“Sleepy Hollow” Season 3 will take the plot in a “slightly different direction,” revealed cast member Charlene Amoia in an exclusive interview with International Business Times. The actress will be playing the role of Susan James in the next season of the television series.
While Amoia hadn’t watched all the episodes of the TV series, she said that she was able to catch up before filming her scenes. “It’s one of those shows where you get instantly hooked and then you just have to keep watching!” she said, adding that she loves the way the TV series “mixes the genre elements with some serious drama and a tinge of comedy here and there.”
Talking about her character on the show, Amoia said that Susan “witnessed some bad things.” “She’s been weighed down by these secrets and starts to realize that her knowledge is putting her in serious danger,” the actress explained.
Though Amoia didn’t get to spend a lot of time with the executive producer of “Sleepy Hollow” Season 3 Clifton Campbell, the actress said that she heard on set that the he has “tons of exciting surprises in store for the fans.” “Season 3 goes in a slightly different direction than the first 2 seasons, which I think will keep everyone on their toes,” Amoia said.
“I'm always careful about spoilers, but I can tell you that Ichabod (Tom Mison) and Abbie (Nicole Beharie) encounter a whole new set of obstacles in season 3 and the premiere has a super fun way of setting them all up! I’d tell you more, but I’m afraid I’d lose my head!” Amoia teased.
One popular way that producers have been adding excitement to their TV shows is by planning crossovers. When asked about her opinion on crossovers, Amoia said that the crossover with “Bones” was “really fun!” “I always think it’s cool when the writers find creative ways to mix the worlds of two very different shows. I hope they continue to do them!” she said.
The actress apparently also had some fun while filming “Sleepy Hollow” Season 3. “My first day of shooting was in a huge warehouse on a goat farm which was challenging because the animals didn’t seem to care when the A.D. yelled ‘Quiet on the set!’ Luckily, most of my scenes were with Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie who were both incredibly lovely to work with. So we got through it together,” she said.