SLEEPY HOLLOW Renewed for 4th Season

Fox announced that it is renewing Sleepy Hollow for a fourth season.  The show, inspired by Washington Irving’s story, was only able to crack the adults 18-49 live and same day demo a few times and only in it’s third season.   However, it did have solid DVR gains and strong international sales, which is most likely the reason it was renewed. 

Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Phillip Iscove and Len Wiseman created the series, which is executive produced by Kurtzman, Orci and Wiseman, in addition to  Clifton Campbell, Albert Kim, Russell Fine, Raven Metzner and Heather Kadin.

Tom Mison will return as Ichabod Crane, along with returning cast  Lyndie Greenwood as Jenny Mills, Lance Gross as Daniel Reynolds and Jessica Camacho as Sophie Foster.

Source: Deadline

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