Sleepy Hollow made a big splash when it first hit Fox’s schedule last fall. However, its unconventional episode order—Season 1 only got 13 episodes—banished it from the minds of many after midseason. The complex supernatural police drama is headed back onto Fox’s schedule tonight, and if you needed a refresher or need to catch up on where the series is headed, we’ve taken a look back at a slew of Season 1 characters to bring you up to speed on where Sleepy Hollow is going.

One of the greatest things about Sleepy Hollow are the involved twists and turns the writers put our characters through. When last we left Crane, Mills and company, one character was trapped in purgatory while another was dealing with some pretty dysfunctional family issues. I guess that’s what happens when you have a witch for a wife and horseman of war for a son. Yeah, it’s pretty intriguing stuff, and don’t forget to tune in when Sleepy Hollow premieres on Fox tonight at 9 p.m. ET.

Ichabod Crane
Revolutionary war activist and supernatural fighter Ichabod Crane awoke in the 21st Century early in Season 1. He quickly proved his mettle, working with Lieutenant Abbie Mills to uncover the mystery of the headless horseman plaguing the town of Sleepy Hollow. Crane was also a bit of a fish out of the water and spent much of Season 1 adapting to modern day society, eventually attempting to coerce Mills into buying him a smart phone so that he could use the Internet more effectively. Toward the end of the season, Crane found out his wife birthed a son after he left the 18th century and resolved to solve the mystery of his son’s fate, eventually finding out that his son is actually one of the horsemen of the apocalypse.

What We Would Like To See In Season 2: Crane has some crazy family business to resolve. From the looks of early trailers, his son is a big baddie during Season 2. Additionally, he hasn’t worked through the fact that his wife lied to him about witchcraft for years. This should lead to sequences of pithy dialogue and plenty of danger. While we know Crane will escape the box his son left him in, he still has to defeat his archnemesis, the headless horseman who used to be his best friend Abraham Van Brunt. His earlier attempts backfired, but now that the headless horseman has his wife, I’m sure he’s ready to confront his enemy head on.

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