The ‘Once Upon A Time’ season 5 finale is just a few weeks away, and Jennifer Morrison spilled major scoop on HollywoodLife’s podcast! Get ready, new characters are on the way! Click to LISTEN!
The season 5 finale of Once Upon A Time airs May 15, and it’s going to be epic. Jennifer Morrison, 37, stopped by HollywoodLife’s podcast to reveal finale spoilers that will have every Oncer going wild. From a “vulnerable” Emma to new characters, this is the scoop only we can tell you!
“I would say it’s a good assumption that we’re going to get out [of the Underworld],” Jennifer said on HollywoodLife’s podcast. “We’re going to see Emma the most vulnerable she’s ever been, which I think is the strongest she’s ever been because it takes an incredible amount of strength to allow yourself to be vulnerable.”
Whoa. Emma has been through the wringer over the course of this season. From becoming the Dark One to killing Hook, the girl’s faced so many hardships. Hopefully Emma gets a happy ending in the finale and lets go of some of the guilt she feels because her parents joined her in the Underworld.
“She is incredibly grateful that they have come down into the Underworld with her to try help her save Hook, who means a lot to her,” Jennifer told us. “But it provokes a tremendous guilt in her because she is worried, god forbid anything goes wrong, it’s going to be because they came to help her. I think she’s in a peaceful place in terms of understanding the decision her parents made and letting her guard down.”
Once Upon A Time has a knack for introducing new characters. From the Frozen crew to King Arthur’s posse, fans are always looking forward to seeing what characters come on the show next. Jennifer teased, “We’re going to see the beginning of the new literary characters that are going to join the show next year.”
Working on a TV series like Once Upon A Time requires hours and hours of work. Jennifer started getting migraines while working on the show, and she’s partnered with More To Migraine to help others suffering from migraines.
“I still get them about twice a month,” Jennifer admitted. “Exhaustion is a big part of it, which is hard because we work long hours. My day is usually about 16 hours.” She wishes she had known about MoreToMigraine.com sooner because she “would’ve gotten to a solution much faster.” Learn more at MoreToMigraine.com.
HollywoodLifers, are you excited for the Once Upon A Time finale? What are you theories about how the gang will get out of the Underworld? Let us know!