Tom chatted with Metro, in a story posted 9/11/14, about the upcoming sophomore season of Sleepy Hollow and what's in store for us:

How big does the war get? Do people outside of the gang realize what is happening?
Well, how do you tell people the apocalypse is coming and not get locked up? [Laughs] That’s another dilemma — we have to be a secretive army. We’ve kind of become the Avengers — there’s the problem of how do the Avengers stay quiet, and then eventually they have to battle in New York and everyone knows about them.

Ichabod has had a full season to acclimate to the 21st century. How’s he dealing with modern conveniences in Season2?
The way our writers are dealing with Ichabod in the modern world…I’m always excited by it and I keep finding it funny. The moment he’s fully a part of the modern world we lose something quite important. Plus, the nice thing about Ichabod and Abbie is that they’re so wildly different. It’s a partnership that shouldn’t really exist: The modern, streetwise cop and an 18th century spy. It shouldn’t happen but it really works, and I really hope we don’t lose that. Ichabod also brings an 18th century mindset, and sometimes it helps to think outside of the box. Plus he was mates with George Washington.

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How big does the war get? Do people outside of the gang realize what is happening?
Well, how do you tell people the apocalypse is coming and not get locked up? [Laughs] That’s another dilemma — we have to be a secretive army. We’ve kind of become the Avengers — there’s the problem of how do the Avengers stay quiet, and then eventually they have to battle in New York and everyone knows about them.

Ichabod has had a full season to acclimate to the 21st century. How’s he dealing with modern conveniences in Season 2?
The way our writers are dealing with Ichabod in the modern world… I’m always excited by it and I keep finding it funny. The moment he’s fully a part of the modern world we lose something quite important. Plus, the nice thing about Ichabod and Abbie is that they’re so wildly different. It’s a partnership that shouldn’t really exist: The modern, streetwise cop and an 18th century spy. It shouldn’t happen but it really works, and I really hope we don’t lose that. Ichabod also brings an 18th century mindset, and sometimes it helps to think outside of the box. Plus, he was mates with George Washington.

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