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We are reaching the end of the TV season, which means the networks are sitting down and not only figuring out which new programs will hit the schedule next year but also which programs will be cancelled, many of them before their time.
Sleepy Hollow has always been good and churning out the season ending cliffhangers, but, you know, this is kind of ridiculous. How is the show supposed to go on after this?
Well, Sleepy Hollow proved tonight that it was still capable of surprising us. Unfortunately for one character, though, the results of that surprise were quite fatal.
This spring, we’ve culled through all of the big TV shows on the major networks and have come up with a list of programs that are hurting in the ratings and very well may not be on the schedule when the new season kicks off. Here's what we know.
Sleepy Hollow started out as a critical darling on Fox, a supernatural series with a great fish out of water story that endeared itself to a moderately-sized but avid audience. Over time, things haven't been looking so great.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
Because shows leave the air for a big chunk of the winter, fans are often left on big cliffhangers, including deaths, secret love affairs and more. The good news? We can already tell you when some of your favorites will be coming back.
Let’s face it, some of our favorites have fallen a little short of expectations as of late. But, we keep watching. I like to call this “hope-watching.” It’s the simple idea of holding on to a show when it’s really not working for you anymore, all in the hope that it’ll light your world on fire again. Now, here’s a few shows that need to get better in order to hold our attention for much longer.
After a strong first season, Sleepy Hollow really struggled during Season 2. Because of this, some characters on the series were killed off or written off in order to revamp the show for a third season.
Every season the TV landscape becomes cluttered with shows that have been abandoned by their networks or audiences. Well, two shows have now gotten a hint of their actual popularity, because the network is showing them no love.
Television over the years has seen creepy crawlies ranging from zombies to werewolves to vampires, but there’s nothing like a witch to give us nightmares. There are plenty of ways for a witch to be terrifying, and not all of them involve cauldrons or broomsticks.
Traditional cable and network TV outlets still very much rely on ratings to nab advertising dollars. So, we’ve decided to take a look at what shows are already faltering in those ratings this fall, looking only at programs that very well could be cancelled by the end of the season.
Both crossover episodes will air on October 29, and we now know exactly what the episodes will be about. Hint: Like many other great TV episodes that came before it, the crossover will have a Halloween theme.
Heading into its third season, the supernatural drama has already signed on a new showrunner and made some major changes. Now, we know the show is making another interesting change.
The Internet is where people go now to champion their favorite TV shows, and as you might imagine, some shows have far more diehard fans than others. A new study by Nielsen Social has been put together to gauge the 10 most popular shows from the 2014-2015 season, according to the most loyal fans on Twitter.