The premise of Sleepy Hollow is absurd, but thanks to its cheeky sense of humor and some genuinely creepy monsters, the freshmen drama has become the breakout hit of the season.
"The key to this world is, if you keep it grounded in this emotional reality it'll feel authentic, but it has to be funny," executive producer Alex Kurtzman said at New York Comic-Con on Sunday. "We know how crazy our show is going to be. We know we are one molecule away from insane every second and that's the balance that were constantly holding."read more
Broadcast television has seen monkeys, robots and aliens as leading characters, but Sleepy Hollow will take things one step further this fall when a man without a head takes center stage on Fox.
After being frozen in time for 250 years, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) awakes to partner with Sleepy Hollow's sheriff Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) to solve the mysteries of a town ravaged by strange crimes. In his past life -- or life in the past, as it were -- Gen. George Washington enlisted Crane to fight the forces of evil, namely the Four Horsemen...read more
Fox is staying in business with Seth MacFarlane. The network has ordered a new half-hour comedy titled Dads, executive-produced by the man behind Family Guy, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show. Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild will write and executive-produce the series, about two successful thirtysomething guys whose lives are...read more