[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sleepy Hollow's season finale. Read at your own risk!]
Sleepy Hollow's season finale was full of betrayal, but in the most unlikely places.
The finale finds Abbie (Nicole Beharie) and Ichabod (Tom Mison) at odds when she believes he'll be unable to sacrifice his wife Katrina (Katia Winter) for the greater good. Finding a secret message from George Washington within his Bible, Ichabod and Abbie set out to...
The end is nigh for Sleepy Hollow's first season. And it looks extremely...busy. It's a stinging-cold December morning at Wilmington, North Carolina's EUE/Screen Gems Studios. In the nearby woods, a stuntwoman wearing a low-cut, corseted frock is being pulled through the air on a thick cord and dropped nose-first onto a safety mat. "Can she be yanked even harder?" director Ken Olin (thirtysomething) asks the crew member at the other end of the rope. Yes, she certainly can. Yards away...
Sure, everyone knows that Thanksgiving is this week. But fans of The Good Wife have another reason to be thankful aside from the requisite turkey and stuffing coming to a dinner table near you. This Sunday marks the drama's 100th episode (9/8c, CBS), and boy, does the show deliver. Already in the middle of an acclaimed, high-octane season, the 100th episode includes the return of several fan-favorite guest stars, a suspenseful (and very personal!) legal case, some juicy new...
These are the guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the first week of November sweeps:
Monday, Nov. 4
The honeymoon is over for Booth and Brennan as their honeymoon in Buenos Aires trip turns into yet another working week.
Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
One word: Cher! The musical icon performs and guest-judges.
The premise of Sleepy Hollow is absurd, but thanks to its cheeky sense of humor and some genuinely creepy monsters, the freshmen drama has become the breakout hit of the season.
"The key to this world is, if you keep it grounded in this emotional reality it'll feel authentic, but it has to be funny," executive producer Alex Kurtzman said at New York Comic-Con on Sunday. "We know how crazy our show is going to be. We know we are one molecule away from insane every second and that's the balance that were constantly holding."