“I do think that we ended on a great note, story-wise. Crane is off in [Washington,] D.C. He’s really found his footing. Jenny and he have found a new home there. And, as we saw in the final moments of the series finale, he and Diana are going off strong, taking down a kraken, of all things!”
In fact, that mythical sea beast likely would’ve returned in a “big, big case” at the start of Season 5, continued the actress, who next will voice a character in the Star Wars: Battlefront II video game. “How do we handle the sirens and the kraken, all water-worldly creatures?”
On whether Diana’s daughter Molly/Lara would have featured in Season 5, the actress said:
“Nobody told me the answer, yet they were deciding whether or not Lara – older Molly – was going to be part of the cast and all the stories. I wanted to know what happened to my baby daddy. Did we call to tell him, ‘It’s OK, we know in that you’re not a werewolf?’”
Would you have watched that version of Sleepy Hollow? Still mad the show was cancelled? Glad the show was finally put to sleep by the reaper?