We do hope that the implication that the OUAT season would be broken up into two continuous strings of episodes holds true despite the minor change in the season’s length. Though we think there were some issues with the plotting and pacing in Season 2, we think the ratings slip seen in the show’s sophomore showing also had something to do with the inconsistent scheduling on ABC’s part. We’re hoping for many more seasons of OUAT to come, and we don’t want poor scheduling to get in the way. Love live OUAT!
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