Once Upon A Time

Once Upon A Time

The Complete Second Season

Book - 2013
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"Centers on a woman with a troubled past who is drawn into a small town in Maine where the magic and mystery of Fairy Tales just may be real"--www.imdb.com. Includes all 22 episodes of the the second season.
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2013.
Branch Call Number: FIC Once
Characteristics: 5 videodiscs (ca. 946 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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ElsieMThomson
Jan 18, 2016

super good for all ages! an exiting movie to keep you on your toes!!

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charmingsonata
Aug 16, 2015

Love how they cleverly interweave the story of various fairy tale (and other worlds) characters. Love that they leave little mysteries at the end of each episode. One of my favorite tv shows on at the moment.

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sheena_d
Feb 21, 2015

The characters gets better and better<3 we get to see more of who they are. entertaining!

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duane767
Nov 03, 2014

Was it as good as the first season? Debatable. Moving the focus from one character to several is tricky for any show to do. But if you love the allure of fairy tale people come to life with twists and spins on their stories, added with what I would qualify as solid acting for the most part, Once Upon A Time will make your wishes come true...Dearie!

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Saint_Mirin
Oct 09, 2014

Didn't like season 1. Gave it another chance this season. Better. Decent entertainment but all the who is related to whom and endless secondary characters is confusing.

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forever_ice17
Aug 24, 2014

Once Upon a Time's season two is wonderful. The villain is terrifically evil and it is good to more backstory for everyone. It is not as great as season one in my opinion, but that is mostly because of the second half. I continue to love this show and these are a must see 22 episodes.

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BlackCat_13
Jul 04, 2014

This series continues to get better!

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gage2010
Jun 25, 2014

I really like this show, but season one is much better than the second. HOWEVER, I wouldn't skip it because Jefferson's return and Captain Killian Jones Hook (he'll soon become your favorite) make it worthwhile.

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docjnsuss
Mar 20, 2014

In the second season of Once Upon A Time the curse has been broken. The residents of Storybrooke who were former fairy tale characters have now regained their memories and look to Prince Charming and Emma Swan as leaders. Magic is in short supply but it eventually becomes important to the storyline. The episodes include more fairy tales that fill in some of the events not covered in season one. The second season also adds some new fairy tale characters as well as plot twists in the real world.

oksana0922 Mar 16, 2014

this show is a very awesome concept and the characters are very well played. the story line at times can get repetitive but the show always redeems itself later on. the show has cliff-hangers and you always want more. Regina and Cora are both very well played and captivating characters. BEST SHOW ON TV.

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Nov 13, 2013

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Oct 12, 2013

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