“Once Upon a Time” only just closed it’s fall chapter but the ABC show’s creators already have some magical storylines up their sleeves.

Following Sunday’s midseason finale, creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis have dished some of their plans for the back half of Season 6, including new versions of characters to expect in 2017, as well as fun plotlines ahead. Before the series returns in March, take a look at 11 things viewers can anticipate going into in Season 6B.

Premiere Episode

Belle (Emilie de Ravin) and Rumple’s (Robert Carlyle) son Gideon (Giles Matthey) was revealed to be evil during Sunday’s conclusion, and his backstory will play heavily in the new installments.

“That is the question for the second half, which is what happened to him? Who has he become?” Kitsis told TV Guide. “We know who Belle wanted him to become, and the answers to that will be revealed right in the premiere.”

Regular Leaving?

Following fan speculation that Emma Swan actress Jennifer Morrison may be planning to bid her starring role bid adieu, Horowitz revealed on Twitter Wednesday that no “regular” is leaving the series by February, as some rumors indicated. Some fans remain unconvinced, however.

Black Fairy Deets

In the midseason finale Belle and Rumple learned that their son had been taken by the Black Fairy (Jaime Murray). With their baby in the hand’s of Rumple’s evil mother, viewers will get to see more of the villainous character going forward. Horowitz told TVLine the episodes will be exploring the Black Fairy’s “past and present and learning more about Rumple’s relationship to his mother and the strange land from which she hails.”

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Rumple and Belle’s romance has been on the back burner for quite some time, but their fight to win back their son may just bring their love to the forefront. When asked if fans should hold out hold for their reunion, Kitsis said they should. “This is a show about hope,” he told TV Guide. “... People split up. They come together and I have hope for them.”

More Snow White

Snow White/Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin) may be in a sleeping curse, but Horowitz confirmed to fans recently that she won’t be sleeping the entire back half of the season.

@camthenorwegian no. That's not her only story.

— Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) December 7, 2016

Regina’s Struggle

When viewers last saw Regina (Lana Parrilla) she was reunited with the alternative reality version of her late true love, Robin Hood (Sean Maguire). It’s unknown what lies ahead of the couple, but Regina will have a tough time.

“She was on a path to move forward and now she’s in an alternate world with a Robin who was created by a wish. We’ll have to see what happens,” Kitsis revealed. One thing is for certain, however, Robin won’t be the one fans are used to. Kitsis has described Macguire’s character as being “new” and “different.”

Aladdin the Savior

Viewers haven’t seen the last of Aladdin (Deniz Akdeniz) just yet. Horowitz has hinted more of the Savior mythology will be explored, as well as the Aladdin’s storyline, in forthcoming installments.

Another Hook

Alternate reality Robin isn’t the only familiar face Emma and Regina will run into on their adventure, they’ll also stumble across another version of Emma’s beloved Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue). TV Guide reports viewers will see the “wish-realm version” of the swash-buckling pirate. “This may be the first chance Emma has to see her reformed beau as the pirate he once was,” shares the publication.

Hook and Charming

With Emma stuck in an alternate world and Snow White in a sleeping curse, Emma’s dad David/Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) and Hook will have to step up and save the day. “They both love Emma and she’s in deep danger,” Horowitz said.

Script Tease

Horowitz recently gave fans a special treat, posting one line from a 2017 episode. The line is Morrison’s and simple has her saying, “It’s Emma.” It’s unclear whose she’s speaking to but being that she’s stuck in an alternate reality, it’s clear she’s talking to someone who doesn’t recognize her. Could it be Robin?

Here's our first #OnceUponATime #scripttease of the spring -- hope to see ya in March! (And thanks for watching!) pic.twitter.com/B38pcbJw0u

— Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) December 6, 2016

Tension in Storybrooke

Now that it’s revealed Gideon is the one who kills Emma in her vision, things are going to get a little messy. With everyone in Storybook being related, Kitsis teased to TV Guide there will be some serious tension between Emma, Rumple, Belle and the rest of the gang.

“What we sometimes forget is that Gold is actually Henry’s [Jared S. Gilmore] grandpa, and they’re all weirdly tied together. I think that you have Rumple and Belle looking out for their child, and you’re going to have the Charmings looking out for Emma. I would say the family is going to be divided.”

“Once Upon a Time” returns to ABC in March 2017. A premiere date has not been announced.