15 items from 2017
The upcoming feature film “Jacob’s Ladder,” an homage to the 1990 film of the same name starring Tim Robbins, is currently seeking real war vets and other background actors for a shoot this week and next in Atlanta. There are also spots available in the “Cabaret” national tour, an upcoming Fox action/sci-fi series, and an untitled cop thriller! “Jacob’S Ladder” Join “Jacob’s Ladder” in a background role this summer. The film, starring Michael Ealy and Nicole Beharie, is a dramatic thriller centered on a Vietnam War veteran who, plagued by hallucinations and flashbacks, begins to fall apart as the world around him morphs and twists into disturbing images. The film is currently seeking real veterans of war, aged 18 and older, for background roles. There are also roles available for Middle Eastern actors aged 20–40 to portray Afghanis and a male actor ages 18 and older to play a thug. »
Sleepy Hollow is, sadly, still deader than Ichabod before Katrina worked her magic. But that didn’t stop star Janina Gavankar from throwing us a ye olde bone or two about what might’ve happened if Fox had renewed the supernatural drama for a fifth season.
“I do think that we ended on a great note, story-wise,” she told TVLine before the Saturn Awards Wednesday. “Crane is off in [Washington,] D.C. He’s really found his footing. Jenny and he have found a new home there.” And, as we saw in the final moments of the series finale, “He and Diana are going off strong, »
The Sleepy Hollow TV show was cancelled, yesterday. Now, co-creator Phillip Iscove, has shared his feelings about the show, making sure to thank the cast, crew, and fans for the supernatural series' four season run. He's not alone, either. Actor Phillip Mears is also reaching out, in the wake of the news that there will be no Sleepy Hollow, season five. A historical fantasy drama, Sleepy Hollow stars Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane. The Fox cast also includes: Janina Gavankar, Lyndie Greenwood, Jerry MacKinnon, Rachel Melvin, Oona Yaffe, Jeremy Davies, and John Noble. After star Nicole Beharie departed the series at the end of season three, the possibility of even a fourth season was up in the air, so their gratitude is a lovely grace note. Read More… »
Naturi Naughton is having a girl!
The Power star reveals exclusively to People — alongside a gorgeous set of photos from her Sunday baby shower at The Dazzler Hotel in downtown Brooklyn, New York — that her first child, due to arrive this summer, will be a daughter.
“It’s a girl! My man and I totally predicted a boy at first,” Naughton, 32, tells People. “I was so sure because I am having such an easy and stress-free pregnancy and I had heard all these stories about how girls steal your beauty and make you really sick when pregnant. Well … so not true for me. »
- Melody Chiu and Jen Juneau
If you've enjoyed watching the adventures of Ichabod Crane, then you may be sad to hear that Fox has canceled Sleepy Hollow after four seasons.
Multiple sources, including Variety, have confirmed the news of Sleepy Hollow's cancelation, which suffered low ratings in its fourth season that aired from January–March of this year.
The show's fourth season was shorter than its previous installments (13 episodes compared to the usual 18) and featured a core cast transition following the departure of Nicole Beharie after the third season.
The series premiered in September of 2013, introducing viewers to a new take on Washington Irving's classic short story, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." Tom Mison starred as Ichabod Crane, who was transported from 1781 to a modern-day Sleepy Hollow. Creepy carnage ensued as the Headless Horseman and other evil entities terrorized the community.
At this time, there is no news regarding a potential pickup of »
- Derek Anderson
Fox has cancelled the supernatural drama Sleepy Hollow after four seasons. The network made the decision after a ratings slump with its lowest-rated season yet this year. The fourth season came back with a 13-episode order, down from the usual 18 of the previous season, meaning the writing was pretty much on the wall for the show’s future.
Sleepy Hollow saw Ichabod Crane resurrected in 2013 to renew his battle with the Headless Horseman. Together with officer Abigail Mills, they fought off hordes of demons to stop the Horseman and his evil master from bringing about the end of the world.
The show faced some changes throughout its time on television, including a change of showrunner and the departure of Nicole Beharie as Mills in the third season finale, leaving a very different fourth season in its wake. One of the other challenges for Sleepy Hollow in its fourth season was the move to Friday nights, »
- Ricky Church
Network: Fox Episodes: 62 (hour)Seasons: FourTV show dates: September 16, 2013 -- March 31, 2017Series status: Cancelled Performers include: Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Orlando Jones, Katia Winter, Lyndie Greenwood, John Noble, Nikki Reed, Shannyn Sossamon, Zach Appelman, Lance Gross, Jessica Camacho, Janina Gavankar, Jerry MacKinnon, Rachel Melvin, Oona Yaffe, and Jeremy Davies.TV show description: This mystery-adventure drama is a modern-day take on the classic Washington Irving story. Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) is resurrected and pulled two and a half centuries through time to unravel a mystery that dates all the way back to the founding fathers. Unfortunately, the infamous Headless Horseman is also revived and goes on a murderous rampage in present-day Sleepy Hollow. Ichabod quickly realizes that his old adversary is just the beginning, as the resurrected rider is »
Kayti Burt May 11, 2017
Sleepy Hollow is no more. Fox has cancelled the supernatural drama after four seasons...
