TRENDING Published February2, 2016 By Sheree Solis

'Heroes Reborn' Cast Robbie Kay Returns To 'Once Upon A Time'

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Robbie Kay attends the InStyle & HFPA party during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival at the Windsor Arms Hotel on September 12, 2015
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After the second season of "Heroes Reborn" being cancelled, Robbie Kay dishes out regarding the season finale and returning to "Once Upon A Time."

Robbie Kay played Tommy Clark in "Heroes Reborn." The 20-year-old English actor's character was an "awkward teen Evo with a mysterious past."

According to Comic Book Resources, Tommy Clark was actually born Nathan Bennet. He was the son of Claire Bennet, played by Hayden Panettiere, a main character from "Heroes" who did not return to "Reborn."

When asked about his reaction when he found out that Tommy Clark was actually Nathan Bennet, Robbie Kay said that "it was crazy."

"It was crazy to me because I had watched the original show by then," Kay explained.

"I was very much immersed in that world. To suddenly be playing a character, who has a link to two huge fan-favorite characters from the old show, was really awesome."

As previously reported, "Heroes Reborn" will not be having a second season, thus Robbie Kay will be returning to "Once Upon A Time" as the villainous Peter Pan.

Fashion & Style reported that Robbie Kay's Peter Pan will be back in the 100th episode of "Once Upon A Time" this March.

"I always thought the way Pan went out, there was a possibility for him to return. I didn't exactly rule out returning," Kay said on an interview with Comic Book Resources.

Reportedly, fans dislike Robbie Kay's character in "Once Upon A Time," which is quite a contrast compared to his "Heroes Reborn" character.

Apparently, Pan died because of his son, Rumplestiltskin and went to the Underworld. Being in the Underworld would be enough to make villains feel remorse, however Robbie Kay's Pan is exempted.

"Being in that scenario has given him time to think and reflect on what's happened and time to maybe step back and say, 'Maybe I was wrong. Maybe there are different ways to go about things,'" Robbie Kay said.

Fans of Robbie Kay might as well say goodbye to "Heroes Reborn" and welcome in the new season of "Once Upon A Time" on Mar. 6 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

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