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Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 1 Season 2014

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (229) IMDb 7.1/10

In Victorian England, the young and beautiful Alice tells a tale of a strange new land that exists on the other side of a rabbit hole.

Starring:
Sophie Lowe, Michael Socha

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1. Down the Rabbit Hole

Alice's stories about Wonderland get her admitted to an asylum.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 10, 2013
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2. Trust Me

A flashback reveals how Alice and Cyrus fell in love.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 17, 2013
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3. Forget Me Not

Will Scarlet convinces Robin Hood's Merry Men to steal from Maleficent.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: October 24, 2013
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4. The Serpent

Alice must decide on whether to use one of her wishes.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 7, 2013
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5. Heart of Stone

Will Scarlet and Anastasia pass into Wonderland.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 14, 2013
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6. Who's Alice

The Knave is awakened by magic with the help of an unlikely ally.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: November 21, 2013
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7. Bad Blood

Alice learns her father is in Wonderland.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: December 5, 2013
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8. Home

In flashback, we learn about Cyrus' origin story.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: December 12, 2013
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9. Nothing to Fear

Lizard is granted three wishes after releasing the Knave.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 6, 2014
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10. Dirty Little Secrets

The Red Queen and the Knave are faced with the Jabberwocky.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 13, 2014
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11. Heart of the Matter

Cyrus and Alice uncover alarming information.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 20, 2014
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12. To Catch a Thief

The Knave does Jafar's bidding. In the past, the Knave hunts for Alice.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 27, 2014
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13. And They Lived...

Jafar imprisons the Jabberwocky; Alice and the White Rabbit form an army.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 3, 2014
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I suspect all of us Once Upon a Time fans were the primary target audience for Wonderland and so I obediently tuned in (rather excitedly I might add) for the premiere to find a very fantasy-laden, well-crafted, fictional drama that definitely distinguishes itself from the majority of prime-time television entertainment.

Alice - The central character and number one reason we'll either tune in or out each week and may I just say they chose an excellent actress in Sophie Lowe to portray her. This grown-up version of Alice is self-reliant, witty, and very gifted in hand-to-hand combat.

The Red Queen (Emma Rigby) is cute and psychotic (great performance) and omg, the addition of another villain such as Jafar and the potential of expanded realms... LUV it! John Lithgow as the voice of the white rabbit is immediately recognizable whereas the CGI for this character is surprisingly sharp and the animation fluid. The Knave of Hearts is a great, roguish sidekick with a nice comedic factor and I can't wait till they bring in Jefferson/mad hatter as a crossover character and I suspect if they eventually include the rest of the cast from Aladdin it would be absolutely epic.

This is an ambitious series (reminiscent of the 2000 ABC mini-series "Arabian Nights") and although originally touted as a Once Upon for a younger audience, thematically it reminds me a little of the video game "Alice: Madness Returns" due to a light macabre feel (a bit like the recent Tim Burton film), however I would suggest it feels fairly mature whereas a smaller cast than original Once Upon allows for a bit more individual character complexity.
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A spinoff of "Once Upon A Time", ABC has remade "Alice In Wonderland" in the same not so traditional manner. Alice, played by Sophie Rowe, is now all grownup and is more than the mere girl in the cute dress. Alice is brave, adventurous, witty and has some serious fighting skills. And even more importantly to this story, Alice is now in love. So this is where our story starts to unfold. You see, after Alice fell to Wonderland, then returned to England, the welcoming back was not so welcome. Believing her love, Cyrus, was dead she had all but given up. And as the frontal lobotomy approached, the Knave Of Hearts took with him Alice and both did run away(see comments for the Queen of Hearts poem).

As with Storyland, Wonderland is a visual delight at times. It is rich, colorful and very similar to the "Once Upon A Time" version of Wonderland. It also has a dark side which is just as intriguing. Since we are off to a new adventure, the first two episodes have been interesting and have left me with a positive feeling about the show.

So, just to be clear, Cora, the Queen of Hearts is not our villainess in Wonderland. Alice now faces the Red Queen, played by Emma Rigby. Rigby, with red pouty lips and red dress, is starting to show her wicked side as she teams up with Jafar, her evil counterpart. I will admit, although the Red Queen does have an impressive wardrobe, it pales in comparison to Regina's(so far).

Jafar (the villain from Disney's "Aladdin") is played by Naveen Andrews (Sayid from "Lost"). Andrews even looks like the character from the Disney animation. He is magical, has a flying carpet and a serpent staff with glowing red eyes. He is on a mission, and neither the Red Queen nor Alice is going to stand in his way. (Nice to see Sayid again).
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Does ABC realize that a lot of people watched this online, or DVR?? Life happens & we can't always be sitting right in front of the tv with it on that channel at that exact time. I have kids and thats bedtime, so I had to DVR most of the time. I thought this series was whimsical & addictive. The ending always had me wanting more...and isn't that what you want in a show? To leave them wanting more, waiting for the next episode. I found it entertaining and started to really like the characters. Now it's over...oh well, onto the next dumb reality show ABC. I will miss this show.
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Fun for adults! I'm tired of the stupid reality shows and dumb comedies... here is a show with the fun of childhood fairy tales but the consequences and complexity of adulthood. Great way to unwind and relax! Rich graphics with characters that are engrossing. Love how they 'bend' the stories to what "really" happened.
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Like it's parent show Once Upon A Time, Wonderland sometimes leaves things to be explored later. At times the back and forth nature might work against it. Yet ultimately it's the show's greatest strength. Giving the writers unlimited freedom to develop the characters and story. Making the journey more interesting the deeper down the rabbit hole you go. Hopefully Disney will give us more seasons. I'm not ready to stop exploring the magic in Wonderland.
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As a fan of the original OUAT, I was skeptical of this spin off. But, OUAT in Wonderland is a super little series. Love the characters, LOVE the resolution at the end of the 13 episodes. There are a couple of little things I didn't love (the red queen was kind of strange and a couple parts were overly violent in a mostly family-friendly show) but in all, it was a neat escape into Wonderland. I love the way the writers cared about the loyal viewers and they wrote endings for the characters. I appreciated this ` sense of closure at the end of the series. The characters are good - love the conflict in Will and the optimism in Alice - and the story is fun. Great fantasy TV series.
BTW, I watched this with my 11 yr old daughter and it provided great school lessons. For example, we discussed the leaps and inconsistencies in the storyline and the motivations of the characters. Like the other OUAT, the writers create new connections between otherwise unconnected characters - great model of how to approach an already known subject in new, creative ways. For us, the show was a fun and mostly lightweight vehicle for literary analysis.
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