In an interview with Vulture, scribes Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (“Tron: Legacy,” “Lost”) have revealed various new details about their upcoming part-fantasy show “Once Upon a Time” for ABC.
The story revolves around “A young boy lives in Storybrooke, Maine, where he’s convinced things aren’t what they seem, and we also get glimpses of a fairy tale land where familiar evil queens and dwarves with sharply drawn personalities are quite real.”
Horowitz says “We want to take the iconography that we’ve always loved and find find a new way to look at what makes these fairy-tale characters tick”.
Kitsis adds that it will be a blend of self-contained and arc stories – “There will be self-contained stories in each episode. [And] there will be a larger mythology at work. But it’s not like if you miss an episode one week, you can’t catch up.”