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Once Upon a Time: Season 1
(2011-2012)

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80%

Average Rating:
6.06/10
Season Reviews: 35
Fresh:
28
Rotten:
7

Critics Consensus:
Charming and fantastical, Once Upon a Time is tonally uneven but derives strength from an outstanding cast and handsome visuals.


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Average Rating:
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Season Reviews: 20
Fresh:
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Rotten:
5

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Average Rating:
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Critic Consensus:
Charming and fantastical, Once Upon a Time is tonally uneven but derives strength from an outstanding cast and handsome visuals.

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In the first series of this fantasy drama, Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) is reunited with 10-year-old Henry (Jared Gilmore), the son she gave up for adoption at birth. He pleads with her to come to his hometown of Storybrooke, Maine, so that she can save his town from a curse. Emma is skeptical about Henry’s stories of fairy-tale characters and curses, but she goes with him and becomes the town’s sheriff. The town is indeed populated by fairy-tale characters such as Snow White (GinniferGoodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), only they have no idea of their true identities. The only two who do know are the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla), who’s also the town’s powerful mayor and Henry’s adoptive mother, and the villainous Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle).
  • Genre:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Network:
    ABC
  • Premiere Date:
    Oct 23, 2011
  • Creators:
    Edward Kitsis , Adam Horowitz
  • Exec. Producers:
    Edward Kitsis , Steve Pearlman , Adam Horowitz

