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OUAT News: NO NEVERLAND THIS SEASON

Once Upon a Time Spoiler: When Will We Travel to Neverland?

Many Once Upon a Time fans are loving every single scene with the sexy and possibly evil Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) this season. But with the introduction to Hook, viewers have been wondering if Peter Pan and Tinkerbell are next.

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According to a new spoiler from E!, we won’t be meeting Peter or Tinkerbell any time soon. Colin O’Donoghue says that the cast and crew are currently filming Season 2, Episode 11, and that “he has yet to film any Neverland scenes … he hasn’t even been told if they are definitely introducing Peter, though he’s hoping OUAT decides to.”



The Hook-centric episode (Season 2, Episode 4: “The Crocodile”) was one of our favorites, but it did end with a whopper of a cliffhanger. Hook and his rebellious pirate crew use the magic bean Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) wanted to part the seas and head to Neverland. We were hoping to see a glimpse of the magical world where nobody grows up, but it doesn’t sound like we’re going to for a long time.

Then again, there are several worlds in the OUAT universe that we have yet to visit, including Oz. We wouldn’t rule out a peek at Neverland this season, not to mention Peter Pan and Tink.

Plus, we know Ethan Embry was just cast, meaning he could just be playing a grown-up Peter. He certainly has the right twinkle in his eyes!

Catch the next new episode of Once Upon a Time on Sunday, November 4 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.



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