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Watch with Kristin has an exclusive sneak peek at season two, which finds executive producer and writer Mark Goffman teasing the fallout we’ll see when the series returns in the fall.

The video can’t be embed – hurry up to their site – but check what they have about Ichabod:

Ichabod
Finale Status: After the Sin Eater Henry Parish (John Noble) revealed himself to be Ichabod and Katrina’s (Katia Winter) son Jeremy (and also War, the second horseman of the apocalypse), he subjected his father to the same fate he endured at the magic of his mother’s coven: buried alive in a coffin.
Season 2: Ichabod is fighting the clock when the series picks up, as Goffman previews, “He’s not immortal like his son. He’s not a warlock, so Ichabod Crane only has a very brief amount of time that he’s going to be able to survive in that coffin without air.”

TV Guide Scans
January 31st, 2014

I have added scans of TV Guide February 3rd issue:

TV Line Interview
January 25th, 2014

Last week TV Line published an interview with Tom, to chat about Ichabod jeans. Check it:

TVLINE | Let’s just talk about the skinny jeans.
[Bursts out laughing]

TVLINE | They looked painful.
They are painful. Boys shouldn’t wear skinny jeans.

TVLINE | You don’t have to tell a girl about how painful skinny jeans can be.
Do girls not like skinny jeans? I thought girls liked them.

TVLINE | No one likes them.
Well, why wear them?!

TVLINE | Because sometimes they look really good! But in “The Vessel,” they just looked painful.
They were painful.

TVLINE | Were they as tight as they looked?
Well, I don’t own a single pair of jeans, let alone skinny jeans. So yes, there was no acting required when I sit down and grimace.

TVLINE | I noticed that in some photos from the finale, Ichabod has a new “old” shirt and a new “old” pair of pants.
Yup. I can confirm that he has some new clothes. And it’ll make you laugh out loud again, I think.

Episodic Stills for Vessel, Indispensable Man and Bad Blood has now been added to our gallery:

Entertainment Weekly’s Pop Watch posted this amazing video (alongside Orlando Jones and John Noble, as you can watch here), in which each of them take the EW Pop Culture Personality Test:

Bonus fun fact: That bit of trivia on Mison’s IMDB page about his great great aunt being in the circus with Charlie Chaplin is true. “My great great aunt was an acrobat in the circus with Chaplin. They fell in love, went to America, and she had to come back because her mother was sick, and he stayed in America, and that was that,” Mison says. “But then she bought a pub in London on Carnaby Street called The Shakespeare’s Head, and she had a vaudeville theater above it, and she had a singing troupe called the Mumming Birds.”

FOX released the behind-the-seasons of series finale episodes The Indispensable Men and Bad Blood:

A few days ago People published this adorable interview with Tom:

Ichabod Crane should be freaked out more than he is. Think about it: If you fell asleep in 1781 and woke up in 2013, you would be so utterly overwhelmed by the world that you probably wouldn’t be able to function. You’d just sit on the couch for two weeks, exhausted by everything, until you somehow, some way got used to the sounds, the noises, the traffic jams, the planes, television, the Internet, and the joys of aloe-filled toilet paper. The Ichabod of Sleepy Hollow (which airs its season finale tonight at 8 p.m.) doesn’t seem that confused, though. Sure, he’s perplexed by many things and pauses to figure out what it means and why it exists, but for the most part, he has adjusted pretty darn well. Here are all the times that Ichabod has been confused by this modern world.

– Read the complete article at Vulture website