Cast


Ginnifer Goodwin


as Snow White/Mary Margaret


Jennifer Morrison


as Emma Swan


Robert Carlyle


as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold


Lana Parrilla


as Evil Queen/Regina


Joshua Dallas


as Prince Charming/David


Josh Dallas


as Prince Charming/David, Prince Charming/John Doe


Jared S. Gilmore


as Henry Mills


Raphael Sbarge


as Jiminy Cricket/Archie


Jamie Dornan


as Sheriff Graham


Eion Bailey


as Stranger


Meghan Ory


as Ruby/Red Riding Hood


Lee Arenberg


as Leroy/Grumpy


Beverley Elliott


as Granny


Giancarlo Esposito


as Sidney/Mirror


Anastasia Griffith


as Abigail/Regal Blonde


David Anders


as Dr. Whale


Keegan Connor Tracy


as Blue Fairy


Alan Dale


as King George


David Paul Grove


as Storybrooke Doc


Gabe Khouth


as Sneezy


Faustino Di Bauda


as Walter/Sleepy


Mike Coleman


as Happy


Jarod Joseph


as Billy


Tony Perez


as Valet


Miguelito Macario


as Bashful


Jessy Schram


as Ashley/Cinderella


Jeffrey Kaiser


as Dopey


Tony Amendola


as Marco/Geppetto


Richard Schiff


as King Leopold


Emilie De Ravin


as Belle


Gabe Kouth


as Sneezy


Sebastian Stan


as Jefferson


Kristin Bauer van Straten


as Maleficent


Tim Phillips


as Sean/Prince Thomas


Patti Allan


as Ms. Ginger/Blind Witch


David Bloom


as Mr. “K” Kryzszkowski


Dylan Schmid


as Baelfire


Connor Dwelly


as Morraine


Greyston Holt


as Gym teacher/Frederick


Geoff Gustafson


as Stealthy


Roger Daltrey


as Caterpillar


C. Ernst Harth


as Burly Man/Scarred Ogre


Ingrid Torrance


as Severe nurse


Alex Zahara


as Midas/Nobleman


Howard Siegel


as Tavern Owner


Quinn Lord


as Josef/Hansel


Karley Scott Collins


as Ava/Gretel


Barbara Hershey


as Cora


Scott Heindl


as Bartholomew


Jennifer Koenig


as Queen of Hearts


Jakob Davies


as Pinocchio


Adam Young


as Pickpocket/Young Jiminy


Ian Butcher


as Burly Knight


Jesse Hutch


as Peter


Nicholas Lea


as Michael Tillman/Woodcutter


Amy Acker


as Astrid/Nova


Rick Dobran


as Raskind


Morgan Roff


as Teenage Jiminy


Catherine Lough Haggquist


as Fairy Godmother


Tristan Jensen


as Horatio


Kam Kozak


as Black Guard


Emma Caulfield


as Blind Witch


Kwesi Ameyaw


as Dr. Thatcher


Isaiah Lehtinen


as Gordie


Mark Gibbon


as Head Troll


Paul McGillion


as Knave of Hearts


Gabrielle Rose


as Ruth/Peasant Woman


Aria Pullman


as Siren


Bill Dow


as Mayor Tomkins


Laura Wilson


as Mrs. Grace


Amos Stern


as Lead Knight


Demord Dann


as Aide


Eric Keenleyside


as Moe French/Sir Maurice


Kate Bateman


as Mother


Natalie Gibson


as Female Doctor


Matthew MacCaull


as Knight No 1


Scott E. Miller


as Mr. Grace


Carolyn Hennesy


as Myrna/Puppet Princess/Puppet Dragon


Jonathan Holmes


as Majordomo


Sage Brocklebank


as Gaston


Ted Whittall


as Mitchell/The King


Osmond L. Bramble


as Queen’s Guard


Chris Shields


as Military advisor


Layton Keely


as Gnome


Harry Groener


as Martin/Puppet Princess


Mark Gash


as Father


Noah Bean


as Daniel/Stable Boy


Lucas Wolf


as Armed Escort


Robert Maillet


as Behomoth


Michasha Armstrong


as Guard


John De Santis


as The Dove


Jim Shield


as Royal Guard


Bailee Madison


as Young Snow White


Ty Olsson


as Hordor


John DeSantis


as The Dove


Donald Adams


as Vendor


Laura Bertram


as Donna


Alissa Skovbye


as Paige/Grace


Edward Foy


as Black Knight


Brad Dourif


as Old Beggar


Michael Phenicie


as The Duke


Luke Camilleri


as Stephen


Michael Strusievici


as Fairytale Boy


Christina Gooding


as Mute maid


Charles Zuckermann


as Black Knight No. 1


Ken Kramer


as Bossy


Richard Ian Cox


as Watchy


Michael Roberds


as Donkey driver


Michael Rinaldi


as Helper Dwarf


Paul Chevreau


as Skinny Man


Elizabeth McCarthy


as Rotund Wife

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Snow Falls
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Desperate Souls
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Critic Reviews for Once Upon a Time: Season 1

All Critics (35)
| Top Critics (20)
| Fresh (28)
| Rotten (7)

To draw out the story by looping it through subplots and minidramas runs the risk of turning it into a fairy-tale soap opera.

October 31, 2011 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

David Hinckley
New York Daily News
Top Critic

I will go, but gingerly.

October 31, 2011 | Full Review…

Troy Patterson
Slate
Top Critic

From a pair of Lost producers, this is a love-or-hate proposition, and I mostly hated.

October 31, 2011 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

Matthew Gilbert
Boston Globe
Top Critic

Fans of the fantastical can do far worse than Once Upon A Time, which manages to both stir the pulse and please the senses with its beautifully imagined medieval times.

October 31, 2011 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Ed Bark
Uncle Barky
Top Critic

Not for all tastes but a few will love this oddball.

October 31, 2011 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Verne Gay
Newsday
Top Critic

Once Upon a Time bring some new life to the drama series, even if spinning several seasons of television out of this concept seems like it will be quite a challenge.

July 2, 2018 | Full Review…

Jessica Johnson
Time Out Chicago

Older viewers are likely to find themselves drawn into the drama of the small town where everyone winds up after the wicked queen banishes them to a place where “there are no happy endings.” Namely, Maine.

June 25, 2018 | Full Review…

Megan Basham
WORLD

The cast would do well to have more fun (whistle while you work, people!), but the layered storytelling has its charms.

April 4, 2018 | Full Review…

Michelle Tauber
People Magazine

Once’s drama is whimsical, fanciful and over-the-top in some ways.

October 31, 2011 | Full Review…

Angel Cohn
Television Without Pity

Once has become a rare must-see for families, bringing adults and kids together in front of the flat-screen in a way that hasn’t been done by a scripted show in years.

October 31, 2011 | Full Review…

Josef Adalian
New York Magazine/Vulture
Top Critic

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Audience Reviews for Once Upon a Time: Season 1

½

Once upon a time season 1, episode 1. Once Upon a Time is produced by Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis and Steve Pearlman. There are 5 seasons, and each episode lasts 43 minutes. The series is broadcast on ABC. The 1st episode was released the 23th October 2011. It is a fantastic, fanciful and dramatic series. The Cast : Jennifer Morrisson as Emma Swan, Snow White’s daughter, the heroin Lana Parilla as the Mayor Regina Mills/the Evil Queen, the villain protagonist Ginnifer Goodwin as Mary Margaret/Snow White Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills, the Mayor’s son and Emma’s biologic son. The 1st episode begin the story of Emma Swan a 28 woman, who met her son, that she abandoned 10 years later. Henry try to convice her that she’s Snow White and Charming’s daughter. Emma decided to bring Henry at his house, during the path he told to Emma that he live in a city, Storybrooke, a city where fairy tales’s characters are locked in time , in a world without magic where all the happu endings are removed, because of a terrible curse of the Evil Queen and only the Snow White’s daughter can outsmart the evil spell at her 28th birthday… The plot is entertaining, we’re balanced between fairy tales and reality. One of the most surprising moment of this episode occurse when Henry counted his story to Emma. The cast is almost excellent, an episode full of good characters. The actress Jennifer Morrison does a good job as Emma Swan, because we don’t know if she’s really a fairy tales character. Jared S. Gilmore does a very good job as Henry Mills because he has a credulous side, and he is determinate to restore the truth at Storybrook. Lana Parilla also played very well her rôle of the Evil Queen, she’s chill and lets not seem any feeling. The images scenes are well filmed, they are breathtaking, fascinating and captivating, mostly when we go back in the past and we see the castles, the fairy tales’s characters, the spells, the magic… The music conveys a magic and fantasy atmosphere but sometimes it became stonger to give us more suspens. The 1st episode is really catchy and makes you want to see more. Recomendations I definetely recommend this series, especially this episode to everybody because it changes to action or romantic series. It proves that fairy tales are not only for chlidren. I recommend it also for the characters who were dressed like we all know in our fairy tales ouf our childhood, it gives a side realistic and beautiful. On a scale from zero to five, I give this episode a 4,5. The only negative point that I’ve found was the character of Mary Margaret (the teacher of Henry), and who plays also Snow White. She should be Emma’s mother and she seems to young, gullible and childish. I was impressed by the ease of the 1st episode to keep me captivate The 1st episode is my favourite and if you like the gripping, captivating, funny and fantastic stories, Once Upon a Time is for you. If you begin this series, do not pass next to the captivating and fanciful 1st episode !

NissrineT.

Super Reviewer

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