Jafar finally gains the power he has always sought, the power to change the laws of magic. While Cyrus and Amara set off to the Well of Wonders to break the genies' curse, Alice and the Rabbit raise an army to stop Jafar from conquering Wonderland.
Jafar and Amara cast the spell to change the laws of magic while Alice kneels by Cyrus. Once the spell ends, Amara goes to Cyrus and Jafar explains that the two of them are the most powerful sorcerers in the world. He prepares to kill Amara, but the old prisoner comes in and reminds his son that true power is mercy. Jafar says that he refused to give him his love and says that he is now longer bound by the laws of magic. He then compels his father to love him, and the old prisoner embraces him. Jafar basks in his l... more
When we last left Wonderland, Alice, Cyrus and Will worked to defeat Jafar, once and for all. Amara was released from the staff just in time to watch Jafar kill Cyrus so she would have to help him finish the spell. And poor Anastasia was still dead, though Will clung to the hope that she could be brought back to life.In tonight's series finale, "And They Lived...," we learn the fates of Cyrus and Anastasia as Alice faces off against Jafar in one final battle. Read on to find out if tonight's series fina... more
With the series coming to a close, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Season 1 Episode 13 had me wondering exactly who would survive this magical adventure. There were three rules for using magic… You can't bring back the dead. You can't make someone fall in love. You can't change the past. Now that Jafar had changed the rules, both he and Amara were capable of all three... more
ABC unveiled its official fall schedule for the 2014-15 season during the network's Tuesday upfronts, and it seems that Shondaland will once again dominate the Thursday night timeslot. However, there will be a few changes. For one, 'Grey’s Anatomy'and 'Scandal' are both moving up an hour to make room for Shonda Rhimes’ newest drama 'How To Get Away With Murder.' Anothe... more
CBS and ABC split the Thursday victory. In a mild shocker, 'The Big Bang Theory' dropped two tenths to a 4.7, setting a new season low for the most popular comedy on television. 'The Millers' followed that by dipping three tenths to a 2.5. 'Two and a Half Men' dipped a tenth as well, posting a 2.4. more
In our latest Casting Bits roundup, we've got a lot of big names about to guest star on our favorite shows. For one, there's Glee star Chris Colfer heading to Hot in Cleveland. And then there's Cobie Smulders and Samuel L. Jackson who are both reprising their Marvel roles on more