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Fox has already renewed Sleepy Hollow for Season 3, but when the supernatural drama returns to the schedule next fall, it will be without one of its key players.
Every TV season there are a few shows that land on the bubble between cancellation and renewal. This year, one of those shows was Sleepy Hollow, a part- historical, part-supernatural drama that premiered strongly during Season 1 but faltered a bit in the ratings during Season 2.
Despite the uptick in the potential of the last few episodes of the season, overall viewership has declined on the Fox drama, and this week the show suffered another blow. Executive Producer and showrunner Mark Goffman has officially stepped down from the drama.
Sleepy Hollow has had some difficulties keeping up the magic during its sophomore season. Some of the problems have been contributed to Ichabod’s wife, Katrina. Regardless, it’s still a little unpleasant to hear the actress who plays Katrina, Katia Winter, explain that her character really sucks.
This list features shows that all started out in pretty great places. These shows even found real success, but recently, it’s become pretty clear that they’re moving downward and show no signs of improving. In fact, these drop-offs can’t even be directly attributed to increases in DVR. Instead, a tangible percentage of viewers seem to be looking in other places for content.
There are a lot of berserk but awesome things about Sleepy Hollow. One of those awesome ideas is the show’s use of historical figures from the late 1700s to tie into plotlines involving Ichabod and Abbie. Soon the show will add Thomas Jefferson.
Sleepy Hollow has featured a lot of twists and turns during its second season. Some of these have been more compelling than others, but tonight the drama released a midseason finale that delivered. Sleepy Hollow’s midseason finale is action-packed, but that also means there are a ton of spoilers in this article.
Looking at buzz, ratings and other outside factors, we’ve compiled a list of the shows that are currently in danger of getting canceled. The list may change as the year wears on, but for now, check them out, and let us know if there are any you think are missing.
The complex supernatural police drama Sleepy Hollow 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.
Luckily, Cinema Blend has combed through last year’s premieres. We’ve watched and rewatched some of our favorite episodes, and we’ve cultivated a list of the Season 2 shows we feel pretty confident about. If you’ve been wondering what the various networks have to offer this is the best of the best, at least when it comes to second year shows. Pick ‘em up. It’s not too late to get on board and you haven’t missed too much with each of these shows.
Sleepy Hollow has enjoyed a popular first season and plenty of viral traction during its short lifespan. With the Season 2 premiere hitting the schedule on September 22 and the Season 1 Blu-ray and DVD release headed into homes in just a couple of weeks, it would make sense that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment might want to market the set with some fun ecards for fans.
Fox has announced their Fall 2014 premiere schedule. Along with bringing back a number of returning shows, the network will debut the highly anticipated Batman prequel series Gotham, murder mystery Gracepoint, John Mulaney's new comedy Mulaney, the hospital-set drama Red Band Society and new reality series Utopia.
Fox announced their 2014-2015 schedule this morning, and in addition to adding some of their anticipated new series -- Gotham included -- the network has made a few notable changes to their primetime line-up, including moving one of their popular live-action comedies to Sunday night and putting a new hour-long series on Tuesday, ahead of their New Girl/Mindy Project comedy block.
It's been mostly good news for Fox lately, with the exception -- of course -- of the recent cancellation of their promising sci-fi series Almost Human. While the futuristic drama won't be going forward, the network is looking to expand on its plans for Season 2 of Sleepy Hollow, as the second season will reportedly have more episodes than the first.
The crime procedural and television go together like peanut butter and jelly, or green eggs and ham. Or, like a serial killer and a jail cell — which is probably why they’re so darn popular. For over fifty years, the crime procedural has dominated television: from Dragnet to Columbo, 21 Jump Street to Law & Order and beyond — all of these iconic procedural dramas made the case for, and canonized, the methodology behind the madness, now and forevermore. In fact, crime procedurals are the number one US television export. We seem to really love them, huh?