Remember what made the first season of Sleepy Hollow so great? The show’s definitely trying to remember. Last night’s fall finale reads like a callback list of big moments from season one—right down to the final sacrifice.
It’s been a while since Sleepy Hollow had the old-fashioned-serial momentum of season one, but darn it if “The Art of War” isn’t trying. Jenny being possessed by a demon has never been such brisk fun!
“This Red Lady from Caribee” technically wraps the first arc this season, but really it’s simpler: three dates, three disasters. A deadly wasp monster stings Abbie’s boss-ex and that’s still not the worst date this week.
This week, “Dead Men Tell No Tales” as Sleepy Hollow crossed over with Bones! It’s as odd as it sounds, and ran into some forensic snoozology, but it had Halloween charm and the most satisfying wrap of the season so far.
Sleepy Hollow has visibly been shaking off the ghosts of season two, and this episode offers more of everybody’s favorite: “The Sisters Mills.” It also presents a dental monster...and a Crane problem.
Yes, it’s true! In “Blood and Fear,” Ichabod Crane heroically begins the nightmarish quest that is the US citizenship application. They also hunt Jack the Ripper, but obviously that’s the B-plot.
Last week, Sleepy Hollow reintroduced its new determination to be fun, but it’s made empty promises before. The good news is that this week is just fun enough that we might actually start to believe them!
Let’s be honest—after season 2 of Sleepy Hollow, which always seemed an inch away from texting you directly asking for advice, we were wary about it coming back. Turns out, the show was, too!
The Sleepy Hollow season finale had one last chance to convince viewers to come back after a rocky second season. But did this "reverse pilot" do the trick? Spoilers ahead...
After what felt like a whole season of treading water, Sleepy Hollow revealed its huge end-of-season twist in "Awakening," the first half of a two-part finale. Is the second part going to be a disaster? Maybe. Is it still the biggest move of the season? Totally.
Thomas Jefferson was a pointed historical punchline in the first season of Sleepy Hollow, where Abbie and Irving enlightened Ichabod Crane about the dangers of lionizing his contemporary who had children with one of his slaves. In last night's "What Lies Beneath," he's the hero. How heroic? Ichabod bows to him…
After trying to woo you back with karaoke and a Hawley-free town, Sleepy Hollow tries to make "Spellcaster" the kind of episode that gets a show renewed. How'd they do?
This week, Sleepy Hollow is sorry for everything that's happened in Season Two. It still loves you, and it wants you to come back. It even makes two promises that could change the show – but can it deliver?
When we left Sleepy Hollow, it was torching its premise, shaking the show to its foundations and setting up for a wild comeback. How can it recover from so dramatic a midseason finale?
Well! Sleepy Hollow's sophomore slump took a sharp uptick this week with "Mama," which gave us a long-overdue Mills family reunion...in a really questionable hospital.
Today's election day! Have you voted? Abbie Mills and Ichabod Crane want you to. Also I guess Katrina's pregnant with Moloch, but I think we can all agree how little we care about that. Let's mostly just vote.
This week, Halloween comes to Sleepy Hollow via a terrifying revelation. No, not the Headless Horseman. No, not the demon possessions. No, not the sick kid who staggered into town and disrupted the hospital. No, not the pipers in the woods. Not even this week's ghost! You guys...Katrina did something.
Welcome back to Sleepy Hollow, the show determined to condense a season's worth of X-Files Across America's monster-of-the-week episodes into the environs of a single town! In "Go Where I Send Thee", we get The Pied Piper and his bone flute. For serious.
Welcome back to season two of Sleepy Hollow, the show that makes any attempt at describing it to a non-watcher sound like you're the drunk guy who went to a historical-conspiracy website one time and Cannot Stop Thinking About It!
With "The Vessel," Sleepy Hollow's back from the long winter of Ichabod's convoluted backstory for an episode of madcap supernatural shenanigans featuring the Mills and campy demons, and reminding us why we love the show in the first place.