Sleepy Hollow: Promos, Images and Sneak Peaks for “Spellcaster”

 

Tomorrow's episode of Sleepy Hollow introduces us to Solomon Kent - evil Warlock, former Puritan minister and all around scary dude, played by guest star Johnathon Schaech (That Thing You Do, Star-Crossed). He is back in our world after being released from Purgatory with Moloch's demise, and he's searching for a powerful book. It’s up to Team Witness to make sure he doesn’t find it (side note — don’t you just love how books hold so much power in this world?). We’ll also flashback for some twistory to see what part he and Katrina’s ancestor played in the Salem Witch Trials. Now that Team Witness is back on track, bond secured and communicating better, we’ll have to see how they face this new danger, and how Katrina reacts when the warlock sees something in her she may not realize was there.

Images from the episode have been released and are in the galleries. Clips and promos have also been posted by FOX, two of which are embedded below. The other clips can be found on FOX’s YouTube page.

 



While ratings had lagged for a few weeks, last week’s episode featuring the now classic Proud Mary duet by Ichabod and Abbie produced a nice upswing in viewers. Tomorrow's episode is directed by Paul Edwards, who directed fan favorite Necromancer and Lesser Key of Solomon from Season 1 and The Kindred from Season 2, and was written by Albert Kim (The Kindred), so we Sleepyheads are in very good hands. Critics who have gotten advance screeners of "Spellcaster" have had some great things to say:

 

 

We’ve been promised some very interesting, dare I say game-changing, events in these last 4 episodes of Season 2. So if you've fallen behind on your DVR episodes or stopped watching for a bit, now is a great time to jump back in.

Tune in to Sleepy Hollow on Monday at 9/8c on FOX.

 

 

Photo by Brownie Harris/FOX

 

 

Tom Attempts to Break the Internet By Declaring that Ichabod is "Completely in Love" with Abbie

 

There's never been any doubt that Ichabod has great affection for Abbie Mills - from the pilot onward, the two have gelled as friends and partners, even if they've hit some bumpy times in Season 2. However, in the TV Guide video below, Tom just lays it out there about Ichabod's true feelings.

 

 

It could very well have been taken out of context of course, but with a declaration like that, I think it's all aboard the
SS Ichabbie!
 

Sleepy Hollow: Behind the Scenes of "Kali Yuga"

 

Tonight's fantastic episode of Sleepy Hollow featured some A+ karaoke stylings from Ichabod and Abbie, but since it was sponsored by Ford, it also gave us another look at Ichabod behind the wheel. Seems like he's pretty much gotten the hang of it now. Take a look at the behind the scenes video embedded below to find out more about how both came together.

 

Tom Previews Remaining Episodes in Conference Call

 

Sleepy Hollow wrapped shooting for Season 2 on Wednesday, but before Tom winged his way back to the UK, he was nice enough to take part in a conference call with several journalists. He was peppered with questions about the upcoming changes  to the show (which we should start to see with this next episode), what else we can expect to see in the remaining episodes this season and even a little bit about why he became an actor:

Did you always want to be an actor?

When I was young I wanted to work in a zoo. I remember going to a zoo and seeing some horrible kid feed the penguins, and I wanted to feed the penguins but I wasn't allowed. So I thought, I'm going to work in my own zoo and feed the bloody penguins every day. Then I realised out hard it is to work in a zoo and said no, I'm going to flounce about on the stage instead. The zoo thing was purely out of bitterness. I decided to follow a more positive career choice.

When asked about his plans for the hiatus, he mentioned something about a beach and a stack of books. He also said that, sadly, the hiatus was too brief to allow for any theater roles. Sad for fans, but after working 16 hour days, 6 days a week for over 8 months, he certainly deserves this well-earned break.

For a full write-up of the interview, head over to ScreenSpy.

 

Photo by Brownie Harris/FOX

 

 

Did you always want to be an actor? Tom Mison: When I was young I wanted to work in a zoo. I remember going to a zoo and seeing some horrible kid feed the penguins, and I wanted to feed the penguins but I wasn’t allowed. So I thought, I’m going to work in my own zoo and feed the bloody penguins every day. Then I realised how hard it is to work in a zoo and said no, I’m going to flounce about on the stage instead. The zoo thing was purely out of bitterness. I decided to follow a more positive career choice. Read more at Sleepy Hollow’s Tom Mison Previews Death & Discord Ahead | ScreenSpy
Did you always want to be an actor? Tom Mison: When I was young I wanted to work in a zoo. I remember going to a zoo and seeing some horrible kid feed the penguins, and I wanted to feed the penguins but I wasn’t allowed. So I thought, I’m going to work in my own zoo and feed the bloody penguins every day. Then I realised how hard it is to work in a zoo and said no, I’m going to flounce about on the stage instead. The zoo thing was purely out of bitterness. I decided to follow a more positive career choice. Read more at Sleepy Hollow’s Tom Mison Previews Death & Discord Ahead | ScreenSpy
Did you always want to be an actor? Tom Mison: When I was young I wanted to work in a zoo. I remember going to a zoo and seeing some horrible kid feed the penguins, and I wanted to feed the penguins but I wasn’t allowed. So I thought, I’m going to work in my own zoo and feed the bloody penguins every day. Then I realised how hard it is to work in a zoo and said no, I’m going to flounce about on the stage instead. The zoo thing was purely out of bitterness. I decided to follow a more positive career choice. Read more at Sleepy Hollow’s Tom Mison Previews Death & Discord Ahead | ScreenSpy