Once Upon a Time Tonight: “The Girl in the Tower” Once Upon a Time Tonight: “The Girl in the Tower”
Preview images for the Once Upon a Time episode "The Girl in the Tower" Once Upon a Time Tonight: “The Girl in the Tower”

“The Girl in the Tower” is the title of a new episode of Once Upon a Time airing tonight (March 23) on ABC, and the network has released an official description to promote it.

Here are the new spoilers; some preview images follow below.

Rogers works to prove Tilly’s innocence in the case of the Blind Baker’s death, while Ivy attempts to make amends with Anastasia, and Samdi makes a revealing confession to Roni. Meanwhile, in a faraway realm, Alice forms an unbreakable bond, on “Once Upon a Time,” FRIDAY, MARCH 23 (8:00–9:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

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ONCE UPON A TIME - "The Girl in the Tower" - Rogers works to prove Tilly's innocence in the case of the Blind Baker's death, while Ivy attempts to make amends with Anastasia, and Samdi makes a revealing confession to Roni. Meanwhile, in a faraway realm, Alice forms an unbreakable bond, on "Once Upon a Time," FRIDAY, MARCH 23 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Jack Rowand)LANA PARRILLA, COLIN O’DONOGHUE, ANDREW J. WEST, DANIA RAMIREZ

Once Upon a Time stars Lana Parrilla as Regina/Roni, Robert Carlyle as Rumpelstiltskin/Weaver, Colin O’Donoghue as Hook/Rogers, Andrew J. West as Henry Mills, Gabrielle Anwar as Lady Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey, Dania Ramirez as Cinderella/Jacinda, Alison Fernandez as Lucy, and Mekia Cox as Sabine/Tiana.

Guest starring in this episode are Rebecca Mader as Zelena/Kelly, Rose Reynolds as Alice/Tilly, Adelaide Kane as Drizella/Ivy, Emma Booth as The Witch/Gothel/Eloise Gardener, Daniel Francis as Dr. Facilier/Mr. Samdi, Yael Yurman as Anastasia and Tiera Skovbye as Robin/Margot.

“The Girl in the Tower” was written by Dana Horgan & Leah Fong, and directed by Antonio Negret.

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KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.