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Category: Sleepy Hollow


Sleepy Hollow fans have breathed a sigh of relief when Fox had officially announced that there will be a Sleepy Hollow Season 3. Viewers should also expect an entirely different show now that Glades creator Clifton Campbell has taken the lead.

Ichabod Crane can now put aside family drama now that his wife Katrina has been killed off from the series. Perhaps he can now focus on building a more meaningful relationship with Lieutenant Abbie Mills? But could Ichabod be feeling guilty over his wife and son’s deaths?

“I’d like to see him put on a really big grin, have a big smile on his face and carry on, stiff upper lip, keep your chin up, pip pip British, et cetera while underneath, my god, he killed his entire family!,” said actor Tom Mison, who plays Ichabod in the show.

Fans were worried that there won’t be a Sleepy Hollow Season 3 when it was announced that showrunner Mark Goffman had left the show due to declining ratings. The series fared very well in the ratings during its inital run in the first season, but ratings quickly declined during the second season with many of its viewers complaining that the show took a very “boring turn.”

There was a lot of speculation that the show would be cancelled once the second season had ended. Even Mison had admitted that the show needed to have a “total reboot” in order for the show to be renewed for another season. Now that Ichabod no longer has any family to turn to, is there any chance that he would “turn evil”?
“I don’t think he’s the kind to do that, actually. I don’t think he would want anyone to see how much he’s hurting. He would want to get on with it. They made a choice. Henry and Katrina made their decision to turn dark. Abbie and Ichabod made their decision to fight against it, and that’s the decision and we’re going to go with, and I’m going to be strong and we’ve got other battles to fight.” Mison said.

The show is expected to have an entirely different look now that Campbell has taken the lead. There will certainly be a new and fresh perspective on things once Sleepy Hollow Season 3 premieres.

“‘Sleepy Hollow’ is truly inventive television,” said Fox president David Madden “The talented producers – led by Alex, Bob, Len and Heather – along with the brilliant cast, anchored by Nicole and Tom, have created a fantastic world that brings ‘history’ to life with compelling and vibrant storytelling.”


Date: April 30th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Sleepy Hollow
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Digital Spy recently spoke to actor Max Brown – of Beauty & the Beast fame – who joins the show for season two.

Your character Orion is something of an enigma when he joins Sleepy Hollow – how much of his backstory was laid out for you?
“I had to be aware of his heritage to help me grasp where the character was coming from, so they explained a lot to me. M Raven Metzner – who’d written my first episode – took me aside and we had long chats about where Orion is from.

“But a lot of it becomes explanatory in the script itself, and then I brought the flavour I wanted to as well, so it’s a lot of fun to play!”

Straying into a slight spoiler territory here, but he is an angel. How do you, as an actor, get into that fantasy headspace?
“You need to set him in some realism and relate to parts of him, so for me, it was more about him being that stranger from afar – quite a lonely character really.

“He doesn’t know that many people, and he’s gone through tough times and so I focused on that – and the fact that he doesn’t feel like he can trust anybody.

“For me, that was the interesting aspect to him. The superhero stuff, the fact that he can fly and things, you have to just be as normal as possible – it’s no surprise to him. So you have to get your head around that aspect and just try to look as cool as possible when you’re pretending to fly!”

How are the flying scenes? Is it the old notion of being strung up on uncomfortable wires?
“Yeah, that’s basically it. You’re strapped up in a very tight harness underneath your cool costume – you’re lowered in, you land on your feet as gracefully as possible and try to make it look like it’s something you’ve done a million times, as opposed to the first five rehearsals and the four takes!

“It’s always interesting taking on something completely foreign and new like that and trying to make it look real and grand – you can’t really practise for it, it’s not like you can take a class on how to fly! Hopefully I pulled it off.”

