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News and Rumors, Television ♦ August 06, 2021

SBS and National Indigenous Television (NITV) are proud to announce the award-winning cast and creative team behind its new original fiction commission True Colours, as filming commences in the breathtakingly beautiful Yeperenye (MacDonnell Ranges), east of Mparntwe (Alice Springs).

Rarriwuy Hick (Redfern Now, Cleverman, Wentworth) spearheads a talented ensemble playing Detective Toni Alma, who is assigned to investigate a suspicious car accident in Perdar Theendar, the Indigenous community she left as a child and has had little to do with over the years.

The beauty of Indigenous art and the sometimes-devious practices in the global art market take Detective Toni Alma on an epic hunt for a killer. Spanning her small Northern Territory community and art galleries across the globe, this is a murder mystery like no other; exploring culture, community and the very human pursuit of identity and belonging in this new four-part crime drama from Bunya Productions, with the support of Screen Australia’s First Nations Department, Screen NSW, Screen Territory and International partner About Premium Content.

The series came from an original concept by Arrernte singer-songwriter Warren H. Williams and co-creator, writer and director Erica Glynn. Warren H. Williams will star alongside Luke Arnold (Never Tear Us Apart, Black Sails), Erroll Shand (Operation Buffalo, Mystery Road, Rake), Emilie de Ravin (Remember Me, Lost, Once Upon A Time), Trisha Morton Thomas (Total Control, Redfern Now, Radiance), Ben Oxenbould (The Kettering Incident, Mr InBetween, Mystery Road) and Miranda Otto (The Unusual Suspects, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Lord of the Rings).

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Gallery, Television ♦ February 19, 2020

Way back in 2004 about a month after the pilot of Lost aired, Emilie made a guest appearance on the television series CSI: Miami. I have replaced our dvd quality screencaps with HD ones. Enjoy!

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News and Rumors, Television ♦ March 21, 2018

More of Once Upon a Time‘s original stars are returning for the show’s final episode.

Jennifer Morrison, Josh Dallas, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Emilie de Ravin are all set to appear in the series finale, EW has learned.

Morrison (Emma Swan), Dallas (Prince Charming), and Goodwin (Snow White) had all been with the show since the pilot, while de Ravin (Belle) joined the show halfway through season 1 before being promoted to regular in season 2. The quartet exited the series at the end of season 6 ahead of the rebooted seventh season, though Morrison and de Ravin both appeared in one episode earlier this season.

“Seven years after we set off on this magical journey, we prepare to say goodbye to the cast, crew and writers that made the ‘happily ever after’ that is Once Upon a Time possible,” executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis say. “We couldn’t think of a more fitting way to say farewell than by reuniting so many of the characters that our fiercely loyal fans spent years with on their adventures. We hope everyone joins our Once family, old and new, for what we hope will be the sendoff of a lifetime befitting this stellar cast and its incomparable fans.”

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Television ♦ October 21, 2017

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News and Rumors, Television ♦ August 28, 2017

Emilie de Ravin will return for at least one episode during Once Upon a Time‘s seventh season, EW has learned exclusively.

The actress, who first joined the ABC fairy tale drama in season 1 as Belle of Beauty and the Beast fame, exited OUAT as a series regular alongside five other actors at the close of season 6. However, when EW sat down with executive producers Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, and David H. Goodman to conduct the first edition of The Hot Seat for season 7, the trio confirmed that de Ravin would return in episode 4 to provide an update on Belle.

At the close of the season, Belle and the other residents of Storybrooke seemed to get their happy endings. However, in a flash-forward to the future, Henry’s (Andrew J. West) daughter Lucy (Alison Fernandez) said his family needed his help, leaving fans worried about the fates of their favorite characters — especially since many of them would not return in full capacity. That was particularly prevalent with Belle since de Ravin would not be returning full-time, while Robert Carlyle would be continuing as Rumple.

Since the announcement, Emilie has filmed her return which features a flashback to her and Rumpelstiltskin’s son’s first birthday.

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Gallery, Television ♦ May 22, 2017

Last week I finished uploading screencaps and production stills from Emilie’s final season as a regular on Once Upon a Time. Enjoy!

A huge thank you to FarFarAwaySite!

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