John Noble has been cast as Sherlock’s wealthy, estranged father on elementary – and he’s a regular! Noble will join the series when it returns this fall. He makes his entrance in season four premiere, coming to New York following Sherlock’s drug relapse.
We’ve been told that it might take a while before Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills free themselves from their respective purgatories in Sleepy Hollow’s second season. Judging from the season two teaser that follows the jump, they’ll have a lot of weirdness to face once they’re free (relatively speaking). Check it out.
Sleepy Hollow returns to FOX on Monday, September 22nd.
Washington Irving + Rip Van Winkle + Revelations = Sleepy Hollow? Oh, yeah! And if you’ve been following the series, you ain’t seen nuffin’ yet! Check out the three-minute trailer for the two hour season finale after the jump.
The two-hour season of Sleepy Hollow on Fox, Monday (8/7C). Be there and be scared!
For millions of people, John Noble will always be serendipitous mad scientist Walter Bishop from Fox’s long-running scifi series, Fringe. Tonight, though, he joins one of the season’s top new hits, Sleepy Hollow (Mondays, 8pm), in the recurring role of Henry Parrish – a sin eater who plays a crucial role in the lives of Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills.
On Thursday of last week, Noble spoke with a group of journalists/bloggers about this intriguing new role – and explained what a sin eater is in the context of the show. He also talked about how he approached the role and teased his part in tonight’s episode.
Fringe’s Walter Bishop, John Noble, has been cast in a recurring guest-star role on Sleepy Hollow. He will be playing Henry Parrish, a kind, reclusive man with with supernatural abilities that make it conceivable that he could help series protagonist Ichabod Crane.
So there’s another chance to see the marvelous Mr. Noble be ignored by the EMMYs for role in a genre series. On the upside, John Noble is joining Sleepy Hollow! For mre, follow the jump to the press release.
Fox’s cult favorite series Fringe (Fridays, 9/8C) airs its penultimate episode, The Boy Must Live, this evening. Yesterday, John Noble – who plays variations on the theme of Walter Bishop (if you watch regularly, you know what I mean) – took half an hour to speak with us from his home in Australia.
He talked about the fans who’ve kept Fringe on the air long enough for it come to an actual conclusion; he talked about which version of Walter was the most fun to play – and which was the hardest, and he shared with us the reason he thinks that the Fringe finale (airing next Friday with the show’s final two episodes back-to-back) is the perfect ending for the series.
Fringe (Fox, Fridays, 9/8C) is the little show that could – empowered by a hardcore fandom that has literally kept it on the air through force of will (and social media). As a result, we have a fifth and final season of thirteen episodes to wrap up one of the most intriguing and unusual shows to ever enjoy a five-season run on network television.