Sleepy Hollow (season 3)

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Sleepy Hollow (season 3)
Season 3 U.S. DVD cover.jpg
Starring
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 18
Release
Original network Fox
Original release October 1, 2015 (2015-10-01) – April 8, 2016 (2016-04-08)
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List of Sleepy Hollow episodes

The third season of the Fox television series Sleepy Hollow premiered on October 1, 2015, and consisted of 18 episodes.[1][2] This season it moved time slots to Thursdays at 9:00 pm.[1] On February 5, 2016, the show premiered in its new timeslot of Friday at 8:00 pm.[3]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Guest cast[edit]

Special guest stars[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
US viewers
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321"I, Witness"Peter WellerAlbert KimOctober 1, 2015 (2015-10-01)3AWL023.46[7]
Nine months have passed since Katrina's death. A mysterious woman named Pandora encounters the Headless Horseman, seals him within a mysterious box, and summons a yaoguai, a demon that feeds on the fear of its victims. Ichabod reaches out to Abbie (who is now an FBI agent) after he is arrested and detained for smuggling an artifact into the United States. When Abbie arrives to collect him, he reveals that Katrina's pendant, which is linked to the Horseman's power, has warned him of the latter's disappearance, meaning that a new threat has emerged. The two are subsequently drawn into an investigation of a double homicide, with both victims having shown great fear before they were killed. Ichabod leads Abbie and Jenny to a message left by his fellow agent Betsy Ross, which reveals that the demon is drawn to the smell of gunpowder. The group lays a trap, but the demon proves too strong, and Abbie barely manages to kill it.
332"Whispers in the Dark"Russell FineM. Raven MetznerOctober 8, 2015 (2015-10-08)3AWL013.27[8]
A murder in a shopping mall is traced back to another demon, who targets those keeping dark secrets from others. To lure it in, Abbie reveals that she has recently found her absent father - although she has yet to tell Jenny - and Crane reveals that General William Howe once offered him passage back to England in return for the names of rebel spies, which he nearly accepted. The demon turns out to be the twisted soul of a man named Marcus Collins, the knowledge of which Crane uses to distract and destroy it.
343"Blood and Fear"Kate DennisDamian KindlerOctober 15, 2015 (2015-10-15)3AWL032.97[9]
Pandora gives a cursed knife to a troubled man, causing him to seek out and murder those he hates. Ichabod recalls a similar incident during his studies at Eton College in 1763, and identifies the knife as having once been used by Jack the Ripper. His research indicates that the knife itself has been linked to countless murders throughout history. As each wave of murders stopped amid a sudden outbreak of disease, the Witnesses realize that the curse can be broken by infecting the wielder. When an attempt to infect the man with malaria-tainted blood fails, Ichabod infects himself and uses his own blood to defeat the killer. Unbeknownst to them, Pandora collects Abbie's fear and uses it to fertilize her tree, causing a single flower to bloom on its branches.
354"The Sisters Mills"Guillermo NavarroHeather V. RegnierOctober 22, 2015 (2015-10-22)3AWL042.89[10]
Ichabod and Abbie investigate a case involving two sisters; the younger had fallen into a mysterious coma, and the other tells them that she witnessed her sister being attacked by a monster. They learn that the creature responsible is called the Abyzou, which Ichabod likens to the Tooth Fairy once they discover that the demon targets children who are about to lose, or have lost, a tooth and feeds on their soul. Ichabod remembers that Betsy Ross was in a similar situation with her niece, and had enlisted the help of Paul Revere, who used silver to drive away the Abyzou. At the hospital, Pandora, posing as a nurse, persuades the older sister to offer herself to the demon in order to save her sibling. With Abbie temporarily incapacitated by the creature, Ichabod shoots it with silver nitrate, exposing it long enough for Jenny to kill it. Abbie and the girl make a full recovery at the hospital, while another flower blooms on Pandora's tree.
365"Dead Men Tell No Tales"Russell FineSam Chalsen & Nelson GreavesOctober 29, 2015 (2015-10-29)3AWL054.57[11]

Pandora reanimates General Howe and his soldiers as revenants, sending them to march on Sleepy Hollow during Halloween. Crane and Abbie break into Howe's grave, where they find mysterious bone fragments. Aided by Abbie's FBI contacts, Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) and Doctor Temperance "Bones" Brennan (Emily Deschanel), they trace the bones to an underground tomb beneath the Capitol, which was supposedly built for Washington and contains a prototype version of Greek fire, which Brennan mistakes for napalm. Using the fire, they destroy Howe and his men in the sewers. Although aware of Pandora's role in Howe's resurrection, Ichabod and Abbie are unaware that another flower has bloomed on her tree.

