List of Sleepy Hollow episodes

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Sleepy Hollow is an American supernatural drama television series that premiered on Fox on September 16, 2013.[1] The series is considered a "modern-day retelling" of the 1820 short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washington Irving.

As of January 20, 2014, 13 episodes of Sleepy Hollow have aired, thus concluding the first season.

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedDVD and Blu-ray Disc release date
Season premiereSeason finaleRegion 1Region 2Region 4
113September 16, 2013 (2013-09-16)January 20, 2014 (2014-01-20)September 16, 2014 (2014-09-16)[2]TBASeptember 17, 2014 (2014-09-17)[3]
218[4]September 22, 2014 (2014-09-22)[5]TBATBATBATBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2013–14)[edit]

No. in
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No. in
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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProduction
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
11"Pilot"Len WisemanStory by: Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman & Phillip Iscove & Len Wiseman
Teleplay by: Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci & Phillip Iscove
September 16, 2013 (2013-09-16)1AWL7910.10[6]
In the town of Sleepy Hollow, New York in 1781, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) decapitates the Headless Horseman in battle but is mortally wounded himself, and collapses. Both he and the Horseman awaken in 2013 in Sleepy Hollow, New York. The latter kills the local sheriff, August Corbin (Clancy Brown) and Crane is inadvertently arrested for his murder by Corbin's former partner, Lieutenant Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie). Crane asserts that not only is he innocent of the murder, but that he's actually just awakened after several centuries of entombment. Mills is inclined to believe Crane, and together they learn that the Horseman is actually Death, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and is seeking his head to summon the other horsemen to bring about the Apocalypse. Mills and Crane recover the head before the Horseman does, thanks to a dream sent by Crane's wife (Katia Winter), executed centuries earlier for witchcraft. Crane and Mills also discover that Corbin had been keeping detailed files on the various mysteries of Sleepy Hollow.
22"Blood Moon"Ken OlinRoberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman & Mark GoffmanSeptember 23, 2013 (2013-09-23)1AWL018.59[7]
Mills' superior Frank Irving (Orlando Jones) reluctantly allows her to work with Crane due to the events occurring in Sleepy Hollow; the two begin using Corbin's gathered archives of occult material. Elsewhere, Andy Brooks (John Cho), a former fellow police officer who was killed in the previous episode assisting the Headless Horseman, is reanimated and given new orders to resurrect the witch, Serilda of Abaddon (Monique Ganderton). Serilda completes the ritual for her resurrection by hunting down and killing the descendants of the magistrate who burnt her for witchcraft, but Crane and Mills destroy her with explosives. Mills has a dream/vision of Corbin, who tells her to not be afraid of '49' - the room number of a mental hospital where her sister Jenny (Lyndie Greenwood) resides.
33"For the Triumph of Evil"John F. ShowalterStory by: Phillip Iscove
Teleplay by: Jose Molina
September 30, 2013 (2013-09-30)1AWL027.97[8]
A psychoanalyst connected to the Mills sisters mysteriously commits suicide and Crane and Abbie Mills visit her sister at the institution. When others commit suicide as well, the Witnesses learn that the source of the mysterious deaths is the Mohawk dream spirit Ro'kenhronteys, or the Sandman. By entering the dream world of this spirit, they are able to resolve the problem and confront their past guilts and atone for them. When Mills goes to re-visit her sister, she learns that Jenny has escaped.
44"The Lesser Key of Solomon"Paul EdwardsDamian KindlerOctober 7, 2013 (2013-10-07)1AWL037.96[9]
Mills and Crane search for Jenny, tracking her down to a cabin belonging to Corbin. Mills further learns that Corbin had Jenny track down rare and often magical objects, such as a sextant. This object reveals an old map of Sleepy Hollow marking the hidden location of The Lesser Key of Solomon, a book that can open a doorway to the seventh circle of Hell. A secret group of Hessians aligned with the Horseman get their hands on both the sextant and the book, but Mills destroys the book and ends the ritual. The Witnesses also learn that the demon they are facing is named Moloch.
55"John Doe"Ernest DickersonMelissa BlakeOctober 14, 2013 (2013-10-14)1AWL047.59[10]
A sickly boy suffering from an unknown disease is discovered in the woods and immediately put under CDC quarantine. Because the boy can only speak Middle English and says he is from Roanoke, Crane deduces that the child is from the lost Roanoke Colony from the 16th century. Investigating, the Witnesses discover a portal to a hidden village and the people within to be suffering from - but not dying from - the same illness, originating from the Horseman, Pestilence. The boy was lured out into the present to spread his disease, but Crane and Mills return him to his village, and the people both within and without the village are cured.
66"The Sin Eater"Ken OlinStory by: Aaron Rahsaan Thomas
Teleplay by: Alex Kurtzman & Mark Goffman
November 4, 2013 (2013-11-04)1AWL057.08[11]
Crane is kidnapped by Freemasons and, after confirming his identity, they ask him to take poison that will kill both him as well as the Horseman (since their blood is linked occultly). Mills tracks down a Sin Eater so that Crane can be sanctified, and together they prepare for the Horseman's return that evening at nightfall.
77"The Midnight Ride"Doug AarniokoskiHeather V. RegnierNovember 11, 2013 (2013-11-11)1AWL067.03[12]
