'Sleepy Hollow' Season 2 Recap, Spoilers: The End of Days Approaches in Fall Finale Episode

Last week on the hit supernatural and action TV series "Sleepy Hollow" Season 2, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Lt. Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) journeyed in search for the powerful sword once held by Enoch.

The weapon, as revealed, is the one thing that could kill Moloch therefore putting a stop to his plans of destroying the world.

Meanwhile, Ichabod and Abbie still have to deal with the crisis concerning the Headless Horseman's (John Noble) plans. All the while Moloch is also growing stronger. Katrina (Katia Winter) did try to stop Moloch but failed.

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For the next part of the intense midseason finale of the program, the showdown between good and evil will continue and spoiler reports suggest that someone won't make it to next year.

A report from Entertainment Weekly indicated that in tonight's episode, the duo will deal with the "departure of a beloved character" and that fans should expect a "very surprising final twist."

With Moloch and Henry teaming up, anything could happen.

"Unforeseen sacrifices must be made and loyalties are put to the ultimate test in the fight against evil," the synopsis from The Futon Critic reads.

Does the "unforeseen sacrifices" mean that someone is going to die? Speculations from indicated that it could be Hawley (Matt Barr) who will be saying goodbye.

Other sources suggested that it could also be Frank (Orlando Jones), given his issues with Henry.

TVLine, meanwhile, cited the tease from lead star Nicole Beharie saying, "This is what we've been waiting for. I hope everyone's ready. Lace up your bootstraps."

"Sleepy Hollow" Season 2 fall finale airs this Monday, Dec. 1, at 9 p.m. on FOX.

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