Franklinstein made his debut on Fox’s Sleepy Hollow this week.
Sleepy Hollow returns for its second season on Fox with a fun opening that makes for an exciting kick off.
With the second season of Fox’s hit series “Sleepy Hollow” set to premiere next Monday, September 22, we want to let you know our tie-in comic book miniseries will be launching next month on October 15th.
The first season of Sleepy Hollow ends with a twist that surprised many, leaving fans with a long wait for season two.
Mills and Crane have to face one of the deadliest agents of Moloch, the problem is the demon is inside Irving’s daughter, Macey.
The Sin Eater has returned and this time he has to help Mills and Crane take down a Golem.
Entering a haunted house on Thanksgiving may change Crane forever. What did he find inside the old house? Find out in this week’s Sleepy Hollow.
This week the true identity of the Headless Horseman is revealed, and he has a shocking connection to Crane.
This week On Sleepy Hollow the Death returns for his head, and Captain Irving finally gets the proof he needs to by into everything going on in his town.
The Horsemen has returned and Abbie finally meets Katrina in this week’s Sleepy Hollow.
Crane gets new digs and another Horseman comes to town in this week’s Sleepy Hollow.
The door to hell is opened and the Mills sisters have to work together to stop the demons from using it to enter Sleepy Hollow.
Going to bed might not be a great idea after this week’s Sleepy Hollow. Nightmares are the theme of this week’s show and Mills has to get past her own if she has any hope staying out of the asylum.
Week two and Fox’s new hit, Sleepy Hollow, shows not signs of slowing down.
Sleepy Hollow gave audiences fun ride into a classic legend. Fox’s new show is just the right mix of history and the occult give audiences something new and fresh.