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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.
If you haven’t been keeping tabs on Sleepy Hollow, following a lackluster second season, Sleepy Hollow did manage to land a Season 3 renewal, but is making major changes. Here's the latest.
This week, Fox CEO Dana Waldon revealed that Sleepy Hollow should look different when it returns to the schedule this fall. Mainly, the show plans to be a whole lot more “fun” than it was last season. Here's how the show plans to do it.
Sleepy Hollow has already made some major lineup changes for Season 3. Now, this week we’ve learned another major character has been taken out of the equation, and this time he’s probably the most iconic character from the Washington Irving's original novel.
It appears that Fox’s supernatural series, Sleepy Hollow is about to add one of the reluctant residents of Wayward Pines. As the show heads into its third season amidst some major shakeups, the show will be boosting its rank of regulars with Shannyn Sossamon.
The trades have been reporting a huge crossover episode between two unrelated TV shows for a bit, now, but on Wednesday we finally learned exactly what that crazy crossover is going to entail. Let's just say a regular procedural is going to cross over with a supernatural show.
On the bright side, fan-favorite Empire will be returning in the fall, for an all new 18-episode series. Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens is also getting top billing, as is Minority Report. You can take a peek at Fox’s fall schedule, here.
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, we’ve devised a list of all of the major networks, noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
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.