Fox Announces Sleepy Hollow Will Air in The Following's Time Slot and Releases a Batch of New Images and Trailer
We already heard that Fox had picked up "Sleepy Hollow" for its upcoming fall season, and now we know when it'll air and what it'll look like! Read on for more details, the trailer, and an image gallery.
The TV Upfronts begin next week, but already the networks are making announcements to attract advertisers. Fox picked up four new shows, including one we've had our eyes on for a while: "Sleepy Hollow," directed by Len Wiseman. We have all the details and some early photos.
More casting news has come for the Len Wiseman-directed pilot "Sleepy Hollow" as John Cho has been tapped for a guest starring role as local cop Andy Dunn.
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Now we don't know about you guys, but when it comes to possible actors being cast for a new TV show based on the classic Washington Irving tale featuring the headless horseman, the first name that immediately springs to mind is Orlando Jones. Right?
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With two TV shows brewing their own version of the classic Washington Irving tale Sleepy Hollow, it's going to be interesting to see which falls flat and which gallops away like The Headless Horseman on his ghostly steed.
Armageddon, Deep Impact. Volcano, Dante's Peak. Two projects with the same kind of idea. Happens all the time. Well, you can now add a television series based on Sleepy Hollow to that ever growing list!
The tale of the infamous Headless Horseman is one that has permeated every aspect of pop culture from books to movies and beyond. Hell, he even makes a guest appearance in Skyrim for god's sake! Now he may be galloping his spectral way to the small screen.