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First Look at John Noble in Sleepy Hollow’s “The Sin Eater” (Images & Scoop)

By on October 22, 2013
Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane. Co. CR: Brownie Harris/FOX

Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane. Co. CR: Brownie Harris/FOX

We’ve got some first look images from Sleepy Hollow’s Nov. 4 episode to share, courtesy of FOX, below.

“The Sin Eater” sees Fringe Alum John Noble kicking off a guest arc, and the return of Jenny Mills (guest star Lyndie Greenwood).

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While we’re still waiting for an official synopsis from FOX for this one, we can share that we’ll see Ichabod and Abbie taking in a baseball game, and more flashbacks to Ichabod’s past.

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In addition, Noble’s sin-eater is the key to helping Katrina unbind the connection between Ichabod’s life and the Headless Horseman’s!

More as we have it!

Edit: We’re got a full episode description for “The Sin Eater” from FOX this morning. Check it out below.




John Noble (“Fringe”) Guest-Stars

 When Ichabod Crane goes missing, his wife, Katrina, appears to Lt. Abbie Mills in a vision warning her that the Headless Horseman will return to Sleepy Hollow by nightfall.  A frantic Abbie seeks help from the mysterious Henry Parrish (guest star John Noble), who holds vital clues about how Crane can vanquish his dangerous blood tie to Headless. Meanwhile, an encounter from Crane’s past weighs heavily on him, and details about his first encounter with Katrina are revealed in the all-new “The Sin Eater” episode of SLEEPY HOLLOW airing Monday, Nov. 4 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (SLH-106) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane; Nicole Beharie as Lieutenant Abbie Mills; Orlando Jones as Captain Frank Irving; Katia Winter as Katrina Crane.

Guest Cast: John Noble as Henry Parrish.



One Comment

  1. starlady227

    October 23, 2013 at 9:20 pm

    I gave up on this show after the second episode but I will watch again just for John Noble. How I miss Walter Bishop!