay

      DisneyPlay? I think Iger confirmed the name of Disney+.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay
      DisneyPlay? I think Iger confirmed the name of Disney+.

      Yep, but a few months ago he described it as "Disney Play" before the official name came out.

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay
      DisneyPlay? I think Iger confirmed the name of Disney+.

      Yep, but a few months ago he described it as "Disney Play" before the official name came out.

      Where’s the link and date to it? I searched and could not find anything that says it’s called DisneyPlay. The “Disney+“ title was just announced recently.
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    • TIAB1234 wrote:

      Lady Rapunzel wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay
      DisneyPlay? I think Iger confirmed the name of Disney+.
      Yep, but a few months ago he described it as "Disney Play" before the official name came out.
      Where’s the link and date to it? I searched and could not find anything that says it’s called DisneyPlay. The “Disney+“ title was just announced recently.

      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)

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    • Yep

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    • My opinion on this is give it a few years and they might think about it, though it could be animated on Disney+.

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:

      Lady Rapunzel wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay
      DisneyPlay? I think Iger confirmed the name of Disney+.
      Yep, but a few months ago he described it as "Disney Play" before the official name came out.
      Where’s the link and date to it? I searched and could not find anything that says it’s called DisneyPlay. The “Disney+“ title was just announced recently.

      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)

      That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news.
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    • TIAB1234 wrote:

      Lady Rapunzel wrote:


      TIAB1234 wrote:

      Lady Rapunzel wrote:


      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I could see it be picked up by Hulu or DisneyPlay
      DisneyPlay? I think Iger confirmed the name of Disney+.
      Yep, but a few months ago he described it as "Disney Play" before the official name came out.
      Where’s the link and date to it? I searched and could not find anything that says it’s called DisneyPlay. The “Disney+“ title was just announced recently.
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 

      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said .-.

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.  That I already know.
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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.  That I already know.

      Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point.

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    • TIAB1234
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      CoolDudeAl wrote: TIAB1234 wrote: CoolDudeAl wrote: TIAB1234 wrote: Lady Rapunzel wrote: It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/) That I know it was never announced officially. Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​' 4rOzNSI.png What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on. That I already know. Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point. It was not a condesending tone, and it was not an argument. I was explaing about what has passed. You havn't proved any point. Please stop with the false accusation. If you don't stop, I will report you.
      14:28, November 10, 2018
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    • TIAB1234
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      CoolDudeAl wrote: TIAB1234 wrote: CoolDudeAl wrote: TIAB1234 wrote: Lady Rapunzel wrote: It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/) That I know it was never announced officially. Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​' 4rOzNSI.png What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on. That I already know. Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point. Stop with the false accusation please.
      14:42, November 10, 2018
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    • Once Upon a Time won't be picked up. At least not now. Dania, Gosh, Tiera, Mekia, Alison and Lana all have projects, and Jen doesn't want to come back to the show, and being honest, I can't see they picking the show with only Colin, Bex, Andrew and Rose on the cast. Maybe they will get revived in 2019 or 2020, but right now, it is a big NO, and yes, this includes Disney+

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    • (MOD): Let us remain at the topic at hand.

      I agree with Matheus, but even bolder in that it will not be revived for years to come.

      Once wasn’t cancelled prematurely, but after it was in “We’re done l, but we’ve got extra stuff to work with” mode. Once also it’s some steady juggernaut that simply can go one without end, nor was it something the actors were setting up as a mainstay project (take Supernatural, which chugs along for “reasons”).

      I think the only reason why Once really got as far as it did (which they were leaning towards 5 to 7 seasons anyway) is that Adam and Eddy sort of flopped everything outside Once. Wonderland flopped (mostly due to death slot). Dead of Summer flopped on a channel that has pretty low expectations. It’s amazing they got their Anthology series (which is sort of ironic as Wonderland and Dead of Summer we’re going that route, seasonally).

