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‘Once Upon A Time’ season 3 spring promo ‘There’s flying monkeys in this town’

ABC has released the spring promo for the second half of season 3 of “Once Upon a Time” and they couldn’t have packed more juicy tidbits in there if they tried. On Feb. 17, Spoiler TV shared the season 3 spring promo and you have to see it to believe it! There are spoilers ahead and in the promo so proceed at your own risk!

‘Once Upon A Time’ season 3 spring promo ‘There’s flying monkeys in this town’
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The 30 second promo opens with the words “Be Prepared”, then “She’s Coming.” We all know who that is. We see a caped Prince Charming sheath his sword before it cuts to that familiar scene of the green one walking into Storybrooke at night.

As the screen flashes the words, “The Arrival” we see…wait for it…winged monkeys and one of them swoops in and picks someone up off the road. The gang all seems to be back in Storybrooke and they are trying to figure out what to do. David asks, “How do we find this wicked witch?” Dr. Whale is seen rushing to the aid of someone being brought in by EMS personnel on a gurney.

In a creepy clip, the hand of the Wicked Witch – you can tell be the green skin tone – offers a potion bottle with clear liquid to someone. Then a hairy, human-like arm reaches for it. Could it be a flying monkey? What spell is she casting?

There are glimpses of Hook and one of Emma hugging Henry to her as if to comfort him. Prince Charming is lying on the ground either asleep or unconscious as a dark, hooded figure approaches.

In the last clip, the Wicked Witch says defiantly, “I am going to take everything from you.” Regina retorts “Bring it!”

There is so much to see in this video promo, you have to watch it several times to take it all in.

“Once Upon a Time” returns to ABC with the spring premiere for season 3 “New York City Serenade” on March 9.

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