Crane discovers the Freemasons in Sleepy Hollow have been beheaded by the Horseman, and realized that the creature is seeking its own head. Irving recovers the head from the lab (where it has stymied attempts to categorize it) before the Horseman comes for it, barely escaping with his life. Crane and Mills cannot destroy the head by normal means, so they use it to lure and trap the Horseman using both science and magic.
88"Necromancer"Paul EdwardsMark Goffman & Phillip IscoveNovember 18, 2013 (2013-11-18)1AWL077.09[13]
Mills and Crane interrogate the Horseman with Andy's help, despite the dead policeman Brooks' warnings not to do so. During the interrogation the Horseman reveals himself to be Abraham, Katrina's former fiancé and Ichabod's friend who was killed by Hessians and turned into the Horseman by Moloch. Brooks, under control of Moloch, sneaks a druidic relic into the chamber where the Horseman is being held and uses it to dispel the magical bindings of the chamber built by Thomas Jefferson. This allows Moloch's hellish minions to be summoned into the chamber, who disappear with Brooks and the Horseman just as the Horseman is about to kill Crane.
99"Sanctuary"Liz FriedlanderDamian Kindler & Chitra Elizabeth SampathNovember 25, 2013 (2013-11-25)1AWL086.56[14]
Mills and Crane investigate the missing case of Lena Gilbert (Erin Cahill), a wealthy grand daughter of a mining and oil magnate. Lena went missing while visiting her country house owned by her family. Turns out, the house is owned by an old acquaintance of Crane, Lachlan, who put a hex around the house as a protective spell. Crane especially takes an interest with the case because Lena circled a name "Katrina C" (which he assumed as Katrina Crane) in a paper that she left behind. Lena explains that Katrina was the last person who took sanctuary in the house a long time ago. The house is haunted and as a result, Lena, Crane and Mills are attacked on their way out from the trapped house. Mills has a vision of Katrina giving birth to a baby boy while taking sanctuary in the house, Crane's son.
1010"The Golem"J. Miller TobinStory by: Alex Kurtzman
Teleplay by: Mark Goffman & Jose Molina
December 9, 2013 (2013-12-09)1AWL096.65[15]
Ichabod and Abbie enlist the help of Henry Parrish to find information about Ichabod's son. Henry sends Ichabod to purgatory to confront Katrina. When Ichabod returns, he, Abbie, and Henry search to find the Golem that was summoned by his son Jeremy as a means of protection. Ichabod and Abbie receive a threatening message from Moloch.
1111"The Vessel"Romeo TironeStory by: Mark Goffman & David McMillan
Teleplay by: Melissa Blake
January 13, 2014 (2014-01-13)1AWL106.46[16]
Ancitif, a minion of Moloch with the ability to jump from body to body and possess its victims via physical contact, returns to Sleepy Hollow after a seven year absence and delivers a foreboding warning to Captain Irving: unless he delivers George Washington’s Bible – a valuable resource in the war against Moloch - great harm will befall his daughter, Macey.
1212"The Indispensable Man"Adam KaneStory by: Sam Chalsen
Teleplay by: Damian Kindler & Heather V. Regnier
January 20, 2014 (2014-01-20)1AWL116.82[17]
Ichabod and Abbie while studying George Washington's Bible learn of a map of purgatory that was created after Washington had presumably died and that it was likely buried along with his body. They then enlist the help of Henry Parrish in locating Washington's burial site and travel along with him to find the map. Meanwhile Andy, after earlier begging Abbie to hand over the map offers himself to Moloch and is transformed into a demon by Moloch and is ordered to locate the map. Inside Washingtons tomb, Ichabod, Abbie, and Henry locate the map but are then attacked by Andy but manage to successfully escape, and trap Andy in the tomb. Abbie then warns Ichabod of what might happen should they use the map to rescue Katrina from purgatory and tells Ichabod to burn the map, which he understands and reluctantly burns.
1313"Bad Blood"Ken OlinAlex Kurtzman & Mark GoffmanJanuary 20, 2014 (2014-01-20)1AWL127.05[17]
Ichabod and Abbie travel to purgatory to enlist the help of Katrina when they learn from Henry Parrish that the Horseman of War will appear in the real world during the forthcoming Eclipse. Prior to leaving they are warned by Henry to resist any and all temptations that may be presented to them in Purgatory. When they arrive in Purgatory Abbie and Ichabod are separated and both seemingly are living a false reality surrounded by friendly faces. When they both come to realize that what they are seeing is not real they are both reunited and travel to the church to find Katrina. Meanwhile in the real world Captain Frank Irving, seemingly unable to explain why a police officer and a priest were killed protecting his daughter, confesses to the murders when he learns that his daughter may be arrested. At the Church Abbie and Ichabod learn from Katrina that she is unable to leave unless someone were to take her place, to which Abbie agrees. When Ichabod and Katrina return to the real world they travel to the location with the four white trees in the hope Katrina can prevent the Horseman of Wars arrival. When their efforts aren't successful Henry reveals that the Horseman is not there, and restrains Ichabod and Katrina on the trees before revealing to their horror that he is their son and that he was resurrected by Moloch 13 years ago, something Jenny learns but is unable to reveal when she is ambushed by the Headless Horseman. He then reveals that he is the Horseman of War, and allows the Horseman of Death to take Katrina away to Ichabod's horror. Back in Purgatory Abbie learns of what really happened the day she and Jenny saw Moloch in the woods as teenagers and that the memory was removed from her mind. In the real world Henry then forces Ichabod into a wooden casket, binds him with vines, and then breaks the second seal. Henry then closes the casket, ending the first season.

