Thanks to the talents of my friend Claudia at Never Enough Design we have an all new look at the main site and in the gallery! Enjoy!
The entire gallery is now online! If you notice any errors or missing images please leave a comment and let me know!
Thank you so much for your patience!
Just over a month until the season premiere of Once Upon a Time … CAN’T WAIT! And Entertainment Weekly gives us the first look at the new season with a picture of The Dark Swan.
After the Darkness consumed her in the Once Upon a Time finale, Emma is going to have a little help in becoming the new Dark One, a.k.a. the Dark Swan.
EW has an exclusive first look photo from the upcoming season premiere, in which Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) appears to offer Emma (Jennifer Morrison) a hand in controlling her new powers. “If you’re going to be the Dark One, gotta learn from the best,” executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis coyly tease.
The real twist of the first look (seen in full below) lies with Rumple. The last we saw of his Storybrooke counterpart, Mr. Gold was put into a coma to save his life after the Darkness was expelled from his body. An answer may be found here.
Once Upon a Time returns Sunday, Sept. 27, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Well we are mostly moved! Ginnifer Goodwin Online is at it’s new host Stars.bz. So grateful for their willingness to host us! The main site is all here but it will take me a little longer to get all the images in the gallery re-upload. Thanks for bearing with me during all of this moving business!
Hello Ginny fans!
Unfortunately our fansite hosting service has closing its doors. As of Monday 10th August, the site will be offline.
I am already working to have it moved to another host, so hopefully the downtime won’t be extensive. Please, be sure to follow us on twitter at @GinniferGOnline to be updated on the site’s status.
Thanks for your continued support! We will be back!
In case you weren’t able to watch Ginnifer’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are? Here are a few clips I was able to find online for you to watch.
Last night Ginnifer’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are aired on TLC. What a beautifully heartbreaking story of Ginnifer’s Great-Grandmother Nellie. I have added two stills that were released from TLC.
When Once Upon A Time star Ginnifer Goodwin signed up to take part in the new season of TLC’s Who Do You Think You Are, the genealogy show that helps celebrities dig into family history, she had no idea what she was in for.
“When my grandfather was alive he never wanted to discuss his parents,” Goodwin, 37, tells PEOPLE. “A few years ago when I was still on Big Love, my father and I tried tracing my paternal great-grandparents on our own, but gave up pretty quickly. We didn’t know what we were doing.”
So recently Goodwin reached out to Who Do You Think You Are? for help. “They researched for about seven months before deciding that there was an abundant amount of material,” Goodwin says. “It’s astounding what they found.”
On the season premiere, Goodwin discovers why her grandfather, who left home at age 11, kept his parents a secret for all of those years. “There is an incredible paper trail when your relatives were criminally inclined,” Goodwin says.
In the exclusive clip above, Goodwin finds out that her paternal great-grandmother Nellie went to jail for dealing drugs, just one of several criminal activities her father’s grandparents were involved in.
“I not only sobbed the whole week of filming, but my husband (Once costar Josh Dallas), watched it with me and it gutted us all over again,” Goodwin says. “I never dreamt that I would be made to feel like I actually know these people. I got such an intimate look into their lives. I now understand that they were greatly misunderstood.”
It’s an episode that executive producer and The Comeback star Lisa Kudrow is extremely proud of. “A lot of people think their family history will be dull, but we know that if they were humans, they weren’t dull,” Kudrow tells PEOPLE. “It’s unbelievable what we were able to find out for Ginnifer.”
And the experience means the world to the Goodwin. “It’s important for my son (Oliver, 13 months) to know his history,” Goodwin says. “Life experiences become this patchwork, like a quilt that we wrap around us and our ancestors are very much a part of that. My great-grandparents didn’t get the Goodwin love, so I feel like it’s important for Oliver to somehow give them that love retroactively.”