May 24 2024


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Sleepy Hollow Renewed

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Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci‘s Sleepy Hollow has been renewed for another season.

The series is currently airing its first season, which will run for thirteen episodes.

Sleepy Hollow debuted September 16 as Fox’s highest-rating drama premiere in six seasons, with a 3.5 rating among adults aged eighteen to forty-nine.

In Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) is resurrected and pulled two-and-a-half centuries through time to find that the world is on the brink of destruction and that he is humanity’s last hope, forcing him to team up with a contemporary police officer (Nicole Beharie) to unravel a mystery that dates all the way back to the Founding Fathers.”

“The show has proven to be a risk well worth taking — it’s a conceptual blast unlike anything else on television and it all holds together with inventive writing and a fantastic cast,” said Fox Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly. “I can’t wait for fans to experience what else is in store for this fall and even more of this wild ride into season two.”

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12 thoughts on “Sleepy Hollow Renewed

  1. I’m surprised at how much I like this show. It has a nice mix of everything, IMO.

  2. Except, once again, adherence to the source material… in this case, the Bible. How many times must we be presented with the idea that the end of time is a bad thing? In the Bible it is presented as a pre-requisite for true communion with God… ie not a bad thing at all. Do horrible, awful things happen at the end? Sure… But in virtually all popular fiction it is seen as something that humans must avoid at all costs… which is a fundamental misunderstanding of the material…. Hmmmmm, that sounds familiar.

  3. I can not support these guys on principle. It’s not just that they gave us JJ Trek, they are just so arrogant, especially Orci!

  4. The Bible is the “source material” for the concept of the end of time? That is sure news to the thousands of years of other religions that dealt with the same concept before, after, and during the era of Abrahamic religions.

  5. lol, they quote from the Book of Revelation, the main bad guys are the four horsemen of the apocalypse, and they’re dealing with angels and demons within mostly the Christian context……… So, what were you saying again?

  6. I’m no longer a Nielsen family, so what I watch or don’t doesn’t much matter anymore… I’ve checked it out. It’s about as entertaining as anything else they do.

  7. Me too. Guess I’m just not as picky as some. Show’s a lot of fun and the characters are interesting 🙂

  8. Which is to say it has its highlights, makes you facepalm with their lack of research and logic, gives you a warm fuzzy and is ultimately forgettable?

    Wait a minute. I’ve just described a really bad hand job.

    Oh well. It still fits.

  9. By that he means they are clearly using the Christian Bible as a source, but seem to have a poor grasp on the material. Unsurprising. I would also not be surprised if those knuckleheads think that the Christians invented the concept because Googling is too much like work.

  10. Question, how much research and logic do you think is proper for a good handjob? Just wondering 😉

  11. You’d be surprised. I’ve been with girls who practically needed a diagram.

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