Sleepy Hollow Promo: Will You Watch?

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Fox is set to awaken the town of Sleepy Hollow this fall.

From the minds of Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, this modern day re-telling of the classic tale focuses on Tom Mison's Ichabod Crane, who is brought back to life and jumps over 250 years through time to discover that he is humanity's last hope.

Look for him to team with Nicole Beharie's police officer and investigate a mystery that goes all the way back to our founding fathers.

Sleepy Hollow will air at 9 p.m. on Mondays, starting in September. Watch the first promo below:

Fox has also unveiled the first Almost Human trailer. Check it out now!

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Trailer looks good! I like the cozy scenes. I'm always looking for something different on Television. I will be watching it in September.


Another dumbazz idea from brain dead junkie's........Icabod comes back from the deaed?.....OH niggah please~


I will definitely check it out! It's one of my favorite stories ever and I hope they do it justice!


Love the idea of it but after watching the trailer I think I'll pass. Too much modernization. They should have made it like the Tudors or Boardwalk Empire, etc...and kept it in the same era as the original story. Instead he rises from the dead and ends up working with a sassy female cop in modern day? Please


I'm intrigued by the promo for Sleepy Hollow, and I think I'll be tuning in. Adapting classic literature into TV shows doesn't generally work, but I think this might. Unfortunately I don't think I'm going to be home to watch live because I usually work nights at DISH so I won't be home when the show premieres. Even though I won't be home to watch; I'm not going to miss Sleepy Hollow because I will be able to watch it from my iPad by using the DISH Anywhere app. It will allow me to stream any live television broadcast on my iPad wherever I go with internet access so I'll be able to watch during my lunch break.


sounds like something to check out and that is what I will do


This could be good.


It does look interesting. I will give it a try.


Sounded interested inch but it didn't seem like my type of show but now that I've watched the trailer I think I wall watch the first episode and see how it goes from there.


It's Sleepy Hallow mixed with National Treasure. I like all that ghosty, mystery I'll be checking it out.