From a young hopeful girl, to the Evil Queen that tore away everyone’s happiness, to the Mayor, to redeeming herself and becoming a savior, to the Good Queen. Regina’s journey has been the most complex and layered throughout the realms. She hit the lowest of all lows and came out triumphant. She is the first elected ruler of all the realms, she is the Good Queen.
Regina and Henry’s relationship has blossomed over the years to one of the strongest mother/son bonds on television, showcasing the love between an adoptive parent and child.
Once Upon a Time‘s 150th episode was dedicated to everyone’s favorite Wicked Witch. Zelena comes to terms with her past and realizes that maybe, just maybe, she doesn’t have to run away from the darkness to find some happiness. The episode, directed by Lana Parrilla, was originally the end of Rebecca Mader’s arc for season 7 — prior to the cancellation, which led the showrunners to bring her back for the finale.
Series original Lana Parrilla will be taking a step behind the camera to direct an episode during the seventh season of Once Upon a Time.
The thought of a Regina/Roni/Lana Parrilla centric episode sends a wave of excitement through the fandom — for good reason. She’s easily one of the strongest actors on this show and has carried it from the start. This episode of Once Upon a Time was no different. The question remains, where the hell is her Emmy?
Once Upon a Time season 6 wrapped up the stories we knew with a pretty bow and sent them on their merry way. As season 7 starts, most of the faces we knew will be long gone, but the few that remain will not be anything like the characters we know and love. Regina, Hook, and Rumplestiltskin are getting a makeover. New characters, new villains, new cities…