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Sleepy hollow at nycc: monsters and karaoke in ichabod’s future?

Sleepy Hollow at NYCC: Monsters and Karaoke in Ichabod’s Future?

Four days full of reveals, surprise guests and screaming fans came to a close Sunday afternoon as “Sleepy Hollow,” Fox’s hit show, closed out the main stage at New York Comic Con 2014. But it definitely wasn’t a sad occasion. Actor Orlando Jones made sure of that. He was joined onstage by costar Lyndie Greenwood…

Lunch with Lyndie Greenwood

The Facts During my Comic-Con adventure in San Diego, I had the pleasure of having lunch and chatting with Lyndie Greenwood, thanks to the awesome folks over at Arch Enemy Entertainment. Lyndie is an actress originally from Toronto, Canada. She plays Jenny Mills, sister of Lieutenant Abbie Mills in the TV series Sleepy Hollow on…

Sleepy hollow season 2: details revealed

Sleepy Hollow Season 2: Details Revealed

Monsters Galore in Season 2 After the huge cliffhanger at the end of Sleepy Hollow’s first season, you can bet various fans are itching to see how Ichabod and Abby, our two protagonists, are going to get out of the mess they are in. Recently at Comic Con some details have been revealed about what exactly fans…

10 reasons to watch “sleepy hollow”

10 Reasons to Watch “Sleepy Hollow”

If you’re not already hooked on Sleepy Hollow, you should be. The plot is a modern adaptation of Washington Irving’s 1820 short story, about the Headless Horseman rising from the grave to terrorize the people of Sleepy Hollow, beheading them as he goes. In the new twist, the story takes place in our time, and…

“agents of shield,” sleepy hollow” and the supernatural police procedural

“Agents of SHIELD,” Sleepy Hollow” and the Supernatural Police Procedural

The talk with television these days has been with cable shows. From the Emmy red carpet to the trending topics on Twitter, the buzz follows “Breaking Bad,” “Game of Thrones,” and “The Walking Dead” among others. It makes sense. These shows are able to push boundaries in ways that those on network TV cannot. But…