This episode concludes a crossover with Bones that begins on "The Resurrection in the Remains".
376"This Red Lady from Caribee"Olatunde OsunsanmiShernold EdwardsNovember 5, 2015 (2015-11-05)3AWL063.04[12]
Pandora summons an insect-like demon that drives its victims into a state of intense paranoia. Among them is Abbie's superior at the FBI, Reynolds, who tries to kill her in a rage before being subdued. Using notes from Betsy, Ichabod and Abbie destroy the creature in its lair, during which they discover Pandora's tree just as the sixth blossom is blooming.
387"The Art of War"Hanelle CulpepperJoe WebbNovember 12, 2015 (2015-11-12)3AWL073.02[13]
Jenny realizes that she has actually absorbed the power of the Shard of Anubis while trying to keep it out of another hunter's hands. In retaliation, the hunter summons a trio of berserkers to search for her and drain her power. Although the creatures are Norse in origin, Crane realizes that they were summoned using Pandora's magic, protecting them from their traditional weakness, mistletoe. His plan to turn the berserkers against each other using Jenny's blood succeeds, but not before Jenny is compelled by the Shard to locate Pandora's tree. Another flower blooms as Pandora brings forth her master, an unnamed deity.
398"Novus Ordo Seclorum"Russell FineLeigh Dana JacksonNovember 19, 2015 (2015-11-19)3AWL082.80[14]
Ichabod identifies the deity summoned by Pandora as a Sumerian god known only as 'the Hidden One.' Having witnessed the Shard back when it was first created, he forges its pieces back together. Pandora reveals that she is not Greek, but a Sumerian sorceress who has spent centuries gathering magic to revive the Hidden One, who she refers to as her "husband." While Ichabod distracts them, Abbie drains the Shard's power into the new one, but, believing it to be the only way to save the world and her sister, she then takes the new Shard through Pandora's tree, into a portal leading to another dimension. The resulting energy release apparently destroys the tree, leaving Abbie's fate unclear.
409"One Life"Kate DennisAlbert KimFebruary 5, 2016 (2016-02-05)3AWL093.13[15]
While searching for Abbie, Ichabod accidentally summons a demon that feeds on desperation, and receives messages indicating that Abbie is still alive. With the help of FBI agent Sophie Foster, Ichabod prevents the demon from killing Reynolds, who is grieving Abbie's disappearance, and traps it in an enchanted mirror where it is subsequently destroyed.
4110"Incident At Stone Manor"Dwight LittleM. Raven MetznerFebruary 12, 2016 (2016-02-12)3AWL103.16[16]
By projecting his astral form into the mystical world, Ichabod reconnects with Abbie. Pandora then appears and expels Ichabod's spirit, offering to free Abbie in return for the Shard. Abbie refuses and destroys it, and uses a portal inside a well marked by Betsy to escape. Jenny, Joe, and Sophia investigate a murder that was committed by a gargoyle, which they imprison in concrete. Ichabod falls unconscious shortly thereafter, and wakes up to see Abbie by his side again.
4211"Kindred Spirits"Olatunde OsunsanmiHeather V. ReginaFebruary 19, 2016 (2016-02-19)3AWL113.09[17]
When the Kindred re-emerges and commits a series of murders, as well as abducting Ichabod's friend Zoe, he and Abbie learn that the creature has become resentful and seeks to make Zoe his bride. They locate the Kindress, a being created by Franklin to keep the Kindred calm, and bring her to life. The group rescues Zoe and watches as the Kindred and Kindress leave Sleepy Hollow forever. The Hidden One, who had earlier prompted the Kindred's rampage, uses his power to destroy both of them.
4312"Sins of the Father"Wendey StanzlerDamian KindlerFebruary 26, 2016 (2016-02-26)3AWL122.96[18]
An old friend of August Corbin's, Atticus Nevins, returns to Sleepy Hollow and reaches out to Abbie with claims he's being tracked by a demon from his past. After being imprisoned, he explains that he and Corbin served in the army during the First Gulf War, during which their squad came across a ghoul guarding a cave full of gold. Corbin's notes reveal that the ghoul was summoned for the sole purpose of punishing grave robbers, and that it can be controlled with a golden scarab. Nevins reveals that he has the scarab in his possession, and then orders the ghoul to kill Ichabod and Abbie so that he can steal the notes. Abbie destroys the scarab, causing the ghoul to vanish. Abbie meets with her father at a café, worried about the onset of her mother's insanity. Later, she opens her diary, which is filled with a mysterious symbol she encountered during her time in Pandora's dimension; she pledges allegiance to the symbol, saying, "You saved me. I'm yours."
4413"Dark Mirror"Sylvain WhiteSam Chalsen & Nelson GreavesMarch 4, 2016 (2016-03-04)3AWL132.96[19]
Ichabod and Abbie investigate a case involving the Jersey Devil, and learn that the person responsible was a man named Dr. Japeth Leeds, who used alchemy to mutate himself. When they uncover his lab, Abbie is drawn to the symbol, which is attached to a wax cylinder that they decide to play on the doctor's old phonograph. They watch a video recording that explains how the Hidden One was once the supreme ruler of humanity, until he was betrayed and cast down into the underworld to guard a box containing all of the evil in the world. Pandora, a servant of the other gods, betrays and destroys them before joining the Hidden One in his desire to restore himself to power. Ichabod and Abbie confront Dr. Leeds when they learn that he plans to help Pandora restore her husband using the sacred hourglass that maintains the balance of good and evil. Abbie destroys him with a lightning rod, but Pandora escapes with the magical sand needed to complete the hourglass.
