Ahead of the November 4th return of Sleepy Hollow, FOX has made every episode of the freshman supernatural drama available online and on demand. For the next week, the first five episodes of the series will be able to be watched through the FOX Now app, FOX.com, Hulu, and FOX On Demand for customers of AT&T U-Verse, Cox, Mediacom, Verizon FiOS, Time Warner Cable, XFINITY, Cablevision, Charter, Suddenlink, Bright House Networks, and Cable One.
Listed below are the titles and descriptions of the episodes that have aired thus far and that will be available for viewing over the next week.
Ichabod Crane wakes up in the 21st century but finds his 18th-century nemesis, the Headless Horseman, has also come along for the ride. After a local sheriff is killed, Crane teams up with Det. Abbie Mills to sort out the mystery and its historical implications, though her supervisor is skeptical of all the supernatural shenanigans.
A scary vision from Ichabod’s former wife, Katrina, sends him and Abbie on a hunt for an 18th-century witch who’s out for revenge in Sleepy Hollow. Meanwhile, Andy returns to the force and undertakes a questionable mission.
“For the Triumph of Evil”
The Sandman, a soldier in the army of evil, invades the dreams of Sleepy Hollow residents who turned a blind eye to justice at least once in their lives, and Abbie may be the next one to face a dark past that involves her institutionalized sister.
“The Legend Key of Solomon”
Ichabod and Abbie search for her estranged sister after she escapes from a psychiatric hospital; and finally learn the name of the evil force they are facing.
An unidentified boy is found in Sleepy Hollow, and Ichabod and Abbie are called to the case to speak with him, but must hurry to find out who he is and where he’s from when they realize something sinister is about to happen.
Sleepy Hollow airs Mondays at 9:00 on FOX. The network announced that the season finale of the show, which is already renewed for a second season, will be airing Monday, January 20th at 8:00.
Have you been enjoying Sleepy Hollow this season? Will you be catching up on the show now that every episode is available? Would you like to see more networks use this approach for their freshman series, especially if there’s a break in the airing pattern?