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Fox cancels Sleepy Hollow

05.10.2017by: Mike Sprague
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Well, this is too bad. I guess. It seems FOX had gone ahead (get it?) and canceled the TV series SLEEPY HOLLOW after four seasons.

This comes after the series' fourth season was the lowest-rated season the show ever had - even with a shorter order this time around with 13 episodes, down from the 18 episode season that preceded it. The show's ratings plummet in season four, averaging a mere 1.9 million total viewersdown 37% from season three.

Personally, I watched the first season and then couldn't get into the second. It was fun while it lasted but the thought of having to watch this series weekly and grow to care about it was something I decided to opt out of.

That said, from what I have heard the series was already losing its fans after showrunner Mark Goffman left and star Nicole Beharie headed off (get it??) after the end of season three. The fact that the series was not so well-regarded any longer makes sense to me considering the two lead characters' chemistry was a big drawn to the series.

Again, oh well. SLEEPY HOLLOW, after all, wasn't the only FOX series to get the axe (get it???) recently. ROSEWOOD and PITCH were also left with their heads rolling. No word on if SCREAM QUEENS will see a third season yet... But I'll keep you guys up to date on anything I hear regarding that series.

What do you think of SLEEPY HOLLOW and/or its cancellation?

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Katia Winter

Extra Tidbit: Did you watch SLEEPY HOLLOW till the end?
Source: Variety

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5:06PM on 05/10/2017

Great concept, at least for the first season

I didn't even bother returning for season 2. It just became the same plot repeating itself. How many times can they capture the horsemen and have them escape or be set free in exchange... The monster of the week formula didn't work either. Show peaked like halfway through season one then buried itself.
I didn't even bother returning for season 2. It just became the same plot repeating itself. How many times can they capture the horsemen and have them escape or be set free in exchange... The monster of the week formula didn't work either. Show peaked like halfway through season one then buried itself.
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