[WARNING: The following contains many juicy spoilers from Monday's Sleepy Hollow. Read at your own risk!]
Sleepy Hollow was an exercise in Murphy's Law this week. Everything that could go wrong, did. So where does the Fox drama go from here? Stars Tom Mison, Orlando Jones and Lyndie Greenwood preview what's next as the countdown to the apocalypse continues.
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Any last-minute spoilers before the Castle premiere? — Michelle
Although it's not built as a two-parter like last year's season-opener, don't expect to get all the answers about who caused Castle's car accident or why by the end of the premiere. But do be prepared for the answers that are immediately available to make every character — even Beckett — seriously evaluate how much they really know (or believe in) Castle. The only silver lining: Those immediate answers don't necessarily paint the full picture. But will the damage already be done?
I need some more Homeland scoop! Are Quinn and Carrie still working together?
Although the first episode does pair the former colleagues on a mission, they hardly see eye-to-eye...
Gotham got off to a strong start Monday, but it wasn't as big as Scorpion's.
Following two episodes of The Big Bang Theory, which garnered 17.8 million viewers and a 5.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, Scorpion's own misfit group of geniuses drew 14 million and a 3.3, making it the ...
Happens all the time in the Bat-verse: The bad guys get all the best material. And so it was in the beginning, or at least in the origin story as presented by Fox's stylish, vividly hardboiled Gotham (8/7c), an exercise in pulp-noir chic that, to be enjoyed properly, should be considered more Dick Tracy than Batman in approach.
As Robin might proclaim, if he were around (which he isn't): Holy corruption! The sordid Gotham City on display here reflects executive producer Bruno Heller's time spent on HBO's Rome rather than his sunnier stint with The Mentalist. This city of menace boasts a retro sheen cluttered with jarring contemporary details, projecting what's intended as an out-of-time (or timeless) quality to frame this iconic story. You know how it goes: Young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz of Touch) is orphaned when his wealthy parents are murdered in a back-alley robbery, inspiring a lifetime devoted to vanquishing Gotham's most-wanted goons.
But that's another tale for another time, because the focus of Gotham is on clench-jawed, strait-arrow Detective (future Commissioner) James Gordon, played with a pugnacious dour solemnity by Ben McKenzie.
TV's most insane drama is back! After a finale that introduced the world to Zombie George Washington, somehow Sleepy Hollow has found a way to up the ante even more for its sophomore season.
While there are certain things we won't give away — like what's next for Irving (Orlando Jones) now that he's locked up — check out what stars Tom Mison,Nicole Beharie, Katia Winters, John Noble and executive producers Len Wiseman and Mark Goffman revealed about the impending apocalypse, whose relationship is on the outs and who might be falling for Headless!