Nov 02, 2016 07:12 AM EDT

Alan Dale Returns as King George in 'Once upon a Time'

By Paula

Prince Charming will have to face King George once more, as Alan Dale returns to "Once Upon A Time."

This season the Charmings are facing a lot of problems with Emma's visions and the Evil Queen disturbing the peace of Storybrooke. Charming is investigating his biological father's death.

King George was not confused when Charming's father died in a cart accident. In a previous interview ,the executive producers explained that there's a possibility for Charming to go to a dark path for vengeance.

They explained that Charming's struggle for vengeance is not over yet. They said that this will certainly have an impact with his relationship with Snow White and his entire family.

They admitted that it will be disappointing not to pick up from Charming's untold story. They said that by the end of the season fans will sure find the answer to this mystery.

Charming decided to investigate this after the Evil Queen said that his father might not have died because of a drunk wagon accident. King George may know more information on the death of Charming's father, TV Guide reported.

They reported that King George will give more problems to Charming and Snow as they try to save their daughter. Emma was prophesized to be killed by a mysterious hooded figure.

Edward Katsis and Adam Horowitz, OUAT executive producer, explained that King George will give trouble for Snow and Charming. They also explained that the King's return will shine a new light on their past and their future.

Dale will also return with Sean Maguire, who plays Robin Hood in the series. King George is a posthumous villain in OUAT that appeared in Season 1.

King George recruited David (Prince Charming) to replace his son James, who is David's twin brother. David then joined Snow White to rebel against him.

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