4514"Into the Wild"Paul EdwardsAlbert KimMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)3AWL142.91[20]
During an FBI survival exercise in the woods, Abbie, Sophia and Reynolds race to save their guide who was attacked by a Dutch demon known as a Verslinder. While Reynolds goes to get help, Abbie and Sophie discover that the creature was imprisoned 400 years ago by settlers, having bonded itself to a man named Thomas. Meanwhile, Joe and Jenny encounter a fragment of the destroyed box at an auction and successfully bid for it. They later encounter Pandora who manages to steal the fragment during an ambush by a rival buyer. When Ichabod learns that Abbie's symbol has two parts, he places them against his tablet and has visions of Abbie in the woods. He then tracks down Abbie and Sophie, killing the Verslinder. Ichabod tells Abbie how he was able to find her, and they speculate that the symbol may not be evil as it reacted to the tablet, which can track Witnesses.
4615"Incommunicado"Russell FineShernold Edwards & Heather V. RegnierMarch 18, 2016 (2016-03-18)3AWL152.83[21]
Ichabod is confronted by The Hidden One at the archives and is saved by the symbol, which drains his magic. In the tunnels, Abbie encounters Pandora and learns that the symbol is known as the Emblem of Thura, and that it has the power to contain even the strongest gods power within a powerful barrier. With few other options, they agree to work together to destroy it. Meanwhile, Jenny, Joe, and Sophia investigate a case involving three men who were killed by a banshee. After learning that the banshee is irritated by loud noises, they lure it with an ambulance siren, but before they can kill it, Abbie sends Jenny a text saying they need it alive, and it escapes. That night, Joe tells Pandora and Abbie that he had to kill the banshee to save Jenny's life, and then offers himself in its place. Assuming his wendigo form, Pandora channels Joe's dark energy using the two fragments of the box and breaks through the barrier, freeing Ichabod and The Hidden One. Ichabod discovers the emblem has been destroyed, along with the tablet.
4716"Dawn's Early Light"Paul EdwardsLeigh Dana Jackson, Sam Chalsen & Nelson GreavesMarch 25, 2016 (2016-03-25)3AWL162.52[22]
The Hidden One reacts angrily to the news that Pandora knew that Abbie and Ichabod had the emblem in their possession and strips her of most of her power. Pandora turns against him and visits the Witnesses, offering to help them recreate her box and imprison the Hidden One within it. Although skeptical, Ichabod listens on as she tells him it can only be regenerated in the catacombs where it was first forged. While searching for a golden thread left by Betsy Ross in the first American flag, they accidentally summon the immortal guardian who protects it. Using a musical clue, they find the entrance at Fort McHenry. Pandora appears before the Hidden One in astral form and escapes with him. Ichabod and Abbie discover Betsy's flag hidden inside a statue of Orpheus, with Joe and Jenny arriving to defeat the guardian. The dawn's early light reacts with the flag, revealing a path left by Washington leading to the catacombs.
4817"Delaware"Marc RoskinDamian KindlerApril 1, 2016 (2016-04-01)3AWL172.62[23]
Ichabod and Abbie travel to Pennsylvania and take a boat along the Delaware River, transporting themselves to the River Styx using the flag. Meanwhile Pandora, Reynolds, Jenny, and Joe along with Sophia travel to a remote mountain where the Hidden One plans to use the hourglass to regain his full power. To slow him down, they work to sabotage the ley lines surrounding the mountain. Along the way, Ichabod and Abbie discover the remains of a expedition led by Washington and Betsy to secure a portal to the catacombs, which they enter. Inside, they find Betsy, who has been effectively frozen in time. The Hidden One uses his power to turn Joe back into a wendigo, and Jenny is forced to kill him. Having regained all of his power, the Hidden One prepares to destroy the world so he can remake it in his image.
4918"Ragnarok"Russell FineM. Raven MetznerApril 8, 2016 (2016-04-08)3AWL182.96[24]
In the antechamber of the temple, Ichabod restores the box, but soon realizes that the soul of a Witness is needed to use its power. Betsy is able to return to her own time while Abbie, who feels the effects of the box, joins Ichabod and Jenny in confronting the Hidden One. Ichabod returns the box to Pandora who uses it to absorb the Hidden One's power, but without a soul, the box is useless. Abbie sacrifices herself, while Ichabod and Jenny watch helplessly. As the Hidden One is now mortal, Jenny kills him. Ichabod revives the Horseman, and allows him to take his revenge on Pandora. A dying Pandora reveals that Abbie cannot be resurrected, and Ichabod has a heartfelt goodbye with her before she moves on to the afterlife. At Abbie's grave, Ichabod learns about a secret order founded by Washington from Jenny's father. Ichabod vows to find the next Witness after learning that Abbie's soul will soon be revived in another's body. He then leaves for Washington D.C., assisted by members of the order.