Fox has cancelled Sleepy Hollow after four seasons.
The supernatural drama starring Tom Mison has endured a long, sad decline following its ratings and critical success in season 1. The show declined in viewership through seasons 2 and 3 before losing its co-lead Nicole Beharie at the end of season 3. Most of the show's remaining fan base went with her.
Fox attempted to reboot the drama for season 4 with the show moving to Washington D.C. and Janina Gavankar coming on as a costar alongside Mison and Lyndie Greenwood. Oona Yaffee joined the cast as kid Molly, Ichabod's new "Witness" partner in the fight against the oncoming apocalypse. As you might have guessed, a show called Sleepy Hollow that is no longer even in Sleepy Hollow anymore was a steep sell — even without the awkwardness of Beharie's departure. »
After four supernatural seasons, Sleepy Hollow has been canceled. The show, starring Tom Mison, made a huge splash when it premiered in 2013. Fox not only gave it a green light for season one, but ordered a second season. Since then, ratings have steadily declined. Though the show had a dedicated fan base, the cancellation isn't a huge shock, especially since female lead Nicole Beharie left in 2016. Current star Janina Gavankar tweeted about the news on Tuesday. I'm So grateful for my time on @SleepyHollowFOX. Thank you to the entire cast, crew, and most of all Fans who watched along the years. »
- Maggie Pehanick
“Sleepy Hollow” has been canceled after four seasons on Fox, TheWrap has learned. The supernatural drama starred Tom Mison as Ichabod Crane, alongside Lyndie Greenwood, Lance Gross and Jessica Camacho. The series was on the bubble last season after star Nicole Beharie departed the series and her character, Abbie Mills, was killed off in the finale. The show was ultimately renewed for a fourth season without Beharie, who played the detective partner to the time-displaced Crane. Also Read: How 'Sleepy Hollow' Scored Latest Breakthrough for Asian Americans On and Off Screen The cancellation comes the same day that »
- Reid Nakamura
The luck has run out for Fox's Sleepy Hollow.
The genre drama has been canceled after four seasons at the network.
A year after seeing female lead Nicole Beharie exit the Friday procedural, season four averaged a 0.9 in the demo and 3.2 million total viewers — with seven days of DVR. That's down considerably from the 20th Century Fox Television-produced drama's third run and, even with returns from international sales, not enough to get the Tom Mison starrer to a fifth season.
- Lesley Goldberg
Hold onto your heads, “Sleepy Hollow” viewers: Fox has cancelled the series, after four seasons, Variety has learned.
Though the show was a buzzy fan-favorite series, the cancellation comes as little surprise, as the supernatural drama wrapped its lowest-rated season yet this March. Season 4 was ordered with a shorter run of 13 episodes, after every other season had spanned 18 episodes.
The fantasy-cop drama saw its ratings plummet in season four, averaging a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demo and 1.9 million total viewers — down 40% in the demo and and 37% in viewers from season three.
The show had also undergone significant changes over the years both in front of and behind the camera. Following the second season, showrunner Mark Goffman exited the show and was replaced by Clifton Campbell. After the third season, star Nicole Beharie exited the series, posing a new creative direction for the show’s fourth season, though critics had praised the on-screen chemistry of Beharie and co-star »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Time to go back to bed, Ichabod: Fox has cancelled Sleepy Hollow, TVLine has confirmed.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
The supernatural drama, led by Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie in Season 1, was a hit for the network when it premiered in 2013. But its ratings steadily declined from Season 2 on; Beharie’s controversial exit from the series at the end of Season 3 — when Abbie Mills sacrificed herself in order to forward her fellow Witness’ mission — didn’t do much to endear the show to its fans.
Season 4 was a »
There will not be another last-minute reprieve for Sleepy Hollow as Fox has canceled the supernatural drama series after four seasons. Sleepy Hollow, inspired by Washington Irving's story, had been heavily on the bubble for a second straight year. Last year, it eventually was renewed for a fourth season, which marked a new chapter for the show following the shocking exit of female lead Nicole Beharie whose character Abbie was killed off in the Season 3 finale. Also, after… »
New setting, new cast, new look.
Sleepy Hollow returns on Friday for its fourth season, and there will be sweeping changes following the shocking death of Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie). The supernatural drama moves the action from Sleepy Hollow, New York to Washington, D.C., introducing several key characters as a result, including new female lead Janina Gavankar, a genre regular who will play Homeland Security Agent Diana Thomas.
But don’t expect Abbie 2.0. As Gavankar -- who has a knack for joining shows in their fourth seasons (see: The L Word, The Vampire Diaries and True Blood) -- tells Et ahead of the premiere, Diana will be markedly different and most importantly, she isn’t meant to “replace Abbie.” “Even though Abbie’s not physically there, she’s still part of the fabric of the show,” Gavankar, 36, maintains.
15 items from 2017
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