Sleepy Hollow‘s season finale is just around the corner, and we’ve got a few stills that give you a preview of what’s to come in the show’s final two episodes.
It feels like the show only just began and now it’s already ending. Sleepy Hollow‘s season finale will take place this Monday, comprising of the show’s last two episodes aired back to back. The episodes, “The Indispensable Man” and “Bad Blood,” will follow Abbie and Ichabod as they try to reach Katrina in purgatory.
The synopsis for the two hour season finale reads:
Ichabod and Abbie discover a dark secret buried within the pages of George Washington’s Bible and unearth the shocking true nature of the founding father’s death. Meanwhile, Capt. Irving makes a near-impossible decision for the sake of his beloved family that drastically changes his future. Then, the battle between good and evil comes to an explosive head. Sacrifices must be made, worlds collide, loyalties are tested and the town of SLEEPY HOLLOW will never be the same in the all-new special two-hour “The Indispensable Man/Bad Blood” Season Finale episode of SLEEPY HOLLOW airing Monday, Jan. 20
Check out six stills from the episode below, showing all our favorites, including John Noble as Henry Parish.
We’re hoping that Captain Irving doesn’t decide to make a deal with the dark side to keep his family safe, since we saw that he’d be willing to give Washington’s bible to Ancitif. And then the last line about how the town of Sleepy Hollow will never be the same makes us believe that Ichabod and Abbie fail in their mission to keep the horsemen from returning and at least one of them come back by the end of the season.
And in case you missed it, here’s the trailer for next week’s episode of Sleepy Hollow.
What are your predictions?
Sleepy Hollow episodes 12 and 13 air this Monday, January 20.
The show will return next season, as it was the first show of the new fall line-up to be renewed. The second season will start filming this March for an announced line-up of 13 episodes, although Fox Entertainment chief Kevin Reilly said a few more could be produced.