Written by Jude Terror
on Wednesday, May 15 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Well, it's really a "presentation" for the upcoming Once Upon a Time Spinoff, but basically, it's a trailer.
Are you dying to know what happens after the season finale of Once Upon a Time? Yeah?!
Well, we don't know anything about that. We do know, however, that Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, a spinoff starring an older Alice returning to Wonderland to find her lost genie lover will be airing right alongside season 3 of Once Upon a Time next year (on Thursdays, while the main series remains on Sundays), and now you can watch a trailer for it.
It's got all the wonderfully bad acting and cheesy 1980s special effects (seriously, look at the rabbit) that we've come to love in the main series. No word yet on whether the villains in the serious will be far more likeable than the heroes as well, but we can only hope so.
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