While still on its midseason break, a lot of people are now talking about the next “Once Upon a Time” Season 7. The next installment of the fairy tale television series remains uncertain as some of the show’s major characters now hint at their exit.

The show’s executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis earlier revealed that the seventh season will be reorganized as they are planning to hit the reset button. Hence, this might lead to some major characters’ exit.

Stars that might not appear in ‘Once Upon A Time’ Season 7

In an interview, Robert Carlyle, who plays the role of Rumpelstiltskin, is not yet sure of his future in the next chapter of “OUAT.” "By the end of this month, I'm going to hit a crossroads and I'm going to have to make some decisions," he told Digital Spy.

The 55-year-old star revealed that the decision he is going to make is for his family and not really for himself. The actor also explained that he has been out and about in Canada for the past eight years for the filming of the ABC series and although his kids already used living in Vancouver, he has to think about their future.

However, Carlyle then added that he might still be on the seventh season of “OUAT,” but things remain uncertain. His statement followed #Jennifer Morrison’s, who portrays the lead star Emma Swan, claim that she can’t be on the show forever when she was asked about the television series’ future. "My contract ends in April on ‘Once Upon a Time.’ I don't know what that means."

ABC explains ‘Once Upon A Time’ Season 7 Future

ABC Chief Channing Dungey talked about the future of “OUAT” at the recent Television Critics Association’s press tour and the plans of Horowitz and Kitsis.

The television executive explained that the two EPs are eyeing to make the show’s season seven as “a springboard in a new direction,” but this doesn’t exactly means that its original cast won’t return.

“It’s just: How do you kind of hit the reset button in a way that gives you an opportunity to expand the stories that we’re telling?” Dungey said. She, too, addressed the exit of some characters saying, “Whenever there’s change, there’s always a transition.”