'Once Upon a Time' Season 7 Another Star Might Say Goodbye; Show's Future Not Yet Clear
The future of "Once Upon a Time" Season 7 is not yet determined as another star revealed his possible exit on the show. The fairy tale television series is said to be having a reset and Robert Carlyle, who plays the role of Rumpelstiltskin, is not yet sure of his inclusion.
It was first said that the show's executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis were eyeing to hit a reset button if "Once Upon a Time" Season 7 will push through. Although this may still have the original cast, some might take their exit. After Jennifer Morrison, who portrays the protagonist Emma Swan, revealed that her contract is going to expire and not yet renewed, Robert Carlyle also teased his departure.
Robert Carlyle told Digital Spy that at the end of January he will be on the stage of his life where he will make a very important decision. He then hinted that what he is going to decide will not be for himself but for his family. For the past eight years, he revealed that he has been living in Vancouver, Canada for the filming of their television series and this might continue if "Once Upon a Time" Season 7 will be renewed.
Although his kids already loved being in Canada, made friends and go to school, Robert Carlyle admitted that he has to think about them the most than his self. While his removal is not yet confirmed, the 55-year-old star revealed that he won't be surprised if he will still be in if there will be "Once Upon a Time" Season 7. However, he is also unsure how things will unfold.
To recall, ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey told Entertainment Weekly that the show's creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz are planning to give "Once Upon a Time" Season 7 "a springboard in a new direction from a narrative standpoint." The television series might be back with some of its original cast, but there will be a reorganized happening to expand its story.