He made us laugh on MADtv and now he’s getting serious as Captain Frank Irving on Sleepy Hollow. Film actor and comedian Orlando Jones, along with Sleepy Hollow executive producer Len Wiseman, met up with The Daily Quirk at New York Comic-Con to give us the inside scoop on the show’s second season. Wiseman and Jones discuss the role of Benjamin Franklin in the series and what we can expect to see more of from all of the characters this season. Watch the interview below and be sure to watch Sleepy Hollow Mondays on Fox!
Lyndie Greenwood first captured the attention of television viewers with her breakout role as Sonya on Nikita. Now she plays Abbie’s troubled but determined sister Jenny Mills on the supernatural cop drama Sleepy Hollow. Between serving jail terms and an extended stay at an insane asylum, Jenny’s had her fair share of issues. The Daily Quirk caught up with Greenwood at New York Comic-Con, where she dropped some hints about what’s in store for her character in Season 2. Watch this exclusive interview below and remember to tune in to Sleepy Hollow airing Mondays on Fox!
If you’d told me last year that one of my favorite new shows of the season would be a modernized version of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, I probably would have laughed in your face. I started watching the show mostly for laughs and didn’t expect to get much out of it, but I couldn’t have been more wrong.
The first season of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow was a wild romp through history with memorable characters and a fabulous combination of genres, including comedy, horror and at times police procedural. While the show was renewed early on in its run, the second season won’t premiere until fall 2014. Which means a long wait for the fans.
It’s never too early to speculate though, so I’m going to take you through what I hope happens in the Sleepy Hollow Season 2. But watch out for spoilers! If you haven’t seen the season finale, go watch that first then come back and read. Continue reading
Ichabod Crane, played by the ever-adorable Tom Mison, has won the hearts of millions in FOX’s newest hit drama Sleepy Hollow, so it’s no surprise that the cast and producers were met with racious cheers Sunday during their panel at New York Comic Con. Continue reading
If there’s one legend that everyone knows (and secret loves), it’s that of the Headless Horseman. And now, FOX is cashing in on its popularity by bringing Sleepy Hollow to primetime TV. But make no mistake, this isn’t the same story you grew up hearing on a camping trip. Continue reading
FOX has a new show coming this fall and it involves a headless horseman and a man named Ichabod Crane. Yes, you heard correctly. The network has put together a show based on the classic tale by Washington Irvine, Sleepy Hollow, though this time around there’s time travel involved. Continue reading