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Once Upon a Time Books Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens—Get the Scoop!

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A fan favorite Downton Abbey character has found a new life on magical series.

Once Upon a Time has enlisted the help of the always-dashing Dan Stevens to mesmerize fans with his charming voice in a one-of-a-kind special, E! News exclusively reports. This Sunday, Storybrooke-lovers can tune into Once Upon a Time: Wicked is Coming, an hour-long special, to refresh their memories after the long hiatus, and learn behind-the-scenes secrets on what's head for the spell-binding series.  

Stevens will use his swoon-worthy voice to narrate this all inclusive catch-up, which will feature interviews with the Once Upon a Time cast, as well as exclusive insight from co-creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. Listening to Steven's prince-like, British accent for an hour? Count us in!

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Fun fact: This isn't Steven's only voiceover TV work as he's the voice of TIM, the super-computer on the CW's freshman drama The Tomorrow People!

Wicked is Coming will feature an in-depth look at the role that family plays in the show. In addition to helping us sort out the gigcantic family tree (because let's face it: everyone is related on this show!) the mid-season special will highlight our heroes journey from breaking the curse way back in season one to addressing the ramifications of magic in our favorite world.

And not to worry, fairy dust fans! Stevens will also help recap Peter Pan's (Robbie Kay) evil plots in Neverland. All of this leads up to the midseason premiere and the anticipated debut of Rebecca Mader as Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, as we exclusively revealed.

Once Upon a Time: Wicked is Coming will air thus Sunday at 7 p.m. om ABC.

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