      Once won’t return or some incarnation unless Adam and Eddy flop, ABC continues the flops at new shows (at least the rate they turnover), and/or Disney really needs added fluff for streaming and if Once dominates there, even while being cancelled.

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    • The main problem with the reboot is that they should've guaranteed an season 8. They knew, after all the backlash of the actors leaving - mainly Jen and Bex - that season 7 would possibly get low ratings and, it was on a death slot. If they guaranteed a season 8 with ABC, at least we could have an entire season to get used to/fall in love with the new characters

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.  That I already know.

      Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point.

      CDA, I don't see anything condescending with his tone here. TIAB has every right to explain himself; I don't see that as arguing.

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    • Nightlily wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.  That I already know.
      Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point.

      CDA, I don't see anything condescending with his tone here. TIAB has every right to explain himself; I don't see that as arguing.

      Saying things like "You wouldn't understand" can definitly be condesending, especially given TIAB's general tone to people.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:

      Nightlily wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.  That I already know.
      Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point.

      CDA, I don't see anything condescending with his tone here. TIAB has every right to explain himself; I don't see that as arguing.

      Saying things like "You wouldn't understand" can definitly be condesending, especially given TIAB's general tone to people.

      "You wouldn't understand" can also be read as something like "You're only going to think I'm arguing anyway, so what's the point". That is how I interpreted it. But I understand what you mean.

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    • Nightlily wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:

      Nightlily wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:


      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      It wasn‘t announced as the official name or anything, but Bob Iger once described it as a “Disney play,” so before the official name (Disney+) came out, people were describing it as Disney Play. (link: https://deadline.com/2018/08/disney-bob-iger-1202441983/)
      That I know it was never announced officially. 
      Hum... Yes, that is exactly what i said. Not clearly though. But never you mind. And no point of bring that below, thank you very much. And what I said below was not what I was trying to say. I just said '"That I know it was never announced officially. I just don’t call something that is not official before the big news." Look above.​​​​​​'
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      What is your point? You wouldn't understand. And I wasn't trying to make a point. You are literally just arguing for the sake of arguing. I wasn't arguing for the sake of any arguing, you misjudged and assumed wrong. We both had a misunderstanding, but now we ended it by understanding what we were trying to say to one another. It was all over. Be fair.What Lady Rapunzel said was correct, it was unoffically called Disney Play, because it didn't have an offical name. Which we already disccused it and finished and it. And she was not the only one right, I was too by showing the official name by link. It's all settled.Now we have an offical name for it, Disney+, so that is what everyone will call it from now on.  That I already know.
      Please stop with the condesending tone. Also, you are arguing with me about arguing, so kind of just proving my point.
      CDA, I don't see anything condescending with his tone here. TIAB has every right to explain himself; I don't see that as arguing.
      Saying things like "You wouldn't understand" can definitly be condesending, especially given TIAB's general tone to people.

      "You wouldn't understand" can also be read as something like "You're only going to think I'm arguing anyway, so what's the point". That is how I interpreted it. Yes Nightlily,'''' ''''that's exactly what you interpreted. Thanks for that.

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    • I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 

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    • The Good Queen wrote: I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 

      It would have to be either Disney+ or Hulu. I kinda hope for a spin-off that focuses on Hope, and her friends.

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    • The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 

      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.

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    • Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:

      The Good Queen wrote: I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 

      It would have to be either Disney+ or Hulu. I kinda hope for a spin-off that focuses on Hope, and her friends.

      It will be good. 

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 
      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.

      OK,  I wish the show will return with Disney+ 

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    • Well Disney+ could have a non canon animated Once spinoff focusing on Hope, and her friends while Hulu could have a canon Once spin-off.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 
      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.


      To be fair they never made a reboot of OUAT. Even though it focused on new characters, Season 7 was dependant on its previous seasons. I could see them doing an actual reboot focusing exclusively on new characters (no one being related to Henry at all), while still having the old mains occasionally guest star, so to incourage new viewers to watch the series without needing to watch previous seasons to understand the story.

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    • Walecs wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 
      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.


