Just three episodes into its first season, Fox's Sleepy Hollow has been renewed for another 13 episodes of fighting evil with anachronism. The series--which sees a time-displaced Ichabod Crane team with a modern cop to stop the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, because witches, and George Washington?--gave the network its highest rated drama premiere in six seasons, and it's managed to hold on to much of its audience, dropping only 11% in its second week. Rather than the usual "back-nine" order to flesh out this season, THR reports Sleepy Hollow has received a second season 13-episode order that could be expanded--though judging by the show's heavy-handed insistence that its events will span seven years, it's probably a good idea they try and pace it. Maybe wait until season three to finally get Ichabod a haircut and less dusty coat.
- British actor Tom Mison will reportedly star as Ichabod Crane in Fox's pilot for Sleepy Hollow. The show of course modernizes the tale, but probably not the way you're thinking: Crane somehow time-travels to the present day, where he joins the modern Hollow police force and a... / Continue →
Will Forte is teaming with his old Clone High creators for a show that is not another season of Clone High, so sorry if you were hoping that. But Fox has reportedly given a pilot commitment to The Last Man on Earth, a single-camera comedy created by Forte and to be produced by ... / Continue →
In keeping with always being a step or two behind Marvel, Warner Bros. is giving the S.H.I.E.L.D. treatment to the Batman world with Gotham, a series Fox reportedly just won after a bidding war. Because if Las Vegas and Miami deserve television procedurals, certainly Batman's h... / Continue →