Following a 250-year slumber, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) devotes his life and knowledge of the supernatural to defeating the demonic forces that plague present-day 'Sleepy Hollow'. But after the climactic events of Season Three - and the death of his partner and fellow Witness, Abbie Mills - Crane's world is turned upside down. He is then led out of town by a mysterious group promising to put him in charge of an evil-fighting organisation created hundreds of years ago by none other than George Washington. Crane now finds himself in an all-new city working with all-new allies as he embarks on his most important mission yet: save Washington, D.C., from otherworldly threats that promise harm, not only to the United States and its people, but to the soul of democracy itself.
Sad to see it cancelled but I think it was time.
- Sleepy Hollow: Series 4 review by KC
Sad to see Sleepy Hollow go out on a slightly bum note as the reboot fails to win back the viewers, too many plot holes though Tom Mison is charming as ever but they relied on rehashing to many Old Themes and Ichabod's son was always a dull character who should have been left in the grave.