Gotham continues to populate its streets with familiar faces from the Batman universe. Villains like Two-Face and Victor Zsasz have already been announced, but the show’s producers and stars suggested a few more big names are on their way.
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It looks like the villains of Gotham will terrorize Jim Gordon and the GCPD for a little while longer.
Fox just announced that it has ordered six more episodes of the freshman series, raising its first season order to a total of 22 episodes.
On tonight’s episode of Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod (Tom Mison) and Abbie (Nicole Beharie) will tangle with a demonic take on the Pied Piper. Presumably, our heroes will best the beast before the hour is over. But even if they do, they’ll still have to tangle with season two’s true Big Bad: Henry Parrish, a.k.a. the Second Horseman of the Apocalypse, a.k.a. Ichabod and Katrina’s long-lost son. As played by John Noble, he’s a deliciously wicked foil for the two Witnesses—especially when he’s slinking around Sleepy Hollow pretending to be an innocent lawyer.
EW caught up with Noble on Sleepy Hollow‘s North Carolina set, where he told us all about how he and Mison tangle when the cameras are off—and the particular dangers of shooting this spooky show. (Think terrible heat and poisonous spiders.)
EW: How’s your day going so far?
John Noble: We’re having a fabulous day out here in Fredericks Manor. We love this location. It’s an old rice plantation that actually stopped functioning as a rice plantation after the Civil War. The house itself is so old, too. So it’s really exciting to come out here for a change. Apart from the mosquitos and the ticks. [Laughs] READ FULL STORY
Can’t get enough of Tom Mison, even after reading his Sleepy Hollow spread in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly?
Fear no more. EW will be hosting a live Q&A on Facebook where Mison will answer questions from fans about Sleepy Hollow and more. Tune into EW’s Facebook page at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 11 to leave your questions for Mison, where you can ask about that glorious mane he sports on the show (and other burning questions).
Sleepy Hollow airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.
Hilary Swank has teamed with Fox for a two-hour dog-themed special that will air Thanksgiving night.
Former Saturday Night Live writer John Mulaney’s maiden voyage into the sitcom world took quite a beating even before Sunday night’s premiere. The idea was sound: Mulaney’s stand-up demeanor reminds more than a few observers of Jerry Seinfeld (who had a big TV show once upon a time), and Mulaney himself has often referenced how influenced and inspired he was by The Cosby Show. The comic was also one of the brains behind Bill Hader’s character Stefon, one of the best recurring characters in SNL‘s history.
Why wouldn’t NBC assume that Mulaney would be a slam dunk? But then the show actually got made, and suddenly panic set in. The pilot was not to NBC’s liking, and even after some re-tooling, the network passed on it. The first episode was completely re-done, and that version of the kickoff is what aired on Fox, the network that rescued the show from developmental purgatory. READ FULL STORY
Though Bones fans are heartbroken over the loss of Sweets, his death may ultimately help the Jeffersonian team uncover the big conspiracy.
Fox has ordered a comedy adaptation of the Tom Hanks film Big from Enlisted producers Kevin Biegel and Mike Royce, EW has confirmed.
Prison will not be easy for Booth when Bones returns for its 10th season.
New Girl will be hitting the reset button on its fourth season, bringing the show back to basics without the messiness of Nick and Jess’ relationship bogging down the Fox comedy.
Instead, all six of the show’s main characters are now single, providing a new wealth of comedy as they attempt to get back out there with various incoming guest-stars. “If you’re an actor and you want to have sex with one of the New Girl cast members, call Liz Meriwether to figure it out,” the show’s creator jokes of the new season.
But does that mean Nick and Jess are done for good? And will Schmidt and Cece get back together? Below, Meriwether teases what’s in store for the ragtag sextet:
It’s time for Mindy to meet Danny’s mom.
The last time we visited Sleepy Hollow, things weren’t looking good for Ichabod and company. Specifically, Jeremy turned out to be the Horseman of War, a revelation he presented before handing his mother, Katrina, off to the Headless Horseman and then burying his father alive. If that wasn’t bad enough, Abbie was stuck in purgatory and Jenny was potentially dead literally on the side of the road. But things can only stay so grim for so long, right?
In the first photos from the season 2 premiere, fans get confirmation that not only did Jenny survive her run-in with the Headless Horseman, but Abbie and Ichabod won’t be apart for long. Then again, we sort of already knew that. How else would they work together to summon a new demon? Or perhaps the better question is: Why is Ichabod carrying around such a high-tech gun?
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