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New 'Once Upon a Time' 2.10 Promo Teases Hope, Love, Revenge and Power

December 24, 2012 (2:41 am) GMT
'Family secrets are revealed,' and 'the spell that kept them in Storybrooke is finally broken' when 'The Cricket Game' returns to ABC on January 6, 2013.

A new promo for "" season 2 episode 10 has been made available for viewing pleasure. It promises that the upcoming episode of the twisted fairy tale series will wrap up the story of hope, love, revenge and power in a "magical package." The Evil Queen herself teases that "things are about to change radically."

Compared to previosly-released preview, this new one gives more look at some new scenes. Building the anticipation of the new episode, the footage also gives clues that fearsome rivalries will flash, "family secrets are revealed," and "the spell that kept them in Storybrooke is finally broken."

In "The Cricket Game", Regina is accused of murdering one of the town's most beloved fairytale characters -- but only Emma senses that she may be innocent. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale land that was, after capturing the Evil Queen, Snow White and Prince Charming set about planning her public execution in order to rid the land of her murderous tyranny.

The fantasy drama series will go on hiatus and return with the second half of the sophomore season in January 2013. The next episode will air on January 6, 2013 on ABC at 8/7c.



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