Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Season 4 premiere of Sleepy Hollow. Feel free to read one of our other fabulous articles if you haven't watched yet.

Ever since Sleepy Hollow made the shocking decision to kill off Abbie Mills, the main character played by Nicole Beharie, we've been hearing about all the changes that would be happening on the show. Now that Season 4 has premiered, we can tell you exactly what the four biggest changes looked like, and, with a couple of exceptions, the show is almost unrecognizable from its first three seasons. Let's start with the biggest change, shall we?

Sleepy Hollow Doesn't Take Place In Sleepy Hollow Anymore

Isn't that a lovely photo of Ichabod Crane in front of the Lincoln Memorial? You might be wondering what he's doing in Washington, D.C., and the answer, surprisingly enough, is actually that he lives there now. I know! Sleepy Hollow has abandoned the small town that was the focus of all the action for the first three seasons of the show, and has taken the supernatural events to D.C. How did this happen, you ask? Well, you might remember at the end of Season 3 that Crane was whisked away from the cemetery that Abbie was buried in by a big black SUV filled with mysterious government officials. When Season 4 opens, he's still being held and questioned by those enigmatic individuals two weeks later. When Crane finally escapes their clutches (which was actually a relatively easy affair), he finds that he was underground in the nation's capital. By the end of the episode, with no more real ties to Sleepy Hollow and obvious supernatural forces gathering in D.C., he decides to stay in town and do what he does best: fight demons and other creepy crawlies.

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