|Show Title||Once Upon A Time: Season 4|
|Release Date:||28th September 2014|
AFTER the huge worldwide phenomenon of Disney‘s Frozen, American TV show Once Upon A Time have adapted the enchanting tale of Elsa and Anna.
Earning $1.219 billion worldwide, it’s fair to say if you haven’t heard of Frozen, you have definitely been living under an icy rock for the last year.
Once Upon A Time is an American TV show that entails a new world of once, fairy tale legends and modern life. The main character Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) grew up as an orphan in the real world. Her life was normal until her child, she gave up stands on her doorstep demanding she has an important role to pursue. He convinces her that she is the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming.
As the seasons unfold we are welcomed with the likely of Disney and fairy tale characters in human form such as Ariel, the evil queen, Hook, Rumpelstiltskin and the seven dwarfs. As the fairy tale world collides with present day Storybrooke, the characters are left to live in modern life with multiple troubles along the way with mystical magic and an unexpected arrival from Arrendelle.
As Once upon A Time have captured each childhood story and Disney film, it only felt fitting for them to carry on the performance from Frozen with a couple of twists along the way.
Nearly a third through the fourth season now, any Frozen fan will enjoy seeing their favourite characters brought to life and the beautiful story continued in a way you would never expect.
Does Anna marry Kristoff? Can Elsa control her powers? All is revealed in this weekly TV show. What’s even more interesting, as you continue to get to grips with Elsa in adult form, you realise that the characters in Storybrooke may know her more than what they led on.
Once Upon A Time is a perfect example of how old stories can be brought back to life in such an amazing way, with a range of English and American actors playing the princes, princesses, queens and servants.
The tales we once known as children have been dramatically changed for where we see how each character somehow are linked together. Not all is what it seems. And in my opinion kitsis and horowitz (creators) have done a great job to keep all these magical stories renewed and linked for four seasons now.
Frozen is just what they needed to prove how different and unique the show is. The characters are played by older people, but we can still watch and relate to them by how much they look like the cartoons and how their personality and attributes resemble the books and films.
Once Upon A Time is on every Sunday at 9pm on ABC America.