Season 2[edit]

On October 3, 2013, Fox renewed Sleepy Hollow for a second season,[18] which is set to premiere in 2014.[19][20] The season will contain 18 episodes.[21]

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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProduction
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
141"Hellfire"[22]Ken OlinMark GoffmanSeptember 22, 2014 (2014-09-22)[5]2AWL01
152"The Kindred"[23]Mark Goffman & Albert Kim20142AWL02

Ratings[edit]

Season 1 (2013–14)[edit]

No.TitleAir dateRating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1"Pilot"September 16, 20133.5/910.10[6]2.35.275.815.37[24]
2"Blood Moon"September 23, 20133.1/88.59[7]2.24.965.313.54[25]
3"For the Triumph of Evil"September 30, 20133.0/87.97[8]2.14.835.112.79[26]
4"The Lesser Key of Solomon"October 7, 20132.8/77.96[9]1.94.294.712.25[27]
5"John Doe"October 14, 20132.7/77.59[10]1.74.024.411.61[28]
6"The Sin Eater"November 4, 20132.5/67.08[11]1.84.134.311.21[29]
7"The Midnight Ride"November 11, 20132.6/77.03[12]1.63.674.210.70[30]
8"Necromancer"November 18, 20132.5/67.09[13]1.53.564.010.65[31]
9"Sanctuary"November 25, 20132.2/66.56[14]1.43.453.610.01[32]
10"The Golem"December 9, 20132.2/66.65[15]1.53.553.710.20[33]
11"The Vessel"January 13, 20142.2/66.46[16]1.33.173.59.63[34]
12"The Indispensable Man"January 20, 20142.2/66.82[17]
13"Bad Blood"January 20, 20142.4/67.05[17]1.33.053.710.10[35]

References[edit]

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