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Warning: This post contains a major spoiler from Friday’s Sleepy Hollow. Proceed with caution.
Abbie Mills’ successor in the battle against evil was revealed in this week’s Sleepy Hollow and, as some viewers guessed — and the final moments of last week’s episode all but revealed — the next Witness is Diana’s young daughter, Molly (played by Oona Yaffe).
Ichabod first encounters Molly in a dream designed to help him find his next partner, though at the time he is unaware that the girl he sees is Diana’s non-speaking kid. Later, while on a case with Agent Thomas, »
Will there be more seasons of Sleepy Hollow? Recently, Fox chief Gary Newman discussed the status of the TV series, Deadline reports.The supernatural drama debuts its fourth season on January 6th after killing off one of its main characters at the end of season three. The cast includes Tom Mison, Janina Gavankar, Lyndie Greenwood, Jerry MacKinnon, Rachel Melvin, Oona Yaffe, Jeremy Davies, and John Noble.Read More… »
This Fox TV show's ratings have been quite low for awhile and, last season, Sleepy Hollow lost one of its core characters. How will this affect the ratings moving forward? Will the numbers improve or fall even lower? Will Sleepy Hollow be cancelled or will it be renewed for a fifth season to give the studio more episodes for a syndication package? Stay tuned.A supernatural drama, Sleepy Hollow follows Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison), a patriot who was killed 230 years ago. In season four, Crane finds himself in the nation's capital where he must forge unlikely partnerships in his quest to find the next Witness. Crane soon discovers that there is more evil at play than he realized was possible. The cast also includes Janina Gavankar, Lyndie Greenwood, Jerry MacKinnon, Rachel Melvin, Oona Yaffe, Jeremy Davies, and John Noble. Kamar de los Reyes and Robbie Kay »
Keep calm and Witness on.
That’s the gist of Sleepy Hollow‘s Season 4 premiere, the first time we see Ichabod Crane fight the apocalypse without his biblically foretold partner, Abbie Mills. In the wake of Abbie’s unexpected death at the end of last season, Crane is in a strange place (Washington, D.C.) with a team of strangers (including cast addition Janina Gavankar) and a lethal enemy — although he doesn’t know about that last part yet.
Read on as we explore the highlights of Ichabod’s new life in “Columbia.”
In the exclusive sneak peek above, Mison gives a quick refresher on the revamped drama’s new direction (Ichabod’s now the head of a secret, Washington, D.C.-based organization “set up to fight the supernatural”) as we watch the Revolutionary War captain and new partner Diana (played by True Blood‘s Janina Gavankar) come face-to-face with the aforementioned undercover collective… which just looks like a couple of nerds hanging out in a giant library. »
New setting, new cast, new look.
Sleepy Hollow returns on Friday for its fourth season, and there will be sweeping changes following the shocking death of Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie). The supernatural drama moves the action from Sleepy Hollow, New York to Washington, D.C., introducing several key characters as a result, including new female lead Janina Gavankar, a genre regular who will play Homeland Security Agent Diana Thomas.
But don’t expect Abbie 2.0. As Gavankar -- who has a knack for joining shows in their fourth seasons (see: The L Word, The Vampire Diaries and True Blood) -- tells Et ahead of the premiere, Diana will be markedly different and most importantly, she isn’t meant to “replace Abbie.” “Even though Abbie’s not physically there, she’s still part of the fabric of the show,” Gavankar, 36, maintains.
6 items from 2017
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