‘Once Upon a Time’ Season 2 Premiere Sneak Peek: Why Are They Still in Storybrooke?

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Once Upon a Time season 2 premieres at the very end of the month, on September 30, at 8 p.m., and while the curse may be broken and magic may be coming to Storybrooke, there are still many questions left to answer. The latest sneak peek addresses one of them.

OUaT Season 2 Episode 1 “Broken” Clip

"Broken" Photo Credit: Jack Rowand/ABCOne clip is already out showing the townspeople going after Regina and her ready to use magic against them, only for it to be revealed she’s powerless. Now, there’s another clip out teasing what happens when the Charming family (all reunited) get their hands on Regina.

The Once Upon a Time season 2 premiere clip for episode 1 “Broken” (below) shows the Charming family locking Regina up in a cell. Why haven’t they returned home since the curse is now broken? Regina explains, “There’s nothing to go back to. That land is gone.” Once they leave, Rumplestiltskin joins her as she tries to get herself out. “Magic is different here,” he tells her. Will Regina let that stop her? It’s not likely.

Well, it is good to at least see the entire Charming family together. It doesn’t look like they exactly have time to sit down and discuss everything, but at least they’re working together. How quickly will that change though? There are certainly things they need to talk about that they shouldn’t put off too long, but right now, they are a bit busy figuring things out. The town is likely to look their way (after all, they’re Prince Charming and Snow White) for some guidance, but what will happen next with Regina? She’s not going to stay locked in that cell for too long, and magic has come to Storybrooke. Anything can happen.

What do you think of the latest Once Upon a Time season 2 episode 1 sneak peek from the premiere “Broken”?

Photo Credit: Jack Rowand/ABC

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