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Fox's Sleepy Hollow has tapped a Lost alum to play the supernatural drama series’ Big Bad for Season 4.
If you’re looking for some new sci-fi stuff to stream this month, August brings a whole lot of modern classics (and animated Marvel flicks) to the table.
With Ichabod officially looking for a new partner in Season 4 of Sleepy Hollow, we finally know who’ll be joining him as he investigates a whole new string of supernatural weirdness.
As Fox’s one-time hit Sleepy Hollow looks to reinvent itself in Season 4, the series is taking a few pages from the playbook of one of the network’s oldest successes to try and get it right.
The charismatic Sleepy Hollow frontman speaks up on Abbie's sad departure from the show.
The major networks are knee-deep in up-front presentations, and Fox has decided to keep one of its former hits on life support for at least one more season.
The ratings have taken a major hit since the breakout debut season, and with Sleepy Hollow on the proverbial bubble at the end of Season 3, the creative team decided to make one heck of a wild move. So, what’s next?
It's time for even more midseason returns.
Can Sleepy Hollow's change of direction in Season 3 help the show win back momentum? We talked to the people behind the show at New York Comic Con for answers.
Sleepy Hollow invaded the Big Apple for New York Comic Con, where the cast teased their upcoming Bones crossover event and a major plot twist.
Not all horror movies are all horror. Some of them show you their heart, even as it's being ripped out of a chest.
This weekend, our writers are getting their asses to Mars and diving into the Halloween season with classic horror movies and games. What's on your pop culture agenda?
Looks like our Headless Horseman is no match for Pandora and her mythic Box.
The fall premieres continue this week with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Sleepy Hollow, and more.
It’s amazing how much the quality slid in the second season of Sleepy Hollow, but the creative team wants to get thing back on track in Season 3 — and here’s a fresh peek at the 2.0 version.