Season six wraps up the main storyline of our heroes and delivers a pitch perfect ending to a grand show. Once Upon a Time isn't always perfect but season six felt like a true return to form focusing more on our heroes (and villains) and their lives, what makes them tick and answered the age old question, can villains have their happy ending too? Also a first this season was a wonderfully done musical episode that is up there in quality with the best such as, "Once More With Feeling" on Buffy: The Vampire Slayer. As the season begun to wind down I became all to aware of just how much I was going to miss this cast and this story and I will admit that hear about the mass cast exodus (probably due to contracts being up and budget cuts due to fading ratings).
Season 7 is happening, it takes place a decade or so into the future and does still feature some of the primary cast. I will admit that the spoilers so far do have me intrigued and the opening scene for the season seven premiere definitely peaked my interest so I'll no doubt be there. For those who watch this show or just want to know how season six ranked among the other seasons of the show, I will say that it was one of my favorite seasons in awhile and was definitely an upgrade over season five. I'm truly going to miss these characters and Storybrooke!