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- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: The Thing You Love Most
- Episode 03: Snow Falls
- Episode 04: The Price of Gold
- Episode 05: That Still Small Voice
- Episode 06: The Shepherd
- Episode 07: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
- Episode 08: Desperate Souls
- Episode 09: True North
- Episode 10: 7:15 A.M.
- Episode 11: Fruit of the Poisonous Tree
- Episode 12: Skin Deep
- Episode 13: What Happened to Frederick
- Episode 14: Dreamy
- Episode 15: Red-Handed
- Episode 16: Heart of Darkness
- Episode 17: Hat Trick
- Episode 18: The Stable Boy
- Episode 19: The Return
- Episode 20: The Stranger
- Episode 21: An Apple Red as Blood
- Episode 22: A Land Without Magic
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Actors Of "Once Upon A Time - Season 1"
Characters Of "Once Upon A Time - Season 1"
Critics Of "Once Upon A Time - Season 1"
Amy Ratcliffe IGN Movies
October 31, 2011 It's not easy to strike the right note between the real and the storybook; Once Upon a Time finds it though.Read in Source
Angel Cohn Television Without Pity
October 31, 2011 Once's drama is whimsical, fanciful and over-the-top in some ways.Read in Source
Verne Gay Newsday
October 31, 2011 Not for all tastes but a few will love this oddball.Read in Source
Alan Sepinwall HitFix
October 31, 2011 It's a high-concept show, and sometimes high-concept shows come strong out of the gate, while others need time to find themselves.Read in Source
October 31, 2011 From a pair of Lost producers, this is a love-or-hate proposition, and I mostly hated.Read in Source
David Hinckley New York Daily News
October 31, 2011 To draw out the story by looping it through subplots and minidramas runs the risk of turning it into a fairy-tale soap opera.Read in Source
Ed Bark Uncle Barky
October 31, 2011 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.Read in Source
Josef Adalian New York Magazine/Vulture
October 31, 2011 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.Read in Source
Jeremy Nisen Under the Radar
October 31, 2011 There's definitely an odd rift between tone and subject matter; at times the show tries to be deadly serious when perhaps it could use more charm.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...