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ONCE UPON A TIME with TRUE BLOOD Kristin Bauer van Straten
A fairy tale show is getting a vampire twist with True Blood’s Kristin Bauer van Straten temporarily leaving HBO for a one-episode guest appearance on ABC’s new Once Upon a Time. Bauer, who plays Eric’s second-in-command, Pam De Beaufort, on True Blood, might be leaving the fangs behind but nobody will be confusing her for Snow White or Little Red Riding Hood.
The True Blood favorite will be portraying the evil sorceress, Maleficent, from Sleeping Beauty on Episode 2 of Once Upon a Time, which will air on Sunday, October 30th at 8/7c. The role was originally intended for Paula Marshall (Californication), but TVLine reports that the producers “decided to go in a different direction.”
The new ABC show revolves around Emma Swan, a young woman who may or may not be the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming that was magically whisked away to the real world when the land of fairy tales was placed under a curse. Now, with the help of her 10-year-old son, she ventures through the town of Storybrooke with the hope of discovering why so many of the town’s inhabitants remind her of fairy tale characters, although the townspeople themselves have no memory of their former lives.
Once Upon a Time premieres on Sunday, October 23rd.