The sixth season of “Once Upon a Time” is down to its last two episodes, but ABC has yet to announce the renewal of “Once Upon a Time” Season 7. However, the show’s final chapters are said to be giving closure to its story and might open a new phase if ever it gets renewed.

Its home network is expected to announce if the fairy tale television series will be renewed or canceled in the coming week before of its upfront presentation. Now that Emma (Jennifer Morrison) is going to end the Final Battle, fans have to see what’s coming up next.

A complete ending

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the show’s executive producer Edward Kitsis talked about if this will be the drama series’ finale or its story will still continue in “Once Upon a Time” Season 7. The showrunner believed that if he reveals that the two-hour special episode will be the series’ finale, the internet world will judge if it’s the best or the worst.

The only thing he could say about the upcoming final episode is it won’t give any cliffhangers and will have a complete ending. Although he, too, can’t believe it, they are not going to give “crazy" finale this time and he quite feels unsatisfied about it. Kitsis went on to say that this might be, indeed, the show’s final year and they somehow feel like they have completed its story, so the next chapter will have a totally new narrative that would be fully different.

Executive producers take on the final episode

It has been said that if “Once Upon a Time” Season 7 will push through; there will be a character reset. Another executive producer Adam Horowitz said to the same publication that a lot of what they have been doing for the last six years is going to end at the season finale. And, they hope that it will be satisfying for everyone, including them.

As they are going to move forward after the end of the show, they are hoping that viewers will get what they are trying to do in the next chapter. Kitsis continued to say that if there is one thing that “OUAT” has done, it is reinventing itself each year to feature different shows in one program. He admitted that they have to end some of its stories, but it has the ability to regenerate and return.

Meanwhile, the television series’ bosses also have something to say about “Once Upon a Time” Season 7. Horowitz explained that the new chapter is not necessarily a complete overhaul as they have no plans to say goodbye to every character and never see them again. Although they are trying to complete the story of everyone, it doesn’t mean that they don’t have other tales to tell.