GamerhubTV Interviews Tom at NYCC

Another fanstastic interview from NY Comic Con, in which Tom talks about the fun of being involved in Sleepy Hollow, what we might expect from future episodes and he answers the inevitable wardrobe question.

Sneak Peek: Episode 1.06 "The Sin Eater"

Here is a sneak peek at next week's new episode!

Sleepy Hollow Episode 1.06 "The Sin Eater"

Fox has released the following synopsis of episode 1.06 "The Sin Eater":

When Ichabod Crane goes missing, his wife, Katrina, appears to Lt. Abbie Mills in a vision warning her that the Headless Horseman will return to Sleepy Hollow by nightfall. A frantic Abbie seeks help from the mysterious Henry Parrish (guest star John Noble), who holds vital clues about how Crane can vanquish his dangerous blood tie to Headless. Meanwhile, an encounter from Crane’s past weighs heavily on him, and details about his first encounter with Katrina are revealed in the all-new “The Sin Eater” episode of SLEEPY HOLLOW airing Monday, Nov. 4 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (SLH-106) (TV-14 L, V)

Check the galleries for promotional photos of this episode.

Sleepy Hollow Season Finale Set for January 20th

Fox has announced that the 13th and final episode of the season will air on Monday, January 20th from 8-9pm, an hour earlier than usual. The Following will have its season premiere in the 9pm time slot.

In other news, the show's success continues to be the topic of discussion, with the latest article on the subject from io9.  Here is an excerpt:

 


Sleepy Hollow is very possibly the most ludicrous show that has even been on TV. It’s about the Headless Horseman being one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and Ichabod Crane getting sent to the present by his wife (who’s a witch) to stop the apocalypse… for starters. This is completely absurd, and yet Sleepy Hollow is also one of the most entertaining shows on TV right now. Here’s the rules Sleepy Hollow and ridiculous shows are following to defeat your common sense.

Make your characters likeable.

First and foremost. Your show can be the silliest, dumbest thing on TV, but as long as people enjoy watching the characters, they’ll probably still stay tuned. The best example of this right now is indeed Sleepy Hollow, as Tom Mison’s delightfully bitchy Ichabod Crane is just wonderful to watch, no matter how absurd everything else is. Agents of SHIELD, plot-wise, has been pretty ho-hum, but Clark Gregg is carrying most of the show‘s weight on his shoulders through his charm as Agent Coulson. Silas Weir Mitchell’s Munroe as definitely been the jewel of Grimm of both seasons, while star David Giuntoli has slowly been coming into his own personality, and he’s definitely the best part of the series.