Once Upon a Time is no longer on Netflix. All seven seasons of the fan-favorite drama left the popular streaming service on Saturday, Sept. 5. However, all hope is not lost! Even though Once Upon a Time is not on Netflix anymore, the ABC show isn't disappearing from the streaming world altogether; it's simply moving to Disney+, the streaming service of ABC's parent company.
Once Upon a Time will be available to stream in its entirety on Disney+ beginning Friday, Sept. 18 (see what else is coming to Disney+ this month). That means after a short break you'll once again be able to watch (or rewatch!) the series and mourn the way the writers wasted the talent of Jamie Dornan as the Huntsman early on.
The show, which ran from 2011 until 2018, was set in two worlds: the real world of our own lives and a fairy-tale world. The series initially followed Jennifer Morrison's Emma Swan, the only daughter of Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), who grew up in the real world after being transported from the Enchanted Forest as a baby. When Emma is reunited with the son she gave up for adoption at birth (Jared Gilmore), they travel to Storybrooke, Maine, and discover the town is populated by fairy-tale characters, like the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla), Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle), and Belle (Emilie de Ravin). Of course, thanks to a dark curse, they have no recollection of who they are, their past, or the events that sent them to a world without magic. It is up to Emma as the Savior to break the curse and free everyone from their fate.