In “Once Upon a Time” Season 7, Adult Henry has a super unexpected gig

Attention, Once Upon a Time fans — Adult Henry is swapping out his writerly pursuits for the open road. In other words, he’s going to be an Uber-like driver in the show’s upcoming seventh season, according to Entertainment Weekly.

The disillusioned writer will be picking up passengers in Hyperion Heights, a cursed neighborhood in Seattle. Oh, and the service is called Swyft, but it’s essentially the same thing as Uber and, ahem, Lyft, in case you didn’t catch that subtle reference.

Sadly, according to Once Upon a Time executive producer Edward Kitsis, the reason Henry switches careers is because his book wasn’t exactly well-received.

"He wrote one book called Once Upon a Time that we’ll realize has all the stories from the first six seasons, but it did not do well, no one bought it, and he’s a guy that’s kind of down on his luck looking for his place in the world, Kitsis explained to Entertainment Weekly.

Yup, magical world or not, that sounds pretty relatable.

Kitsis added that Henry’s daughter, Lucy, might be the only solution to his identity crisis.

“Henry had the heart of the truest believer and when we meet him he no longer believes, and it’s up to his daughter — who he doesn’t even realize is his daughter — to help him find his belief again, he said.

Swyft isn’t the only close-to-home addition to the show. We’re going to get to see the Once Upon a Time folks live in a whole new, modern world that Kitsis joked will involve “technology and juice bars and Instagram and robots.” If all that is true, talk about the modern treatment!

And sounds like there’s even more where that came from.

“Hyperion Heights will much more reflect the world we’re living in today, whereas Storybrooke was its own timeless Capraesque small town, Kitsis explained.

We’re so curious to see how these modern touches will play out, when Once Upon a Time returns to ABC on October 6th!