Production[edit]

Casting[edit]

On July 15, 2015 it was announced that Nikki Reed had joined the cast in a series regular role as Betsy Ross, an old flame of Ichabod.[25] Also joining the cast is Shannyn Sossamon who is set to play Pandora, a mysterious new presence in Sleepy Hollow who seeks the assistance of Ichabod and Abbie.[26] Jessica Camacho who plays the role of Sophia Foster, was also upgraded to series regular this season.[27]

It was also announced that Orlando Jones would not be reprising his role this season,[28] and that Neil Jackson would not be appearing as the Headless Horseman this season, due to the creative changes made to the show by the new showrunner.[29]

Filming[edit]

Production was moved from Wilmington, North Carolina when the state scrapped the tax credits incentive, to Atlanta, Georgia where it was reported that the show will receive 30% tax credits.[30]

Crossover with Bones[edit]

A crossover event with Bones aired on October 29, 2015. It consists of two parts, with characters from both shows appearing in both episodes.[31] The two episodes are linked by the use of the corpse of General William Howe, the British commander during the American Revolution; his skull is revealed to have essentially served as the murder weapon in Bones and he is reanimated by Pandora to serve as a weapon against Crane in Sleepy Hollow.

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

No. in
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No. in
season
Title Original air date Time slot
(EST)
U.S.
Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR
viewers
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DVR
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Total
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(millions)
32 1 "I, Witness" October 1, 2015 Thursday
9:00 p.m.
1.0/3[7] 3.46[7] 0.8 2.22 1.8 5.68[32]
33 2 "Whispers in the Dark" October 8, 2015 1.0/3[8] 3.27[8] 0.7 2.01 1.7 5.28[33]
34 3 "Blood and Fear" October 15, 2015 0.8/3[9] 2.97[9] 0.7 1.96 1.5 4.93[34]
35 4 "The Sisters Mills" October 22, 2015 0.8/3[10] 2.89[10] 0.7 2.04 1.5 4.93[35]
36 5 "Dead Men Tell No Tales" October 29, 2015 1.1/3[11] 4.57[11] 0.8 2.46 1.9 7.03[36]
37 6 "This Red Lady from Caribee" November 5, 2015 0.9/3[12] 3.04[12] 0.7 1.87 1.6 4.91[37]
38 7 "The Art of War" November 12, 2015 0.9/3[13] 3.02[13] 0.7 1.75 1.6 4.76[38]
39 8 "Novus Ordo Seclorum" November 19, 2015 0.8/2[14] 2.80[14] 0.6 1.75 1.4 4.55[39]
40 9 "One Life" February 5, 2016 Friday
8:00 p.m.
0.9/3[15] 3.13[15] 0.6 1.79 1.5 4.91[40]
41 10 "Incident At Stone Manor" February 12, 2016 0.8/3[16] 3.16[16] 0.6 1.70 1.4 4.86[41]
42 11 "Kindred Spirits" February 19, 2016 0.7/3[17] 3.09[17] 0.6 1.58 1.3 4.67[42]
43 12 "Sins of the Father" February 26, 2016 0.8/3[18] 2.96[18] N/A 1.53 N/A 4.49[43]
44 13 "Dark Mirror" March 4, 2016 0.7/3[19] 2.96[19] 0.6 1.66 1.3 4.62[44]
45 14 "Into the Wild" March 11, 2016 0.8/3[20] 2.91[20] 0.5 1.44 1.3 4.35[45]
46 15 "Incommunicado" March 18, 2016 0.8/3[21] 2.83[21] 0.5 1.44 1.3 4.27[46]
47 16 "Dawn's Early Light" March 25, 2016 0.7/3[22] 2.52[22] 0.5 1.53 1.2 4.05[47]
48 17 "Delaware" April 1, 2016 0.6/3[23] 2.62[23] 0.6 1.53 1.2 4.15[48]
49 18 "Ragnarok" April 8, 2016 0.7/3[24] 2.96[24] N/A N/A N/A N/A

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