Abbie is in purgatory. Ichabod has been buried alive. Irving is going to jail. Katrina is in Headless' clutches. And Jenny might be dead. That's how Sleepy Hollow left our favorite heroes at the end of Season 1 when supposed ally Henry Parrish (John Noble) revealed himself to be not just Ichabod (Tom Mison) and Katrina's (Katia Winter) long-dead son, but also War of the Four Horsemen.
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When the Fox drama returns...
Broadcast television has seen monkeys, robots and aliens as leading characters, but Sleepy Hollow will take things one step further this fall when a man without a head takes center stage on Fox.
After being frozen in time for 250 years, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) awakes to partner with Sleepy Hollow's sheriff Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) to solve the mysteries of a town ravaged by strange crimes. In his past life -- or life in the past, as it were -- Gen. George Washington enlisted Crane to fight the forces of evil, namely the Four Horsemen...
John Stamos may have found a more permanent gig on NBC: The Full House alum is in talks to star in I Am Victor, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Stamos, who recently had a stint on The New Normal, would play...
"Baby, lock them doors and turn the lights down low." Surprisingly, those lyrics were not coming from the lips of American Idol winner Scotty McCreery, but from White Collar star Matt Bomer. At a White Collar screening and Q&A held Monday at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, he and fellow cast members Tim DeKay and Willie Garson sang, revealed what they're hiding underneath those sharp suits (Spanx for Garson, he joked) and gave plenty of juicy intel for what's coming up on the crime series' third season.
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Is a musical episode on the way? The White Collar cast is known to break out into "song bombs" on the set (favorite tunes include "Purple Rain," "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and the Folgers coffee jingle), so does that mean a musical episode...