But unlike a year ago, this
filmed-in-secrecy twist won’t introduce any familiar fairy tale face but
a different kind of surprise element, one that will have repercussions
for Season 5.
“There is a top-secret scene that I’m shocked hasn’t got out — but there’s still time!” Once
co-creator Eddy Kitsis tells TVLine with a knowing laugh. “We’ll
absolutely be setting up what Season 5 will be, but unlike last year
where it was, ‘Hey, it’s Frozen,’ or the year before which was,
‘Hey, we’re going to Neverland,’ this one will be much more like Season
1 in that it’s a condition of the show that changes and has
ramifications for everyone.”
Adds co-creator Adam Horowitz: “If we zigged in the past, we’re hoping to zag this time.”
'Once Upon a Time' Bosses Preview "Something Old and Something New" in Season 5 Finale
Co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis tell THR who to watch out for during Sunday’s season finale and look to how season six will be “a little something old and something new.”
Once Upon a Time will deliver a heavy case of déjà vu during Sunday’s season-five finale.
After Robin Hood and Hades’ deaths in the penultimate episode of the season, co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis told The Hollywood Reporter that Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) will “find themselves in an old situation in a new place,“ and that theme will continue throughout the two-hour finale and into season six.
“We’re doing something different than the finales we’ve done in the last few years. We’re not doing any alternate reality sort of story, whether it’s going into the [fairytale] book or time travel,” Horowitz explains. “The story of the finale in the season wraps up within the two hours, but it also opens up doors and sets the table for what season six will be.”
The music tycoon is the sole shareholder of two British Virgin Islands (BVI) companies called Southstreet Limited, set up in February 2007, and Eaststreet Limited, set up in October 2007. The companies were set up at a time when Cowell was planning to purchase two plots of land in Barbados, where he holidays most years.