Sleepy Hollow was really, really good, until it wasn't. Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie are amazing actors, and they play their roles extremely well; the nuance in Ichabod and Abbie's characters and in their relationship is so well-communicated to the audience that you've really got no choice but to root for their successes, even if you don't agree with how they go about it. The cast was great, they really made the stories line become real. Such a unique way of showing a well-known history. I had never seen either Tom Mison or Nicole Beharie before, but both were amazing as Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills respectively. I like the modern reboot of this classic story. I like the way they have taken the era in which the original Washington Irving story takes place, which gives a nod to the man and story itself and skillfully brings it into the modern day. The production has high values, looks very cinematic, with good visuals and fast, interesting editing. It was deliciously dark, grim and even somewhat gritty, but with some nice aesthetics. Its witty, funny, fast paced and the action scenes are quite impressive. You really see the fight, Good vs. Evil, to become more intimate. More personal. You now see clearly aspects of this, eternal fight, that other movies and series want to avoid. The main cast had good chemistry, not in the romantic/sexual way, but more like the start of an interesting friendship. The chemistry between the two main leads was electric and the main reason for watching. The show suffered in later seasons due to terrible cast changes. Not surprising it was soon cancelled after the changes.