Mr. Sandman / bring me a dream / make it an episode of Sleepy Hollow that I’d like to see…
Welcome to the most watchable waste of potential of the fall 2013 season. And when are they going to give a shout out to Bella’s donuts?!
Sleepy Hollow is totally just turning into a screed on the evils of capitalism, right?
Almost nothing Sleepy Hollow could put on the screen would top what a non-viewer imagines they *could* do. Almost nothing…
Fox released its Fall 2014 Schedule Monday as part of its Upfronts presentation. How will the network fill the three hours vacated by The X Factor?
It’s the season finale! Who had Zombie George Washington in their pool? All three of us still watching the show? I thought so.
This episode has everything! Except for coherence, or much of Abbie. And they killed my favorite side character. Sooooo… yeah.
Everything old is new again on TV this week. Tonya and Nancy will be revisited, there’s an adaptation of a V.C. Andrews classic, and SyFy has created a hybrid of reality game shows.
Fox’s Sleepy Hollow enters the homestretch of its first season tonight. Though no corpse is as exquisite as this one recapping Ichabod’s adventures.
Ichabod and the good leftenant are on the trail of a witch who’s trying to bring about her own resurrection as Sleepy Hollow sets up a monster-of-the-week format that is still watchable, if not quite as much fun as the pilot.
Fox’s Sleepy Hollow was pitched as a twenty-first century update on Washington Irving’s early-nineteenth century short story, and looks like The Following meets National Treasure, only if Sean Bean was missing a few pounds above the neck. Did this story’s new origin story pan out?