      To be fair they never made a reboot of OUAT. Even though it focused on new characters, Season 7 was dependant on its previous seasons. I could see them doing an actual reboot focusing exclusively on new characters (no one being related to Henry at all), while still having the old mains occasionally guest star, so to incourage new viewers to watch the series without needing to watch previous seasons to understand the story.

      Not even Hope?

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    • Walecs wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 
      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.


      To be fair they never made a reboot of OUAT. Even though it focused on new characters, Season 7 was dependant on its previous seasons. I could see them doing an actual reboot focusing exclusively on new characters (no one being related to Henry at all), while still having the old mains occasionally guest star, so to incourage new viewers to watch the series without needing to watch previous seasons to understand the story.

      S7 was practically called a reboot, as some say. Not saying it is.

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    • I think you guys are overly optimistic. Gues that’s what the show has taught.

      Once wasn’t the biggest of shows and it got more than most. LOST is arguably bigger and more infamous. It hasn’t got a reboot. Once has gotten a soft reboot and a spin-off which is more than most can say. It won’t get anything for years to come, probably nothing at all.

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    • I’d say that despite Lost being bigger Once is more likely, it’s a show that could still be the same show in most times and platforms while Lost is very much a product of its time, you need to rewind to before streaming to redo it. In addition Once is very marketable on Disney Plus, it stars fairytale/Disney people which would fit well there so Disney might make a reboot/S8, not saying that it will happen it’s just more likely than Lost.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      Walecs wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 
      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.

      To be fair they never made a reboot of OUAT. Even though it focused on new characters, Season 7 was dependant on its previous seasons. I could see them doing an actual reboot focusing exclusively on new characters (no one being related to Henry at all), while still having the old mains occasionally guest star, so to incourage new viewers to watch the series without needing to watch previous seasons to understand the story.

      S7 was practically called a reboot, as some say. Not saying it is.

      Yeah, I know, I was just pointing out the authors are wrong. A reboot is meant to wipe away any continuity from previous works. For example, Rise of the Planet of the Apes is a reboot. Casino Royale is, as well, because previous movies belong to a different continuity. Same as for Spiderman: Homecoming being an actual reboot of Spiderman.

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    • Walecs wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Walecs wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      The Good Queen wrote:
      I have question, I would like to know if Ouat have a chance to return in a some project  or spin-off with Netflix or the Disney streaming service ? Or a reboot in the Disney streaming service  even if I would like to see Regina and Co again. 
      Probably, but unconfirmed for now. It would seem doubtful for Netflix, but since Disney+ is releasing new revivals of other former canceld shows like, Clone Wars or Muppets, you never know. But I don't think a reboot or Spin off would work for OUAT, since their previous ones did not seem to be great successes. Most likely they might ignore events and casts from s7, the similar way other networks did with Will & Grace and Roseanne.

      To be fair they never made a reboot of OUAT. Even though it focused on new characters, Season 7 was dependant on its previous seasons. I could see them doing an actual reboot focusing exclusively on new characters (no one being related to Henry at all), while still having the old mains occasionally guest star, so to incourage new viewers to watch the series without needing to watch previous seasons to understand the story.

      S7 was practically called a reboot, as some say. Not saying it is.

      Yeah, I know, I was just pointing out the authors are wrong. A reboot is meant to wipe away any continuity from previous works. For example, Rise of the Planet of the Apes is a reboot. Casino Royale is, as well, because previous movies belong to a different continuity. Same as for Spiderman: Homecoming being an actual reboot of Spiderman.

      Well technically Rise is more of a prequel to the original, but in a alternate timeline, but still a reboot.

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    • Lady Rapunzel wrote:
      I see Adam and Eddy producing a fairy tale series in the Disney upcoming streaming service, but i doubt we'll see OUATverse-related stuff anytime soon. 
      so will it be in disney plus or abc
       
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    • Lady Rapunzel was just mentioning a possibility that he thinks that could happen. As far as we know, it is not.

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    • A Spy in the Mirror
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