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Interview: ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Star Tom Mison Talks New Direction

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"Sleepy Hollow" star Tom Mison chats with Blogcritics about his character and the remainder of season two. Read More »

Interview with ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Star Nichole Beharie

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To say I am obsessed with Sleepy Hollow is an understatement, so when I got the chance to chat with one of the stars of the hit apocalyptic thriller, Nichole Beharie (Abbie Mills), I was more than happy to answer the call!  Well into it’s sophomore season, Beharie spoke about monsters to come, dark family revelations and love! Monday November ... Read More »

TV Preview: “Sleepy Hollow”- Always Halloween In ‘World of Sleepy’

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Sleepy Hollow's sophomore year has begun its' thrill ride, captivating Sleepy Heads worldwide! Read More »

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Exceeds Expectations in Season Two Premiere

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Spoilers ahoy: tonight is the season two premiere of "Sleepy Hollow" and Blogcritics has the scoop! Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Bad Boys’

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The heart of the story lies in the flashbacks about sixteen-year-old Dean (Dylan Everett) and his experiences at the farm. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant

She’s a Cirque Du Freak, Cirque Du Freak, she’s Cirque Du Freaky. Read More »

TV Review: House, M.D. – “Moving the Chains”

Diabolical plan to mess with Foreman or altruistic attempt to heal Foreman's family. Why can't it be both? Read More »

Orlando Jones Guest Stars on the Next Episode of House, M.D.

Orlando Jones guest stars as Foreman's brother Marcus in "Moving the Chains," airing Monday on FOX. Read More »

TV Review: House, M.D. — “Remorse”

Does House have a conscience? Of course he does, but not so for this week's patient in "Remorse." Read More »

House Executive Producer Garrett Lerner Talks About Spinal Muscular Atrophy: What You Can Do to Help

House executive producer Garrett Lerner asks fans and friends to help find the cure for spinal muscular atrophy. Read More »