A drama that underwent its share of changes in its latest season will get another chance to find its comfort zone. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that Fox picked up “Sleepy Hollow” for a third season.
The news comes after the show saw its ratings dip during season two, and after showrunner Mark Goffman exited, the report notes. Fox reportedly brings aboard Clifton Campbell (“The Glades”) to fill the spot for season three.
“The renewal comes as ‘Sleepy Hollow’ underwent a bit of a creative reinvention in the back-half of its already completed second season. New network toppers Dana Walden and Gary Newman wanted the series to take on a more episodic nature versus its complex serialized storytelling,” THR reports.
Production is expected to relocate from North Carolina to production-friendly Atlanta for season three, part of an effort to keep costs in line.