“Awakening,” the first in the two-part season finale of Sleepy Hollow, truly is an awakening on many fronts. Of course, it’s an awakening to Katrina’s evilness, something I’ll be discussing in even more depth in an upcoming post, but it’s also an awakening to the plagues of this season and literally rebooting the show, even having a person out of time.
I’ve been seeing some worry about Sleepy Hollow, especially since the ratings ticked down to the lowest they’ve ever been.
The fear can be summed up in this tweet by Shadow and Act:
Last night’s “Sleepy Hollow” episode fell 14% from previous week to series low – double what it fell week before. Headed for cancellation?
— Shadow And Act (@shadowandact) February 10, 2015