Once Upon a Time Casts Riverdale Alum Tiera Skovbye As Zelena's Daughter

Once Upon a Time Casts Riverdale Alum Tiera Skovbye As Zelena’s Daughter

Rebecca Mader is expected to return this season for a multi-episode arc; and along with her, her grown up daughter Robin will be making an appearance or two.

Riverdale alum Tiera Skovbye is joining the cast of Once Upon a Time for a recurring role in season 7 as Zelena’s grown-up daughter, Robin — named after her later father Robin Hood (Sean Maguire).

Robin will be a strong-willed rebel of sorts, struggling to find her footing and identity. She’s spent her whole life trying to get out of the shadows of her infamous parents. Being the daughter of the Wicked Witch, who gave up her magic to save the town, and Robin Hood, who was always a known hero, did a number on Robin’s self-esteem growing up. Now that she is older, she’s out there trying to make her name for herself and not one that is linked to one of her parents.

TVLine also reported that Robin will be a love interest for someone on the cast. Who? Only time will tell.

Adult Robin will make her debut in episode 10. Her mother will return around the same time for her multi-episode arc.

Once Upon a Time airs Friday nights at 8:00PM on ABC. 

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Anam Ahmad

Anam is a self proclaimed TV nerd who loves all things TV. Anything with a fantastical or SciFi twist, a drama, or a show produced by Shonda Rhimes usually catches her eye. She’s a DC native so naturally she’s an activist when she’s not sitting in front of the television.

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