[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 dynamic duo that is Abbie and Ichabod will hit a rough patch during Sleepy Hollow's season finale Monday (8/7c, Fox) — and you can thank Katrina for that.
No, Abbie (Nicole Beharie) and Katrina (Katia Winter) won't be...
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...
Before Lost opened the hatch and Fringe jumped universes, those shows were about disparate people struggling to understand their place in a universe that would eventually become more complicated. The key was starting on a smaller level, making the characters relatable before throwing in heavily serialized and mythology-laden elements...
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Question: What are your thoughts on the awareness of people in the TV industry regarding the perception that it's always the non-white characters that are killed off shows? It seems impossible to me that those in charge don't see this phenomenon as a problem, and yet, consistently, that seems to be what happens. That reality is so pervasive for me that when I watched the pilot for Sleepy Hollow, my thought as what looked to be the two main characters — a well-known white, male actor (Clancy Brown) and a young, unknown-to-me African-American actress (Nicole Beharie) — approached the spooky, abandoned farm house was, "Seriously, Show? Already you're going to kill off the black actor?"