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Published On: Fri, Mar 31st, 2017

‘Sleepy Hollow’ season 4: Showrunner Albert Kim teases Four Horsemen arriving, John Noble’s Henry in finale

Speaking with TV Line, showrunner Albert Kim teased the season 4 finale of Sleepy Hollow, particularly the return of John Noble as Ichabod’s son, Henry.

Kim opened up about how to bring back the popular character: “There’s two parts to that question. One is the simple, logical mechanics of how you bring back a character who’s died on the show. We knew we wanted John Noble back; it was something we’ve been thinking about since the beginning of the season. And especially as we got closer to the end of this season, and we saw where our story and thematic threads were leading, they all have to do with family. This show has always been about family, and Henry is an important part of that, obviously.

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“So we had to figure out, from a purely mechanical standpoint: How do we bring Henry back from the dead? Luckily, we’re a show that deals in magic and lots of out-there phenomenon and concepts, so we had a little more leeway there… We came up with, well, what if the jar of goo mingles with the blood of War, which are all the essential components of Henry? …Now, whether this is the actual, flesh-and-blood Henry that we knew from before? We leave that a little open to interpretation.”

Kim talked about some similarities between Tom Mison’s Ichabod and Henry before teasing the bigger news: the arrival of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

“It’s the first time we see the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in action in the real world. They are actually, for the first time, galloping on Earth. We see how powerful they are and what they can do. That represents, essentially, the ultimate challenge for our team. It’s something that, not even back in Seasons 1 and 2, that Crane and Abbie had faced. They had one or two of the horsemen, but this is the full team riding, and under Dreyfuss’ control. So that’s a big thing, just in terms of action and plot… [Also],  you’ll learn why the motto of our country is ‘E pluribus unum.'”

Check out the full interview HERE

There is no news of a season 5 renewal or a possible spin-off, our thoughts can be read HERE.

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