‘Sleepy Hollow’ just did the most shocking thing. On the April 8 season finale, one of the show’s most beloved characters was killed off. And this isn’t some Jon Snow conspiracy, [SPOILER] is leaving the show for good.
Sleepy Hollow just pulled a Grey’s Anatomy. A major character died on the April 8 season 3 finale, leaving fans shocked and devastated. Sleepy Hollow’s showrunner confirmed that [SPOILER] is really dead and not coming back. Warning: massive spoilers ahead!
The ‘Bones’ and ‘Sleepy Hollow’ crossover is FINALLY here! Ichabod and Abbie travel to the Jeffersonian to get some help from Brennan and Booth. Watch this EPIC sneak peek of the Oct. 29 episode now!
The main characters from Bones and Sleepy Hollow are crossing worlds for one awesome crossover episode! Ichabod (Tom Mison) and Abbie (Nicole Beharie) come face-to-face with Brennan (Emily Deschanel), Booth (David Boreanaz) and Hodgins (TJ Thyne) on the Oct. 29 episode, and the Sleepy Hollow dynamic duo definitely makes one heck of a first appearance. Check out the preview!
Relationships are getting seriously complicated on ‘Sleepy Hollow,’ especially with Hawley in the mix. Will we soon be shipping Habbie or stick with Ichabbie? Click to WATCH a clip debuted EXCLUSIVELY on HollywoodLife.com for all the scoop!
Could romance be in the future for Abbie (Nicole Beharie) from either Hawley (Matt Barr) or Ichabod (Tom Mison)? It’s certainly a possibility! In a new EXCLUSIVE Sleepy Hollow clip, the cast details Hawley’s role with sisters Abbie and Jenny (Lyndie Greenwood). Plus, is there a love triangle brewing between Hawley, Abbie and Ichabod?
New York Comic Con has come to an end, but there’s a few more panels you just can’t miss. The ‘Sleepy Hollow’ cast and executive producers are set to attend and reveal scoop about the second season! To make it all even better, you can watch the live stream right here.
Sleepy Hollow is right in the middle of season two and we’re just dying to find out what comes next. On Oct. 12, Orlando Jones, Lyndie Greenwood and more will spill details about the happenings of Sleepy Hollow. (Crossing our fingers for Ichabbie scoop!)
The second season of ‘Sleepy Hollow’ is in full swing, and HollywoodLife.com got the chance to talk to Tom Mison about what’s in store for Ichabod and Abbie! Will their friendship survive the war?
War has taken over Sleepy Hollow, and that means Ichabod and Abbie will have to stick together more than ever to make it out alive. Tom Mison spoke to HollywoodLife.com and other reporters and admitted that season two will “test” Ichabbie.
The second season of ‘Sleepy Hollow’ premieres on Sept. 21. We are so excited about the return of Ichabod and Abbie’s evil-fighting team. Here’s 5 things to look forward to in the new season!
The wildly popular drama Sleepy Hollow returns on Sept. 21 for its sophomore season and is ready to pile on the twists. Ichabod (Tom Mison), Abbie (Nicole Beharie), Frank (Orlando Jones) and more are back, and we can’t wait to see what crazy direction the show goes this season. Here’s 5 spoiler-y tidbits to look forward to! Buckle up, it’s about to get nuts.
Browse the 10 shows HollywoodLife.com thinks you need to check out, then vote for your favorite(s). Your DVR is not prepared.
The fall TV season is almost upon us! OK, technically it’s already upon us, but there are still tons of shows yet to premiere, and HollywoodLife.com is here to help you — and your DVR — navigate the massive amount of options coming your way. From comic-geek treasures like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Tomorrow People to supernatural delights like The Originals and Witches of East End, we put together the 10 shows you need to check out this fall. You ready?
Fox’s new show ‘Sleepy Hollow’ premiered on Sept. 17 and the present-day headless horseman drama has definitely caused some mixed opinions. However, most are throwing the words ‘loony,’ ‘crazy’ and ‘fun’ into the mix.
The reviews are in! Critics have spoken about the new hit show Sleepy Hollow, which takes the classic story of the headless horseman and Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and brings it to a quirky, present day New York. So, did the show make heads roll?