Articles by Sarah Perchikoff

About Sarah Perchikoff (3 Articles)
Sarah’s background is in non-fiction and blog writing as well as editing. Sarah’s passions include social justice, fandom, and french fries. She currently cohabitates with her miniature dachshund, Gracie.

‘Once Upon a Time’ Has a Consent Problem

December 7, 2017 // 1 Comment

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For seven seasons, Once Upon a Time has grouped together packs of fairytale characters and allowed us to catch a glimpse of how they interact, solve problems, and slay monsters (both real and internal ones). We have seen characters find love, experience heartbreak, deal with self-doubt, find and lose their magic, and literally kill dragons. And when dealing with magic, Once Upon a Time has showed us that some villains put on disguises to get something out of another character that they //

Fairy-tale Reboot: ‘Once Upon a Time’ is Back With a Ton of New Stories

October 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

Once Upon a Time is back at last! After a five month hiatus, the hit fairy tale series is coming back to television for its seventh season and almost everything has changed. (Don’t freak out!) Henry Mills, the little nugget we were all introduced to in season one, is now all grown up and has decided to look into the other books he found in the Sorcerer’s mansion. Since his family’s book is now closed and everyone got their happy ending (or beginning), he is looking for a new adventure. //

Is There Hope for the Future of ‘Once Upon a Time’?

June 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

Warning: This article contains spoilers for the sixth season of Once Upon a Time. Now that the news has been released about cast members leaving and the series finale has aired, the wait is on to see what the new, rebooted Once Upon a Time (OUAT) is going to be like. At the end of the season six finale, we saw a grown-up Henry Mills (Andrew J. West) opening the door of his #815 apartment to the sight of a little girl named Lucy (Alison Fernandez), who claimed to be his daughter. This perfectly //