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  • Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?

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    • It is good I believe, not my favorite but it has some really good characters and I think that sticking out the first few episodes will lead to some good times with MadArcher and Drizzy.

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    • It was meh for me. I think it's better than 6B, but weaker than every other season.

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    • It has a bit of a slow start, but it does get better, and has some interesting takes on some classic characters. Plus, it wraps up the whole series, and I personally thought it does a better job of that than Season 6 did. So my answer is yes, you should watch it.

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    • Fantastic Season, one of the best

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    • i don't like very much but in my opinion the end it was the best for the serie maybe would have been better done it in season 6  without one reboot of whole seri but it's ok the seasons 4 and 5 are more boring and repetitive

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    • Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?

      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.

      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.

      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.

      Yeah, it was season 7 and it changed time slots, lower ratings were inevitable. I think that the guest cast of the season was amazing, we had Zelena, Alice, Ivy, as well as the normal good character; Facilier, Robin, and Nick (not that they are bad, just not the phenomalness of the other three), no one really complains about the guest cast besides Naveen.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.

      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because they were getting bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.

      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people were not happy.

      I'm not saying that its the only reason, season 4 and 5 were disappointing and to many people continuing after the Final Battle would be weird, the exiting of the main cast is another reason, no matter the quality Season 7 had major hurdles. Season Seven wasn't my favorite season by any means but it was good and by quality alone I would have renewed it in a heartbeat, I would have thought about seasons 4 and 5.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.

      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.

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    • Schroeswald wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:



      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because they get bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people were not happy.
      Season Seven wasn't my favorite season by any means but it was good and by quality alone I would have renewed it in a heartbeat, I would have thought about seasons 4 and 5.

      Like I mentioned and added earlier above, "Though it did have a few good moments."

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:

      Schroeswald wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:


      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people were not happy.
      Season Seven wasn't my favorite season by any means but it was good and by quality alone I would have renewed it in a heartbeat, I would have thought about seasons 4 and 5.

      Like I mentioned and added earlier, "Though it did have a few good moments."

      I say it was better than that, I'm saying that I would renew it based on quality alone. I think that if it had been a spinoff it might have been renewed.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.

      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.

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    • Schroeswald wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:

      Schroeswald wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:


      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people were not happy.
      Season Seven wasn't my favorite season by any means but it was good and by quality alone I would have renewed it in a heartbeat, I would have thought about seasons 4 and 5.
      Like I mentioned and added earlier, "Though it did have a few good moments."
      I say it was better than that,

      Saying good moments does not mean less.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.

      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.

      It can, but it also can just be having other shows to watch, not enough time, liking the other shows, thinking Season Six was enough and disappointment with previous seasons.

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    • Schroeswald wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.
      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.
      It can, but it also can just be having other shows to watch, not enough time, liking the other shows, thinking Season Six was enough and disappointment with previous seasons.

      Yes I know that, that is true.

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.
      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.

      There is no "true" and "false" here, we are taking about opinions, not facts. There isn't just one reason that the show was cancelled. The decision to cancel the show dealt with multiple factors, including viewership, actor's contracts, budget, other shows ABC was looking at, Adam and Eddy's ideas, etc.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.
      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.

      There is no "true" and "false" here, we are taking about opinions, not facts. There isn't just one reason that the show was cancelled. The decision to cancel the show dealt with multiple factors, including viewership, actor's contracts, budget, other shows ABC was looking at, Adam and Eddy's ideas, etc.

      I never said anything that is fact or opinion. And Scroeswald and I already mentioned in a way that there is more than one reason.

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    • I mean, define good.

      I think it's pretty decent, actually really good in some places. It does have a lot of faults; under developed characters and relationships, a WTF even timeline, can get pretty boring in some parts, the Candy Killer plot (seriously, what was that?).

      Imo, the highlights ar Drizella (not just because Adelaide Kane is so hot she makes me want to cry) and Curious Archer. Adult!Henry is cool and I like his dynamic with Lucy and Ella. And Tiana, Naveen and Facilier were great, but criminally underused. Unfortunately some of the good parts weren't used enough. Also, Regina and Rumple are actually relatively well-written, which is weird. If I didn't know them from s1-6, I might actually like them.

      I think it's okay, but it lacks the magic of season 1-6. Nothing made me dance in my seat and punch the air and go "yeah, baby". It just doesn't feel like Once Upon A Time. It feels like a different show with the same premise. I'd say it's second to bottom in my ranking, just above s6 (because while I do like a good part of s6, soem of it makes me want to punch my computer screen).

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    • TIAB1234 wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.
      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.
      There is no "true" and "false" here, we are taking about opinions, not facts. There isn't just one reason that the show was cancelled. The decision to cancel the show dealt with multiple factors, including viewership, actor's contracts, budget, other shows ABC was looking at, Adam and Eddy's ideas, etc.
      I never said anything that is fact or opinion. And Scroeswald and I already mentioned in a way that there is more than one reason.

      You legit started you reply with "Well that point is not completely true". How can my opinion not be true? It is an opinion.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:

      CoolDudeAl wrote:

      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      TIAB1234 wrote:
      Oncer311 wrote:
      Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
      Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
      All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
      That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
      Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point  is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.
      Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.
      There is no "true" and "false" here, we are taking about opinions, not facts. There isn't just one reason that the show was cancelled. The decision to cancel the show dealt with multiple factors, including viewership, actor's contracts, budget, other shows ABC was looking at, Adam and Eddy's ideas, etc.
      I never said anything that is fact or opinion. And Scroeswald and I already mentioned in a way that there is more than one reason.

      You legit started you reply with "Well that point is not completely true". How can my opinion not be true? It is an opinion.

      Agreed, also TIAB you said two reasons, one I disagreed with and the other I mentioned first.

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    • (MOD): Everything’s an opinion, speculation, or armchair analysis. Some are general facts, but do not necessarily apply.

      Nevertheless, let us gear the discussion towards story and our opinions and not “the showrunners said this fact about seasons continuing” and “the ratings plummeted” and “what is truth?”, etc.

      The question is pretty much “Do you like Season 7?”, not the objective or analytical perspective about season 7’s dynamics as a part of the series.

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    • Anyway, though Season 7 was near the bottom of my favorite seasons, I still liked it a lot. The guest cast ruled and while I’m not a big fan of Jacinderella, Lucy, Glass Believer and Henry when he’s not with Ivy (:p) I really loved Alice, MadArcher, Zelena, Ivy, Tremaine and the Coven.

      One main problem though is that 7A didn’t always have the best episodes but it was well plotted and the centrics were well placed, on the other hand 7B’s episodes were a lot better but the centrics weren’t as well plotted and the finale was rushed (though good, this was because of the cancellation).

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    • A Spy in the Mirror
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