You Think You’re Ready, But You’re Not: 10 Teasers For Sleepy Hollow’s Season Finale
Sleepy Hollow will return to our screens for one more time this season in its highly anticipated finale, set to air this upcoming Monday.
Fan theories about the remaining two episodes have been flying for weeks. The reality, however, is that no one is ready for everything this show has in store. When they said loyalties will be tested, sacrifices must be made and worlds will collide, they weren’t kidding.
Screen Spy had the opportunity to preview the episodes in advance, but we just couldn’t contain all of our excitement. That’s why we’ve scraped together 10 teasers for eager fans to help keep those theory wheels turning. You can check out the smattering of teasers below. Just remember: You think you’re ready, but you’re not.
- During the finale the monsters have reached an entirely new level and the series has held nothing back in the scare department. Particularly in regards to Moloch’s favorite realm, where not everything is what it seems and the souls are missing more than their living bodies.
- Andy Brooks has been absent the last few episodes, but he returns in the finale in two very different ways. Both times he brings with him a reminder about Moloch’s prophecy.
- Crane is passionate about getting Katrina out of purgatory, and during the finale you see just how far he’ll go for the woman he loves. Hint: It’s pretty far. Abbie has to reel him back in a bit.
- If you appreciate Sleepy Hollow‘s family theme, the Mills sisters share a moment that will hit you directly in your emotional core. Keep the tissues handy.
- Speaking of, one may prove to the be loneliest number, but thirteen is the unluckiest number for the Mills sisters, young and old.
- Several fan favorite character moments from previous episodes get mention or make reappearances at various points in the two episodes. There’s even an immortalized “Ichabbie” moment that viewers will get to see again, but in a new way.
- Ichabod’s biggest foe so far has been technology, however, a run in with people who like to repeat history also does his head in. Abbie meanwhile picks up an endearing – but funny – phone habit of Crane’s.
- The saint’s name is a sign that you must come and see to learn the identity of the Horseman.
- Two walk in and two walk out.
- George Washington’s death is linked not only to unearthing more clues about the oncoming apocalypse, but something that points to Moloch’s plans. (It’s traditionally prayed on for five decades.)
Catch “The Indispensable Man” and “Bad Blood” back-to-back this Monday starting at 8:00 pm ET/PT on FOX.