We're still unsure whether Once Upon A Time will return for a seventh season or not – but never fear, because producers have promised that whatever happens, the series 6 finale won't leave us feeling woefully incomplete.
Talking to TV Line, producers of the show danced around the rumours surrounding the show's future by saying: "Any changes that we have to accommodate have been accommodated.
"We planned this finale from the beginning of the year, so whoever stays and whoever goes… all those questions have already been dealt with.
"The audience does not have to fear [anything feeling] incomplete."
Once Upon A Time hasn't been officially renewed by its home network ABC yet. Plus, even if the series is picked up for another year, there's likely to be a pretty big shake up of plot and cast.
The four main leads – that's Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), Lana Parrilla (Regina), Robert Carlyle (Rumple) and Colin O'Donoghue (Hook) – have all been in talks to renew their contracts, but other than that, we might be expecting a lot of new characters to be brought in, and some old favourites returning in guest roles only.
But the show bosses are keen to reassure fans that this doesn't mean that the likes of Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin) and David Nolan (Josh Dallas) will disappear completely.
"We wanted to be able to complete this chapter," they said cryptically, "and yet set up the next one."
The series 6 finale – entitled, interestingly enough, 'The Final Battles parts 1 and 2' – will air next month, right after the show's much-anticipated musical episode.
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