Series co-creator Adam Horowitz revealed the news to TVLine at ABC’s Upfront party in New York City Tuesday evening.
When Wetpaint Entertainment spoke to Michael Raymond-James earlier this month, he told us, "When I had my very first meeting with Adam and Eddy [Kitsis], they told me exactly who I was and exactly where this was all going. So for me, it wasn’t surprising in terms of the overall direction. I knew immediately what I was getting into."
Congrats, Michael! We're glad Neal will be back for more spell-binding drama in Season 3. After all, it looks like Neal and Emma have a lot of unresolved issues to talk about.
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