Is fantasy a genre you particularly respond to, or is it just coincidence that your last few jobs have been in that bracket?
“Yeah – I know Beauty & the Beast was kind of fantasy, and last year we started to make a show called Hieroglyph – which didn’t eventually get to air – that was an Egyptian thing with fantasy elements – and now Sleepy Hollow.

“But with Beauty and the Beast, I didn’t really feel like I was in a fantasy show – my character was very much on the ‘normal’ side of things. I played the medical examiner, and I didn’t really even meet the Beast or deal with that aspect.

“Sleepy Hollow though is very much fantasy and it’s been a lot of fun playing a character where you can be anything – they do such a great job of creating these characters, who are just so complex and have so much richness and history to them.”

Orion forms an immediate bond with Abbie (Nicole Beharie) – why do you think that is?
“I think my and Abby’s characters, when we meet, we’re both fighting wars on our own, and I think we find solace in each other’s characters.

“We’re both committed to the roles that we’ve been thrust into, and I think that’s where they find… more a respect than an affection toward each other. I think it’s because they’re both these lone wolves that they get on.”

How is it working with your fellow Brit Tom Mison (who plays Ichabod)?
“He’s a really lovely and charming guy, Tom – we actually met briefly on a red carpet in New York the previous year and had a brief conversation about Sleepy, so it’s quite funny that I turned up on set six months later!

“It’s always nice working with a Brit out in America, because you can talk about British things that some Americans don’t understand.”

Such as?
“Oh, we were just ripping each other the whole time. Brits kind of understand that’s how we treat each other – with total disdain and disrespect, but it’s a loving relationship!”

Sleepy Hollow has a passionate fanbase – ‘the Sleepyheads’ – so have you experienced much of that fan passion?
“Yeah, when the early press stuff was released here, there was a lot of interest from the Sleepyheads – and it was just really nice. The character has gone down really well in America.

“It’s nice when you get feedback like that, and with something like Twitter, now you get that immediate feedback – which isn’t always good, but luckily on this show it was!”

So do you follow people’s reactions online or do you try not to dig too deep into that world?
“It depends on how self-centred I’m feeling! Sometimes, if you’re feeling a bit low, you read a few comments and it can be nice to hear that your work has gone down well.

“But obviously if there’s one bad comment in 100, you focus on the bad one – those are the insecurities that every actor has, I think!”

Date: March 26th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Sleepy Hollow
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Forget for a moment that Sleepy Hollow‘s Katrina has gone to the dark side. Disregard that Henry is worm food and don’t think too much about the tumble through time Abbie and Mrs. Crane took at the end of this week’s episode.

We’re going to need you to train all of your thought on the fact that The Kindred — the evil-fighting avatar that Ichabod and Abbie constructed (and promptly lost) at the beginning of this season — is still out there, roaming Westchester County like a roadtripper with a busted GPS.

If you’re wondering just where that behemoth is hiding, you’re in good company: Series star Tom Mison tells he’s puzzled, too. But he’s got an Avengers-inspired theory — as well as some thoughts on the upcoming season finale (Fox, Monday at 9/8c) — which he was happy to share.

TVLINE | The Kindred is still roaming around Sleepy Hollow.
[Laughs] Yeah.

TVLINE | What’s the possibility we’ll see it again?
I have been begging, begging for months to just have a shot — just one thing, apropos of nothing — mirroring the end-of-credits sequence in The Avengers, with The Kindred sitting, having a shawarma, just waiting, a little bit lost, on his own. Perhaps with The Sandman. [Laughs]

TVLINE | And how is that going?
Small steps, Kim. Small steps. This is a long race.

TVLINE | You’ve mentioned that there’s a level of finality in the season finale that you wouldn’t expect from this show. Could the episode serve as a series finale, if that comes to pass?
No. I think it does open the door. It opens a big door for a new team; new relationships within the team are forged in that final episode that open a door to such great opportunities for Season 3. If [a renewal] doesn’t happen, there would be a few questions answered, but there would be questions raised about what would happen now.

Date: February 20th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Sleepy Hollow
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