Actors Ginnifer Goodwin And Josh Dallas, Right, From The TV series 'Once Upon A Time.'
Actors Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas (R) from the TV series "Once Upon A Time&" arrive at the 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills February 19, 2013. Reuters

Deceased is the current status of "Once Upon a Time" character Sheriff Graham/Huntsman but there is a possibility that actor Jamie Dornan will return as the Storybrooke character. Executive producers and series creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis talk about wanting the character to show up in the ABC fairy tale drama series.

"Last year, when he did 'Welcome to Storybrooke' for us, it was fantastic to have him come back. He's a friend of ours, he's a friend of the show," Kitsis shared in an E!Online TV Scoop report. However, the executive producer revealed that the OUAT team hopes they could bring Jamie Dornan back, despite his busy filming schedule for "The Fall" and "Fifty Shades of Grey," to reprise the role of Sheriff Graham.

Even Jamie Dornan's "Once Upon a Time" co-star Jennifer Morrison, who portrays Emma Swan in the TV series, teased that the character could return because there was still work for Sheriff Graham to do in Storybrooke. The 35-year-old "House" star admitted that she would love to work again with Jamie Dornan in "Once Upon a Time."

"We're still good friends, and obviously Jamie has quite the schedule. But we're hoping that someday there will be a moment where he's available to come back and reprise some flashbacks of Sheriff Graham," Morrison stated. As for Jamie Dornan, the 32-year-old Norther Irish actor shared to the entertainment Web site that he would love to return as Sheriff Graham in "Once Upon a Time."

"I love those guys, Adam and Eddy, they're like family to me," Dornan declared to a small group of reporters at the 2015 Winter Television Critics Association (TCA) Press Tour. The actor is aware that the avid "Once Upon a Time" fans want Sheriff Graham to return through magic or flashback scenes after Regina/Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) killed him by crushing his heart in "Once Upon a Time" Season 1, episode 7 titled "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter."

"I know there are ways and means [to bring Graham back], but that's something I'm not privy to," Dornan stated. "Once Upon a Time" Season 4 is set to return with the second half episodes starting with episode 13 titled "Darkness on the Edge of Town" on Sunday night, March 1, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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