Fox Expects 'Sleepy Hollow' To Shift From Serialized To Episodic Stories

After word broke at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour that Fox had given an early renewal to shows like Gotham and the just-launched Empire, questions hung about some of the network's more fanbase-heavy hits like Sleepy Hollow.

Today, Deadline has a reports up on several shows on the bubble from New Girl to Bones, and during the discussion, CEO Dana Walden discussed the potential future of the Revolutionary War-inspired horror adventure show.

"On Sleepy Hollow, we are going to wait a little bit longer," she said. "We are excited about some creative changes on he show. We want to get back to something that feels a little bit more episodic in nature, it has become overly serialized. We are trying to return the fun to it a little bit. This is all about calibrating the show, not making dramatic changes. Hopefully it will come back as well."


The fan favorite drama returns to air with new episodes Monday night at 9:00 p.m. E/P on Fox.

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